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Install problem - Atom D510 - Stuck:MissingBluetooth Controller Transport

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Motherboard:  Gigabyte GA-D510UD mini-ITX

CPU:  onboard Atom D510

Memory:  2 x 1Gb Adata DDR2-800

Graphics:  Onboard Intel

Storage:  WD5000AACS Western Digital 500GB Green (SATA) 

Peripherals:  USB keyboard and mouse

Installer:  Sandisk Cruzer Blade 8GB for Niresh 10.9.0 (MBR and OSX journaled)

 

Onboard graphics - VGA output

SATA Mode = AHCI

HPET mode = 64bit

 

 

SYMPTOMS:

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Booting using ATOM -v switches gets stuck at the line:   Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport 

-x does not help

-s gets a blank screen in less than one second

 

 

TRIED THE FOLLOWING:

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Following Deepak's excellent guide for resolving the most common issues:

https://www.hackintosh.zone/forums/topic/797-guide-most-common-problems-with-hackint0shs/

 

I have tried to boot into single user mode but I get a blank screen and so cannot move the relevant files

I have tried opening the install Flash drive on an iMac to move  "AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF*"  (using InvisibliX) but the folder structure is different, so I can't find /System/Library/Extensions

 

 

 

Where do I find the files I need to move?

Thanks

 

 

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Noticed BaseSystem.dmg in the root of the flash drive and mounted it.

However this is mounted Read Only

 

From Terminal   diskutil list  identifies this as disk2s2

 

Trying to mount this writable so I can edit it

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 ATOM -v     gets stuck at the line:   Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport 

-x                  does not help

-s                  gets a blank screen in less than one second

 

 

 

atom -x -v -f      gets stuck at      Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport 

 

atom -s             gets stuck at      Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport 

 

 

As outlined in your guide, apparently I need to edit BaseSystem.dmg - How do I do that when I cannot boot in single user mode?

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They are alot of topics already made with this type of issue in this section you can search for them :) i believe we help alot of people with that same issue

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Vga is not fully supported is OSX so you need to do some patches ,,,try to install it without graphic kexts 

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They are alot of topics already made with this type of issue in this section 

 

As mentioned above, there is a guide listing how to resolve Missing Bluetooth Controller hang

 

That is not what I am asking.  I am following the guide I referenced above to try and resolve that.  I am not able to boot in single user mode to edit the USB installer.

 

 

***** How do I mount a DMG file WRITABLE on a normal mac to remove the kexts in question?  *****

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if you able to get installation screen then in customize graphics/backup or move graphics select it,,

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