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Uninstall kext from terminal using Single User Mode
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Uninstall kext from terminal using Single User ModeInstruction

1:- Record the kext which produce Kernel Panic by Verbose mode

2:-Boot your Mac OS X Using Single User Mode At the boot loader screen type "-s" & hit enter

Type this terminal commands

mount - uw

cd /System/Library/Extensions

rm -rf "name of the kext".kext

sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Caches/*

reboot

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Hello friend I hope you can help me
 
Laptop is a Compaq Presario CQ 57_AMD
 
-I downloaded the 10.8.5 USB Niresh
-start with the intalation (amd64) is what could crank or start
intalation-after (- x) intalacion multibeash and other
* The empeso Problem with ethernet network not detected by testing my kexts
I were my alluda given me this error
mustro photos so you can see, and if you can help me
I have tried many flags (-v,-x,-F,-f, NPCI = 0x2000 and other more, always
hangs here
 

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The other day i had a kext causing me problems. It wasn't a kernel panic, just the system wont boot.

And entered in -x mode and deleted it from the finder, did i do it right? And what are the differences?

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know what has caused kexts (FakeSMC + applePS2)
The trouble is that I can not get the system to delete or change
I also seem to be some kexts that has something to do with the microprocessor is amd,
You know where it should be, any advice that can help me

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