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Boot Yosemite normally without -v -f

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I have successfully installed and fully upgraded Mac OS X Yosemite to 10.10.2 in my setup. The only problem is that is doesn't normally complete the boot process, but I have to use the boot tags


kernel -v -f




kernel -v -x


What can I send you to help me fix that? Some king of log? Please give details of how to do it as I am not very good at Mac OS.


My setup:


Custom-built PC with Asus P8H61 (Intel H61 chipset, 1156 socket), Intel Core-i3 3220 3.3GHz, 8GB DDR3-1600 RAM, nVidia Geforce GT 620.


Thank you in advance. 

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Is a problem for you use -v -f -x?


You can add this boot arguments in your .plist - If you use Clover put in "SystemParameters" section:


If use Chameleon:

<key>Kernel Flags</key>
<string>-v -f -x kext-dev-mode=1</string>
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-x is safe mode ..


so many things like graphics don't be loaded


- v = verbose boot .. no problem ..


-f = is to ignore caches and load all kext from s/l/e


slow boot .. without caches ..


only problem is -x


type in terminal 


bdmesg .. and post in pastebin.com the output... only post the link to see it


good hack

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