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  • fengchen_macos changed the title to error loading kernel cache (0x3) , boot failed after macos10.13.6 update, opencore 0.7.2

If you want to rebuild the cache, you may boot in single user mode (-s), log in and mount the partition as stated on screen, then run that kextcache -i / command. The cache will then properly rebuild.

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On 8/12/2021 at 4:13 AM, fengchen_macos said:

in the recovery mode, it is not work blow:



kextcache -i /

 

In recovery mode this command should look like this:

kextcache -i /Volumes/your_volume_name

Edit:

IMPORTANT: If your disk/partition name contain space don’t forget about “\”. For example you named disk/partition with installed OSX: High Sierra, command should look like this:

kextcache -i /Volumes/High\ Sierra

 

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On 8/12/2021 at 2:21 PM, Hervé said:

If you want to rebuild the cache, you may boot in single user mode (-s), log in and mount the partition as stated on screen, then run that kextcache -i / command. The cache will then properly rebuild.

ths

The boot-args parameters -f and -s of opencore don't seem to work

 the error remained after restarting

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12 minutes ago, fengchen_macos said:

THX.

The command ran successfully, but the error remained after restarting

 

How exactly did you name your disk/partition with installed OSX?

EDIT: Remove -f boot-arg and -s if you're going to rebuild cache via recovery.

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31 minutes ago, fengchen_macos said:

MACOS_DISK

Deleted the parameters also does not work properly

 

Boot into recovery and run via terminal:

mount -uw /Volumes/MACOS_DISK
chown -R 0:0 /Volumes/MACOS_DISK/System/Library/Extensions
chmod -R 755 /Volumes/MACOS_DISK/System/Library/Extensions
kextcache -i /Volumes/MACOS_DISK
reboot

EDIT:What kind of update/upgrade was it, because you didn't mention...

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1 hour ago, hardcorehenry said:

 

Boot into recovery and run via terminal:


mount -uw /Volumes/MACOS_DISK
chown -R 0:0 /Volumes/MACOS_DISK/System/Library/Extensions
chmod -R 755 /Volumes/MACOS_DISK/System/Library/Extensions
kextcache -i /Volumes/MACOS_DISK
reboot

EDIT:What kind of update/upgrade was it, because you didn't mention...

Thank you for your help

Security update

 

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The command execution result is the same as the above command,

but it also fails to boot

 

 

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Damm even I am having a similar kind of issue, I have searched all over the internet and even have posted on number of threads on different forum, no solution seems to work. I am really frustrated, can anyone of you here help me resolve this issue, I am very much tired now.
 

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Just now, ranjit aujla said:

Damm even I am having a similar kind of issue, I have searched all over the internet and even have posted on number of threads on different forum, no solution seems to work. I am really frustrated, can anyone of you here help me resolve this issue, I am very much tired now.
 

Hi and welcome to InsanelyMac 😃

 

Please do this:

 

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On 8/12/2021 at 7:13 AM, fengchen_macos said:

in the recovery mode, it is not work blow:


kextcache -i /

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It is not only kernelcache problem. It can be memory fix issue. What driver did you use: OsxAptioFix3Drv.efi or AptioMemoryFix.efi or OpenRuntime.efi? Something else?

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