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Guide To Install Mavericks with Clover Bootloader

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Attached all 3. Hard to photo beginning of verbose messages, they move too quick!

Why would the photo be hard to capture if it hangs there?
 
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It hangs at that photo, with the last message being about bluetooth controller. The first page of info flies by, and then the second page I can capture.
 

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It hangs at that photo, with the last message being about bluetooth controller. The first page of info flies by, and then the second page I can capture.

Try booting without caches.

Also, from where did you download Mavericks?

Also, your config.plist is wrong for the hardware in your profile. Why did you select "Patch DSDT only" in PBI-CE?

You should probably start over.
 
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Ok, deleted all caches from Library in home folder and library in Mac HD.

I downloaded Mavericks months ago when I first set this computer up. I remember following the instructions carefully, so probably from the apple store. This OS worked just fine, albeit with an older Clover, until my motherboard swap.

I did retry booting from Clover USB stick again, hitting f4 again, launching PBI and was careful again, to select the suggested options. I didn't choose "Only DSDT".

I'm assuming when you say "start over", you're talking about the above process, as I have a working Windows 8.1 partition and a working Mavericks partition (when booted from Clover USB)

Problem persists. Curious though, that the boot hang was only 50/50 when I was using the Clover and PBI from almost 12 months ago.
 
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Another possibly related clue, with the older versions, I would occasionally get System Prefs opening randomly to ask about connecting a Bluetooth Keyboard (which I don't own, and my compatible wifi card doesn't support). I just closed it a handful of times.
 

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Ok, deleted all caches from Library in home folder and library in Mac HD.

I downloaded Mavericks months ago when I first set this computer up. I remember following the instructions carefully, so probably from the apple store. This OS worked just fine, albeit with an older Clover, until my motherboard swap.

I did retry booting from Clover USB stick again, hitting f4 again, launching PBI and was careful again, to select the suggested options. I didn't choose "Only DSDT".

I'm assuming when you say "start over", you're talking about the above process, as I have a working Windows 8.1 partition and a working Mavericks partition (when booted from Clover USB)

Problem persists. Curious though, that the boot hang was only 50/50 when I was using the Clover and PBI from almost 12 months ago.

By "start over", I mean fresh install of everything.
 

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Another possibly related clue, with the older versions, I would occasionally get System Prefs opening randomly to ask about connecting a Bluetooth Keyboard (which I don't own, and my compatible wifi card doesn't support). I just closed it a handful of times.

This is covered in the guide.
 
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I think I'll start at step 7, and do a clean OSX install. My internet is sooo slow here, it'd take days to redownload and start from step one.

UPDATE: Tried that. Didn't fix the problem. I'm looking for older PBI's to see if I have some luck there.

I also tried JimAvrum's suggestion here : http://www.tonymacx86.com/mountain-...k-missing-bluetooth-controller-transport.html, just because it's the most common tip I've seen when googling my problem.

It worked. Sort of. Now it boots but the only screen resolution offered is 1024x768. Who knows what else might be off.

I was able to undo that "fix" through -s boot. And magically everything works now.
 

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It worked. Sort of. Now it boots but the only screen resolution offered is 1024x768. Who knows what else might be off.

Sounds like you're not injecting ig-platform-id (with PBI, this is done in DSDT).

I was able to undo that "fix" through -s boot. And magically everything works now.

Probably just needed to boot without caches, rebuild cache, reboot.

Here's how to rebuild caches (for future):
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sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions && sudo kextcache -u /
 
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When I dissassemle I get this error message:
Compiler aborting due to parser-detected syntax error(s)
dsdtmod.dsl 3979: If (CondRefOf (FPED))
Error 6126 - ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_IF


dsdtmod.dsl 28292:
Error 6126 - syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_METHOD, expecting $end and premature End-Of-File


ASL Input: dsdtmod.dsl - 28292 lines, 917450 bytes, 11191 keywords


I fixed this error " syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_IF" by comment
//If (CondRefOf (FPED))
//{
FPED ()
//}
but i got another error
FPED() syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG
I dissassemle in windows 7 so i don't have MaciASL.
Please help me to fix this error by hand.
My dsdt file:
View attachment dsdt.rar
Sorry for my poor english.
 
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