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MacPwn Yosemite Boot Error - **** [IOBluetoothHCIController][SearchForTransportEventTimeOutHandler] -- Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport!

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I'm having an error that I've literally tried hundreds of methods for.


What happens is, I press F8 on computer start, choose my USB, it opens up clover and I choose OS X Yosemite, yet I choose to use verbose (-v). 


It displays the error in the title, and the errors you can see in the images.


I've tried moving/deleting all of the graphics kexts, using multiple boot arguments, but what ever I do, nothing changes.


My monitor is plugged in to my graphics card via HDMI.


Please can someone give me an explanation?


Computer Specifications:


- CPU ( Intel Core i5 4670k Haswell 3,2 Ghz )
- Graphic Card ( AMD Radeon R9 290 )
- MotherBoard Chipset (Asus H81I-Plus )




IMG 1: http://imgur.com/4SzzRid

IMG 2: http://imgur.com/YICZmHD

IMG 3: http://imgur.com/DexWbU8



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Hi, I've been having very similar problem. Think that the bluetooth thing is misleading. I've researched all over and the one thing that's got me further is to put FakeSMC.kext into EFICloverKexts10.10 and boot with "withkexts" config.

It got past that and into the installer screen. Still 5 minutes remaining...

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Just an update. After the 5 minutes mentioned above, the hackintosh restarted and ran through a completing installation routine for another 8 or 9 minutes then allowed me to set up - that was minimal though because I install over Mavericks 10.9.5. Had to fix sound with kext. Sleep to fix next. iMessage isnt working but I will have to call Apple support on that with the customer code.

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