Shaneee wrote:I'm sure these issues are related to the kernel. The one I linked to should be more stable and therefore should allow the caches to be rebuilt.Have replaced kernel with the one you suggested and am now able to successfully execute the command to rebuild prelinked kernel, which is great so thank you for that.
If the kernel is in the correct location and it "can't" find it then you could always keep the kernel on the root of the HDD and tell Enoch where it is.
However I get a vertical black bar to the right of the hand icon used for scrolling etc as in the attachment - all other mouse icons are fine.
I still have the issue of starting in safe mode or starting with the -v flag I get a panic error "unable to find driver for this platform \ACPI\". The only way I can avoid the panic is by using the kev-dev-mode=1 flag - I can boot in safe mode or verbose mode. Unusual don't you think?
CPU: AMD Athlon II X3 445 3.1GHZ
Motherboard MSI 770-C45 AM3
GPU nVidea Geforce 8400GS
LAN Integrated RTL 8111DL
Sound Integrated Realtek ALC888S/ ALC885USB
4 Hard Drives with different OS'S Win 7, Win 8.1, MacOS X Yosemite and MAC OS X El Capitan 10.11.3
Have a another PC with Win 10 on it.
Bootloader: Enoch for El Capitan
I use USB Wacom Tablet and Pen instead of a mouse plus a USB Keyboard