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Fix Kernel panic by Apple Intel CPU Power Management kext

Running Mac OS X in PC is Tricky and a little bit hard but professionals always find out a way
This article is about fixing a common issue in Hackintosh computers, Kernel panic by Apple Intel CPU Power Management kext (Specially in AMD Machines)
This kext is specially designed to work with apple computers to manage the power (The name says it all)
but in Hackintosh its a real problem.

Kernel-Panic-Example-Picture

NullCpuPowermanagement or disabler kext can be used to bypass the kernel panic but they don’t work always as expected
Sometimes you may see the following kernel panic message:
“panic(cpu 0 caller 0xffffff7f82018cc9) : No HPETs available…CPU(s) configured incorrectly”
Kernel Extension in backtrace: com.apple.driver.AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement
This guide will explain how to fix the problem

This kernel panic look like the following pictures

AMD-Apple-Intel-CPU-Power-Management-Kext-Kernel-Panic-2

Apple-Intel-CPU-Power-Management-Kernel-Panic-Apple-Logo-2

This panic may occur even after successful boot or even in account creation Menu

You need a Mac OS X bootable media (USB/ISO) Like Niresh’s Distro (Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks or Any Newer Versions if Available) to fix this problem

Boot using the Installer Media

Open Terminal by Clicking The “Utilities” Menu ( The Screen may vary according to your bootable media)

 

Open-Terminal-Mac-OS-X-Installer

After Opening type the following code and press enter

ls /Volumes

You’ll see a message like in the picture spot your volume name where you installed Mac OS X in this case its “Mac”

Read also
Guide to Debugging Your Hackintosh

 

Find-out-your-OS-X-Boot-Volume

after spotting out use the following command to remove (Actually backup) AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext from the OS X Volume
Replace “Mac” with your Volume Name (Case Sensitive and Include in Quotes Example: “Mac” )

Move-AppleIntel-CPU-Power-Management-Kext
mv /Volumes/"Mac"/System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPU* /Volumes/"Mac"

Press Enter after typing the above command
Now you are safe to reboot & the problem has been fixed, you can reboot from the menu or use the command

reboot

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