DSMOS has arrived, but won't boot my computer.

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  1. indian752

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    Stupid DSMOS, why wont you boot my computer? Anybody have a fix for the inFamous stuck at DSMOS has arrived issue? If its worth anything, I also get such errors as: FakeSMC key info not found MSDS(and MSTf). Got a fix for that as well? I'm updating to 10.6.8, everything worked fine up until I installed 10.6.8 update and rebooted. Free hug to anyone that helps me solve this problem.
     
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    Install the latest fakesmc to fix the fakesmc problem. But it typically means that your graphics are not working. try booting with GraphicsEnabler=Yes or GraphicsEnabler=No or install a kext for it or something
     
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    Thanks for the reply, but it didn't change anything. Don't worry, you still get a hug since you told that it was a problem with my graphics card. Any one else out there have any ideas?
     
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    Anybody there?
     
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    Mobo:
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    iMac, MacBook Pro, Mac mini
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    The only solution is to get a supported graphic card and its kext.
    no other way.
     

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