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"Missing bluetooth controller transport!" Error after Mavericks install

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Also work fine for me just with flag dart=0 at dell optiplex 790 with radeon HD6450. Thank you.



try dart=0 after weeks of trying this one flag got my install to boot perfectly
 
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mount -uw /


cd /System/Library/Extensions


mkdir intel_back


mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF* intel_back/


touch ../Extensions


reboot


Thank u its work for me
 
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very very thank u its work for me
 
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Thanks it worked for me.
 
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This method worked for me:
After installation using Unibeast and post installation with Multibeast it hanged at the "Bluetooth blah blah..", somehow it boots up using the Unibeast USB, I ran Multibeast again and applied FakeSMC and boom it worked.

In another case which I did in another system the Unibeast USB was erased, so I couldn't boot into the system using the installed bootloader nor any other bootloader. I installed OS X on a virtual machine on Windows (VMWare Player) and 'Show Contents' MultiBeast for Mavericks and installed FakeSMC.pkg (not Plugins/HWMonitor) to a temporary flash drive in which it automatically created S/L/E folders and inside you'll find FakeSMC.kext, copy that kext into your Macintosh HD (Mavericks) S/L/E in windows, you're going to need MacDrive for windows to read HFS+ formatted drive. Now your Mavericks will boot up fine!

My Specs:
GA-H61M-DS2
Core i7-3770K
GeForce GT-610
+
Same except CPU- Core i5 3570

Thanks I use FakeSMC.kext it work for me. Althought I already try remove all graphic kext like Intel HD*, ATI*
My hardware
Core i3 4130
GA-B85M-HD3
4GB Of Ram
GTX 660 :thumbup:
 
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Thanks I use FakeSMC.kext it work for me. Althought I already try remove all graphic kext like Intel HD

It's my first hackintosh, and I did the same. Don't know if it were the moved kexts or the FakeSMC.kext Thanks

As I didn't have IntelHD gfx I followed the commands above and it made my hackintosh boot, afterwards I directly deleted them. Gonna delete NVIDEA kexts too:

SystemSpecs:
HP - XW4600
RAM: 4GB DRR 800MH DC
CPU: Core2Quad Q9450 @2,67ghz
GPU:Asus CuCore HD5770
MB: HP 0AA0h
 
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when I write mkdir intel_back tells me that the file can only be read
help me
 
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when I write mkdir intel_back tells me that the file can only be read
help me

before running any of those commands, try: "su -i" (no "") and enter amdin password. Then continue
 
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Thank you for your help!
I used this setup and it worked, my setup is:

Intel DB75EN
NVIDIA GTX 550ti
Core i3 3120


Thanks a lot.
 
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getting a hang at bluetooth missing transport.

I went into System/Library/Extentions, I got rid of anything with the word bluetooth in it, didn't work.
I then deleted anything with the word ATI, INTELHDXXXX, AMD, NVIDIA, things listed as graphics...
EXCLUDING for the ones my system was going to be using which were the INTEL HD4000.

That solved my problem and was able to boot in Mavericks without an issue.

APPLE LOGO>ABOUT THIS MAC>MORE INFO... and look for GRAPHICS.



This seems to have fixed my issues, can now boot without -x (safe boot) with my specs. Thanks a lot man. For anyone about to do this the graphics kexts are quite obvious, take away anything 'AMD' or 'ATI', I deleted the 3000 and 5000 intel HD kexts but left the 4000 and ones that seemed to be generic intel kexts (since I needed 4000 for my 4600 intel HD), don't remember seeing any NVIDIa though.
 
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