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    Default Boot sequence stucks at "Kernel is LP64"

    Hello there, I was successfully running a vanilla OSX 10.6.2 installation on an ACER 5920. After upgrading to 10.6.3 I decided to restore (via TM) to 10.6.2.
    Atfer that, I had to reinstall chameleon (otherwise it cannot boot), but now the whole boot sequence stops after the message "Kernel is LP64".
    Any idea on how to fix the issue?
    Thank you!



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    hi,
    Kernel is LP64: you are booting 64 bit Kernel .
    If you never boot in 64 mode, set it back to 32 mode.
    try boot in single user (-s) run the disk verify (/sbin/fsck -fy).
    good luck.
    either way,the is the winner..

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    As far as I remember, I booted the original 10.6.2 still on LP64.
    Anyway I'll try!
    Thank you

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    Booting in 32bit mode doesn't solve the issue, the boot sequence hangs at the line before ("BSD root: ..") with no error.
    Any idea?

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    can you boot with -v and get the screen shot, so someone can get the figure what to figure..?


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    Here it is:



    Thank you

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    looks like some kexts just dont load properly. Have you try clean the caches?
    or may be boot with -f -s and fix permissions...
    Last edited by dongqkong; 04-19-2010 at 12:56 PM.

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    unfortunately it didn't work.
    :-(

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    is it the usb? check this -->here <--
    either way,the is the winner..

 

 

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