necessary kexts for hp pavilion 15 n204tx for niresh mavericks
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power management for my hp pavilion 15 n204tx, with i5-4200u, is not working. i want a patched AppleACPIIntel.kext for my notebook.

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Install NullCPupowermanagement.kext when system works proper then download slytherin use AICPM Patch will patch your kexts ..

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which kernel should i use while installing mavericks?? hp kernel results in reboot!! xpcm-free results only at a screen stuck at apple logo and no wheel comes up!! please help

 

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you need to boot with -v , to check what's the problem may be Kernel is not ...if you provide image is better ,,

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-v again results in instant reboot. i have captured the screen and sending you the images.

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r u able to get installation done ??

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it can't be Possible with AMD kernel , :speechless:  :speechless:  :speechless:  :speechless: are you sure ???

then if it possible to get installation done ,,after getting OSX working download XPCM kernel and repace with amd ,,

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yes!! it works with amd,amd64 as well as amdfx.

i tried to boot using xpcm-free kernel but it results in a screen stuck at apple logo..!! will this prblm not come if i replace it with amd kernel afterwards??

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also check you Bios too ,try to disable some Features  

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i have tried all bios settings.

if i use xpcm-free kernel and cpus=1,it boots. but i have a dual core intel i5 haswell processor.

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i5 is not Dual Core make sure ??

check your Bios ,look for CFG Lock or Post image of your Bios ...

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why don't you give try to Vanilla Installation ??

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