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Kernel panic after boot, AMD

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I have successfully installed mavericks but when it boots and i am setting up the account i get this kernel panic.

At first it was freezing so i booted verbose and this is what it said.

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Im sure this is simple as it talks about intel cpu power management. What do i need to do to fix it?

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The distro i used was the N{censored} mavericks one with the amdfx kernel.

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EDIT: I did install the null cpu power management kext during instalation (it was checked to install anyhow)

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PC spec:

AMD FX-6300

ASUS M5A97 LE R2.0

8GB Gskill Ripjaws

XFX Nvidia GTX260

160GB Western Digital Scorpio Blue

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the only bootflags i used for install was amdfx to choose the kernel.

when it starts up i dont type any boot flags except -v to see what the error was.

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sorry for being a total noob but how do install nullcpu?

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thank you!

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EDIT: okay so i have now booted into mavericks and it hasn't crashed.

? ? ? ? ? it says I'm in safe mode and i used the boot flags -v -f -x to boot it.

? ? ? i don't know what i need to do now though.

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also safari has loads of graphical glitches on moving objects, i don't know if thats important or just because I'm in safe mode.

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EDIT2: i used multi beast to install nullcpu and now it seems to be working except graphics drivers.

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