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Voodootcsync causeing crash

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when loading the Yosemitezone bootup is good until it crashes at Voodootcsync


I have an AMD why is that loading. Any way to stop that kext from loading?

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Hi there


i have exactly same problem. AMD FX8350 + R9 280 Saphire + ASUS M5A97 EVO Ver. 2.0.  

This combination works fine with Niresh 10.9.0 with some minor kext changes.

Is problem this VoodooTSCsync.kext or the next file loaded? I tried USB and DVD install method , same error.

Last line displayd during install before PC boots itself :

"Read HFS+ file: [en(15,0)/System/Library/Extensions/VoodooTSCsync.kext/Contents/MacOS/VoodooTSCsync] 33384 bytes."

i may try to use other VoodooTSCsync.kext instead by modifying ISO image/USB.


I might try this from Insanelymac.com:  "AMD replace kext for Yosemite" as in your earlier post, Steven.


Mavericks 10.9.0 works really fine with this PC... Update to 10.9.5 might be better to do than Yosemite..

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Hmm... Same problem with other AMD processor  (T1100 X6) with ASUS M4A87TD board.

This time PC boots itself  later after  VoodooTSCSync.kext when

 "Starting Darwin x86_64" is displayed - boot...

I used Apr 15 2015 09:48 AM updated version of 

boot option tried various combo's: -amd64  -x   cpus=1 or 0 or 2 (etc) GraphicsEnabler=Yes/No IGPEnabler=Yes/No

bios: bus speed / ratio manual, C1E disabled,  vm support disabled, cool 'n quiet disabled, S3 / AHCI enabled. 

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