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.
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.
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.
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.
sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions && sudo kextcache -u /