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Kernel Extensions in backtrace issue

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I tried to solve the issue of HD4600's base frequency too low.
But put AppleIntelInfo.kext to /L/E accidently.And rebuild kextcache......

Now it performs as the image shows...
I already removed the kext but not works..

I also removed cache in /S/L/C, and still...

What should I do now T_T

System info :
Lenovo Y50-70-AM-ISE
CPU - i7 4710HQ
Graphic - HD4600

Before this issue, everything is OK. Thx
 

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I tried to solve the issue of HD4600's base frequency too low.
But put AppleIntelInfo.kext to /L/E accidently.And rebuild kextcache......

Now it performs as the image shows...
I already removed the kext but not works..

I also removed cache in /S/L/C, and still...

What should I do now T_T

System info :
Lenovo Y50-70-AM-ISE
CPU - i7 4710HQ
Graphic - HD4600

Before this issue, everything is OK. Thx

AppleIntelInfo.kext should not be installed... It is intended to be used with kextload/kextutil/kextunload only (as per README).

I have this in my notes:

Clean caches:
Code:
sudo rm -r -v /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/*

Not sure if it is still current/valid with current macOS.
You could try.

If no success, just run the macOS installer and it will reset your kernelcache... (no need to erase the partition).
 
Joined
Apr 16, 2017
Messages
9
CPU
Intel Core i7 4710HQ
Graphics
HD4600 + GTX860M
Mobile Phone
  1. iOS
AppleIntelInfo.kext should not be installed... It is intended to be used with kextload/kextutil/kextunload only (as per README).

I have this in my notes:

Clean caches:
Code:
sudo rm -r -v /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/*

Not sure if it is still current/valid with current macOS.
You could try.

If no success, just run the macOS installer and it will reset your kernelcache... (no need to erase the partition).

It was an accident T_T
I cleaned up /System/Library/Caches in another OS, but it not works.

Maybe I should try installer
 
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