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Boot stops at "System uptime in nano seconds: 51508646034"

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Hello all,
I have been having this problem for a while and can't figure out how to fix it. After installing Mavericks and Multibeast I restart and try booting again but it always stops at "System uptime in nanoseconds: 51508646034".
I just tried a few things hoping that it will make it work but it still doesn't and the numbers now say "71301060429".
Can anyone help me?

Thanks,
 

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Hello all,
I have been having this problem for a while and can't figure out how to fix it. After installing Mavericks and Multibeast I restart and try booting again but it always stops at "System uptime in nanoseconds: 51508646034".
I just tried a few things hoping that it will make it work but it still doesn't and the numbers now say "71301060429".
Can anyone help me?

Thanks,
You're getting a KP. Take a quality photo of the screen. The number of nanoseconds (elapsed time) since the system was booted is meaningless.
 
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Oh that's what that means? :p
Ok, will do.
 
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Thanks! I installed the NullCPUPowerManagement.kext and it's working now!
 
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After upgrading from 10.9.1 to 10.9.2 I'm getting a KP. I tried upgrading using offline 10.9.2 COMBO installer. After installing it showing Mac Os Version: Not defined, I attached the screenshot, Kindly help me asap. I really don't want to re- install the OS because now I don't have a Unibeast bootable USB and access to any mac :( But I'm dual booting with Windows 7 and have access to Mac drive in it. please help me.


Update: I installed nullCPU Power management.kext and it solved 'Mac Os Version: Not defined' error. I think the problem was the new 10.9.2 update overwrites 10.9.1 custom installed kext files :crazy:!! But now I need to use ' -f ' boot flag to boot into mavericks. I installed Mavericks 10.9.1 using this tonymacx86 guide- http://www.tonymacx86.com/mavericks-laptop-support/112940-guide-mavericks-lenovo-g580.html . The instructions showing that I need to install FakeSMC v5.3.820_FakeSMC.kext. But I can't find it in multi beast. The version in multi beast are FakeSMC 6.0.1123.kext and FakeSMC 6.0.1123 plugins. I tried installing akeSMC 6.0.1123 from multi beast, but it still giving KP. Please help, how can I fix this?
 

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Hi, I'm stuck with a similar problem, but seem not to be power management kext problem..
This message become after choosing the internal IGFX (intel hd 4600) Graphic card instead of the PCi-e slot.. If I choose the PCI card (gtx770) everything work fine but I've read it's possible to use the internal from Intel and use then more than 2 monitor plugged in..
The Bootloader is Clover 2953, see the attachment PLEASE :banghead:
many thank in advance for the attention

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Same problem here, but My host is a Mac (El Capitan) I'm just trying to virtualize the same configuration I already have. :crazy:
 
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