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Hey Guys,

I have a problem, my mackintosh will not boot unless i use -v. (boot flags i use: kext-dev-mode=1 nvda_drv)
It will boot but on the apple screen it will show System uptime in Nanoseconds: blah blah blah.
I found a picture online (its not my pic) but its very similar.
Please Help.


Thanks
Gershy
 

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Hey Guys,

I have a problem, my mackintosh will not boot unless i use -v. (boot flags i use: kext-dev-mode=1 nvda_drv)
It will boot but on the apple screen it will show System uptime in Nanoseconds: blah blah blah.
I found a picture online (its not my pic) but its very similar.
Please Help.

Seriously, someone else's picture is of little use to diagnose your problem.

You need to see through "System uptime in Nanoseconds" as most kernel panics show that information.
It's just a measure of how long the system was alive for before the KP brought it down.
It's the information that comes before it that is of value.

Post a picture of your screen when it stops.

If you do have a deadbeef error like it shows in the other guy's picture,
try adding maxmem=4096 or -no-zp (or both) to your boot flags.

Good Luck
 
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Seriously, someone else's picture is of little use to diagnose your problem.

You need to see through "System uptime in Nanoseconds" as most kernel panics show that information.
It's just a measure of how long the system was alive for before the KP brought it down.
It's the information that comes before it that is of value.

Post a picture of your screen when it stops.

If you do have a deadbeef error like it shows in the other guy's picture,
try adding maxmem=4096 or -no-zp (or both) to your boot flags.

Good Luck

ok will try thanks!
 
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