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jacqud

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  1. jacqud

    Disable disk for OS X

    I already put this line LABEL=Windows none ntfs ro,noauto in /etc/fstab. Windows partition is not mounting, but drive still spins.
  2. jacqud

    Disable disk for OS X

    Oh, it worked, thanks Now we can back on topic.
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    Disable disk for OS X

    Yeah. Long story short. I had problem with sound popping on Clover. Couldn't found solution and it was so frustrating. After trying many audio kexts I gave up and put [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url]. It worked fine. I just recently got solution called AntiPop and it solved my problem, so I went back to Clover, but after few restarts my system wouldn't boot for uknown reason. I didn't make any extra changes in kexts nor hardware. I don't really had time to search/ask for the fix. Right know the only thing that helps booting is -f parameter in Chameleon.
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    Disable disk for OS X

    I don't know what for, but here you go https://www.dropbox.com/s/2045ndanwos3vyo/Zrzut%20ekranu%202014-11-23%2010.20.18.png?dl=0 https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/18780140/DarwinDumper_2.9.6_AMI_X64_2976_Yos_jakub.zip Just one thing. System is booted via chimera and -f argument. I recently run on problems with booting, but that is another topic.
  5. jacqud

    Disable disk for OS X

    Quieter yes, but as quiet as I would want, can't tell OS X is on my 128GB SSD. HDD is only used for Windows + games which I boot maybe once a week and loudness don't bother me there. It would be waste on money to buy 500GB SSD only for that. That's why I would want it to eject on OS X.
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    Disable disk for OS X

    I can buy first one in my country, but I'm concerned... will it work? I have Fractal Design 1000, and HDD is mounted vertically with anti-vibration rubbers that were included in package. Wihtout HDD my PC is noiseless for me. I don't know if it's worth it or I should put some money and maybe replace this HDD with silent 2.5".
  7. I'm not sure if it's good place to ask it. I build quiet hackintosh. The only thing that is loud is my Samsung F1 HDD 500GB. I use it only for dual boot to Windows to play some games, so I want to disable it to OS X. I wrote script to eject it using diskutils and run it in cron every 1 minute. This is not a perfect solution, OS X wake it fairly often (especally when i turn off the screen. I suspect iStats Menus) and i don't think it is good for disk. Is there any better solution like disable disk on startup that system won't even see it?
  8. jacqud

    Introduce yourself.

    Hello! My name is Jakub. I'm studing IT on Technical University. Long time linux user. After all those years I wanted something more simple with more software and I found out OS X to be perfect for me. Year ago I built Hackintosh, because performance/value factor of Mac Mini was too low in my opinion. Using OS X for a year made me buy Macbook Air. I installed OS X on my PC by not the most welcome way there, so Yosemite is out and I thought it might be time to do it right I don't like what Apple did with UI, but I upgraded systtem on my MBA and I'm getting used to it.
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