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    Default About to Update iATKOS 10.5.5. Quick Question

    In the instructions in his WIKI there is a line:

    It is better to use the stock kernel. If any custom kernel is selected then you will need to replace the System.kext with the one in /Library/Temp after applying the update.

    Where will I need to put the System.kext that is put in /Library/Temp after the update? I did not use the stock kernel. I loaded the last one in the list of custom kernels.



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    I believe that I used old 9.2.0 toh kernel because I was having a few issues with the stock kernel on my first install.

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    you have to install it here: /System/Library/Extensions

    You can use kext helper or osx86 tools for it

    Btw, did you to install voodoo kernel?
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