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    Default how to disable kext load from bootloader

    I'm having the problem described here:
    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=928

    while trying to install from JaS.10.4.8.Intel.SSE3.Only.Install.DVD.iso on my Sony Vaio VGN-FE880E laptop.

    I was told to delete the appleintelCPUpowermanagement.kext, but the kernel panic happens when I boot to install, at the very beggining, so I don't reach the package selection stage, nor anything, it's as soon as it starts booting to install...

    The BIOS settings don't have the ability to disable power management nor anything...

    Is there any way to disable the loading of that kext, by passing some argument to the bootloader? what other option can I try?

    Thanks in advance!!!

    juaid



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    Try adding -f to boot options to force kext cache rebuild.
    (Since it still references that removed kext)

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    The thing is that I have never removed the kext, since I have never been able to install OSX!!!

    I want to install it for the first time!!!

    But when booting to install, I receive that kernel panic...

    So what I want to know, is if there's any option I can give to the bootloader to not load that kext...

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    Oh, if your talking about booting the installer DVD, that is a different issue.
    Sorry can't help there.

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    You'll probably need to invoke bootloader keyswitches (ACPI, OSX86, ADP2,1)...


 

 

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