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nawcom

Member Since 09 Oct 2006
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In Topic: Windows 10 boot very slow with Clover

28 August 2015 - 03:47 AM

can you give more details? how slow? are you talking about windows actually booting up to login/desktop, or are you talking about the time it takes for clover to send you to the windows bootloader? 

 

using the windows bootloader as the default one is of course quicker by a few seconds, but in order to boot windows, you will always be using the windows bootloader. clover just chainloads it when you select it on the screen.

In Topic: OS X El Capitan DP's builds!

19 July 2015 - 04:43 PM

Everything is working well on this crappy Latitude E6420. Got USB working finally and graphics are still good :)

In Topic: OS X El Capitan DP's builds!

10 June 2015 - 02:05 PM

heard this doesnt support hd3000 is that true and are there work arounds if so?

It seems to work fine. I installed it onto a Dell Latitude E6420 that has HD3000 and am using an older version of AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB.kext from Yosemite. I have yet to poke around with the updated kext but I had to use the older one in order to boot the install media.

 

edit: the El Capitan version of AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB.kext seems to work just fine. I was having a ton of issues with the install media though for some reason. Whatev. The new HD3000 kexts seems to work great (with the usual DSDT injections, of course)

In Topic: yosemite with 2 x 770 4gb

10 June 2015 - 02:00 PM

I ran 2x GTX 770s for a while and GTX 770 is supported by the default NVIDIA drivers, so the Web Drivers aren't needed. No need for nvda_drv=1 either, at least in my case. I didn't have to use any form of injection since Apple's kexts NVDAStartup.kext does it for you and overrides any changes anyway. 

 

I had a similar issue - with 1 card it gets detected fine, but when using 2 cards, I had a 50/50 chance that the displays would get detected after booting up, and these were just the displays plugged into the first card. I didn't have any displays plugged into the second card so I don't know how that would've worked out. I never really found a fix for it other than having to remotely reboot the system and hopefully the displays would get detected the second time. It wasn't that annoying to me but it would probably frustrate some people.

 

So yeah, if your issue is related to mine, then I don't have an answer for you :(  I'm guessing you use SLI in other OSs so you don't want to permanently remove one of the cards.

In Topic: Dual boot my current desktop? asrock xtreme3 gen3 + i5-2500k

09 June 2015 - 08:30 PM

I looked at the specs for that motherboard and it looks fine by me. Your Realtek gigabit ethernet model is supported through RTL81xx.kext, GTX 970 is supported by NVIDIA's Yosemite Web Drivers, ALC892 will work fine on VoodooHDA but if you want to go the patched AppleHDA route I'm sure you could. Go make that install media as this will probably work out just fine. :) 

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