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  1. I had a similar problem detailed here http://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/solved-troubleshooting-broadcom-bcm94352z-m-2-card-on-asus-rog751-laptop.197402/ The solution once I got the card detected was to install the lenovo drivers mentioned in the thread and then reboot the card. Hope that helps.
  2. ylair

    Getting nvidia card recognized by yosemite

    Do you have Cuda drivers installed as they need to be there side by side with Nvidia drivers. Then as mentioned you need to try different flags but definitely NVDA_DRV=1. Other than that without knowing what machine your on, its hard to troubleshoot. Cuda Drivers http://www.nvidia.com/object/mac-driver-archive.html Nvidia drivers http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/102821/en-us
  3. Could use a hand from anyone that can help with getting my wireless card to work in an Asus Rog G751. I have successfully installed Yosemite on it, but cannot get the wifi/airport to work. The machine comes stock with an Intel Dual Band Wireless AC7260 card, but intel cards are not compatible with Mac OS. Consequently, I replaced it with a Broadcom BCM94352z after coming across this helpful page which outlines compatible cards (http://osxarena.com/2015/10/wifi-compatibility-list-for-mini-pci-express-and-ngff-card-for-mac-os-x-hackintosh/). The slot is an M2 and the card I believe is mostly used in Dell machines. I then followed instructions on here (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/292542-airport-pcie-half-mini/), adding the Fake PCIID and Broadcom Wifi kexts from rehabman to my S/L/E folder, but to no avail. In addition, I cant get the wireless card to be detected on the Windows 10 operating system either (its a dual boot machine). I have downloaded several drivers for broadcom. None of the dell ones install and the ones that do dont change anything. The drivers on Broadcoms own website (http://www.broadcom.com/support/802.11) are all tar packages that I dont know what to do with once unwrapped in Windows. This website (https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Broadcom_BCM94352Z), claims that Broadcoms latest drivers should work with the card, but I dont know how to install them. Any suggestions or advice on whether this card works with an Asus machine and if so how to get it there would be great. If it does not, any other M2 size alternatives would be awesome. Thank you.
  4. As you can see from my Clover folder, I had tried many of those tips to no success. At one point I was able to access the installer but when it rebooted to install it never got back in. Instead I installed the OS externally through another computer and then put the hard drive back in so I could focus on getting it to login. Thats where I ended up at the above screen. I tried multiple boot flags, and SMBIOS recommendations with no success. I also tried to edit to the original DSDT and SSDT, but without knowing what was causing the kernel panic, there was not much I could think to try. The USB, sleep, power etc... are usually patches I would apply once I can actually get the system to boot up and login. Since I could not get past the kernel panic, I did not bother with those. Any additional tips, specific to this model and its hardware would be great. Let me know. Im currently rolled back to a g751 which works great, but I want to get the g752 going since it has usb C and the capability for more ram.
  5. Im stuck at what appears to be a waiting on root device panic. The verbose log all of sudden stops and then the screen scrambles after a few seconds, but if you look at the bottom, waiting on root device seems to appear after the scramble. It boots to that point and then stalls and gives a prohibitory sign. I have loaded the USBInjectAll.kext, GenericUSB, and multiple others with no success. Also, included the replacement for EHC through clover in my DSDT. However, I can only access the OS, by pulling the SSD it is on and placing it in a mac, then mounting it as an external. Is there any other way to get a DSDT through the windows laptop if I cant even load into the MAC OS? If not, then I assume my patched dsdt is flawed to begin with because its not being used with the non macbook pro hardware. Ive been at this for days and cant get past the USB panic. My current clover folder is here (https://www.dropbox....CLOVER.zip?dl=0) I was able to get to the mac os x install for el capitan using this clover folder (https://www.dropbox....nstall.zip?dl=0), but its worth noting that my SATA SSD does not show up there, so I ended up installing 10.11.3 by moving the SSD to the macbook pro and loading it as an external. This is the model computer/hardware (http://www.amazon.co...ailpage_o02_s00). I previously was successful in installing 10.10 on a G751, but it would be great if I could succeed on the 752 generation with skylake. Any information that might point me in the right direction would be appreciated. Also, it would be great if someone could consolidate all the information in this forum into one set of directions as it seems things have changed since the initial post in 10.11 resulting in a lot to sift through to just even test solutions. Thanks.
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    [GUIDE] USB Fix El Capitan 10.11

    Im stuck at the AppleUSBHostResources kernel panic. It boots to that point and then stalls and gives a prohibitory sign. I have loaded the USBInjectAll.kext, GenericUSB, and multiple others with no success. Also, included the replacement for EHC through clover in my DSDT. However, I can only access the OS, by pulling the SSD it is on and placing it in a mac, then mounting it as an external. Is there any other way to get a DSDT through the windows laptop if I cant even load into the MAC OS? If not, then I assume my patched dsdt is flawed to begin with because its not being used with the non macbook pro hardware. Ive been at this for days and cant get past the USB panic. My current clover folder is here (https://www.dropbox.com/s/qtqdcgrx253z8kg/CLOVER.zip?dl=0) I was able to get to the mac os x install for el capitan using this clover folder (https://www.dropbox.com/s/sna3pzjjdsmx8xs/Gets%20to%20Install.zip?dl=0), but its worth noting that my SATA SSD does not show up there, so I ended up installing 10.11.3 by moving the SSD to the macbook pro and loading it as an external. This is the model computer/hardware (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01578ZN0Q?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00). I previously was successful in installing 10.10 on a G751, but it would be great if I could succeed on the 752 generation with skylake. Any information that might point me in the right direction would be appreciated. Also, it would be great if someone could consolidate all the information in this forum into one set of directions as it seems things have changed since the initial post in 10.11 resulting in a lot to sift through to just even test solutions. Thanks.
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