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[msi z77a g43] [i5 3570k] intel cpu power management freeze after patched bios

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Hi guys hackintosh newcomer here my specs are as follows:

Cpu - i5 3570k 3.4 ghz

Motherboard - msi z77a g43

SSD - micron MTFDDAK128MAM-1J1 128gb SSD

Graphics - intel hd 4000

Motherboard chipset - intel z77 chipset

Audio - Realtek alc892

Not sure about LAN/Ethernet

I've just finished putting together my first hackintosh build, everything was going well I had no trouble booting and installing mavericks usb, the problems start after install is complete and I boot up for the first time it freezes, I set -v and it seems intel cpu power management is the problem, I didn't flash my bios initially because some guides had said it wasn't necessary, after running into the problem I found my bios on samisnakes bios page and flashed it. It went fine although I am now on 2.8 instead of 2.12 (newest version is 2.13) I also tried downloading 2.13 from the msi page but I have no idea how to use eufi patch unfortunately upon reinstall I had the same problem even with flashed bios so I checked the kext install/customisation screen I couldn't find the apple cpu power management kext although it seemed like null cpu had already been enabled, I disabled it and set graphics enabler to no but -v still showed the same results on boot, am I missing the apple cpu power kext in the menus ? If not how can I install it if I cannot boot up and start multibeast ? It seems strange I would still be having a problem with patched bios and null cpu on by default ? Any help would be greatly appreciated . Thanks in advance guys

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