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  1. myhack won't even run on my D420 10.6.8 laptop unless I run 3.1.x or older which doesn't support 10.9. Might have something to do with it not being a Core 2 Duo (it's just a Core Duo) - no 64bit support. I had used my sisters real Macbook Pro with 10.6.8 (intel Core i7 64bit) to make my 10.9 USB installer a month or so ago. Won't be seeing her for a few more weeks and I have no other access to real Macbooks.
  2. lol. whoops, I tried the 'AppleIntelCPUPowerMangement fix' or 'patch' or whatever its called in the new myhack 3.3.1 and it blew up my 10.8.5 partition... -f -v -x doesn't even work... oh well... I had a bit of time (my 1 month old kid finally fell asleep for a while) so I tried redoing my 10.9 installer USB and I've tried a few different ways but I always get "The OS X installation couldn't be completed" when I boot from it and it forces me to shutdown or reboot... never seen that before using myhack 3.2 beta 8. I think I'm going to take a break from this for a while and regroup at a later time... Especially since I only have a 10.6.8 D420 left now and it can't even run the latest myhack on it (incompatible with 10.6.8) to make another USB installer (and too lazy to reinstall 10.8.5 for the millionth time). steno, I'm leaving it up to you to figure it out and give detailed instructions on how to get 10.9 installed lol Anyways, thanks for all your help everyone. I'll definitely keep monitoring this thread to see how it progresses.
  3. Hmm I'll let steno take this one, I'm swamped for the next week or so, don't think I'll have time to reinstall 10.9 to get a screenshot of the error again (the partition is currently wiped). I WAS using Myhack 3.2 BETA 8 (which was the latest version available the last time I tried to load 10.9 a few weeks ago - I now see 3.3.1 is out). OSX 10.9 is my target... don't really care about 10.8.x if I can get 10.9 working.
  4. Oh I see. I haven't checked in the SLE folder on 10.8.5 for null. Will check tonight. I assumed it was not null, but I'm sure you are right You seem to know this stuff a lot better than I do.
  5. The one on the osxlatitude Bootpack page for 10.8 and E6220's ( http://www.osxlatitude.com/packs/Dell/Dell_Latitude_e6220-ml.zip ). And yes immediately after installing 10.8.5 fresh I installed the supplemental update. No issues at all. Sleep works... not sure about power management (not really sure how to check that even lol) but I assume it works... I've been holding out on getting 10.9 working so I haven't used this E6220 too much under 10.8.5.
  6. I installed 10.8.5 fresh, no upgrade from 10.8.2, perhaps that's the difference
  7. Strange cause I have no issues with 10.8.5 ML
  8. 4GB ram here (2x2GB). It must be the processor though... I'm guessing most ppl have an i5, not an i7 processor. I have sent my dsdt stuff to Jake Lo and he did send me a custom Extras bundle but unfortunately it did not solve the problem. Not sure what else can be done, but I'm sure that there will be plenty of other people that run into this same problem in due time (since Mavericks is now out) and that someone much smarter than you or I will figure it out Just need to wait and see
  9. Glad I'm not the only one with this issue anymore I'm sure we'll figure it out eventually. Must be related to our processor.
  10. I'm sure that will work as I did that a week or so ago and it was fine with null. Just hoping to get it working without using null.
  11. That worked! I installed with -f -v -x AND after the install booted up for the first time with -f -v -x and it worked! I used EE's provided to me by Jake Lo. w00t! Testing now to see if there is anything broken. (Still running through wizard right now). EDIT: Haha, well, booting in safe mode works... in regular mode I still get the usual AppleIntelCPUPowerMangement Kernel Panic Hmmm
  12. Tried your Extra's (manually deleted my SLE AppleIntelCPUPowerMangement.kext before installing yours via MyHack) but unfortunately I still get a kernel panic on it Any chance this is related to a BIOS setting that I might have misconfigured? Wondering if I should maybe give one of you pros access to my 10.9 Mac via TeamViewer or something so that you can take a look over of it
  13. Hmm, AppleIntelCPUPowerMangement KP Will have to look into this more next week, heading out of town for the weekend.
  14. I'm going to re-install 10.9 with Extra's that tarfoh provided to me yesterday (I had provided him my DSDT and SSDT files yesterday). If that somehow fails I might try your Extra's chleea daspazz: I had done that, yes (installed latest Chameleon). Issue I've always had is with AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext. Hopefully this clean install that I'm doing now will result in a fully functional system like I already have under 10.8.5.
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