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Help! Boot error - stuck at Reset IOSettings

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@Lam Calvin try GeneratePStates=Yes

use hp kernel

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@ do I need to reinstall it? Or just boot it with those codes? (Sorry for my English as I am from Hong Kong)

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@Lam Calvin try the bootflag first then reinstall

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@ sorry for asking again. I am at the apple loading screen for almost 30minutes. I can hear sound during loading. Will it boot into osx? Is that normal?

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@Lam Calvin it wont boot reinstall with Backup Graphics Extensions Package Selected

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@ it cannot boot

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@Lam Calvin what after reinstallation ?

can you explain me more and attach a verbose picture?

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@ yes after reinstallation

I use boot flags

KernelCache/=hp GenratePStates=Yes GraphicsEnabler=Yes -x -v

It cannot boot and stop here

https://www.dropbox.com/s/h1d9vq8wtzxuzlf/2014-04-25%2012.45.37.jpg

After around 5minutes, it became like:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/gzf01s5gbo66p27/2014-04-25%2012.49.18.jpg

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hi its not kernelcache=/hp

its simply hp if you are using mavericks or mountain lion 

also have you selected backup graphics extensions option in the customize section ?

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@ yes I have ok I will try that again

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@ it said cannot find /hp

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@Lam Calvin "hp" without the quotation marks, are you using "/hp" 

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@ I am using hp

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@Lam Calvin try using hp -x 

 

or 

just "-x" with nothing else. 

 

i done it on my hp laptop and used only "-x" and it worked.

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@ it doesn't work. It stuck at Reset IOSettings

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I'm all outa ideas man, Fairly new to this myself. Hopefully @ Can guide you in the right direction.

Best of luck! xsmile.png.pagespeed.ic.5Yux4gu5_h.png

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@ btw thanks for your help:D

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No worries :-)

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@ sorry my computer model should be s5000 series

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