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goobyjr9

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Booting into verbose leaves be at what the attached image shows

Using cpus=1 GraphicsEnabler=No or just graphicsenabler=no goes to the apple logo then tells me to reboot

PCIRootUID=0/1 tells me an error with my Nvidia graphics(630m)

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Edited by goobyjr9

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Ok so it sees it as a macbook pro 8,1. This model doesn't have the same CPU. If you use chameleon wizard and make a smbios for 9,1 and put this in /Extra (you might need to make this folder) this should be updated to 9,1 after reboot. With a DSDT and this smbios I think allot will start to work better.

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You can make a smbios with chameleon wizard. You will need to edit it and then select a pre made smbios 9,1. This will not solve the Ghz we will need a dsdt for this. You can get chameleon wizard here: Chameleon Wizard - Utility for Chameleon. - Chameleon - InsanelyMac Forum

Edit: Sorry forgot to say you need to save the smbios you made in the folder /Extra. If you dont have this folder make it. If this doesnt work just say so and I'll figure something else out.

Edited by david105396

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So I don't recommend installing the update because I can't get it to boot now post combo update, with any combination of flags. If you get rid of the cpus=1 flag it kernel panics and if you get rid of GraphicsEnabler=No it gets stuck on the nvidia graphics.

With all the flags I used previously it gets stuck on USBMSC Identifier (non-unique):....

Still waiting for root device

Still waiting for root device

I had to switch hard drives. Maybe this one has bad sectors. It doesn't click though, and the drive booted pre update.

Edited by montag

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