I've recently made a thread that I was unable to boot without removing NVDAResman, and this problem is the same as that, just on another PC, and I will post some more info on what I'm installing in this thread so that someone will hopefully find what I'm doing wrong!
I have googled and found that many other people are experiencing this exact issue; that they are unable to boot correctly without using safe mode (-x) or deleting NVDAResman.kext and/or GeForce.kext. This is not acceptable as by doing so removes any chance of activating QE/CI.
Update! So I somehow fixed it. Took me a good week to get it going but yay! This is what I did, don't know which part fixed it: Reinstalled iDeneb v1.6, chose 9.7.0 kernel anv, did not select any nvidia enablers and not even GT200, just NvidiaID. Booted up in safe mode (-x) also had to set cpus=1 or it wouldnt boot. Then I went and downloaded the drivers from netkas.org/?p=109 (the check-fix in one of the first comments) and netkas.org/?p=107 Then I rebooted into -s, fixed the permissions for ATY_Init.kext (see last link), also deleted Extensions.mkext and rebooted. Viola. So if anyone can tell me how to screenshot proof, I will gladly do so.
(Note that this "guide" will probably only work for people with GT2xx gfx cards, and most probably not all of you)