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    Thumbs up [SOLVED] Power down request after Installation

    I successfully installed Snow OSX Universal and then tried to fix my audio with a "package" (on a Gigabyte GA-G31M-S2L motherboard).

    I can only boot up in safe mode, but when I try normal boot, the m/c asks me to power the machine down !

    The verbose mode indeed gives me a kernel panic.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated !
    Last edited by Iluvatar; 05-16-2010 at 08:30 AM. Reason: question solved



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    Awww.....your first KP . Did you get it after you installed the audio driver? If so delete it and then repair permissions and then it's all good . If not boot verbose and it should give you an indication of what it's hangin on. Hope this helps

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    Thanks Dj for your kind reply

    Yes, I got it after I installed the audio driver. Now, PLEASE don't flame me but I don't know how to delete or uninstall this driver. (Now you can turn on the flame thrower)....

    .....but at least could someone please:
    i. direct me to somewhere I can learn how to do that

    or

    ii. tell me how to do it (I AM a fast learner).

    Thank again in advance.....

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    lol

    Okay you can try booting with -s flag and try deleting it. If you can't boot with -s, then boot with your OSX disc and open up a terminal and manually delete it:

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    cd /Volumes/[Your OSX Name Goes Here]/System/Library/Extensions
    rm -r [Kext your trying to delete]
    cd ..
    rm Extensions.mkext*
    substitute the stuff in brackets of course. Hope this helps

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    Thumbs up THANKS to Dj Osiris

    Firstly, I wish to give a big thank you to DJ Osiris for helping me unstick my Snow Leopard installation.

    I will post a new thread to continue my learning journey for the installation of drivers for my audio.


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    No problem I appreciate you coming back to say thanks.

 

 

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