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Niresh Mavericks not booting after App Store update to 10.9.5

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Hello,

 

I just updated me Niresh's 10.9.0 directly to 10.9.5. Since then it will not boot. I tried to use -v the first time to see if it will boot but I cannot see the last thing loaded since my screen goes black and my PC restarts. I then tried to boot on -x with -v but same thing. I decided to do a last try and use -s but I cannot even get to the part that I can use commands. I am, or was, using the Chameleon 2.2 bootloader. Please help me, I am desperate. After every try, my computer restarts. I do not want to reinstall MAC since I have my video projects on it and I do not want to lost them since I cannot read the drive on Windows 8.1 since it is unrecognized format(MAC extended or something like that)

 

 

SYSTEM SPECS

4th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-4790 processor(4 physical and 4 logical cores)

12GB Dual Channel DDR3 1600MHz - 4 DIMMs

1TB Drive and a SSD for WINDOWS ONLY

150GB Drive for NIRESH ONLY

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 745(OEM) 4GB DDR3

Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 + Bluetooth 4.0 and Dell Wireless-DW 1703 + Bluetooth 4.0

Realtek RTL8111 kext for Ethernet to work

ALC898 kext for Audio to work

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Nobody can help me?

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its due to wrong kernel which you are using..Try this kernel

 

http://www.hackintoshosx.com/file/4254-bsa-1095-fx-rc1/

 

with kext wizard, install System.kext which you will find inside the zip file systemlibraryExtensions

 

Then delete all the files from SystemLibraryKernels

 

Then copy/paste the mach_kernel from the zip file to SystemLibraryKernels on your hackintosh drive.

 

Rename mach_kernel to "kernel" (all in small letters without the quotes).

 

restart your PC and boot with the following flags

 

-x -v -f npci=0x2000

 

Hope it will help ;)

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Well I have an Intel processor not AMD and I cannot boot AT ALL so how would I get into kext wizard?

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Well I tried it and it didn't work. For now you can answer back to help others with this problem since I finally decided (sad) that I had to erase it. I lost the video software but I was glad I had the projects backed up ! I passed on to Yosemite now and I will be back to check here and say the answer for others. I will try all options (posts) on a separate computer so I can help you guys further to confirm.

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Well the problem is that to install Hackintosh with VM, you need the ISO file but you need the DMG file for install with Hackintosh in HDD.

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