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battery worked

atheros wifi at this time does not run 9285

you need autheros kext to make it work. My version injected just BCM94352 driver.



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you need autheros kext to make it work. My version injected just BCM94352 driver.

 

HD4000 does not work but it did not work I got was 0x01660000-0x01660009 7 mb seems

 

screen is not transparent 



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Hi all!

 

I got a problem with installation of Yosemite on Asus Zenbook UX32A. Everything that I found I have posted in this thread. If you guys got a minute, please take a look on my problem. Thanks a lot!



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Oke, i will test that when i'm home ;)

yeah the extentions are not needed for the installation? right?

and what you say about the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext do i have to put it in my usb or not? and is NullCpuPowerManagement.kext needed? 

 

thanks for your support

 

Did you manage to get this working?



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Hi All!

i have asus ux31a (i5,4gb,128SSD). i changed wlan module on compatible ar5b9195(bt+wifi)

i installed os x 10.10

Works: wireless, bluetooth, audio.

Not works: multitouch, card reader, does not change the brightness

 

I have a problem with the appearance of motion artifacts when the system starts on HD4000. Close and open of cover can solve problem.

who knows how to solve the problem?

 

bootloader: Clover 2988

ig-platform-id = 0x01660009

Duallink = 0

vram = 512

I suppose that maximum vram of bios is 512mb but system wants 1024 of maximum memory.

 

On chameleon i have same problem with graphics. On 10.8.3 graphics and brightness works 



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I have a problem with the appearance of motion artifacts when the system starts on HD4000. Close and open of cover can solve problem.

who knows how to solve the problem?

 

 

This is sort of a known problem as far as I know, and I do know that the problem happened after 10.9. I have this problem myself on my UX32VD and I have tried everything in my power for over a year to fix it. I'd like to test out a BIOS mod where the GOP and VBIOS is upgraded to 2170 instead of 2137 that the UX32VD is equipped with in BIOS 214, however doing so is risky business.  The problem is either:

 

1. The screen used in the ZenBooks are eDP connector displays. AppleIntelFramebufferCapri does not like eDP and has in fact no support for it.

2. The GOP/VBIOS driver is causing a ruckus. Upgrading it with a BIOS mod might get it working.

3. Apple's capri driver is s**** and in 10.9 they removed VGA compatibility. This might be the reason why it's going bananas.

 

The current temporary solution to the problem is:

 

1. Sleep the display once the computer starts. BrightnessFix or Blinkscreen can do this automatically on login. You can also create a hotspot in one of the corners in the screensaver settings to sleep the screen.

2. Change the ig-platform-id to 0166000A. That will make it think the screen is a HDMI/DP connected external display which solves the issue without any need to sleep the display. It'll boot correctly every single time, but it'll make you unable to change screen brightness and the laptop lid won't sleep the computer. Sleep through the menu will also not work anymore as the display will not awaken again.

 

So pick your solution and stick with it until a fix is found which might never happen. 



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Re; P States

 

NVM, I learned a tonne last night and got it figured out.  Seems things have changed quite a bit since this image I restored :)



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This is sort of a known problem as far as I know, and I do know that the problem happened after 10.9. I have this problem myself on my UX32VD and I have tried everything in my power for over a year to fix it. I'd like to test out a BIOS mod where the GOP and VBIOS is upgraded to 2170 instead of 2137 that the UX32VD is equipped with in BIOS 214, however doing so is risky business.  The problem is either:

 

1. The screen used in the ZenBooks are eDP connector displays. AppleIntelFramebufferCapri does not like eDP and has in fact no support for it.

2. The GOP/VBIOS driver is causing a ruckus. Upgrading it with a BIOS mod might get it working.

3. Apple's capri driver is s**** and in 10.9 they removed VGA compatibility. This might be the reason why it's going bananas.

 

The current temporary solution to the problem is:

 

1. Sleep the display once the computer starts. BrightnessFix or Blinkscreen can do this automatically on login. You can also create a hotspot in one of the corners in the screensaver settings to sleep the screen.

2. Change the ig-platform-id to 0166000A. That will make it think the screen is a HDMI/DP connected external display which solves the issue without any need to sleep the display. It'll boot correctly every single time, but it'll make you unable to change screen brightness and the laptop lid won't sleep the computer. Sleep through the menu will also not work anymore as the display will not awaken again.

 

So pick your solution and stick with it until a fix is found which might never happen. 

 

Thanks for idea with 0166000A. I don't now this temporary solve.

I noticed that artefacts shows when injects or ejects power adapter in power off mode. I suppose thats bug in power management.

Artefacts shows when in section "IOPowerManagement" = {"DevicePowerState"=3,"CapabilityFlags"=49152,"CurrentPowerState"=3,"MaxPowerState"=3} missing substring "DevicePowerState"=3

in this code from ioreg

 

    | |   | | +-o display0  <class IODisplayConnect, id 0x10000032d, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (7 ms), retain 6>

    | |   | | | | {

    | |   | | | | }

    | |   | | | | 

    | |   | | | +-o AppleBacklightDisplay  <class AppleBacklightDisplay, id 0x10000032e, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (0 ms), retain 8>

    | |   | | |     {

    | |   | | |       "IOClass" = "AppleBacklightDisplay"

    | |   | | |       "CFBundleIdentifier" = "com.apple.iokit.IOGraphicsFamily"

    | |   | | |       "IOProviderClass" = "IODisplayConnect"

    | |   | | |       "DisplayProductID" = 4931

    | |   | | |       "IODisplayEDID" = <00ffffffffffff000dae43130000000034150104a51c10780293ada9534c9625114f5300000001010101010101010101010101010101363680a0703820402e1e24001aa510000018242480a0703820402e1e24001aa510000$

    | |   | | |       "IODisplayPrefsKey" = "IOService:/AppleACPIPlatformExpert/PCI0@0/AppleACPIPCI/IGPU@2/AppleIntelFramebuffer@0/display0/AppleBacklightDisplay-dae-1343"

    | |   | | |       "IODisplayParameters" = {"commit"={"reg"=0},"rgsc"={"min"=0,"max"=65536,"value"=65536},"bgsc"={"min"=0,"max"=65536,"value"=65536},"fade-time3"={"min"=0,"max"=10000,"value"=500},"brightness"={"min"$

    | |   | | |       "IOProbeScore" = 3000

    | |   | | |       "IOPowerManagement" = {"DevicePowerState"=3,"CapabilityFlags"=49152,"CurrentPowerState"=3,"MaxPowerState"=3}

    | |   | | |       "IOMatchCategory" = "IODefaultMatchCategory"

    | |   | | |       "IODisplayAttributes" = {"IODisplayAttributes"=<676174760000000073676c6600000000726c6f630100000063706220020000006364670080808000676c666400000000>}

    | |   | | |       "IODisplayConnectFlags" = <00080000>

    | |   | | |       "DisplayVendorID" = 3502

    | |   | | |       "DisplaySerialNumber" = 0

    | |   | | |     }







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