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Yosemite: 'is in exception list allowing to load'

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Hi,

 

First of all, sorry for posting this in the wrong section, I couldn't find a Yosemite subforum.

 

I used MacPwn (on my iMac) to create an install-usb and managed to install Yosemite to my hard drive. After the installer finished I attempted to boot into Yosemite, but it hangs at 'is in exception list allowing to load'. I tried using boot flags '-v -x GraphicsEnabler=No kext-dev-mode=1' , but no luck...

 

It might be important to note that I do not have an existing Hackintosh installation on this pc.

 

Here are my specs:

Asus z87-A

Intel 4770K

Asus GTX 770

 

Thanks in advance!

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@ First make sure you are using Clover boot loader other bootloaders can't boot it
second GraphicsEnabler=No is for chameleon not for clover 
if you can install then you can boot don't use chameleon 

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I am using Clover, but I didn't know that about GraphicsEnabler. I made progress, I can boot using -x -s -v kext-dev-mode=1, then in single usermode I execute fsck -fy, mount -uw /  (without these commands it still hangs) and exit. The first time I could put in all of my details but the configurator hanged at 'Setting up your Mac'. I force rebooted (using the same flags) and eventually came to the login view where I put in my password, but it hanged again, this time a spinning wheel just overlayed the login window.

 

I really don't know what is happening here, why do I need to mount my disk each time I want to boot? And why do I have to use safemode, which kexts could be interfering with my hardware (which kexts does MacPwn install?).

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Write down the name of the kext where it's hanging on, i guess it is Apple Mobile. boot with -s kext-dev-mode=1 -v. Once it is loaded execute this commands:

 

/sbin/mount -uw /

rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/(nameofkext)

rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/AppleKextExcludeList.kext

reboot

 

Good Luck

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Now boot with -v -x kext-dev-mode=1, it will hang there again but wait for a few minutes. Then it suddenly reboots, then try boot without -x

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It's been hanging there for a long time... How long should it take before it reboots? And are you sure that I need to delete that excludelist kext?

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