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gorg

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  1. They didn't work for me either. At all (blackscreen and the dreaded IOConsoleUsers problem nobody wants to talk about). Not everyone has the same hardware anyway. Lots of us use X99/X299 m/bs, GTX1080 etc.
  2. Disk Utility v13 for macOS Sierra.zip

    @dimosgmx I don't think it is very safe as implemented right now, since there doesn't seem to be any version checking. E.g. if the program or the computer crashes and you try to run Disk Utility 13 again, the backed up /usr/libexec/diskmanagementd-sierra gets overwritten with the current (now ElCapitan) version, which is probably what happened in my case. Better have Pacifist handy just in case and make a backup of the Sierra diskmanagementd yourself somewhere (mind the ownership/permissions too).
  3. Disk Utility v13 for macOS Sierra.zip

    @dimosgmx Could you explain how the magic is done ? Are there any systems files replaced ? I think this could be responsible for my encrypted HDs being unable to unlock in Sierra after installing/running the patched DiskUtility. I panicked, so I booted to ElCapitan (thankfully I kept a backup) and decrypted them there.
  4. Thanks Brumbaer. It worked. Tried it a couple of days ago on 10.11.5 using the Clover patch (no rollback kexts were required). Thanks to stinga11 USB3 also worked.
  5. @fantomas1, please fix the 346.02.03f07 link in the OP.
  6. I am in (for a donation). But make it open source please so that it's future proof.
  7. I don't think I have seen anyone with a working 10.11 (El Capitan) + 5960X system
  8. I tried, using pokenguyen's perl commands at post 521 for SB-E (Iam having a Xeon) but that didn't work. Can I use 10.9.4 AICPM while being in 10.9.5 Mavs ?
  9. Do pokenguyen's commands (based on singa11 patch) work for 10.9.4 ?
  10. OS X Yosemite DP's builds!

    No, unless you live in USA or another strange country. Sadly, Apple is an American company.
  11. [UEFIPatch] UEFI patching utility

    I am trying to patch the latest 4804 BIOS for my Asus Rampage IV Gene but I am getting the following: > PMPatch_0.5.14.exe Rampage-IV-Gene-ASUS-4804.CAP R4G.CAP PMPatch 0.5.14 PowerManagement module at 004A9680 not patched: Patch pattern not found. PowerMgmtDxe/PowerManagement2.efi modules not found. AMI nest modules not found. Phoenix nest modules not found. CpuPei module at 0079FDA8 not patched: Patch pattern not found. CpuPei module at 007DFDA8 not patched: Patch pattern not found. What am I doing wrong? Can anyone help? Rampage-IV-Gene-ASUS-4804.zip
  12. Driver for LSI MegaRAID SAS family

    Thanks, I wanted to verify that nothing has changed I'll try with a 9260-8i in a few days anyway
  13. Driver for LSI MegaRAID SAS family

    Hi dukzcry and the rest, - Would an LSI (probably rebranded Intel) 9265-8i work? - I couldn't build mfiutil. I get an error: In file included from mfiutil.c:38: ./mfiutil.h:38:10: fatal error: 'sys/linker_set.h' file not found #include <sys/linker_set.h> Is there a binary available? It would be interesting to check if CacheCade and Fastpath work too (I might do it if I succeed in building my system). Thanks Ignore that for mfiutil. It is in the Installer in Release.zip downloaded from osx86.net
  14. My 5870 in Snow Leopard 10.6.8 got 860 Gigaflops.
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