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  1. I don't think you need that anymore for CC 2015 applications. And, by the way, Lightroom has never had those files in the Contents folder. GTX 760 is listed as supported out of the box by Lightroom, Photoshop, Premiere and After Effects per documentation (Lightroom). Mine just works without having to do anything in PS, PR and AE.
  2. I'm trying to get GPU acceleration to work in Lightroom CC 2015 but it keeps saying that GPU acceleration is disabled due to errors . When clicking on System Info, it just says "Check OpenGL support: Failed". I'm on 10.11.1 and have the latest Nvidia web driver as well as CUDA, which apparently works well in Premiere and After Effects. The Adobe Forums have not been helpful. Does anyone have any advice? Graphics Processor Info: Check OpenGL support: Failed Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation Version: 4.1 NVIDIA-10.7.47 346.03.03f02 Renderer: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 OpenGL Engine LanguageVersion: 4.10
  3. I just tried version 8.5.2 and the installer gave an "Undefined error: 0" right off the bat when trying instal from boot disk (flash drive) to a targeted SSD. Thoughts? EDIT: Apparently, I just missed step #3 entirely like @jc84 had mentioned. Redoing a boot disk now with a kernel. EDIT 2: Up and running again. It's been a long time since Lion or Mountain Lion (I think) I last did this. I ran into a black screen during boot because of my GeForce 9800 GT card, which I knew I had resolved before but just didn't recall. Adding PCIRootUID=1 to the book plist worked like a charm. Had I spend an hour searching. Other than that, everything was quite a breeze. Thanks again, @digital_dreamer, for maintain this precious script for us EX85-UD5 mob owners. It's been more than 4 years since I put together the system and it's still going strong. I was hoping for a good Mac Mini update to decide whether to get it or stay on the Hackintosh route. The announcement was so disappointing that throwing spare parts together would still make a better system. Oh, by the way, this upgrade was huge for me because Sleep never worked in the past no matter what I did. I don't know if some magic you did in the script or Yosemite just had it stuff together, but now my machine goes to sleep and wake up without me having to do anything.
  4. Thanks, but I finally got it work. I had to somehow manually build r2189 from source and used digital_dreamer's hackinstaller script to install the new bootloader files. For some reason, using Chameleon Wizard didn't work. I did try it close to times with different v2.2 versions.
  5. That's what I used to go to r2187 and r2189 but both gave me boot issues. Maybe my configurations on r1995 are not compatible with newer releases?
  6. How do I go about updating Chameleon used by this script? It looks like the update feature fails because the server is either offline or inaccessible. I'm still on r1995 and would like to go to the latest. TIA.
  7. Not only you tried to be a smart ass, you didn't even answer my question. I didn't ask for a fix for the SIOCPROTODETACH_IN6 error. Thanks for not helping.
  8. I'm currently running 10.8.2 with Chameleon v2.1 r1995 and would like to upgrade the bootloader to the latest r2189 to fix iMessage login. However, I tried it a few times and ran into an issue where it would stuck at an SIOCPROTODETACH_IN6 error during boot. What's the proper way to upgrade Chameleon?
  9. I have Speedtest.net Mini running in my local network. I find that the download speed of TP-LINK TL-WDN4800 N900 in OS X 10.8.2 is significantly lower than in Windows 7. In OS X, I get about 30 Mbps compared to 60+ Mbps in Windows. The upload speeds are, however, very comparable. This is the same machine dual-booting into two OS's. Are there any tips on how to tweak/troubleshoot this card in OS X? It's always been advertised as plug 'n play but how do I know if I have the best driver for it? Please advise.
  10. I'm at lost here. I justing installed ML using the latest version of this script (7.1) last Friday. At first, shutdown didn't work so I used the script to add OpenHaltRestart to /Extra and /S/L/E. It seemed to resolve my shutdown issue. However, since yesterday, the shutdown issue has come back and OpenHaltRestart doesn't seem to do the job anymore. Please advise. Basically, the screen goes black but the fan in the case still spins. EDIT: Bootloader is Chameleon version that came with script 7.1 since it wasn't able to get anything newer online.
  11. Sleep doesn't work. The fan keeps spinning and the computer never wakes up. I'm fine with that since I turn it on once and shut it down at the end of the day.
  12. Thanks! I thought there was a bug in in the script on DSDT patching that was fixed earlier. I went ahead and used one of the DSDT from this post and it fixed my shutdown issue like a charm. I still have an issue with Airport hardware only shows up after a restart. Weird.
  13. @digital_dreamer - awesome script! I'm on 10.7.2 with Chameleon. My system (GA-EX58-UD5 board) seems to have a shutdown problem (thought this was fixed in the recent versions of the script). The display goes dard but the fan is still running, etc. I didn't have this problem when I was on 10.6.8. Please advise. Also, for some reason, the system reports no Airport installed when starting from cold boot but after a restart it shows up just fine. Thoughts?
  14. I'm now on 10.6.7 and the issue is still here for me. I've run ports in front and back but no luck. Now it's just part of my day to day login routine. Sad but true. I tried using a logitech keyboard for a while but it was nothing like the apple wireless keyboard, which is exactly the same size as my MBP I use for work.
  15. You have an easy way to measure. I don't want to go all the way setting up a client-server thing to test. OS X reports 130 Mbps but that's BS.