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YoMuS

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  1. Hi! After applying the asus patch into dsdt, the computer shuts down fine. Still curious why i don't have this issue in Mavericks or ML. Thank you
  2. Already had it applied, to prevent cmos reset, thank you. EDIT: I checked if it was the exact same command as in the Mavericks cmos reset fix thread and it isn't (Differences?). I used this one: sudo perl -pi -e 's|\x75\x2e\x0f\xb6|\xeb\x2e\x0f\xb6|' /System/Library/Extensions/AppleRTC.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleRTC sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions I'm gonna try it. It could be... i tinkered with some hwmonitor versions and fakesmc kexts. Finally removed the whole app after I tested the correct speed stepping and temperatures and put back the fakesmc kext i was using in mavericks. Maybe this weekend I'll do a fresh install and see what happens. Thanks Will try it and post the result. Thank you
  3. Asus p5ld2-vm (945g chipset), c2d e6400. Never needed non-vanilla kexts for reboot/shutdown. Which device in dsdt should I look up to patch? Thank you
  4. Hello, Running Yosemite DP3 for a few days without any glitches, beside one that never happened to me ever since Tiger. When I shutdown the computer, it actually stops, but two seconds later it's on again. Using chameleon with a well patched dsdt and only fakesmc and hdaenabler + applehda non-vanilla kexts. Anyone had this issue? Thanks
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