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OS freezes whenever I try to install 10.9.5
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I'm using Niresh 10.9 on VirtualBox, on Windows 7. It works fine except that whenever I shut down it ends up stuck at a pure gray screen that I then have to power off from. Anyway, I'm trying to update to 10.9.5 so I can install Xcode 6. But whenever I try to install OS X Update Combined 10.9.5, first the VM restarts, says Installing Software Update, then freezes (and VirtualBox crashes) at about 8 minutes left, every time. Is there anything I can do to fix it, and get 10.9.4 or 10.9.5 working?

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Same thing there.

Host: win7 x64, AMD Athlon II x3

10.9 installed on -amd64, waited for end, restart all ok, downloaded .dmg and start install.

Freeze on non-spinning wheeel "restrating".

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VDI grow to 13.5GB

After reset it shows bootloader splash and then Virualbox crash.

Tried -amd64 -x -s -v combinations, always flips in same place. Log shows:

00:00:04.631955 Guest Log: BIOS: Booting from Hard Disk...
00:00:04.637653 Display::handleDisplayResize(): uScreenId = 0, pvVRAM=0000000000000000 w=720 h=400 bpp=0 cbLine=0x0, flags=0x1
00:00:04.637682 UIFrameBuffer::RequestResize: Screen=0, Format=0, BitsPerPixel=0, BytesPerLine=0, Size=720x400, Sending to async-handler..
00:00:04.637743 UIFrameBufferQImage::resizeEvent: Format=0, BitsPerPixel=0, BytesPerLine=0, Size=720x400
00:00:04.637752 UIFrameBufferQImage::resizeEvent: Resizing to FALLBACK buffer due to format is invalid..
00:00:06.995270 Guest Log: int13_harddisk_ext: function 41, unmapped device for ELDL=81
00:00:07.523241 Display::handleDisplayResize(): uScreenId = 0, pvVRAM=00000000094e0000 w=1600 h=1200 bpp=32 cbLine=0x1900, flags=0x1
00:00:07.523270 UIFrameBuffer::RequestResize: Screen=0, Format=843204434, BitsPerPixel=32, BytesPerLine=6400, Size=1600x1200, Sending to async-handler..
00:00:07.523352 UIFrameBufferQImage::resizeEvent: Format=843204434, BitsPerPixel=32, BytesPerLine=6400, Size=1600x1200
00:00:07.523381 UIFrameBufferQImage::resizeEvent: Resizing to directly use VGA device content..
00:00:08.243627 Display::handleDisplayResize(): uScreenId = 0, pvVRAM=0000000000000000 w=720 h=400 bpp=0 cbLine=0x0, flags=0x1
00:00:08.243657 UIFrameBuffer::RequestResize: Screen=0, Format=0, BitsPerPixel=0, BytesPerLine=0, Size=720x400, Sending to async-handler..
00:00:08.243729 UIFrameBufferQImage::resizeEvent: Format=0, BitsPerPixel=0, BytesPerLine=0, Size=720x400
00:00:08.243757 UIFrameBufferQImage::resizeEvent: Resizing to FALLBACK buffer due to format is invalid..
00:00:21.656805 Display::handleDisplayResize(): uScreenId = 0, pvVRAM=00000000094e0000 w=1600 h=1200 bpp=32 cbLine=0x1900, flags=0x1
00:00:21.656855 UIFrameBuffer::RequestResize: Screen=0, Format=843204434, BitsPerPixel=32, BytesPerLine=6400, Size=1600x1200, Sending to async-handler..
00:00:21.656948 UIFrameBufferQImage::resizeEvent: Format=843204434, BitsPerPixel=32, BytesPerLine=6400, Size=1600x1200
00:00:21.656984 UIFrameBufferQImage::resizeEvent: Resizing to directly use VGA device content..
00:00:21.657318 IEM: wrmsr(0x8b,0x0`00000000) -> GP(0)
00:00:21.657346 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
00:00:21.657346 !!
00:00:21.657347 !!                 Guru Meditation -226 (VERR_INTERNAL_ERROR_2)
00:00:21.657357 !!
00:00:21.657389 !!
00:00:21.657390 !! {mappings, <NULL>}
00:00:21.657391 !!
00:00:21.657399 
00:00:21.657399 The mappings are DISABLED.
00:00:21.657403 00000000ff000000 - 00000000ffbfffff  Hypervisor Memory Area
00:00:21.657409 !!
00:00:21.657409 !! {hma, <NULL>}
00:00:21.657410 !!

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If I dont enter cosole and let it boot it looks like:

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Tried change VM settings from "10.9" to "osx x64" - same thing...

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After digging I found solution http://www.hackintosh.zone/forums/topic/4391-msi-z87-g45-gaming-and-how-i-did-to-make-it-work-with-mac-os-x-and-update-it-to-1095/

It should be sticky :)

RLDR; you need backup /mach_kernel and System/Library/Extensions before you start update using console from install iso then recover it after install complete and safe boot to repair permissions and rebuild cache using kext wizard.

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