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"Missing bluetooth controller transport!" Error after Mavericks install

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Have you tried this, it worked for me:
First boot with -s
Now type the following commands in the EXACT order:

mount -uw /

cd /System/Library/Extensions

mkdir intel_back

mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF* intel_back/

touch ../Extensions

reboot

Hope I helped, bye!

This worked for me. Thanks a ton man. I'm not new to hackintosh but I wasn't able to boot from a fresh install of 10.9.5! But your solution made it boot.
 
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hi, I have Sonyvaio notebook , I have tryed to install OSX-Mavericks , so I've have the proble that I cant install, even the apple screen don't start.
it show me the Missing Bluetooth controller Transport! Error.
take a look at my error:



this is my Computer.

Sony VAIO VPC EA37FL
procesador Intel Core i5-460M a 2.53GHz

-RAM 6 GB d
-HDD 500 GB
tarjeta de video integrada Intel HD.



Please help me, I could be so glad for your help , I need to install Mac Os for Programming for IOS devices

I tried with -s but never show me de Root screen, I almost tried all , please somebody help me...
This is my FB : Roger Valo hernandez
Xau
 
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Have you tried this, it worked for me:
First boot with -s
Now type the following commands in the EXACT order:

mount -uw /

cd /System/Library/Extensions

mkdir intel_back

mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF* intel_back/

touch ../Extensions

reboot

Hope I helped, bye!

for Guida2, i tried this, but when I press enter on "mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF* intel_back/" it keeps saying:
"rename
AppleIntelHD* to intel_back/AppleIntelHD*
rename
AppleIntelF* to intel_back/AppleIntelF*"

unless it's because I'm running Yosemite 10.10.3 XP

by the way what do those asterisks do in the code?
 
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The asterisks mean that there may be a few different files which start with the same letters, so, using names as an example:

Jo* would be John, Johnathan, Joanne, Jordan, etc

In your case it means all files beginning with AppleIntelHD and AppleIntelF

Hope this helps,

John.
 
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Me too...

-s didn't work for me, it's freeze in somewhere, i can't input anything..

Please advise.

Thanks.
 
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I really need help with this, so beyond frustrated. Getting hung up on this damn "bluetooth controller transport" issue. Every. Single. Boot. :banghead::banghead: It just freezes there and never reaches Yosemite 10.10.3 desktop.

Can boot with -x but that's pointless since the machine is crippled.

Ran -s boot flag, however the commands below don't work. I'm never presented with a root, only a bash. How do I get to root level to execute these commands?

Also, since this didn't work I booted via -x maxmem4096 went into System/Library/Extensions and manually trashed any files starting with AppleIntelHD* and AppleIntelF* (that's what the command does). However does trash need to be emptied or how do you get rid of these files? When I re-booted after moving them to trash, the boot seemed weird and the verbose said something about the files were missing? Still does not boot, just hangs like before.

Have you tried this, it worked for me:
First boot with -s
Now type the following commands in the EXACT order:

mount -uw /

cd /System/Library/Extensions

mkdir intel_back

mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF* intel_back/

touch ../Extensions

reboot

Hope I helped, bye!
 
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Have you tried this, it worked for me:
First boot with -s
Now type the following commands in the EXACT order:

mount -uw /

cd /System/Library/Extensions

mkdir intel_back

mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF* intel_back/

touch ../Extensions

reboot

Hope I helped, bye!

Really late to this thread, but about a minute after displaying the "Missing bluetooth controller transport", my computer restarts. This doesn't leave me enough time to type this. Is there a way to have it not restart?
 
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well you helped me, thx @guiba2 !
 
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Have you tried this, it worked for me:
First boot with -s
Now type the following commands in the EXACT order:

mount -uw /

cd /System/Library/Extensions

mkdir intel_back

mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF* intel_back/

touch ../Extensions

reboot

Hope I helped, bye!



Thanks a lot bro, work very good for me :)
 
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I know this is an old thread but just to let all know that adding "dart=0" to the boot flags did the trick on a Samsung ATIV8
 
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