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    Stork's Zorro Build: Z68X-UD3H - i7-2600K - HD3000


    Good news, I'm upgrading to ML, it's a long time ago than a not brick my hackintosh. I'll follow your instructions.

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    Stork's Zorro Build: Z68X-UD3H - i7-2600K - HD3000


    Stork, kæmpe biggup for dit build!

    So, I'm on 10.8.4 with the same setup as you. Did a fresh install from Unibeast and all went hunkydory. Running two monitors, one via DisplayPort the other via DVI-D. I also have a Focusrite Saffire PRO 24 DSP sound card connected via Firewire. Trying to run Ableton, Logic and Maschine here, but I cannot get to install certain drivers. For example, the Maschine Controller Driver. Setup crashes at the end. Tried to contact Native Instruments, but they suggested checking off the Controller Driver, which solved the problem. Only thing is, new update is out, and I cannot install the new Driver.

    Attached is my install log, hope you can help


    Cheers,

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    rallevondalle,

    it's failing due to kextcache not being updated. Try booting with "UseKernelCache=No".

    Additionally, the following kexts are bad:
    IOBluetoothHIDDriver.kext
    AppleBluetoothHIDMouse.kext
    AppleBluetoothHIDKeyboard.kext
    AppleBluetoothMultitouch.kext
    These must be the kext drivers that you are trying to install. Unfortunately, this is all the help I can give since I do not use your equipment. If this answer doesn't help you, I recommend you post this problem in the Music forum section where it your post will attract more knowledgeable people.

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    Updated successfully to 10.8.5. I recommend the Combo update instead of the store incremental update. My procedure is to
    1. Repair Permissions using the Disk Utility on the drive to be updated;*
    2. Backup your current system with Time Machine or Carbon Copy Cloner or SuperDuper;
    3. If you're using the "USB 3 - Universal" (Zenith432's GenericUSBXHCI.kext), remove it from S/L/E folder**;
    4. Download the GenericUSBXHCI.kext and install using Kext Utility;
    5. Run the Combo Update - don't reboot yet;
    6. Run MultiBeast to reload only the audio driver;
    7. Repair Permissions again;* and
    8. Reboot


    * You can use the Terminal instead of Disk Utility if you feel comfortable with a UNIX command:
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    sudo diskutil repairPermissions /
    ** Zenith432's GenericUSBXHCI.kext has been reported to cause Kernel Panels on some motherboards after the update.

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    OK I got as far as Step 6 and got this in Disk Utility:

    Repairing Permissions for "MP Boot"
    Checking Prerequisites
    Problems were encountered during repair of the partition map
    Error: Whole disk required but a slice was passed.

    Repair permissions complete

    I then tried a Verify and got this:

    Verifying Permissions for "MP Boot"
    Checking prerequisites
    Problems were found with the partition map which might prevent booting
    Error: Whole disk required but a slice was passed.

    Any ideas what I should do now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EddyMac View Post
    OK I got as far as Step 6 and got this in Disk Utility:

    Repairing Permissions for "MP Boot"
    Checking Prerequisites
    Problems were encountered during repair of the partition map
    Error: Whole disk required but a slice was passed.

    Repair permissions complete

    I then tried a Verify and got this:

    Verifying Permissions for "MP Boot"
    Checking prerequisites
    Problems were found with the partition map which might prevent booting
    Error: Whole disk required but a slice was passed.

    Any ideas what I should do now?
    Did you reboot? It looks like it updated the partitions OK. Is your disk a single partition SSD? (It's been too long since we last exchanged posts.)

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    No I was afraid to after getting this message in Disk Utility. Should I go ahead and reboot?
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    Since Disk Utility can't repair the disk it's running on, I recommend you
    • Boot your UniBeast USB thumb drive;
    • Run the installer;
    • After picking a language, use the top menu to run Disk Utility to Repair the disk;
    • After repairing the disk, quit both the Disk Utility and the Installer; and
    • Boot into system disk.
    Hopefully, this will do it. (Fingers crossed.)

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    I went ahead and rebooted last night and everything seems fine. I did a permissions repair and it didn't repair anything nor did it give me any warnings.

    Yes, I am booting from a single partition SSD. I would never go back to a mechanical hard drive for booting now.

    I can't believe it's almost two years since I built this Hackintosh and it's been SO awesome! I have started to think about swapping out my motherboard for a bit of an internal upgrade, but really, it still does everything extremely well so not worrying about it too much yet.

    EDIT: oops Stork, we must have posted around the same time. Thanks for the additional info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EddyMac View Post
    everything seems fine.
    Actually, I take that back. Sound isn't working. I reran Multibeast with just the sound option checked and still doesn't work.

    So, I'll have to dig a little deeper on that one.

    Also, two of my internal hard drives are not showing up! Help!

    Wondering if I should somehow go back to 10.8.4 using my CCC backup from last night... Any help appreciated.
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