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Yosemite does not boot up

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I have installed Yosemite on my AMD machine. Everything worked fine with Mavericks up to 10.9.2. Then it started not booting up. All I got was a grey screen and spinning wheel. I could only boot without graphics kexts or on safe mode. On safe mode, the graphics card is recognized and I saw that people say that the R9 280x is supported in Yosemite OOB. So I tried reading the log file from when it got stuck on boot. This is what came up :

Jan 31 10:24:04 Williams-Mac-Pro.local nsurlstoraged[188]: ERROR: unable to determine file-system usage for FS-backed cache at /var/root/Library/Caches/$(CFBundleIdentifier)/fsCachedData. Errno=13Jan 31 10:24:04 Williams-Mac-Pro.local AppleIDAuthAgent[169]: AOSKit ERROR: Config request failed, url=https://setup.icloud.com/configurations/init, requestHeaders=????????? {????????? ??? "Accept-Language" = "en-us";????????? ??? "X-Mme-Client-Info" = "<MacPro5,1> <Mac OS X;10.10.1;14B25> <com.apple.AOSKit/215>";????????? ??? "X-Mme-Country" = GR;????????? ??? "X-Mme-Device-Id" = "AC373F4F-B6E9-5E01-B07E-59A399A18B8A";????????? ??? "X-Mme-Nac-Version" = 11A457;????????? ??? "X-Mme-Setup-FCE048DE-F34F-4FAF-A6DD-6C8AC9DF0C54" = true;????????? ??? "X-Mme-Timezone" = PST;????????? },????????? error=Error Domain=kCFErrorDomainCFNetwork Code=-1009 "The Internet connection appears to be offline." UserInfo=0x7f96e063e2b0 {NSErrorFailingURLStringKey=https://setup.icloud.com/configurations/init, NSErrorFailingURLKey=https://setup.icloud.com/configurations/init, _kCFStreamErrorCodeKey=8, _kCFStreamErrorDomainKey=12, NSLocalizedDescription=The Internet connection appears to be offline.}, httpStatusCode=-1, responseHeaders=????????? (null)Jan 31 10:24:04 Williams-Mac-Pro.local AppleIDAuthAgent[169]: AppleIdAuth URL Error: Error Domain=AOSErrorDomain Code=1000 "The operation couldn’t be completed. (AOSErrorDomain error 1000.)"Jan 31 10:24:04 Williams-Mac-Pro.local apsd[52]: Got connection error Error Domain=NSURLErrorDomain Code=-1009 "The Internet connection appears to be offline." UserInfo=0x7fa530416c80 {NSUnderlyingError=0x7fa53210d130 "The Internet connection appears to be offline.", NSErrorFailingURLStringKey=https://albert.apple.com/deviceservices/deviceActivation?device=MacOS, NSErrorFailingURLKey=https://albert.apple.com/deviceservices/deviceActivation?device=MacOS, _kCFStreamErrorDomainKey=12, _kCFStreamErrorCodeKey=8, NSLocalizedDescription=The Internet connection appears to be offline.}Jan 31 10:24:04 Williams-Mac-Pro.local apsd[52]: <APSCertificateManager: 0x7fa532307100>: Failed to get client cert on attempt 2, will retry in 15 secondsJan 31 10:24:15 Williams-Mac-Pro kernel[0]: **** [IOBluetoothHCIController][SearchForTransportEventTimeOutHandler] -- Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport! Jan 31 10:24:17 Williams-Mac-Pro.local _nsurlsessiond[194]: /usr/libexec/ntpd-wrapper: scutil key State:/Network/Global/DNS not present after 30 secondsJan 31 10:24:18 Williams-Mac-Pro.local _nsurlsessiond[197]: Unable to resolve hostname(s)Jan 31 10:24:19 Williams-Mac-Pro.local apsd[52]: Got connection error Error Domain=NSURLErrorDomain Code=-1009 "The Internet connection appears to be offline." UserInfo=0x7fa53200cae0 {NSUnderlyingError=0x7fa53054fb40 "The Internet connection appears to be offline.", NSErrorFailingURLStringKey=https://albert.apple.com/deviceservices/deviceActivation?device=MacOS, NSErrorFailingURLKey=https://albert.apple.com/deviceservices/deviceActivation?device=MacOS, _kCFStreamErrorDomainKey=12, _kCFStreamErrorCodeKey=8, NSLocalizedDescription=The Internet connection appears to be offline.}Jan 31 10:24:19 Williams-Mac-Pro.local apsd[52]: <APSCertificateManager: 0x7fa532307100>: Failed to get client cert on attempt 3, will retry in 30 seconds

This was the last message logged. What is this APSCertificateManager??? Or is it the fs error on the first line? I will try a different kernel from Bronya and see if it works.

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