Reported by ping ping, May 20, 2012
Instant reboot after loading kexts when try to boot Mountain Lion 10.8 DP1/2/3/4. After several reboot, sometimes can boot ML successfully but most not. Using the boot Rev648 fixed by Netkas can boot 10.8 & 10.7, but can not correctly recognize memory speed. Using Rev755 can boot without any problems, only missing kernel cache feature. I wonder why the newly build can not boot ML, but the older ones Rev 648 & 755 can boot without any issues. It would be very appreciated if someone can combine the features of Rev 648 & 755 above and build a new one for us. I have learnt that many people experienced the same issue. Thanks.
Comment 1 by Cosmosis Jones, May 20, 2012
are you on the trunk? we are on like rev 19xxx
Comment 2 by Cosmosis Jones, May 20, 2012
Comment 3 by Cosmosis Jones, May 20, 2012
you have kernel and system kext mismatches . there is no problem booting 10.7/10.8 on the current trunk delete your caches
Comment 4 by ping ping, May 29, 2012
I downloaded the lastest trunk and compiled on Lion 10.7(because Xcode is not installed on 10.8), and then deleted /System/Libary/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches of Mountain Lion 10.8. The kernel is the original kernel installed by DP3(206j now). I did not use any other kernel. Mostly, may be 6 of 10 times, it can boot 10.8 successfully. And sometimes, probably 3 of 10, just instant reboot. I tried to boot with flags -v -f UseKernelCache=No and even deleted my dsdt, there is no effect. The reboot is so fast that I can not see any useful messages on the screen. As I wrote, the rev.648 fixed by Netkas and rev.755 can boot my Mountain Lion 10.8 without any such issues. Since I am not the only one who are experiencing this issue(I knew some guys in China), I suppose there is a bug introduced in the source after rev.755. My machine is a HP CQ202 notebook. GM45/CPU T9400/Memory 4G 800MHZ/Geforce 9200M/Conexant cx20561/WIFI BCM94321/BT BCM92070 Thanks in advance.