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Help Troubleshooting Install on 9 series board

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I successfully ran your 10.9.2 install image in safe mode on this build:


Gigabyte Z97N-Wifi

Intel 4670K / HD4600 GFX (No Discrete GFX Card)


I successfully upgraded to 10.9.4, after applying a powermanagement

patch specific to this processor, and creating an SSDT using Chameleon

Wizard... (Based on Mac Pro 14,2) System was running stable with no bootflags necessary.


After an accidental upgrade to 10.9.5, I can no longer boot into the system

with safe mode, verbose mode, cache ignored, etc. 


I am trying to run a 10.9.5 installer, but I get several kernel panics with different flags,

most often:


BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kextd


Also BluetoothHCIControllerTransport message, or DRM Status, etc.


I've gone into this installer image and replaced its mach_kernel with yours for haswell

processors, still to no avail...


Am I missing something? I have never been able to boot in clover, but chameleon is

providing me with these errors.


Thanks for your time :)

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OK - Bios update allowed boot with no flags! However, after patching IntelAzulFramebuffer.kext with one that would "supposedly" work, I can't boot... any help with that?

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Hello, im trying to install Niresh Mavericks in that motherboard  Z97N-WIFI.   I can install but when reboot, apple 2 seconds and after gray screen.

Can you tell me Bios (i updated) changes in configuration??. Or some help or guide just with that Motherboard?.


Thank you very much

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