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Hello everybody.

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I have this problem to solve and i dont know how.

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Saturday, i have shutdown my hackintosh as usually to sleep. On monday, when I start the system, I got this message: "Still waiting for root device"

I´m realy dont know what to do.

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I tried -x, -f, -s, cpus=1, fd=disk0s2 (0)(1)(3),.

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The first thing I thought was, i lost my HDD!.. but it recognizes on windows normally.

I have an external hdd with OsX 10.8.5 and works fine. BUT dont recognizes the internal HDD on disk utility.

I also tried to install again the OsX 10.9.2 on the internal HDD, and for my surprise, the HDD dont recognizes on disk utility too.

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Anyone could help me without loses my data?

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Thanks for now.

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Try to change your Sata port.Maybe be you deleted some kext.

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3rd_party_sata & IObackstroge or AHCIportinjector kext might help.

Boot into your 10.8.5 install kext & rebuild cache

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Good luck

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Try to change your Sata port.Maybe be you deleted some kext.

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3rd_party_sata & IObackstroge or AHCIportinjector kext might help.

Boot into your 10.8.5 install kext & rebuild cache

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Good luck

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Thats the problem...

im new on mac, i dont know how to do it.

im already change the sata port and nothing...

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internal HDD = osx 10.9.2

external HDD = osx 10.8.5

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if I boot the external HDD, it work fine, but inside de osx i cannot see the internal hdd with the osx10.9.2....

the internal hdd is plugged !

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Make your internal hdd as external , then copy kext into s/l/e or check you bios setting then reset it..or copy the kext into you installer USB then boot from it

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