JashPD

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About JashPD

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  1. try xpcm-free -v
  2. Does your BIOS setup have any UEFI / Legacy boot option?
  3. Try xpcm-free boot flag. See if it fixes the problem.
  4. Try xpcm-free boot flag. See if it fixes the problem.
  5. Try xpcm-free boot flag. See if it fixes the problem.
  6. Try xpcm-free boot flag. See if it fixes the problem.
  7. Try xpcm-free boot flag. See if it fixes the problem.
  8. Try xpcm-free boot flag. See if it fixes the problem.
  9. Try xpxm-free boot flag. See it fixes the problem.
  10. After booting into Safe Mode, did you use Multibeast for Yosemite? If not, then just use easybeast and restart. See if it fixes the problem.
    I am running Niresh Maverics 10.9.5 now. Is there a guide to update to 10.10(Yosemite)? Some tips would be extremely helpful. Thanks!