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In Topic: (Solucionado) problema error boot1

01 July 2015 - 09:45 PM

Debes verificar en que disco se esta instalando Clover y asegurarte que sea en modo legacy para que añada los archivos boot al sector de arranque y partición. Para seleccionar el disco destino durante la instalación de Clover debes ir a "cambiar ubicación de la instalación..." y seleccionar una partición del disco donde tengas la EFI preparada, luego en "personalizar" selecciona al menos un "gestor de arranque" para que instale los archivos boot y listo.


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In Topic: Updating BIOS to UEFI on z68ap-d3 (rev. 1)

27 June 2015 - 06:04 PM

And that is on a rev1 with the U1A firmware? I wasn't the only one complaining about the fan control issue in that thread so yours working is really strange. Can you take a picture of your bios in the fan control and voltages screens?


In the end, even in the best of cases I think this update won't really solve the OP's problem and still advice him to apply that patch and fix his DSDT first before updating his motherboard and graphics firmwares.

In Topic: [GUIDE] USB Fix El Capitan 10.11

27 June 2015 - 05:51 PM

I can't make my Etron "EJ168" USB 3 ports work, everything looks fine on ioreg and system profile, any plugged device is recognized but they just don't work (USB3 pen drive isn't mounted, webcam isn't detected by FaceTime).


I've renamed the device XHC1 in my DSDT and have the USB 3 patches on KextsToPatch which worked fine in 10.10. Perhaps the patch needs to be updated?


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In Topic: Updating BIOS to UEFI on z68ap-d3 (rev. 1)

27 June 2015 - 05:21 PM

The problem is most noticeable at boot when the CPU fan won't even start, under load within the OS it may turn on sometimes but it's very slow. The "solution" is to plug the CPU fan to another socket like "system fan" but that will just make it run full speed all the time (very loud!). 


Hey, your U1A is dated 22/12/13 while mine is 9/5/12. Perhaps you have a custom one? Where did you get it from?


EDIT: nope, they're identical.

shasum Z68APD3.U1A.sailor
shasum Z68APD3.U1A

In Topic: Updating BIOS to UEFI on z68ap-d3 (rev. 1)

27 June 2015 - 04:52 PM

Fan control works fine with the UEFI bios available for the rev. 1 board. No need to use any DSDT at all

That hasn't been true for me with that U1A update, (I was even provided with a couple of modded bioses as well) and fan control is completely broken and was told it won't ever be fixed.
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