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I have already succes run ML using iA***tkos L2

but when i boot i often got Waiting For DSMOS for a long time, so because it takes long time i restart my PC and then sometime it became fast to past/complete Waiting For DSMOS message.

So what's wrong with my mackintosh?

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try to install latest FakeSMC goodluck

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hello

that dsmos arrive.. generally is graphics.. but only u know u hardware..

u want help.. but u must help who want's help u...

u never ask to uself why in the hell, so many people use in profile signature they hardware ?

and update u signature

good hack

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sorry mister i was made a mistake, now i have already insert my signature which is contaning information about my specification. so can u help me?

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Old FakeSMC can be at fault some times.

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hello

see if u graphics are well enable

Gráficas ATI

good hack

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put this into terminal to see if you need to use PCIRootUID onto org.cham.boot
bdmesg | grep PCI-Root-UID
then if you get a restult like PCIRootUID=0/1 put desired value in org.cham.boot.plis like:
<key>Kernal Flags</key>
<string>PCIRootUID=1</string>

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put this into terminal to see if you need to use PCIRootUID onto org.cham.boot
bdmesg | grep PCI-Root-UID
then if you get a restult like PCIRootUID=0/1 put desired value in org.cham.boot.plis like:
<key>Kernal Flags</key>
<string>PCIRootUID=1</string>


He does not have a dual CPU system so it would not be a 1





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