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No surprises here but then I had been running some of the pre-releases.

 

Just the usual AppleHDA and OpenCL.framework patch. New nVidia web drivers finally fix the OpenCL power management bug so I reverted my patch and installed these.

I can confirm that....Stock drivers still didn't fix the PM bug but the new Nvidia drives did fix it.



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Works 'swell on my end, other than reinstalling AppleHDA.

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With Clover UEFI and kext inject, I click on update in the App Store and restart.  That's it. *Yawns*



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One more afterupdate

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good update had to reinstall chrome cause it slowed down to a crawl also my dsdt and audio need to be installed and besides that everything works great 


that itunes fix also fixed itunes radio bug where songs where not showing the right artist 



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Updated to 10.9.3 and using Clover. There is only one issue, the primary and secondary display switched. for the desktop, I can fix that in the panel, but the login window is now on the second display :(

 

Any idea how to fix that?



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Everyone seems to be using Clover UEFI.  Is that the best option for Haswell/IvyBridge and graphics in general or is Chameleon the better option for Intel Core 2 Duo and core 2 Quad processors/graphics with this latest release 10.9.3?

 

Thanks



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Everyone seems to be using Clover UEFI.  Is that the best option for Haswell/IvyBridge and graphics in general or is Chameleon the better option for Intel Core 2 Duo and core 2 Quad processors/graphics with this latest release 10.9.3?

 

Thanks

Chameleon can't be better in any situation. See my signature. All of these computers are controlled by Clover.



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Im using Clover on old hardware with no problems. For my needs chameleon would do just as well. I thought it was strange that everyone was pointing out that they are using Clover but I guess most feel its some kind of accomplishment. Simple things..



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Updated in my desktop in signature. I needed to re-install appleHDA.kext. But it increased the time to shutdown. The pc stops but fans go for furthers 15-20 seconds (same way when it miss patch or kext for shutdown) and then stop. I have 2 partitions alternatively updated and in 10.9.2 partition this does'nt happen. I have chameleon and fixed and patched DSDT in /extra e /extra/Acpi

 

Any idea?



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Any issues with HD7950? Thinking of updating from 10.9.2



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updated without problem, H77M-D3h and a R9 270x. (Have to install bootloader to EFI partition for the 270x to work) 



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Any issues with HD7950? Thinking of updating from 10.9.2

No problem with Clover Inject ATI+Hamachi FB, how are you using it?



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I used the niresh distro. I kinda forgot what I did to it to make it work ( remember deleting all intelHd kext) and it worked, and messed around with the  cables and ports to make the second monitor work( Had to use it on DVI, on HDMi it would go blank when I booted the machine). Now everything works like a Mac, except facetime and iMessage. Even got a non-supported CSR bluetooth module to work by messing around with it.

 

I'd like to update to the newest release, but I'd like to have a backup of my drive in case anything goes wrong. What should I use? I have an SSD + an HDD



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Apple never stops!! 

goes is like this until the OS X 10.10  :D



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New update came up to me: Safari 7.0.4



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Indeed. Installed it an hour ago: no perceivable changes, but some security enhancements under the hood.

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Everyone seems to be using Clover UEFI.  Is that the best option for Haswell/IvyBridge and graphics in general or is Chameleon the better option for Intel Core 2 Duo and core 2 Quad processors/graphics with this latest release 10.9.3?

 

It depends. I have Z77 + Ivy Bridge and I'm sticking with Chameleon until I need to do something that it can't do.

As far as I know, any OS X supported Haswell/Ivy IGPU works fine with both Chameleon and Clover.

 

I tried Clover on a flash drive just to check it out and it's great and everything, but I don't need it.

 

It feels like Chameleon's days could be numbered though, development seems to have stopped completely and current Chameleon svn r2378 does not compile with XCode 5.1.1:

    [CC] stringTable.c
stringTable.c:43:1: error: unused function 'keyncmp' [-Werror,-Wunused-function]
keyncmp(const char *str, const char *key, int n)
^
1 error generated.
make[3]: *** [/Users/Gringo/Downloads/chameleon/trunk/obj/i386/libsaio/stringTable.o] Error 1
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1


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without problems, 10.9.3 update via App Store, reboot, all stuff is working, nothing else to do



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I have installed OS X 10.9 on my machine when first it was launched, been 7-8 months already and I never bothered to update. So how do I update from 10.9 to 10.9.3?

My machine is Dell XPS L501x. Let me know if I need to provide any more info

 

 

Updated without problem, patched graphics kexts & replaced AppleHDA.

All fine ....  :thumbsup_anim:

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How do you replace AppleHDA? By installing the old kext?

 

 

No surprises here but then I had been running some of the pre-releases.

 

Just the usual AppleHDA and OpenCL.framework patch. New nVidia web drivers finally fix the OpenCL power management bug so I reverted my patch and installed these.

 

I have XPS L501x and nVidia 435m. So after updating to 10.9.3, can I install these drivers?

 

apply path in AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.

 

Whats this?

With Clover UEFI and kext inject, I click on update in the App Store and restart.  That's it. *Yawns*

Whats kext inject?







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