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Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport! error in Virtualbox

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'm trying to install Mac OS X 10.9 in my VirtualBox.

 

I get:

 

**** [iOBluetoothHCIController][searchForTransportEventTimeOutHandler] -- Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport!

 

VirtualBox 4.3.12

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Hey, the solution for your problem:

 

Boot with -s.

 

When you see the prompt "root:":
Type: mount -uw /
Type: cd /System/Library/Extensions
Type: mkdir intel_back
Type: mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF* intel_back/
Type: touch ../Extensions

Reboot and use -v flag.

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Same error:

 

**** [iOBluetoothHCIController][searchForTransportEventTimeOutHandler] -- Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport!

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i'm having the same problem i cant get it too boot with -s or USBFix=yes ... ive tried everything, but im trying to install on my hdd. i have tried installing ML, Lion, and Mavericks and same "missing Bluetooth Controller TRansport. everytime.. i installed osx 10.6.8 out of the box so it makes no sense unless my proccessor isnt supported any higher, amd athlon x2 3600+

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I have the same issue trying to install Mavericks on my wifes Lenovo Flex 14 (in a VM). From what I have read from googling the issue is to do with loading graphics, as it's the next step but so far I have come up blank.

I've tried multiple different flags but nothing has worked so far. The lenovo has Intel HD 4400 graphics from what I can make out, which is supposed to be supported by hackintosh, but I'm not entirely sure if that is relevant with a VM install.

Hoping for a fix here too.

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Yes, the problem it's for loading graphics. Can you get into the root files of your Mac installation from Windows? If you can do that, tell me so we solve this manually. (sorry for my english :P)

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How can i get into the root files of your Mac installation from Windows? mount the iso? then what?

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Hey all, I found a simple fix that worked for me.  Your mileage may vary.

 

With your VM off, change the default video RAM back to the default of 9MB.  I had mine set for 128MB and it didn't like it at all.  Once back at 9MB the sucker booted right up.  

 

Hope this helps someone.  

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