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TarvoMaesepp

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    Broadcom bcm43xx wireless driver [beta]

    Is it possible to get BCM 43142 /b/g/n to work?
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    Guide for Installing OS X on Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p

    Huhh, thank you. I set my clover to first and can boot again. I also wanted to ask one thing. I have atheros ar5b125 wireless card in my drawer can I use this in our Lenovo laptop and get wifi working on OS X. Also is it better than 802.11n?
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    Guide for Installing OS X on Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p

    Heey, today I got my copy of windows 10 and now after install I can't see clover boot manager. What whould be the best thing to do? Boot with USB and reinstall Clover? Or is my boot order wrong? Which one should be the first one? I have so many options in the bootlist.
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    Guide for Installing OS X on Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p

    What do you mean with this? This is just one file.
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    Guide for Installing OS X on Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p

    How did you dropped your tables? I see that your 3 SSDT files are in some kind of dynamic folder. Please delete your tables and if you are on clover bootmenu press f4. Before doing it, go to the BIOS and set your graphics to discrete. And after this patch those again. Those tables are now located in EFI/EFI/ACPI/original. Your patched ones you have to put into EFI/EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched and there should be I think 4 files. I think the easiest way is this: 1.Drop tables 2. Make folder called DSDT onto desktop 3. Copy your files into DSDT folder 4. Patch those 5. Put patched files into EFI. To patch those files use these commands in terminal if you have working internet connection: git clone https://github.com/intruder16/Y510p-OS-X.git cd Y510p-OS-X chmod +x Y510p.sh ./Y510p.sh -t /Users/TarvoMaesepp/Desktop/DSDT/ TarvoMaesepp is your account name
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    Guide for Installing OS X on Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p

    With sick I mean awesome or something like that I checked your config.plist and then I realised what I have to do exactly. Edit: Joy ends here, now it won't boot, stuck into middle of loading osx. Before going into windows I was in OSX. Every fix was installed etc and I was able to boot and now i just can't. No errors no nothing just hang in middle of loading into OSX. That is verbose: http://www.upload.ee/image/4831125/image.jpg Edit: I am again in OS X, can you tell me why this is like this. Sometimes just have errors and then after rebooting rebooting I am again able to boot into OS X?
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    Guide for Installing OS X on Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p

    Thank you for explaining me those things, finally I am back in action. PlistEdit Pro is sick. I don't know why configuratir doesn't work so well. And it is not that hard to understand than I thought. And this whole thing makes some sense to me finally.
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    Guide for Installing OS X on Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p

    Okay, but what about darkwake=0 vs darkwake=10. What does it do and why you have darkwake=10 in your plist file.
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    Guide for Installing OS X on Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p

    Okay, am gonna try. I wanted to ask one more thing. In your plist file ther is not bootflag nv_disable=1 but in tutorial there is said you have to tick it. What does it do? Disables nvidia card? Anf then I can choose discrete from BIOS?
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    Guide for Installing OS X on Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p

    Because some things are still confusing for me for example if I use plistEdit pro there are still differences ang sometimes there are 2 sections for boot arguments like : #arguments and arguments. I know that # means comment but I don't know is it right to remove this or I should keep it? i just tought that I make it with configurator to be sure that everything is done in right way. But looks like I am still dumb as *****. And it is much easier to generate SMBIOS.
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    Guide for Installing OS X on Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p

    That would be good idea to test those files with working machine. Make sure you make backup just in case Maybe you can check this plist then? Because I did everything like before following tutorial step by step. This plist is edited with configurator. Plist file is this: https://mega.co.nz/#!SIVzkDKS!QSNuAtKHHDrqTh2kGJ7Y39DlUFM2GmUtXXObw9wE1xM
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