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First Boot Problem


Hey I installed succesfully OS X Yosemite 10.10 Beta 3 on my Notebook

But when I want to boot it after the install for the first time it just shows me a gray screen and I can move my Mouse.

Nothing else. The installation was no problem at all. Maybe a bit lagging with mouse and so on.

But no problem to start. directly booted only Boot Tag "kext-dev-mode=1".


I tried Clover and Chameleon. both same results.


Notebook Name: Schencker P502 Pro


CPU: Intel Core i7-3720QM - 2,60 - 3,60GHz 6MB 45W "Ivy Bridge"



              Intel HD 4000 (NO PROBLEM IN MAVERICKS)


RAM: 16GB (2x8192) SO-DIMM DDR3 RAM 1600MHz CORSAIR Vengeance


SSD: 512GB SATA-III SSD Crucial RealSSD M4 (CT512M4SSD2)


WLAN: Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260


OS: 1st Windows 8.1 64bit

       2nd Mavericks

       3rd fresh Install of Yosemite Beta 3 with MacPwn 1.4


MacPwn config:


Direct boot (only kext-dev-mode=1) hangs in the middle


booting with "-s kext-dev-mode=1"

fsck -fy

mount -uw /


/dev/rdisk0s4 (NO WRITE)


goes on and says somewhere FakeSMC.kext wrong permissions


But I can not fix them

Tried this:

1. fsck -fy
2. mount -uw /
3. chmod -R 775 /kexts/FakeSMC.kext
4. chown -R root:wheel /kexts/FakeSMC.kext
5. cp -R /kexts/FakeSMC.kext /System/Library/Extensions/
6. kextload -v /System/Library/Extensions/FakeSMC.kext
7. cp -R /volumes/MacPwn/kexts/’FakeSMC.kext’ /Volumes/Y/System/Library/Extensions
resultet in this:


Booting with "-v kext-dev-mode=1"


FIRST This for a second




Can move mouse here but nothing else happens

Waited more than ten minutes

removed USB Mouse etc nothing worked


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