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About Marius_rg

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  1. Lightroom CC OpenGL Support Failed

    Not 100% sure, but I've seen only posts regarding Nvidia cards....so.
  2. Lightroom CC OpenGL Support Failed

    That sucks. I guess we're gonna' just have to live with it....
  3. Lightroom CC OpenGL Support Failed

    In the end, is there a solution for fixing the OpenGL support in Lightroom with Nvidia cards? (I have GTX960, latest Captain version, native OSX drivers)
  4. Kernel Panic

    Hi, I'm having some weird issues with one of my El Captain installs. To keep it short, I have this setup bellow: - 2 HDDs, each one with their own OS X install; - today I installed EL Captain on one of the HDDs, that had Yosemite and made an upgrade (installed over) - once installed, started to configure clover and make everything work, like WIFI, sound, TRIM, NIC; - once all was good with clover and this setup, I went and did the upgrade on the primary HDD; - installed with success, booted with success first time (using same clover config from the second HDD); - rebooted a 2nd time and now I get kernel panic (same clover config) - I tried with also the other clover config, from main HDD, but get the same kernel panic. What did I broke, what can i do to resolve this issue (see attached the kernel error)
  5. Lightroom CC OpenGL Support Failed

    I'm in the same situation....no fix yet (same video card, but with native OS X drivers)
  6. Thanks for the suggestion. Fortunately I got it to work yesterday....by using a NIC driver for win8, not the "recommended" one from Asus website. Not sure why OS X is not able to recognize some HW, like bluetooth and now the NIC unless there is a "Windows" OS to "initialize" them first.
  7. I was able to get back the NW connectivity by powering off the PC (power supply off), wait a few seconds and then when I started directly Yosemite all was good. But...if I don't boot a windows OS, I no longer have bluetooth working (I guess it need windows to be "initialized" or something"), so when I rebooted into Windows and came back to Yosemite, I had bluetooth working, but again NW was not working, only with APIPA. (( Seems like Win10 is messing around with the onboard NIC.
  8. Today I decided to upgrade my Windows 8.1 OS, installed on a different HDD than my Yosemite hacks. After I managed to install Win10, I noticed that my LAN was not working (not getting an IP from my router), so I went to Asus and got the latest drivers for my MB (asus maximus VI formula). Once I installed those drivers, I was able to get an IP on my NIC and all was "good". Then, when I switched back to my Yosemite, I noticed the same thing....the NIC was not able to get an IP from the router. Tried already to update the kext to the latest version available (AppleIntelE1000e.kext) but still same issue. Also same behavior happens on my "backup" Yosemite install, which I haven't used since....a long time. Any idea what's happening? I'm thinking of installing Win 8 or 7 on another partition, only to get back the NIC, since I don't have any other ideas on how to fix it. (luckily I have the WIFI working, but....I want to have my LAN back) Thanks.
  9. I have a weird issue today...after installing Windows 10 on another HDD, I cannot get an IP on my Yosemite hacks!!! I have 2 installs (2 HDDs) and on both I cannot get an IP now, after the Win install. Also, during the Windows install, also there I could not get an IP, only after installing manually a driver from asus (I have maximus formula VI MB). But here, on the OS X......nothing
  10. 10.10.4 final is out!

    thank you so much, it worked.
  11. 10.10.4 final is out!

    anyone can please help me out, after updating to 10.10.4, I cannot anymore connect to the internet. It may be related to the fact at in the past I did something to replace discoveryd with mdnsresponder....but I'm not sure how to revert that or fix it, after the update. thanks. ==== 05.07.2015 19:19:44,958 mDNSResponder[12517]: mDNSResponder mDNSResponder-576.30.4 (May 31 2015 04:53:24) starting OSXVers 14 05.07.2015 19:19:44,958 com.apple.xpc.launchd[1]: (com.apple.xpc.launchd.domain.system) Service "com.apple.mDNSResponder.reloaded" tried to hijack endpoint "com.apple.mDNSResponder.dnsproxy" from owner: com.apple.mDNSResponder 05.07.2015 19:19:44,958 mDNSResponder[12517]: init_dnsproxy_service: XPCError: Connection invalid 05.07.2015 19:19:44,959 com.apple.xpc.launchd[1]: (com.apple.xpc.launchd.domain.system) Service "com.apple.mDNSResponder.reloaded" tried to hijack endpoint "com.apple.mDNSResponder" from owner: com.apple.mDNSResponder 05.07.2015 19:19:44,959 mDNSResponder[12517]: RegisterMachService: 1100 44C unknown error code 05.07.2015 19:19:44,959 mDNSResponder[12517]: ! MACH PORT IS NULL ! bootstrap_checkin failed to give a mach port 05.07.2015 19:19:44,960 com.apple.xpc.launchd[1]: (com.apple.mDNSResponder.reloaded) Service only ran for 0 seconds. Pushing respawn out by 10 seconds.
  12. Yosemite: Audio - Realtek ALC AppleHDA

    Ok, thanks for your "help"....I'll try to get some real answers from somewhere else.
  13. Yosemite: Audio - Realtek ALC AppleHDA

    I tried with MplayerX, VLC and Kodi. Again, it's not about the player...I know how to setup that part, it's something wrong with the audio driver on Yosemite. Not sure why is that hard to believe me that it's not about the video player+receiver setup/config.
  14. Yosemite: Audio - Realtek ALC AppleHDA

    I understood from your post that you need: 1. Capable receiver for decoding DTS connected via digital cable (coax/optical) - which I have (as mentioned) 2. Video player configured properly for passing trough the digital audio. - which I had configured properly So...tell me what I did not understood that it's "the solution" in that post. Again, using windows or Yosemite on the mac mini, everything is fine....but on the hack, NO. Also, I noticed that sometimes I'm not getting any audio via optical output...and, to fix that, I have to reboot the system. Thanks.
  15. Yosemite: Audio - Realtek ALC AppleHDA

    Ok, seems that you're making fun of me. I appreciate you're trying to help, but... mocking me it's not nice. I have been using the my 7.1 receiver connected to a PC via coaxial/optical cabled along with a PC/MacMini for years...so I know that it's not a problem on the overall setup, but with the YosemiteHack. That's why I'm asking for help here, since it's clear that it's an issue with my sound drivers/config on the OS X.