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Default 11-20-2009, 06:29 AM

Thing is, the extensions are actually stored in an Extensions.mkext cache. When I initially was playing around with the whole process, I couldn't get it to read the actual extensions, but it would read them from the cache. That's how it has worked ever since.

But here's what you can do: Download a tool called MKext Tool. Go to the /Extra/10.x folder in the Preboot.dmg file and open the Extensions.mkext in MKext Tool. You need to extract it to an empty folder on your harddrive, then add you own kexts to the same folder. Then, repack it using MKext Tool, and copy the new Extensions.mkext to replace the old one.

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