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  1. Missing pictures now attached as a zip to the main post!!! Happy New Year!
  2. Any ideas on whether this method will work on a Baytrail Celeron (N2807)? I am getting a used Brix with one of these processors in it and I'll be ripping the thing apart for some bits and pieces for another project. But if the main board actually works [it was sold cheaply as "Spares/Repairs" as allegedly the owner doesn't have RAM/SSD to test it] then I might just see if I can use this more or less 'headless' for something. I'd be interested to know if someone has had success in getting OS X to run on this processor, or if I should just throw the parts in the scrap pile once I have taken what I can from it...... By the way, for Graphics a displaylink adapter for USB3.0 to HDMI might be a useful try for these projects. I have one here and have used it with success while trying to figure out frame buffer edits for a different machine. This is the one I am using for that: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00OXBYMOC/ref=sr_ph?ie=UTF8&qid=1449248281&sr=1&keywords=esynic+USB+3.0+hdmi- I got it super cheap on a Black Friday 'Flash sale' and it works great. No QE/CI BUT the display is super stable with no artefacts and very useable. This can work if your machine gets to the 'Bluetooth transport' stage and then hangs - as in many cases the actual machine IS getting to the desktop stage but is simply not able to display as the graphics under OS X aren't loading..