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  1. Nvidia Gtx 760 AGPM Unknow

    Did you just pick a random Mac-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx from info.plist in AppleGPUPowerManagement.kext? I have a problem with my configuration. My iMac12,1 SMBIOS product-name (assigned by Clover automatically) matches my CPU generation (Sandy Bridge), but doesn't match my GPU (iMac12,1 some Radeon GPU). iMac12,2 product-name, however, matches my GPU (GTX 7xx generation), but doesn't match my CPU generation, because the iMac12,2 uses Ivy Bridge CPUs. So, even if I change the IGD0 entry from my DSDT to GFX0 (according to iMac12,1 entry in the info.plist), the AGPM kext still can't load it properly.
  2. Clover General discussion

    And IOAHCIBlockStorage (TRIM enabler).
  3. Clover General discussion

    The main reason /Clover/kexts folder exists is to keep (most) things working after Software Updates of OS X. Also, being able to inject and patch kexts from outside SLE is one of the biggest triumphs of Clover. Chameleon has tried to do that in the past, with no success.
  4. Clover General discussion

    So, to make iMessage work, I should simply add the MLB and ROM values in RtVariables dict of config.plist, right? According to this guide, MLB is supposed to be OSX S/N + random alpha/numeric values to make 17 digits long. As for ROM, I should simply copy and paste my ethernet MAC address (without colons), right? Where do I find the OS X serial number? Is it the one printed as "Serial Number" in "About This Mac"?
  5. Clover General discussion

    Any way to make Clover ignore disks other than the one where it's installed? I've noticed that if I disconnect my HDD where Windows is installed, and only leave the one where OS X is installed, Clover GUI loads much faster. I know that I can use GUI/Hide entry to hide any partition I want, but I'd like Clover to really ignore looking for partitions on other HDDs.
  6. Clover General discussion

    I have this same problem. I've downloaded r2976 and this problem began. I've had to go back to r2953 to fix the issue. r2976 shows a "Boot Mac OS X on ?" when I choose the OS X installation partition. r2953, on the other hand, shows "Boot Mac OS X on OS X" ("OS X" is the partition name where Yosemite is installed).
  7. Does it add the boot arg to Clover config.plist in EFI partition too? Also, since I've used Kext Utility 2.5.7, I now have a patched msdosfs.kext in my /S/L/E. I'd like to reinstall the original version. I've tried to open Yosemite installer with Pacifist, but looks like it can't extract a complete .kext (there are 2 kexts versions in Yosemite installer, one in BaseSystemBinaries and another one in BaseSystemResources). One is extracted with only .plist files, and the other one is extracted with only the binary file. Do you know how can I reinstall that original kext? Edit Nevermind. I've mounted BaseSystem.dmg and found the kext in there.
  8. Clover General discussion

    Does your laptop use BIOS or UEFI?
  9. Clover General discussion

    My boot drive is called "OCZ VERTEX-TURBO Media". My Yosemite boot partition is called "OS X". With r2953, Clover boot menu shows "Boot Mac OS X on OS X", referring to the partition named "OS X", where Yosemite's installed. With r2976, Clover boot menu shows "Boot Mac OS X on ?", referring to the partition named "OS X", where Yosemite's installed. I've just ran the r2976 installer and upgraded the same files as I've installed r2953, nothing more. config.plist remained the same, nothing's changed. Then, this new bug has started. I've reinstalled r2953 (on top of r2976) and the bug is gone. Clover boot menu is showing "Boot Mac OS X on OS X" again.
  10. Clover General discussion

    I've updated from r2953 to r2976, and now Clover boot menu doesn't read my OS X partition name. Instead of saying "Boot Mac OS X on OS X", it says "Boot Mac OS X on ?" now. I've reinstalled r2953 and the bug is gone. It's showing "Boot Mac OS X on OS X" again. My motherboard is a Gigabyte H67MA-USB3-B3. Award BIOS version F8, not patched. SATA in AHCI mode.
  11. Did you try to boot with nv_disable=1 and install NVIDIA Web Driver?
  12. Clover General discussion

    I'm using MaciADSL an PJALM repository to patch my DSDT. I know that I should firstly delete any DSDT.aml (and reboot) before patching the DSDT. But what about those ACPI/DSDT/Fixes entries in the config.plist of Clover? Should I delete the Fixes dictionary before patching DSDT? I've tried to delete the whole Fixes dict and the DSDT.aml file that I already had. The system has booted fine, but after 1~2 minutes, it freezes and reboots. So I had to put the Fixes dict back and boot again (still without the old DSDT.aml file). This time the system didn't freeze and I could patch my DSDT with MaciASL. I don't know if those Fixes entries have some kind of influence during DSDT extraction of MaciASL.
  13. Clover General discussion

    Do you mean to patch my DSDT.aml file? I've used MaciASL to simply extract my DSDT and compile it. Actually I've tried MacMan MaciASL repository, but didn't find any specific patch for my motherboard. Do you know any good repository for MaciASL?
  14. Clover General discussion

    The AppleACPIPlataform.kext that's shipped with Yosemite causes a bug in Gigabyte 6 and x58 series motherboards. Mine is a GA-H67MA-USB3-B3. The bug appears as a "PCI configuration begin" hang during boot. No boot flag fixes this issue (like npci=0x2000 or 0x3000, PCIRootUID=1 or 0). So, I've found in TonyMacx86 site that this is a new bug introduced with the new version of AppleACPIPlataform.kext shipped with Yosemite. The solution is to simply replace the 10.10 kext with a 10.9.5 kext. I've made a backup of AppleACPIPlataform.kext from 10.10 and installed the 10.9.5 kext. The problem has been fixed. I was trying to inject the 10.9.5 kext with Clover without having to mess with /S/L/E, but since there's already an AppleACPIPlataform.kext in /S/L/E, I can't inject the same kext with Clover. One solution that doesn't involve changing the kext in /S/L/E would be to patch it. The problem is that I don't know what are the differences between AppleACPIPlataform.kext 10.10 and 10.9.5 versions, so I don't know what string I should patch. Anyone with experience in patching kexts by using Clover knows if it's possible to patch 10.10 AppleACPIPlataform.kext to work like the 10.9.5 version? AppleACPIPlataform (10.10 and 10.9.5 versions).zip
  15. Just an information, regarding this update and Yosemite. Since Kext Utility will automatically patch msdosfs.kext, Yosemite will refuse to load it because it'll turn into an "unsigned kext". Then, it'll be necessary to always boot the system with the "kext-dev-mode=1" argument, otherwise you won't be able to load the kext and be able to do operations that require it (like mounting a FAT32 EFI partition, for Clover management, for example).