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    I just upgraded to the new Snow Leopard version (I believe it's 10.6.2) and now receive an error message upon bootup, telling me to reboot.
    I will post pictures of it below.
    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b3...1-11104501.jpg

    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b3...1-11104536.jpg

    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b3...1-11104657.jpg

    How can I fix this or backtrack to 10.6.1?
    I have tried booting up into safe mode, single-user mode, and verbose mode, all with the same outcome...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proxin View Post
    I just upgraded to the new Snow Leopard version (I believe it's 10.6.2) and now receive an error message upon bootup, telling me to reboot.
    I will post pictures of it below.
    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b3...1-11104501.jpg

    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b3...1-11104536.jpg

    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b3...1-11104657.jpg

    How can I fix this or backtrack to 10.6.1?
    I have tried booting up into safe mode, single-user mode, and verbose mode, all with the same outcome...
    Am facing the same issue, Infact I tried to reinstall 10.6.1 and during setup am getting this panic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunt View Post
    Am facing the same issue, Infact I tried to reinstall 10.6.1 and during setup am getting this panic...
    So it's not just me then. Does anyone have a solution to this problem? Has anyone been able to upgrade without having problems?

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    netkas.org website he says to
    remove dsmos kext and use fakesmc.kext
    also remove mkext from cache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ariadri View Post
    netkas.org website he says to
    remove dsmos kext and use fakesmc.kext
    also remove mkext from cache.
    How to do this?
    What mode do I boot in & where do I find this fakesmc.kext?


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    I can't boot into any mode; how would I remove the dsmos and mkext & use that fakesmc?

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    looking for help on this too. same thing happening to me as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proxin View Post
    I can't boot into any mode; how would I remove the dsmos and mkext & use that fakesmc?
    Thanks ariadri! Removing dsmos.kext worked for me too. I booted off the DVD which I have on a partition and then ran terminal from the installer.

    I have Chameleon on the EFI so I had to:

    sudo -s
    mkdir /Volumes/EFI; mount_hfs /dev/disk0s1 /Volumes/EFI;
    rm -r /Volumes/EFI/Extra/10.6/Extensions/dsmos.kext
    rm -r /Volumes/EFI/Extra/10.6/Extensions/Extensions.mkext
    umount /Volumes/EFI; rmdir /Volumes/EFI
    reboot

    I also fixed the permissions on the disk using DiskUtil in the installer.

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pughjs View Post
    Thanks ariadri! Removing dsmos.kext worked for me too. I booted off the DVD which I have on a partition and then ran terminal from the installer.

    I have Chameleon on the EFI so I had to:

    sudo -s
    mkdir /Volumes/EFI; mount_hfs /dev/disk0s1 /Volumes/EFI;
    rm -r /Volumes/EFI/Extra/10.6/Extensions/dsmos.kext
    rm -r /Volumes/EFI/Extra/10.6/Extensions/Extensions.mkext
    umount /Volumes/EFI; rmdir /Volumes/EFI
    reboot

    I also fixed the permissions on the disk using DiskUtil in the installer.

    Hope this helps.
    It helped to get me to be able to boot without kernel panic but now it just loops on boot.
    I've booted with -v and seen that it's waiting for dsmos still... what can I do to get it to forget about dsmos?
    It also mentioned something about PowerManagement failing... but I don't have PowerManagement configured anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proxin View Post
    It helped to get me to be able to boot without kernel panic but now it just loops on boot.
    I've booted with -v and seen that it's waiting for dsmos still... what can I do to get it to forget about dsmos?
    It also mentioned something about PowerManagement failing... but I don't have PowerManagement configured anyway.

    Hmm, very strange. Assuming that when you look at the Extra Extension folder both the files are removed I can only guess that perhaps you have Extra folders in two places, perhaps one on the EFI and another in the root of your main drive? You might also try booting with -f -v, or -f -v arch=i386 to see if you can get it to boot.

    Hope this helps.


 

 
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