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HP Compaq NX6325 boot fail

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Hello there so I boot up from my Niresh Mavericks USB Stick on my HP NX6325. I booted the AMD64 kernel and i'm getting a kernel panic
 i hope this is enough information

 

Kernel Extensions in backtrace:

org.tgwbd.driver.ElliottForceLegacyRTC(1.0)

dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOACPIFAMILY(1.4)

i hope thats enough. is there a fix for that?

single user mode doesn't work i tried it

 

specs: ram: 2,5 gb

           processor: AMD Mobile Sempron 3500+

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you have wrong kext selected while installing ,,,just install it with default selection 

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it doesn't even boot i mean thats the error message when i try booting from usb

this image should help a bit

 

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why don't you trying to installl it by default settings come with Niresh distro's  then report back if you get any errors 

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i've tried everything but nothing works and by default settings you mean config=Default?

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means kext selection don't select any other kext 

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can you please explain it to me a bit im very new to this oh and i mean i can't get to the installer (starting from usb) part because it halts after that pci configuration process

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boot with -v GraphicsEnabler=Yes / No

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that didn't work too and ATI Xpress 1150 is unsupported yes?

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the laptop has no battery i would have to buy one could that be the problem? that it can't run without a battery?

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There is power source bug but not for all. And as Deepak advised. Why do you goto option when installing? Just let it go as it is without going here and there.

If yet you want step by step then :-

1. Create Mavericks USB

2. Change BIOS settings

3. Boot using USB and select it on boot screen. (use -x -v flag)

4. Let it come to installation screen and format the drive where you want to install (use utility menu)

5 Now, DONT TOUCH OPTION MENU. Just let it install.

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the kernel panic happens when i want to boot my Mavericks usb stick so i can't even install it and would my Broadcom 4311AG work?

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post image of kernel panic ???

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scroll up i posted it already

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delete kext ElltioForceLegacyRTC.kext

try with single user

-s

mount -uw /
rm -rf /system/library/extensions/ElltioForceLegacyRTC.kext
exit

if you can not get in single user, use the installation dvd(terminal) 

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ElltioForceLegacyRTC isn't present

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Just to be sure, virtual technology in BIOS is off? its VT-d/i (may be something matching).

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the bios has no option for it but it's disabled by default

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Use flag -x -UseKernelCache=No -v PCIRootUID=0

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the same kernel panic

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