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Kernel Panic when booting Niresh Mavericks on HP Notebook

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I've been trying to setup Niresh Mavericks on my HP 15-r17ca notebook. The setup works fine with the flags "xpcm-free", and "cpus=1" but on start up I get a kernel panic (picture below). Just wondering if anyone knows what I can do to fix this problem.

 

Update: Booting in safe mode works. In verbose mode it keeps repeating that AppleSmartBatteryManager failed.

 

Update 2: I reinstalled without checking enable battery percentage and now it doesn't panic. It does get stuck at something about Bluetooth though. (Image 2)

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The battery problem is caused by the battery kext that Niresh installs. Do yourself a favour. Niresh is {censored}, don't use it. Try a vanilla install. You won't have battery problems. Anyway, the bluetooth error is caused not by bluetooth surprisingly, but is caused instead by an incompatible Graphics Processor. Bluetooth transfer errors occur when the OS cannot load the UI. Please post your specs. After we fix this issue I recommend you use this PC to create a vanilla installation USB of OS X.

 

To do a Vanilla install, see the thread here.

 

Good luck,

 

 

- Matt

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