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About Carpentryplus25

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  1. Tracing back the AMD GPU wakeup issue to its origin

    One more confirmed working VisionTek AMD HD 7970 devID 6798 with CSM disabled and iGPU as secondary and using Namako framebuffer with connector patch, Hamachi and Futomaki result in black screen even with connector patch. Sleep working great also. Thanks great work!
  2. Anyway we might get some source code I may can help depending on the languages used
  3. [GUIDE] 1st Generation Intel HD Graphics QE/CI

    I so prefer making the installer usb the manual way by secondary clicking on the installer app in applications folder and showing package contents then mount the installESD.dmg then use a show all files app to unhide everything then mount the BaseSystem.dmg must secondary click to do so then open disk utility and selecting the BaseSystem and hitting the restore option and then seleting your usb as the destination. once its finished it will rename your usb to the same as the BaseSystem.dmg. Then open the installESD.dmg and copy the packages folder then on the installer usb open /System/Installation and delete the packages link and paste the packages copy from previous step. Then go back to the installESD.dmg and copy the base system.dmg and the Basesystem.chunklist and paste them to the root of your installer drive once all thats done install a bootloader targeting your usb drive and then remove whatever files you need to from /S*/L*/E of the installer if using clover then configure clover to needed settings then boot the pc with it
  4. [GUIDE] 1st Generation Intel HD Graphics QE/CI

    I think it is easiest to remove the kexts on the freshly install os by rebooting back in to the installer and using terminal with these commands diskutil list pick your install disk device identifier here diskXsX change the Xs to match your disk e.g.. disk0s1 mount -uw /dev/diskXsX cd /S*/L*/Extensions mkdir intel_back mv AppleIntelHDGraphics* intel_back then you need to touch and reboot touch ../Extensions reboot ACPIBacklight.kext has been broke since 10.11 it can no longer reach the dsdt methods needed for working backlight brightness a new method is now required and in fact a better method search around for Rehabman's IntelBacklight.kext and install it still needs your brightness dsdt fixes but now they are far less work to achieve mainly just adding device PNLF to the dsdt or a new ssdt will work use ACPIBatteryManger.kext from Rehabman it worked great for me
  5. OS X El Capitan Test Thread

    All working good here on Asus P5LP-LE Core 2 duo nvidia GT640 Alc888 legacy intel pro/ve 100 ethernet booting with rootless=0 kext-dev-mode=1 npci=0x2000 PCIRootUID=1 FakeSMC.kext and AppleIntel8255x.kext placed in others in clover all other mac os x partitions still booting fine. Having native power management sleep and wake are working great everything works good here, Even better than yosemite. Installed using the restore basesystem.dmg method using disk utilities moved basesystem.dmg and basesystem.chuncklist.plist and payloads folder over to root of usb installer