- Sep 1, 2014
- GA-X79-UP4 10.9
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
This happena when launching a USB installation made by the unibeast. I will try your suggestionsNever encountered that mishap, allthough I have problems when I put UseKernelCache=Yes in my plist.
You could maybe try using UseKernelCache=No in your boot parameters. Are you sure your USB stick is still OK? Are you getting this while booting from USB or from your installation? If you get it booting from you install, it seems to me something is corrupted and your install did not finish.
Allthough this seems like bad advice if your install was not completed, try this:
- boot from the USB
- start a terminal session
- cd /Volumes/<yourdrive>
- ls -la
If the playlist file is there, delete it.
- rm BootCache.playlist ( and be careful with the case, it helps to tab after writing Boo )
I read this somewhere on another forum. It seemed to work.