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AkimoA

AkimoA

Member Since 08 Dec 2008
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In Topic: Try installing Yosemite in AMD

Today, 05:44 AM

by looking at it just like this im guessing u wont be happy with the 7450 

In Topic: Clover General discussion

14 February 2015 - 11:11 AM

got a  Question regarding Legacy Boot  Speed (Yosemite), Bios to Clover GUI  on old GA-G33M-DS2R

 

it bothers me for a while now did a lot research to it and couldn´t find anything similar,

 

config.plist is very well adjusted

 

no Debug/Log enabled and wasn´t changed in between the Clover Updates (nor any other changes )

 

in r2967 i had the best success so far , Bios to Clover GUI in 5 seconds  ( was quite acceptable for legacy boot)

 

than i did quite a big jump in revs to like 3094  from here on out until now (3168) im back to long waiting time from Bios to Clover GUI 25 -30 seconds 

 

i did try boot7 made no difference with that ... 

 

for me it seems that a kind of Timeout ( not talking about Boot Timeout within Clover ) was added to MBR Boot  after 2967  ?  

 

( also gave  AppleHFS Drivers a shot  which i guess was useless since the efi gets loaded later )  

 

and nothing suspicious in the log either 

 

any ideas 

In Topic: Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

13 February 2015 - 09:50 PM

again no its a clover debug Messsage which looks for a 17 char  MLB and outputs a warning if only finds one with 13 chars 

 

-> 

+ if (RtMLBLen != 17) {
+ DBG ("** Warning: MLB len = %d, why not 17?\n", RtMLBLen);
+ }

In Topic: Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

13 February 2015 - 02:56 PM

** Warning: Your MLB is not suitable for iMessage(must be 17 chars long) 

 

 the line you look at , i am seeing it since i used my 13 char mlb from my MBP(mid 2009) on my MacPro3,1(hack) 11 digits SN 

 

that message from clover log is also there  since the very 1st days  nothing which happened recently i assume

 

( more like clover looks for a 17 char  input finds only 13 and outputs an Warning ? )

In Topic: Working R7 240 in Mavericks

11 February 2015 - 09:19 PM

i had the same idea couple days ago and u confirmed it 

 

Thanx for that 

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