I don't really understand what happened. Anyway, I could only boot in single user mode (-s) and through there I deleted ethernet and audio kexts, plus some other tweak found to solve the "Waiting for DSMOS" error but nothing. At the end I was going to reinstall the system from scratch and I run the Fix permission action from Disk Utility using the live Installer, but without reinstalling everything as of yet. Then I tried to reboot as it fixed many things and it worked. Funny thing is, I never really touched the FakeSMC.kext. Mystery. Or maybe it was an issue with the Audio, because after I tried to reinstall the Audio kext and again I'm having issues with the DSMOS. However, I can't bee sure about it because my system it is clearly possessed; like: out of nowhere at some point it did a reset on the BIOS settings.Is the booting stuck here??
Waiting for DSMOS is the problem with FakeSMC.kext, means it may not loading or not installed. Try to boot with your bootable USB.
There is no VGA support on Yosemite as the Apple devices not using VGA.Thank you very much for this guide, finally I was able to install everithing on my P5Q-E with some slight variation, but I have a problem with my VGA, because if I use GraphicsEnabler=Yes the installer doesn't start, and after having installed the system is the same, I've tried two kexts for my AMD Sapphire HD4830 (ID 0x944C1002) and the system recognizes it but I have a lot of glitches so is not working, what can I do to fix this?