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In Topic: 10.10.2 - Latest Nvidia Web Drivers KP

11 March 2015 - 10:27 PM

Me too this update caused me to KP too. I booted to my maintenance partition , and re-instaled the old verstion to my main drive using pacifist.

Its now switched back to the built in os x driver and all is ok.

If i try a newer version i'll try the kernel options to disable web driver next time, but i wasn't aware of them.


Interesting you used Pacifist. I found with Clover's maintenance EFI partition, and a Time Capsule Backup, it restored perfectly without having to use any third party software. With all the guts in the EFI partition, I never knew how easy it could be to restore a backup as no system update goes near your EFI! :)

In Topic: 10.10.2 - Latest Nvidia Web Drivers KP

10 March 2015 - 10:34 PM

Hmmm. Didn't seem to work - even with nv_disable=1. But, I never realised how cool Clover is. With a recovery partition and all my vitals in the EFI, I was able to restore functionality using a Time Machine backup.


Question though, as I don't seem to remember, but where would my DSDT,SSDT have been? On the EFI or on my (now erased) old corrupt install that I broke?


*Edit* Found it, all good was on EFI. The only thing left to do is check if TRIM is on.


PS, has anyone else killed their install with the latest nvidia update?

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.

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