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  1.  

    try this: 

    sudo perl -pi -e 's|\x75\x30\x89\xd8|\xeb\x30\x89\xd8|' /System/Library/Extensions/AppleRTC.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleRTC

    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.

     

    Watch it out for HWMonitor latest build with FakeSMC + plugins. The same behaviour took place on my hack after downloading this version from sourceForge.

    I'm not allowed to mention "THAT" website, but the FakeSMC.kext baked in their "TOOL" works fine for me. Also fixed shutdown/reboot and apparently fixed random freezes after removing the plugins folder.

     

    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

     

    Into dsdt editor select the patch shutdown asus.

    If doesn't work try evoreboot

     

    @Allan: RTC patch is for the bios reset, not for shutdown and reboot, right?

    Will try it and post the result. Thank you


  2. 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


  3. OK i have got this working by copying IO80211Family.kext from my working 10.6.8 partition to 10.7 but for the life of me i cant remember if i had to do anything to IO80211Family.kext in 10.6 to get this card going, i dont think so but i could be wrong. I also note that in 10.7 IO80211Family.kext is 14meg and yet in 10.6 its near on 19! so lots changed in there.

     

    I'll try and figure out what it is in 10.6's IO80211Family.kext that gets me working so that i can try and keep 10.7 as vanilla as possible.

     

    thanks

     

    Hi!

     

    With the snow leopard kext, is the Airdrop feature working on your computer?

     

     

    Btw: i have the same issues as you, with bcm4320.

     

    Try removing the pci card, then delete /system/library/caches/com.Apple.kexts/ and reboot. Finally Plug it again and delete kernelcaches again.


  4. I have found a solution. Just swap the kexts AppleACPIPlatform.kext and IOPCIFamily.kext from the Snow Leopard (10.6.7) and the desktop just loads fine.

     

     

    I think we're gonna have to upgrade our motherboard, since it looks like they're removing support to our chipsets.

     

    Bye!


  5. Hi!

     

    Why do I get this screen right before the desktop appears? (In 11a419 only)

     

    post-12287-1307812437_thumb.jpg

     

    It happens using either Natit, NVEnabler, ATY_init, dsdt injection, efi string...

     

    My graphics card is a gtx260 which is working perfectly under SL and Lion DP1. Anybody has a clue?

     

    Thanks

     

    Hello, I keep getting the same problem under dp4. Somebody has a clue? Thank you


  6. I quote myself to add it's still happening after updating from dp2 to dp3 :(

     

     

    QUOTE]Why do I get this screen right before the desktop appears? (In 11a419 only)

     

     

     

    It happens using either Natit, NVEnabler, ATY_init, dsdt injection, efi string...

     

    My graphics card is a gtx260 which is working perfectly under SL and Lion DP1. Anybody has a clue?

     

    Thanks

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