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Stuck at boot Asus D550CA Maverick 10.9.0

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I can only boot in safe boot to get into the os. Without the -x flag i get stuck here;

Also my Ethernet is not working and i dont know what adapter it have.

 

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Do you have double Boot with Windows?

 

Boot into Windows, and open CMD with Administrative privileges and use following commands one by one on each drive except OSX :-

 

chkdsk /f /r

 

and properly shutdown your windows everytime you boot into Windows.

 

If you dont have Windows (replaced with OSX) then you may have to use a LIVE XP CD for the above purpose.

 

If you dont have LIVE CD at hand then download tuxera trial (15 days), install it in -x mode. Then reboot and cross your fingers.

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I only have one hard drive in my laptop. Do you mean on each partition? if so how do i do that?

 

update i ran chkdsk on the partition i could, here's the result

 

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Now it seems only disk 4 (which is named OS) is having problems. its the main OS on my laptop running windows 8.1

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I am really not getting your language. However what I got is :

 

You have dual boot with OSX and Win 8.1

 

And now mounting error has resolved as per pic.

 

But if you are yet not able to boot into OSX then :-

 

Boot into Windows and run chkdsk /f on each NTFS pertition that is throwing error for OSX.

 

ALWAYS PROPERLY SHUTDOWN YOUR WINDOWS WHICH MEANS SELECTING SHUTDOWN FROM WINDOWS POWER OPTION.

 

When you have done it, boot into OSX using :-

 

-v -f UseKernelCache=No

 

It should resolve any problem. Then install tuxera if you want "write" access.

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Did you install tuxera in safe mode?

 

Its not any more HDD problem but AppleIntel**.kext

 

Its a risk but if you dont get any better solution then boot using -x -v -f

and delete all kext from SystemLibraryExtension which starts with AppleIntel*.kext

 

Before doing so always make a TimeMacheBackup

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Internet is not working in OSX on my laptop. I'll try deleting the kexts and see what happens.

 

Update, deleting all kext starting with AppleIntel**.kext fix my booting issue. So now what?

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Now what means? Your Hackintosh is working as normal?

If yes then enjoy if not then tell prob.

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I can boot now but there is lots more to do.

 

Ethernet adapter is not detected

MousePad is not detected

Sounds working but webcam mic is always on

Graphics says 64MB but no kext loaded

 

What boot-loader should i use? 

Thanks for all your help

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