Tim Motmans

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  1. Try to install additional kext using the Post-Installations tools on this forum. I don't know what the problem is with your audio/network/dvd tray, it all worked for me and I didn't have to change any additional kexts. The post installation tool can be found here: https://www.hackintosh.zone/file/213-macpois0n-mavericks/ You can also try to find your kext in the downloads section on www.hackintosh.zone. I really hope that helps you Kind regards!
  2. Hey @sloeberGJ, What version of Mac OS X Mavericks are you running? I'm having quite some difficulties upgrading to 10.9.4, without making the system completely unbootable. Did you already upgrade to the latest version and got it working? By the way, even after installing the Cuda Mac drivers from NVIDIA, as you suggested, my DisplayPort is still not signaling my Apple LED Cinema Display. In short, my external display is not working :-) Any suggestions? Kind regards!
  3. Try to boot with the following boot switch cmpugay: -v -x PCIRootUID=0 GraphicsEnabler=No The -v stands for verbose, which will show you the errors that are occuring The -x stands for safe mode, which will skip loading some kexts that could mess up booting into Mac OS X The PCIRootUID, i don't know what this means, but I have tried this switch and it made my system boot up Since you have an NVIDIA card, you don't need the GraphicsEnabler, which was causing problems for me too. Try that and post your errors/results here
  4. Ok, once again, I think I found it myself: http://users.skynet.be/foclan/nvidia.JPG Now I only need to know 3 more things: - How to make the "GraphicsEnabler=No" the default boot switch? Answer: http://www.macbreaker.com/2012/01/how-to-use-boot-flags-for-your.html - Can I use the Mac OS X updates? Answer: Yes, you can try to install them, and... (see below) - If yes, what should I backup before updating? Answer: It seems that you have to backup mach_kernel from the root /.and recover it when updating messes it up Kind regards!
  5. Hello, Ok, so it boots up, also in normal mode. However, how do I know whether it's using the correct NVIDIA kext or the normal display driver? I've taken a screenshot here: http://users.skynet.be/foclan/boot.JPG Also: Can I just use the Software Update to update to 10.9.4? Kind regards!
  6. I think you're spot on. I searched on Google and I've found the following boot switch, which allowed me to boot into Mac OS X Mavericks as the "root" user: boot: -v -x PCIRootUID=0 GraphicsEnabler=No Everything seems to be working now, in safe mode. I'll try booting into normal mode now, with the following switch: boot: -v PCIRootUID=0 GraphicsEnabler=No I'll let you guys know how it went! Where can I find the correct kext file for my 680Ms? Kind regards!
  7. Update, I've removed the kext file, as found a similar topic on this forum: cd /Volumes/<MAC OS X VOLUME>/System/Library/Extensions rm -rf AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext The booting process continues now, but it seems that it stops booting at the Apple logo. It's in verbose mode, but I'm unable to see the errors that hang the system, what should I do next?
  8. No problem, this is where I'm stuck now. I'm unable to upload the file here (Error301), so I've put it on my FTP http://users.skynet.be/foclan/macosxmavericks.jpg Thanks for looking at it!
  9. Hello everyone, I'm trying to install 10.9.0 OSX Mavericks and I've got the following hardware: CPU: Intel Core i7 3840QM Chipset: Intel HM77 (Ivy Bridge) VGA: NVIDIA Geforce 680M (2x) RAM: 16 GB Corsair Vengeance I have reinstalled like 7 times now, but nothing seems to work. I've already tried different boot options (-x -v -s -f USBHubFix=Yes etc). My last attempt seems to be the best one, but it still hangs at the AppleIntelCPUManagement.kext. I've already tried installing with the AppleNull...kext, but no luck either. Can someone please tell me what options I should choose when installing Mavericks on my hardware? Is there any link which explains what options I should choose? Maybe @ himself, can help me? Thanks in advance! Grtz from Belgium!