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Discuss [iAtkos] 2.0i > Install problem Extention "com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_platformplugin" at the Installation - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by jekkil Hi, concernign this error "com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin", I get it also on my ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jekkil View Post
    Hi,

    concernign this error "com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin", I get it also on my Asus W7J.

    I have tried to install from Kalyway 10.5.2 but it hangs on boot from dvd, due this error.
    I have then mounted the iso in linux and have deleted the extension plugins that define that plugin.
    Then I have succeeded to install the OS on my laptop, but then on reboot from HD, it crashes due to the same error.
    I have seen that there is a method, to remove it, but I can even reach a prompt to execute it !
    So is there a special command after F8 I can type to avoid the loading of the faulty plugin to be abble to reach a real prompt and then remove the .kext that cause the problem ?

    Thanks for any advice !

    Jekkil
    If you has com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin on DVD boot, nothing to do, only can try use other OSX DVD;

    IF you has com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin on HDD boot, look here: http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=43669
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    Cool Yeah I know

    For error on dvd boot, as I have mentioned, I have solve this by editing the ISO and removing the faulty plugin.
    Concerning the solution you refer, I have seen it before of course, but I can't reach a prompt, even with -S at darwin prompt.
    I press F8, type -S, then Enter ... but it crashes on the plugin error before having the chance to get a prompt !

    Another guy told me to test -x -v on darwin prompt. I will try these tonight and see if I have more luck, but I am quite pessimist.

    I really understand that I should get somewhere a prompt to be able to edit the HD content and remove this plugin, but I need an entry point to do this !

    Latest chance would be to get my HD out of my laptop, mount on my linux system, edit it and put it back to my laptop.
    But this is really "last chance" solution and need more time to make it in practice

    Quote Originally Posted by f41qu3 View Post
    If you has com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin on DVD boot, nothing to do, only can try use other OSX DVD;

    IF you has com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin on HDD boot, look here: http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=43669
    Last edited by jekkil; 09-10-2008 at 04:59 PM.

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    Talking

    Finally I succeed.
    I boot again from DVD, but in place letting the installation goes again, I asked a terminal.
    Then I swa thet the HD was mounted automatically and go in *.kext to remove what was problematic, reboot and then the error has dissapeared !

    Note that the solution mentionned is valid in fact, but should me more explicit how to get a terminal if when booting from HD, we are stuck at the error before getting any chance to get a prompt

    Thanks for the support

    Jekkil

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    Good news. Problema solved.
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    Hi,

    I have the same error when booting from DVD. Is there any way you could tell me how to remove the faulty plugin from the ISO?

    I would really appreciate your answer. Please help me

    Thanks,
    zoidi


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    Zoidi you can mount the iso on a Linux system if you have one (mount with fs type of mac), modify the iso and then unmount and burn the iso.
    If I remember well I do it like that.

    I have found this info somewhere in this forum.

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    Gotta love the fact that google finds this thread . Anyway seeing as I'm once again on the hackintosh path, I revisited this topic. Now as apparently someone found a solution (deleting the kext(s)in question), I'm just wondering how to go about that. I have a linux install running on another machine and I can mount iAtkos or KalyWay however (mount *.iso /dev/temp_iso -0 loop) but I am unable to see anything besides 'files' such as boot, chain0, boot0 etc..

    Now I suppose that could be a problem with my way of mounting but I wouldn't have a clue how to do it any other way . Mounting it via mount -t udf (or ufs or hfs for that matter) simply give me an error and won't let me mount.

    Another thing that might help is instead of deleting the kexts changing them to those of 10.4 as described here.

    Anyway anyone have any tips for mounting / editing (which is the most important part naturally) the iso? Also if I do manage to be able to mount it where can I find the kexts in question to remove em?

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    By the way, I've seen so much "delete that" or "try another one" thread/posts around here and insanelymac... What is this kext for the first place?

    Does it get used in other configurations? (hardware-wise)

    I've got an MSI PR200 with a T7250-2Ghz, 2GB, Intel GM965 and ICH8M and SATA HDD. All components are in the HCL and said to be working, but neither Leopard (i've tried iAtkos and ToH) nor Tiger start the install. I'm a bit pissed, mainly of the unknowns here.

 

 
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