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Crash during install 10.7.2

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So Ive been recently trying to get my system up to lion from snow. Everythign seems to work rather well until I hit the 10.7.2 update. I am not really good at debugging but I included a snap shot when I boot with -v -f. Of course, under normal boot will just get stuck in a reset loop. Any help would be great. (Link to pic) http://www.dasosluko...12/02/photo.jpg

PS) Im using an EP45-DS3R board with a custom DSDT and cham. All vinnal except for AppleHDA roll back and realtek Ethernet.

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Anyone?

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So Ive been recently trying to get my system up to lion from snow. Everythign seems to work rather well until I hit the 10.7.2 update. I am not really good at debugging but I included a snap shot when I boot with -v -f. Of course, under normal boot will just get stuck in a reset loop. Any help would be great. (Link to pic) http://www.dasosluko...12/02/photo.jpg

PS) Im using an EP45-DS3R board with a custom DSDT and cham. All vinnal except for AppleHDA roll back and realtek Ethernet.


Boot in Single User Mode ( -s ) and when you reach the "root#" prompt, run the commands below...

fsck -fy

mount -uw /

chown -R root:wheel /System/Library/Extensions/*

chmod -R 755 /System/Library/Extensions/*

reboot

Try to boot again with -f -v ...

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Asus P8Z77-V LK Firmware 1001 / Core i5-2300 Sandy Bridge / Geekbench


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Great Ill give that a try tonight. Thanks!





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