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OPEMU: ud2 Error after 10.9.2 update

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Had this error twice on a FX-6100 and an A10 (Both AMD). I downloaded the kernel and combo update and followed instructions on download page. I booted into my install used and tried both "mach_kernel.bak -v" and "mach_kernel.bak -x -v" and both times it spammed "OPEMU: ud2". How do I fix this?

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Berto Delacruz    701

OPEMU : UD2 , this is a BUG in the opcode a part of the AMD kernel .

The only way to fix the problem after an update , I have described several times ,

You simply need to do a Rollback of Sandbox.kext and System.kext from Mavericks 10.9.

Then repair the permissions and reboot your system . that's all!

Each Mavericks kernel has the same bug as all AMD kernel based on the opcode of Sinetek and Andy van Dijk .

As long as the error is not corrected, the rollback must be made after each update .

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Yea, if you could upload them, that would be most helpful :) Also, please can I have instructions on as to how I do that???

 

Thanks Khat

~Synergy

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Sweet, Thanks buddy! Thankyou :)  How do I go about fixing it considering I only have one working machine on windows?

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Downloaded the Zip and read the Readme.RTF but how do I go about using it?

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Berto Delacruz    701
You simply need to do a Rollback of Sandbox.kext and System.kext from Mavericks 10.9.
Then repair the permissions and reboot your system . that's all!

Install the Kexts With Your Kexts Intaller and Then Repair Permissions and Reboot System.

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I don't have a kext installer. I can not boot into OS X. I also don not know how to repar the permissions

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