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sld87

Member Since 16 Nov 2008
Offline Last Active Nov 21 2014 11:43 AM
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In Topic: Realtek 8111e capped at 10mb on 10.10

16 November 2014 - 09:45 AM

Here's a strange update - It also seems to kill the entire bandwidth in the house.. Meaning no-one else can use the internet while I am maxing it out (Say downloading on Usenet at 1.1mBps)

In Topic: Realtek 8111e capped at 10mb on 10.10

15 November 2014 - 12:33 PM

Bump - anyone?

In Topic: Clover - Z68x-UD5-B3 - Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport

07 November 2014 - 01:17 AM

Thing is, I don't actually need ALC889.; My headset is USB and works OOB without a audio driver. Making my own DSDT is still mandatory then?

 

PowerManagement is responsible for fans and stuff, right? Never actually been sure.

 

Yes because you can run certain scripts on it to patch behaviour and avoid bad things happening. Its pretty simple to do now, most of the tools do it for you and that link i gave you will see you do it in about 10 minutes.

 

I can't get my ethernet up to speed though. It is capping out at 10mb, not 100mb. Need to find a better Realtek8111e kext.

In Topic: Clover - Z68x-UD5-B3 - Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport

06 November 2014 - 09:09 PM

That's awesome. I don't really need handoff, so no big deal.

 

What exactly are those P State errors? How does it affect your system on a daily basis?

 

I wish I was on F6, but been on F10 for more than a year :P

 

Thanks a lot for helping out, I might do it this weekend.

Just be wary of the 'Premade' DSDTs you'll find on databases around the net. My F6 one was full of errors and it was the reason I couldn't run the script for ALC889. As soon as I compiled my own it worked. 

 

The P State errors are P STATE STEPPOR ERROR AT CONTEXT ones. With Chameleon, and DSDT free they would cause a KP. I had to use NullCPUPowerManagement which disables Power Management alltogether. Now, with the DSDT, I could remove Null but it would still generate those errors, although it would still boot for some reason.

Now, I have DSDT,SSDT, the fixes applied from the Vietnam AIO, and I checked the box in clover to generate P States (Not sure what C states are so left that unchecked) and I don't get the error anymore. I would love to test if Power Management is actually working but have no idea how to.

 

All I know is this is the most stable my Yosemite build has been at now - and although the Nvidia web drivers don't want to stick as my default setting I really don't have any complaints except for a slow Ethernet ( I found the kext on kexts.com and as a result my speed is at 10mb, not 100mb like t was - i will try ethernet from Vietnam and report back).

In Topic: Clover - Z68x-UD5-B3 - Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport

06 November 2014 - 11:35 AM

So, just doing this, selecting the right options in Clover, and I should be good? 

 

iMessage working on your system I'm guessing? 

 

Yep - working beautifully. Handoff not working but I use ethernet so don't think it would. 

 

System is relatively stable - hasn't crashed since I made the DSDT. Haven't got:

- Power management (P State errors - experimenting tonight)

- Trim (Experimenting tonight) 

- Web Drivers won't default (As above)

 

If your F6 bios (Google how to check, its in BIOS) I will give you all my files.


Generated P States in Clover, and used Vietnam to make an SSDT - no more P state errors on boot so tick that off.

 

Trim still not working. *EDIT* got it working thanks to Clover method here:

http://www.insanelym...-non-apple-ssd/

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