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  1. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    I would like to continue and update the tutorial or create a new one if it's too different from the current installation. Right now I'm very busy and can't say when or if at all I will update the tutorial. You are 'allowed' to give instructions on how to update to Sierra.
  2. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    Nice progress midi ッ! Good to hear macOS Sierra works, too. If only I had more time to try with the Sony VAIO S13.. Now that I have a MacBook Pro Retina..
  3. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    Nice. Tell us if you see any improvements. The laptop can get really hot and loud sometimes.
  4. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    Good to know that it works!
  5. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    I used the mentioned TurboSwitcher but it's more convenient when it automatically disables TurboBoost. It drains the battery and I don't need it on battery.
  6. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    Really? I will try it out. EDIT: Updated the guide for Audio fix in 10.11.4 and deprecated DisableTurboBoost.kext. Some minor changes & fixes here and there, too.
  7. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    I have updated the guide for AppleHDA Audio in 10.11.4. It worked with the rest of the guide. Check original post.
  8. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    Wake & Sleep can be very hard to achieve.. For more than 6 months I had to figure out what was wrong.. Now finally everything works. For me it was the HDD caddy I installed (replaced the optical disc drive).
  9. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    thanks for the hint. I found one more complex USB patch but since it worked for me, I used the simple one. Will change that anyway. My SATA speed is max. 3Gbps. I don't know if it's a FW thing. I know that my Sony VAIO T13 supports 6Gbps. To be honest, you won't notice a difference. I use SSD, too and random access is more important than max. speed on big files. It's pretty much as fast a an SSD on 6Gbps bandwidth. Only when copying large files you'll notice a difference. Even my MacBook Pro Retina with PCIe SSD is significantly faster 'only' when transferring big files. Correct me if I'm wrong. EDIT: To be honest, I don't see a difference between the patch you typed and the one already present in the guide.
  10. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    Post your EFI folder with patched ACPI folder. You could try to do it step-by-step to see where you get kernel panic. Start with DSDT. Generate SSDT for Power Management. Patch SSDTs.
  11. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    Does your config work with El Capitan or Yosemite? There's a big difference.
  12. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    Do you have extra RAM installed? Or just the stock 4GB? I saw an entry in your config file. Remove those lines. Or add correct ones. I couldn't boot either until I added correct info here and tried different OsxAptioFix driver. PLUS USB 3.0!!! No USB 2 port. Also try this: Delete OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi Install OsxAptioFixDrv-64.efi That's weird.. You can try the Manual Way. I don't know why it's not available for you.
  13. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    You laptop has 1366x768 resolution. You need IGP=3. Did you try it with this config? Explain "black screen". Do you see the Apple logo and loading bar? It can take a very long time to boot into the Installer. It's important to connect to a USB 3 port. Boot in verbose mode and read output.
  14. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    Indeed.. Maybe you have an older version of iasl. Try removing it from /usr/bin and download&copy the newest one. iasl.zip
  15. El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S

    No, it's not wrong. It's the legacy decompiling. Readme/Help show this: -dl Emit legacy ASL code only (no C-style operators) -d <f1 f2 ...> Disassemble or decode binary ACPI tables to file (*.dsl) (Optional, file type is automatically detected) I tried my commands and they work perfectly. You need to delete all the other ACPI files except for DSDT and SSDT ones.
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