redband123 wrote:Is it possible to rebuild prelinked kernel cache with Kext Wizard or Kext Utility rather then use kextcache command in terminal?Shaneee wrote:You have a Yosemite install yes? Run this command from there replacing HDD with your El Capitan partition name.Yes I have Yosemite on a seperate drive as well as a copy El Capitan also on a seperate drive. I presume that Yosemite can be used for this command because of system protection in El Capitan?
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sudo kextcache -u /Volumes/"HDD"
Does "sudo kextcache -u /Volumes/HDD[/code]" do the same thing as "sudo kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel"?
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