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David Behrens

rsdp_mod error when installing

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Hello,

 

I have been working on installing mavericks on my system for some time now.

 

I have downloaded the ISO and written it to a USB, and have chameleon bootloader installed on another USB(clover won't work for some reason).

 

When booting the Mavericks USB from Chameleon, a log comes up quickly and then the pc just restarts.

 

The only thing i can make out from the Log is 'rsdp_mod size is incorrect', but i have paused and taken a photo of the log if anyone would like to see it.

 

Also, I have no changed the install at all (kexts etc) as I am unsure about what the go is with it.

 

Could someone please help in guiding me with my next step with installing mavericks?

 

Thanks

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Yea, try Mavericks again but use Win32DiskImager to mount the DMG instead of the ISO. If that doesn't work, Download 10.8 at the same time...

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Niresh    2,312

just use the xpcm kernel bootflag while booting

xpcm-free -v

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just use the xpcm kernel bootflag while booting

Thanks for the quick response.

 

Just tried it, and it comes up with a lot longer log, but still ends with the same "rsdp_mod size is incorrect" and then the system reboots.

 

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Niresh    2,312

@David Behrens it looks like a new type of error to me i have never face this & you're the first one to report it to me

according to my suggestion you cant install mavericks right now until i find a solution

so please try Mountain Lion 10.8.5 which contains clover boot-loader it will fix that acpi error that you're facing

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I downloaded the ISO you suggested, and when i boot the rsdp_mod error still appears, but it continues to boot.
It got stuck with just the apple logo and wouldn't proceed, so i tried "xpcm-free -v" as a tag and it then showed a few things ending in an error about missing bluetooth controller.
I don't have a bluetooth controller, so maybe I need to turn off a bluetooth setting somewhere?
But, this is using chameleon bootloader.. for some reason i cannot boot directly from the OS X USB.
Might try a DVD in the coming days.

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