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    eh too late for me...needed the hard drive for something else...already formatted...will try again later

    btw...does ne1 know where is the quick reply button??? i cant seem to find it
    Before you ask any question, try searching it first.
    Search Button is ur best friend...so is google.

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    TESTING 4 PCs and 1 Macbook . Only the macbook works perfectly .

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    The Quick Reply button is next to the multiquote button in the lower-right area of each post.

    I found a way to fix this problem that xtreme571 was having.

    You will need a copy of AppleHWSensor.kext. If Im able to post it here, I will upload it. Its just that I cant find the forum rules and until I can get confirmation I will not upload the kext. [ brackets ] is my configuration

    1. Boot up with -f
    2. Open up a Terminal, and cd to the directory where you have the kext [/10410backup]
    3. sudo cp -R AppleHWSensor.kext /System/Library/Extensions
    4. If you have Extensions.kextcache and Extensions.mkext in Extensions folder, delete them.
    5. Open Disk Utility and repair permissions.
    6. Reboot normally.

    And if you are asking, when doing aRt's method, mDNSResponder and two other KernelEvents start panicking and give 8 tries to boot before giving up the job. This can be bypassed by launching in safemode (-f) and you can apply the method above.

    It worked for me

 

 
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