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Prasys

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In Topic: iMessenger/Facetime Not Working!

29 November 2015 - 09:13 AM

When you install EmuVariableUEFI-64 did you also put a checkmark on to install the RC Scripts as well , as the information would be stored on your hard disk as nvram file and would be used to load back when you boot it up 

In Topic: smbios for fakecpuid?

29 November 2015 - 07:42 AM

Had to use nullcpu else kp on either of the smbios. So that means no powermanagement(?). Lion doesnt have definition for haswell, i guess i will be using ivy smbios then

You may try and it may give a kernel panic

 

It tries to handle as Ivy , but then of course you are using Haswell. so it's incompatible and poof it breaks. I don't think changing to ivy may help as well either

In Topic: smbios for fakecpuid?

29 November 2015 - 06:07 AM

Thank you Prasys for clarification :)
Respect!

I will check Powermanangement as base of whatever i will find.

 

Let us know or updated here ,so that at least it would be helpful for others :) 

 

Oh yes , just to add it may cause kernel panic or so. I have not experimented , the reason being haswell and all are using X86Platform (kernel) and no longer intelcpupowermanagement for power management

In Topic: smbios for fakecpuid?

29 November 2015 - 05:41 AM

this is for older OS such as Lion. Wiki says, i tested it, and it work. Hence the question. as to why i i would need Lion on haswell? Its my pref.

Yep faking it , would get it to work , however keep in mind that it has impact to appleintelcpupowermanagement.kext

 

You may change the SMBIOS , but i am not sure what would be the impact be to appleintelcpupowermanagent.kext and power management as a whole. My recommendation is to stick with the current SMBIOS , this way Lion does not interfere power management and other things as well  - this is just my suggestion 

 

You may still want to experiment with it and try using an ivy smbios to see how the power management works (and if it actually works) 

In Topic: PS/2 Keyboard El Captain

29 November 2015 - 03:34 AM

Installed in /Library/Extensions and did a touch on /L/E ? 

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