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Stuck on boot log - what's wrong?

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Hello, @all.

 

Now I have HackOSX 10.8.4 on my PC.

AMD FX-8150 / ASRock 880GMH/U3S3 / 12GB RAM / 2TB SATA3 SSHD / ATI Radeon HD7770 / MacOS 10.8.4 / Clover UEFI r2939

And today I think - "it's time to upgrade!"

 

So now, I was:

1. Downloaded original Install DMG of 10.9.4 (13E28)

2. Downloaded latest kernel (by deekay)

3. Built USB stick with BaseSystem.dmg, copied "Packages", replaced mach_kernel and kexts from archive.

4. Placed FakeSMC and NullCPUPowerManagement into /S/L/E/

5. Rebooted, selected USB in Clover, and... nothing. After boot log, my current 10.8.4 starts showing GUI, but 10.9.4 freezes and does nothing (not lags - I was wait for 10+ minutes)

 

So, what I tried after (and it's not helps):

 

1. Replaced SMBios data in clover to newer MacPro5.1 (it was MacPro3.1)

2. Boot flags (arch=x86_64, GraphicsEnabler=Yes/No, -x, and in combinations)

 

My clover is r2939 (boots directly from UEFI), and config you may see on Pastebin.

 

Any ideas?

 

UPD: video of bootup process

Edited by DJ PhoeniX

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