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E7440: Error Loading Kernel Cache (0x1b)


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Hi all

 

So I had a working version of High Sierra installed on my Dell Latitude E7440. It was working fine with no issues and was a dream to use on my Latitude E7440. 

 

Until two days ago, the audio stopped working. Now I had this before on a Sierra build, and the fix was simple to use a kext installer utility to reinstall the AppleHDA.kext reboot the system and the audio would work again.

 

So thats what I did, fired up the Kext Utility installer, dropped in the AppleHDA out of the E7440_HS file pack and rebooted the system.

 

On reboot, I had the No Entry logo come up. So rebooting again and adding -v to see the error.

 

Error comes up as Error Loading Kernel Cache (0x1b)

 

I don't really want to reinstall the whole system again so is there any way I can fix this and get High Sierra working again.

 

Any help appreciated here, many thanks

 

 

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Thanks for replying Jake Lo.


In hindsight it was stupid of me to add that kext. the kext is AppleHDA_ALC292.kext I could have sworn it was the right kext to use to fix the audio that I had used in a past sierra build when this happened to me before, but as it was long ago i couldnt be sure.

 

Added UseKernelCache=No to the boot argument in Clover and tried to boot but came up with the no entry sign again :( Am I doing something wrong here?

 

 

 

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Afaik, you can no longer boot Clover without cache. I expect you'l have to resort to boot in single-use mode to remove your offending kext(s) and manually rebuild your cache with the usual commands (see FAQ section).

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Thank you for your reply Herve,


Sorry to ask but could I ask how I get into Single-User Mode from the clover boot menu using a Windows based keyboard

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Sorry that you have to deal with this idiot

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Indeed, you could try and learn some of the basics of Clover...

 

When at Clover main menu, select your target partition and press [SPACE]. Then use the menu option.

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