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  1. List of useful applications for OSx

    Honestly, I don't know anything about any of those I bet some of them could be useful to me, too.
  2. List of useful applications for OSx

    Are you referring to Slytherin, all in one network solution, all in one Audio solution, and things like that?
  3. Found this info on google: I think if you insert and boot from Niresh installation CD/USB, you'll have the option to use the -x boot flag to disable graphic kexts, which should get you to the point where you can remove the problematic kext... but I don't really know, so maybe it would be better to wait for someone else to help.
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  5. @Deepak Which of these is more up to date? I'm guessing the bigger one, but can't be positive. Thank you.
  6. Yeah, as much as I would like to run the latest version, I might just wait it out and see how the progress comes with the 10.9.2 compatible kernels. For now, Mavericks 10.9.1 is working pretty stable for me on AMD FX-8320 using Radeon HD 7970 with the kernel that was included with the Niresh Mavericks USB image. Thank you. Much respect to Niresh as well for making this so easy.
  7. @Devonic Thanks for this. Can you please explain what the purpose of this is: https://www.hackintosh.zone/file/94-amd-10910911092-kernel-with-sse3-and-opemu/ ? Also there is this one which was uploaded more recently, but does not say it supports 10.9.2: https://www.hackintosh.zone/file/148-amd-kernel-for-os-x/ Do you think I should install these kernels before proceeding with the 10.9.1 -> 10.9.2 update? I use AMD FX-8320. Thank you. edit: OK, I just noticed what grujev posted about the kernels. They said the first one that I linked to was buggy for them. The other one I linked to is newer, but much smaller file size than "mach kernel" that was posted by grujev. I just found an AMD kernel for "10.9.*" on another site uploaded as recent as March 9th, 2014 --- but explicitly says in the file description not to update to 10.9.2
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