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Weird kernel panics at boot time...
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Hello again!

 

I've been enjoying my Hackintosh for quite some time now and do not miss anything from the time 

I used Windows 7. I have everything working smoothly (graphics, ethernet, sound, sleep) besides 

wifi (which I do not care that it's not working since it's a desktop and the router is next to it),

however there is something that is bugging me. At boot time sometimes everything works perfectly

and my system boots up, other times I need to restart it from two to six times to finally get it to start up.

I took photos of two of the messages I see and was hopping that someone may know what's wrong.

My hackintosh has 10.9.2 running on an Asus P5K Premium with an MSI GT630 and an Intel Q6600

with 2 GB of RAM.

 

Thanks for your help!

 

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Do you use any bootflags while booting? And all i can see from the pic is some Kexts at the panic screen.

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Thanks for your reply.

Yes this is what I understood as well. However nothing seems to be malfunctioning...

I've entered using Chameleon Wizard the following: 1) GUI, 2) TimeOut: 2, 3) Use Kernel Cache, 4) npci=0x2000, 5) Ethernet Built In, 6) Restart Fix, 7) dart=0, 8) Graphics Enabler.

I'm also using a DSDT..

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@ Thanks for your reply. I hesitate to do that though, since my onboard soundcard

wasn't working correctly at first (I had no multichannel audio and the volume was extremely

low). An update of the VoodooHDA won't "break" my audio again?

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@ Sorry for the delayed response. 

I backed up all my kexts and kernel and updated to 10.9.3.

It completed successfully and I went ahead with the VoodooHDA

update. Unfortunately my multichannel audio was "destroyed", so

do I have to restore the appleHDA as you had suggested or the

previous VoodooHDA?

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@ Yes that would probably work

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@ Unfortunately I had no luck with AppleHDA.

I restored all my kexts from the backup I took with no success

as well. So I'm restoring last day's backup using Time Machine.

Thanks for your help but since my hackintosh has no problem

in getting in "sleep" mode and "waking up" from it, I rarely shut it down,

so no need to explore it any further. :)

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@ Ok any how post a screen shot of application "System Info"

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