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TP-Link TL-WN727N (Ralink RT3070) Auto Connect

23 June 2016 - 08:30 AM

Kext (RTUSB_D2870) and Preference Pane (DWA-140) working but on every boot it need reactivation SSID from Profile Drawer, please share if anyone have working auto connect solution for Sierra.

Disable System Integrity Protection (SIP)

07 October 2015 - 03:53 AM

I had Snow Leopard, downloaded El Capitan app from store, created 16GB partition on Snow Leopard drive and prepared it as installer because I don't have 16GB data stick, erased Snow Leopard parttion and installed El Capitan to it, it went smooth without any issue.


Now I have 2 partitions on drive, Installer and El Capitan, to enable my wireless, fix USB over current issue and proper shutdown and restart I need to disable SIP.


If I press and hold Cmd+R after Clover screen it boot to desktop, if I select Recovery HD from Clover boot menu and use 'csrutil disable' it show success messange but after reboot it's still enabled (csrutil status).


Is it due to Installer partition or I'm doing it wrong way, thanks.

Snow Leopard to El Capitan without USB

06 October 2015 - 11:16 AM

Hi there, can any please help with this, I have Snow Leopard and Install OS X El Capitain app, is it possible to create Clover Installer on 16GB partition on same HDD where I have Snow Leopard and will install El Capitan to same HDD (an other partition)? I don't have USB drive.

Recovered EVE Files

24 July 2015 - 07:38 AM

I had OS X 10.11 running fine, yesterday when I powered it on it booted to Recovery instead of desktop, Clover was not showing normal OS X boot option, booted from Windows 10 and used HFS+ to check OS X partition, there's nothing on main partition except Applications folder and one Recovered Files folder with lots of EVE files.


Any idea about it, what happed to the system, can power fluctuation cause this? Or may be the Paragon HFS+ on Windows 10 is the culprit, I've been using HFS+ on Windows 7 for many years to access all OS X partitions without any issue.

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