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  1. Uptime in nanoseconds error on Older system

    In the App Store, find the options or wherever you can hide/disable updates. Hide the big OS ones
  2. Specs: Intel H77 -- Board i3-3220T -- CPU Integrated -- Graphics 6GB 1333 -- RAM RT3573 -- WLAN RTL8111E -- LAN ALC892 -- Audio To clarify, I am NOT installing Niresh into a VirtualBox container (this is why it has been so hard to research this problem.) Essentially, after installing and a lot of trial-and-error of the Niresh Mavericks distro, I was able to use it without any boot flags other than what I had specified in the boot file. However, when using my Mac, I had decided to install VirtualBox. Upon rebooting, it will no longer completely boot when it attempts to load some vbox drivers. Is anyone aware of how to fix this, or at least, how to completely remove this stuff from running at boot? I can get into the system with safe mode so it's no problem to manipulate things. Deleting the application did nothing so I'm assuming more things are stored in places I do not know. Thanks for any help guys.
  3. Cannot boot after installing VirtualBox

    Wrong section, crap. Sorry.
  4. Cannot boot after installing VirtualBox

    Specs: Intel H77 -- Board i3-3220T -- CPU Integrated -- Graphics 6GB 1333 -- RAM RT3573 -- WLAN RTL8111E -- LAN ALC892 -- Audio To clarify, I am NOT installing Niresh into a VirtualBox container (this is why it has been so hard to research this problem.) Essentially, after installing and a lot of trial-and-error of the Niresh Mavericks distro, I was able to use it without any boot flags other than what I had specified in the boot file. However, when using my Mac, I had decided to install VirtualBox. Upon rebooting, it will no longer completely boot when it attempts to load some vbox drivers. Is anyone aware of how to fix this, or at least, how to completely remove this stuff from running at boot? I can get into the system with safe mode so it's no problem to manipulate things. Deleting the application did nothing so I'm assuming more things are stored in places I do not know. Thanks for any help guys.
  5. Boot screen errors

    Post this in the support section, not the benchmark section.
  6. Uptime in nanoseconds error on Older system

    Re-install your niresh distro, do not install updates. Apple is not making firmware/software updates tailored to your hard/software. Edit for more info: Usually when this happens it doesn't like your hardware. Aka; updates overwrote some important stuff from Niresh and broke it.
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