- Dec 19, 2010
- Asus Hero X AC WiFi
- Sapphire NITRO+ RX VEGA64 8G HBM2
- Mobile Phone
You'll need the updated (this afternoon) GenericUSBXHCI.kext for USB to work again. I've updated my Post #2.GA-Z77MX-D3H TH (rev. 1.0) F6b
Followed Stork's instructions, the only issue is the USB3 ports, they will only recognise USB3 pens/storage, after the update. Everything else is working fine.
Used combo update, then installed chimera 2.2, then installed updated intel LAN and appleHDA kexts from multibeast. Rebooted and got KP which says "unknown CPU". image attached http://s18.postimg.org/uy1eb5ue1/image.jpg . Can boot into system only by typing -F flag. I suspect chimera caused this. If someone had the same issue, please let us know.
Asus P8z77-v (modded bios)
BTW, geekbench score wend down to 14500 points from 15100 while on 10.8.4.
I recommend the Combo update instead of the store incremental update. My procedure is to
- Repair Permissions using the Disk Utility on the drive to be updated;*
- Backup your current system with Time Machine or Carbon Copy Cloner or SuperDuper;
- If you're using the "USB 3 - Universal" (Zenith432's GenericUSBXHCI.kext), remove it from S/L/E folder**;
- Run the Combo Update - don't reboot yet;
- Run MultiBeast to reload only the audio driver;
- Download the GenericUSBXHCI.kext and install using Kext Utility;
- Reboot; and
- Repair Permissions again.*
NOTICE: Hawell owners are not having success with this update. Before trying to update, backup your 10.8.4 Haswell Helper system. If the update doesn't work, try a fresh install by
If this doesn't work, restore your 10.8.4 Haswell Helper installation and wait for updating news. Being an early adapter is hell sometimes. One user had success with a fresh install.
- restoring your 10.8.4 Haswell Helper installation;
- go to the MAS and download the Install Mountain Lion app (it's now 10.8.5), using Option-Click on the Purchase menu item;
- prepare a UniBeast USB thumb drive with the updated UniBeast v2.1; and
- making sure your backup is current, do a fresh install.
* You can use the Terminal instead of Disk Utility if you feel comfortable with a UNIX command:
sudo diskutil repairPermissions /
** Zenith432's GenericUSBXHCI.kext has been reported to cause Kernel Panels on some motherboards after the update.