If I hold shift while starting up to boot into safe mode, it present a screen saying this in the background: You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. Posted 25 August – I now have a working setup on an old HDD testdisk. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook. Register a new account.

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Panic cpu 0 caller 0xffffffd All replies Drop Down menu. Use Disk Utility to completely repartition the drive. Anything installed on your drive is just another file.

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Sign In Sign Up. Not yet set Kernel version: Sign in with Twitter. Make sure the external drive has been partitioned as GUID so it is bootable. Jul 22, 5: That tells DU to completely rebuild the partition table. Already have an account?

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ioplatformexpeert.cpp Start over and do not use any such app as g-parted to do what OS X can handle itself, and that Disk Utility will do in the way Apple intends for their partition maps to be created.


The disks are slightly differently partitioned differently both using GUID. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Unable to replicate working install.

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Help!!! My Mac is broke and won’t start (unable to find driver ACPI)

Understanding and Debugging Kernel Panics. Posted December 1, I hope you will get it fixed. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.

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Attempting to install high sierra Removing that folder and the boot-file I managed to reinstall a working system. Tried a bunch of usb settings no success. It’s my best guess that its either part of the flash memory fknd the mother board or on the boot partition that I cannot access. You currently have javascript disabled. Any help would be appreciated!


Once the partitioning is done, close Disk Utility and clone your two OS partitions back. I didn’t have any particularly important files on the laptop, it will be a bit of a nuisance but not worth the money to buy this. A few months ago during while clearing up space and reinstalling a fresh copy of Mountain Lion, I accidentally used a legacy m-audio universal midi driver that installed firmware on the boot disk.

I googled the panic code and it appears that you will need to reinstall the OS.

That’s what Disk Utility is for. Jul 22, 7: I will do another complete reinstall once this.