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D630 stuck at "Missing bluetooth controller"


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First of all I want to say thank you for the management. It's unexpected  that I can install OS X on my old laptop.

 

Ok.. the problem is after I do an update from 10.9.4 to 10.9.5, and then it stuck at "Missing bluetooth controller". But it can be boot with "bootflag -f".

 

or, set kernel.plist file " KernelBooter_kexts = Yes " also works well...

 

This totally make me confused ..  I've been replaced the mach_kernel of 10.9.5.

PLS help..Thanks..

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We'll assume it's the nVidia model. Based on your short description, it sounds like you're not initialising graphics. I don't understand why you would need or want to replace after an update from 10.9.4 to 10.9.5 when it's actually part of the update.

 

You also seem to be using Enoch so rather than boot without cache (-f or KernelBooter_kexts=Yes), rebuild it!

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It's worked. Thanks!

Actually I've been did it(rebuild the cache)..  It's just,, I used "kext utility" on the partition where already had a Sierra on it. At this time I replaced the utility to Mavericks's partition.. Maybe it's the reason..

 

I'd use 10.9.4 because I can't find the image of 10.9.5.

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