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ZoroLives

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  1. I have been using a build I put together several years ago. I am using a video card: EVGA GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512 MB graphics GIGABYTE GA-EX58-UD3R LGA 1366 Intel X58 ATX Intel Motherboard It has worked pretty well, up to now. I have put on a second monitor and watching videos pixelates badly. I just unplugged the second monitor to test. The problem comes on with the second monitor and leaves with just the one. Can anyone please tell me if there is a way to overclock this card? Or, what better/newer cards are recommended for this board? I have not yet upgraded to El Cap, still using Mavericks. New card requirements: 1) Has to work on my board: Expansion Slots PCI Express 2.0 x16 - 2 x PCI Express 2.0 x16 PCI Express x4 - 1 x PCI Express x4 PCI Express x1 - x PCI Express x1 PCI Slots - 2 x PCI Slots 2) two DVI outputs for second monitor 3) Hackintosh compatible (obviously) 4) Primarily stressed when using it for photography means looking through lots of photos, editing layers with minimum redraw time. Some video but mostly for watching. Thanks Z COMMENT: Looking at a single EVGA 02G-P4-3753-KR G-SYNC Support GeForce GTX 750 Ti Superclocked 2GB 128-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Video Card. Researched and apparently a PCI 3 card woks in a PCI 2 slot without noticeable degradation. Opinions on this path? Other better choices? Ongoing thanks.
  2. Mavericks to Yosemite Problem

    Major Update, Success!!!! I found that booting from my old working main Mavericks drive which had Chameleon finally worked. Or at least, It got me past the installer. Now I was able to boot from the Clover screen to finish the installation. I decided to erase my target volume and just start over installing Yosemite fresh on my target drive. Then I chose option to transfer files form old drive. Now I am applying updates. I see now why this has been so long and frustrating for me. I can boot to the same USB 3 times doing exactly the same thing. First boot, FAIL, 2nd boot FAIL, 3rd boot PASS. It's as bad as an old girlfriend, It just wasn't in the right mood the first time I asked ... ;-) I still have orange drive icons and I haven't yet tested Its restarting ability. The DVD drive is still unrecognized - but WiFi and sound work. OK, I still have the problem with the sound being reset every time I reboot ... But at least and at long last I am now running Yosemite. Thanks very much for the help.
  3. Mavericks to Yosemite Problem

    I hope this thread is still read? Thanks in advance for any help. I had to get back to other work to be done, revisiting this thread after almost a month. I still cannot get this install to work. If anyone is still listening on this thread, may I Please revisit my recent progress? Apple releasing Photos was my “line in the sand”. I now really need to get to Yosemite. Here are my specs: MY HACKINTOSH COMPONENTS: Board: GA-P55A-UD4P Socket: LGA1156 Chipset: Intel® P55 Express Chipset Audio: Realtek ALC889 codec LAN: 2 x RTL8111E chips (10/100/1000 Mbit) Graphics: EVGA GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512 MB Memory: 3 x 2 GB (6), DDR3, 1333 MHz, Corsair OSX: Mavericks REF: http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3435#sp Advice from another thread (no, not that hated squished/rotten tomato one). :-) ADVICE: Format USB to GUID partition table and install Legacy method Clover!!! INSTALLATION METHOD FOR USB INSTALLER: sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Yosemite.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Install --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Yosemite.app --nointeraction ADVICE: Run Clover like this: CLOVER SELECTIONS: Install Clover in the ESP Install boot0af in MBR CloverEFI 64-bits BiosBlockIO Drivers64UEFI: EmuVariableUefi-64 Drivers64UEFI: OsxAptioFixDrv-64 
ADVICE: Add This: Clover/ and change your congig.plist with this - config.plist.zip 1.08KB 0 downloads and on drivers64UEFI delete VBox and copy this file - HFSPlus.efi.zip 14.82KB 0 downloads All the Kexts in Mavericks, tried copying to the USB 10.10 folder: AHCI_3rdParty_SATA.kext ALC889a.kext AppleACPIPlatform.kext AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext AppleHDA.kext ApplePS2Controller.kext AppleRTC.kext EvOreboot.kext FakeSMC.kext GenericUSBXHCI.kext HDAEnabler1.kext IONetworkingFamily.kext IOUSBFamily.kext IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext JMicron36xSATA.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext Result, No boot to that drive These are the minimum KEXTS which seem necessary to at least start booting in the USB Install in Clover: AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext ApplePS2Controller.kext FakeSMC.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext What Happens: No matter how I get there, and I have tried running the Yosemite installer and rebooting to Clover, rebooting to the installing drive, booting from Clover and choosing install from target drive = I ALWAYS, get the same result. I get a long boot up, about ⅓ distance of the little line. I am posting a screenshot of the last screen in Verbose before It turns GUI. It does turn GUI, but It only shows a light grey screen and the colored spinning ball. After approximately five minutes, the screen turns off. That’s It. I cannot get past this. The person who was helping me thought that “You no check InjectNVidia.” but said no more on this. I posted the HEX string and the code that EFI studio puts out on my card (see top this post for specs) but he did not say more on this. I don't see a place to do this? Also, if It matters, I currently have a DSDT file but I don't know if I have to have to use one or not? Thanks
  4. No replies in almost a month, really? Is this thread dead?
  5. PS/2 on Gigabyte board

    Not the right place to post apparently. No one home here? Guess not.
  6. I have tried and tried but I have had no success. Following this threads instructions I Have formatted an 8 gig drive, formatted It as GUID, installed the install Yosemite on It, and used the latest Clover as linked in this thread. I also took my kexts and placed them in the 10.10 folder - although the instructions said I needed to create that folder. I guess the thread was started before that folder was added since the Clover reference was older than the one I just downloaded? So I can get to a boot loader screen on that drive. But there is no injection choice as the instructions suggested. I can try two different ways to boot to install disk, one starts to install but opens system utilities and wont go any farther than that. I can run disk utilities, choose a network tool, run a back up or install from the internet (which I am not logged into at boot up). And, what was the point of installing my Yosemite installer on that drive if I were to reinstall from the internet anyway? When I select the other install Yosemite choice I get to a spinning beach ball. Since the mouse was still active, I have It two hours in case It was actually doing something. Finally, I just gave up. One more thing, I can follow directions but I am not an expert at problem solving. I took my best guess at setting up Clover, staying close to the standard install as I could. So, can anyone suggest what I am missing here? The instructions speak of an injection but I saw none? Thanks.
  7. PS/2 on Gigabyte board

    Hope this is the right place to post this? I have tried installing KEXTS as I have discovered them, some apparently for PS/2 usage. But I have a PS/2 device now and It Isn’t working on my green PS/2 port (or the purple one)? I am using a Kensington expert Mouse which is really a large trackball with 4 buttons. I have looked at aftermarket controller drivers such as USB overdrive but none wil work as I am currently using a “Y” adaptor to take the PS/2 output of the device and send It to USB. This Y adaptor has an electronic footprint and the aftermarket controllers see It instead of seeing the trackball behind It. I will have to order a small passthrough (passive) PS/2 to USB adaptor to see if that works. But I am posting here to ask if there is a way to get this working using my hack setup and my Gigabytes built in PS/2? I alwys thought I could do this with the PS/2 KEXTS. Is there somethikng that I Need to do in the DSDT file for this to work? Clueless. Thanks.
  8. Mavericks to Yosemite Problem

    The Clover I am using is "Clover EFI v2.3k r3185". Is there more than one version? Should I be using a differnt version? I forget. It hasnt worked for a long time. Some bug in my insstallation that I never fixed. Oh, here It is, SATA LG 22X DVD±R DVD Burner with LightScribe Black SATA Model GH22LS30 UPDATED: Thursday Mar 5th, 2015 8:59 AM: Backed up fresh copy of main disk to target for Yosemite disk "Yosemite". Main disk has WIFI and recognizes same in system network prefs, clone would not. Has worked in the past, not sure why It is missing now? After this backup will test again Booted to Cloned disk and removed Voodoo as instructed. Tried running Yosemite installer stock from applications folder of target drive. Rebooted when asked (still have not fixed the reboot issue so had to force reboot). On reboot used standard (for me) Chamilion and then selected Yosemite drive. I was hopign this would continue the installation but, went for a while then a KP. Tried this again verbose, same deal. Got distracted by a visitor so didnt make note of the exact panic message.
  9. Hi folks, I am trying this method but I am coming from a chameleon boot with Mavericks so the instructions are not really making clear what path I need to take? I tried this the other day and I really screwed up my Mavericks install. My Chameleon method uses the Extra folder and has no EFI folder. The Clover installer says I need an EFI folder and puts all the stuff in that folder. I should also mention that I am an intermediate user, able and willing to follow instructions - but please don't leave any steps up to common sense or I will get completely lost. That has to do with how my brain works (really). I suppose the first thing for me to learn is how to change over from Chameleon to Clover and boot normally in Mavericks? My set up does use a DSTD file and I am used to altering the chamillion.org file that in my Chameleon installation that resides in the Extras folder. Can someone please help me understand how to change this from Chameleon to Clover - apparently this is necessary before I can make full use of this install tutorial? I just want to get Yosemite installed and get back to my other projects. Nothing personal but I don't really care if It is Chameleon or Clover so long as It works. Since this thread seems to be well supported, if this can work, yay! Any help with this out there? Many thanks in advance.i
  10. Mavericks to Yosemite Problem

    Probably not. I tried that in the past. All I get is more drives that may or may not work. What I am trying to do is find out what is working and what should be working. I have to educate myself in order to do that and, that is harder than It sounds. All I need now with Mavericks is to get sound working again. It would be nice to get evorboot working and DVD to be recognized - very nice, but, that is a PITA I can live with - till I have time to focus on It again. My goal is to A - Get mavericks working for my everyday use (done but for sound) and B - upgrade It to Yosemite. Sound worked great but when I put in a demo of an app called "Digital Power Station" by Bongiovi, the sound quality never really recovered after I uninstalled It. I uninstaled the app but It left a driver I cannot get rid of. The Bongijovi web site says I should have a KEXT called "DPSReflector.KEXT". But, I don't have one in my S/L/E folder. My sound system preferences output has one file listed, the DPSReflector. It does nothing and should not still be there as there is no DPSReflector KEXT. I used to have several output options related to my board and case, green rear out was what I used. But none of those output lines are still there so, no sound. I have used Kext Utility to install the following sound related kext's: Extra: HDAEnabler1.kext, AppleHDA.kext S/L/E: RealtekRTL8111.kext, RealtekRTL81xx.kext, VoodooPS2Controller.kext, Legacy889HDA.kext, ALC885_889a.kext. I still have no sound and no sound output options, Nada, zip, bupkiss. Currently re-cloning my extra drive. I will try again to move It to Yosemite. Last time I tried, I ended up with a drive that would not boot. UPDATE: Hooray. Sound is working again. I threw evry bit of sound I could find in Vietnam tool. VoodooMonitor kext caused panics, removed It and now, It works. I still have that pernicious DPSReflector in my sound panael. Wish I could pull It out by the roots as It doesnt belong there. Will re-clone again and start Yosemite upgrade attempt again. IMPORTANT UPDATE: THIS THREAD: ************* I got into this upgrade mess, now restored, by following this thread: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/298521-easy-yosemite-1010-final-usb-installer-updated-10162014/. It walked me through building a USB drive using Clover. I am more comfortable with Chameleon but not against Clover, I just get confused easily when I don't understand all the options. Clover seems to insist I use EFI where Chameleon does not. I am asked to choose drivers and options for my board but I can't even tell if I need EFI or not. My mom had great stories from being born in Indonesia to missionary parents. She said that in rural areas, woman used to throw a stick of butter against a statue of the Buddha in order to see if they were going to be pregnant or not. If It stuck, It was pregnancy for sure, if not, no pregnancy. That's what I feel like with this hackintosh sometimes. I feel like I keep throwing butter at the screen and seeing what sticks. I remember in the early builds of Yosemite that people were saying that Clover was the only way to get Yosemite working. Is that still true? Was It ever true? I can't even tell what they keep referencing as DP2/DP1 on that thread? My goal is to move to Yosemite and have that boot stable. Can I do that and keep with Chameleon, or is this (link referenced) method really a good way to go? And, if I do this and still have my old files set up from Chameleon, how do I avoid the mess I just slogged through? I apreciate the help. OGT
  11. I recently aquired a Kensington Expert Mouse, the one with the large center trackball. I always wanted one, this one was a gift so of course I said, thank you. But, It is a PS/2 device. No one sells the PS/2-USB adaptors anymore (locally). Before I pay more for shipping than the part is worth, has anyone had success getting a trackball or any mouse device working through your hackintosh PS/2 port? I searched and found an old thread where someone had hacked PS/2 for keyboards only, but that aparently was flawed and not touched since 2010. I did install that driver (ApplePS2Controller.kext) but It seems to not be doign anything with my trackball. Installed It in the extras folder, not clear on extras vs system/Library/extensions ... Would realy love to start using this trackball. Product: Kensington Make: Expert Mouse Model: #64215 Version: Version 5 http://www.amazon.com/Kensington-5-0-Expert-Button-Mouse/dp/B00000K4LD Much thanks. ZoroLives
  12. Hi folks, I am upgrading Mavericks to Yosemite. Ref thread: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/300976-cant-get-it-stable/. to see how I got Mavericks up and running - I had some challenges. I have been reviewing that thread to see if there are answers there for me (again). I have been mostly stable with Mavericks for about 6 months (still no DVD player recognized and restart problems) and I decided it was time to move to Yosemite. Cloned my Mavericks drive and started following directions to upgrade cloned drive to Yosemite. Unfortunately, the Clover I first tried made some global changes and now my main Mavericks drive isn’t booting properly anymore. Thank goodness I still have this 10.6.8 drive to go back to. The Mavericks drive will still boot but it takes about twice as long to do any sort of file launching, and it has no internet anymore. That means I can boot into Mavericks and use any suggested tools, but not chat this way in the mean time. So far the suggested Yosemite upgrade thread is not working. Ref: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/298521-easy-yosemite-1010-final-usb-installer-updated-10162014/. Problem I have now is a familiar one, I have run too many installers at my target disk and I still don’t know what I am doing. This is my fault. I have some rather serious disfunction in my thinking from an old head injury - working through it now (finally) but that is another story. Bottom line is I have a hard time following this process and it helps when I understand what is supposed to go where. I will probably never join the ranks of the experts here and yet I am indebted to them and their hard work and kind and generous support of others here. I wish I knew what should, and should not go where. For example, if I have a voodoo driver, what should I not have that is conflicting, etc.? Maverick now: takes much longer than it used to to boot and to respond after a click to launch an app, wont launch some apps it used to launch (gets a, this app closed unexpectedly - retry - cancel-etc dialogue), shows WIFI in the WIFI software but shows red dot in the system network (and as before, says no DVD player installed even for a DVD file transferred from my laptop - it isn’t the actual player its just not recognized). The main issue is that my formerly stable Maverick drive is now unstable. So following upgrade to Yosemite from Mavericks instructions may fail because I am missing a part of the instructions or because I am applying it to a screwed up Mavericks install. What has clover left that is conflicting with running Chameleon, etc? (and vice verse). All in all it seems that step one is to stabilize Mavericks again. Of course I would be delighted to just get Yosemite working. Thanks again for any help with this. ZoroLives PS: At the posting of this I am recloning (CCC) my (mostly) working Mavericks drive to my future Yosemite drive. THis will erase my errors and confusion from using Chamelion and Clover to boot it properly. My goal is to avoid working on what is already working, test the copy to make sure I know how to get it working and stable, and then do the same thing on my main (Mavericks) drive. OGT (On Going Thanks). Update: My Main Mavericks drive has an Extras folder and an EFI folder. Is it supposed to have both? However I did this, I am thinking this is why it is now taking so darned long to boot and lauch apps? The Extras folder contains org.chameleon.Boot.plist and several KEXTs. The EFI folder contains a bunch of Clover stuff. I have had more past experience with camilion than Clover, however the vanilla install tutorial for Mavericks to Yosemite now says the moderator has moved on to the Clover project and recommends the same. So, I remain confused. UPDATE: Deleted the EFI folder that had the Clover boot stuff in it, booted OK. Veeeerrry slow but assume this is rebuilding cache. Cant get it working with WIFI. WIFI used to work fine on this system. WHatever I did, knocked out the KEXT my system was using. Getting this stable is critical to getting a clone upgraded to Yosemite. My WIFI software (HAwkins) shows I am getting a signal and conencted on that level. But the system network shows no internet connection. REnewed LEase but that did nothing to fix. I will continue to review the previous thread (show link top of this post) for earlier suggestions to make sure the correct network driver is still where it is supposed to be - or, could I have inadvertantly instelled a conflicting network driver that I need to remove? That is my main question, how can I tell what I am supposed to have and not have wiht my build? Still throwing too much garbage at it, hoping something sticks. Would love to learn more about the pieces I am installing, why, why not (conflicts). OGT. UPDATE: Phase 1: Maveriskcs back online and stable is resolved. Reset my kernal chache and paired my extensions a bit. Also deleted the EFI folder with the Clover "stuff". Now any help in getting to Yosemite would be greatly appreciated. OGT.
  13. Applejack Messed it up

    Darn, I guess this is a forgotten siding for discussions? Two days locked out and no assistance? Darn it. Could really use some help here. Will try other ways of posting ...
  14. Applejack Messed it up

    Hi folks. I should not have tried using Applejack on Mavericks. Now it wont boot to that drive. Depending on the preboot method I use I get to: Couldn't allocate class "AudioAUUCDrive", and other errors. I cannot get to single user prompts where I can try FSCK -y or anything, it won't get to that screen. I can boot to my old 10.6, thank goodness. Can anyone suggest a way to get back to my Mavericks drive on boot? Much thanks for any assistance. ADDED: Is it possible to change DIrectory at Single USer prompt? I am researching this on the net and so far, no hits? Wondering if I can still boot Single user on my working 10.6 drive, then change directories and point fsck -y at my problem Mavericks disk?
  15. Can't Get it Stable

    Problem: Still cannot get sound to work. Tried the Voodoo suggested earlier in this thread. Wondering if this updated drive, formerly with 10.6.8, now Mavericks, has some old KEXTS that I need to either update (replace) or get rid of? Question, is there a method or app that someone has already put together so that I could read up on the many different KEXTs? It would help a lot if I understood which KEXTs were involved with which processes? For example, Select "sound" and poof, I get a list of all KEXTS involved with sound. Select "network" and poof again, I get a list of all KEXTS involved with ethernet, etc. If any of these KEXTS did more than one thing then they could show up as flagged that way, How do I sort through al lthe sound related KEXTs to determine which are made formy configuration/hardware chip? For that matter, which is my chip? Using DPCI manager and looking under PCI List, I think my Audio Controler is 8086. Or is this 8280? Is my read correct? From Insanely Mac KEXT page: Voodoo AppleHDA for ALC270 Applehda, alc270 Realtek ALC271X AppleHDA Audio v2.3.7fc3 ALC269, ALC271X, AppleHDA.kext AppleHDA for ALC889 v265.88 AppleHDA for ALC662 2.5.2fc2 applehda, alc662, mavericks Realtek ALC885 AppleHDA Audio v2.3.7 Realtek ALC888 AppleHDA Audio v2.3.7 Realtek ALC887 AppleHDA Audio v2.3.7 Currently Installed on this proble with sound volume: Accusys6xxxx.kext acfs.kext acfsctl.kext ALF.kext AMD2400Controller.kext AMD2600Controller.kext AMD3800Controller.kext AMD4600Controller.kext AMD4800Controller.kext AMD5000Controller.kext AMD6000Controller.kext AMD7000Controller.kext AMDFramebuffer.kext AMDRadeonVADriver.bundle AMDRadeonX3000.kext AMDRadeonX3000GLDriver.bundle AMDRadeonX4000.kext AMDRadeonX4000GLDriver.bundle AMDSupport.kext Apple_iSight.kext Apple16X50Serial.kext AppleACPIPlatform.kext AppleAHCIPort.kext AppleAPIC.kext AppleBacklight.kext AppleBacklightExpert.kext AppleBluetoothMultitouch.kext AppleBMC.kext AppleCameraInterface.kext AppleEFIRuntime.kext AppleFDEKeyStore.kext AppleFileSystemDriver.kext AppleFSCompressionTypeDataless.kext AppleFSCompressionTypeLZVN.kext AppleFSCompressionTypeZlib.kext AppleFWAudio.kext AppleGraphicsControl.kext AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext AppleHDA.kext AppleHDA.kext.bak AppleHDADisabler.kext AppleHIDKeyboard.kext AppleHIDMouse.kext AppleHPET.kext AppleHSSPIHIDDriver.kext AppleHSSPISupport.kext AppleHWAccess.kext AppleHWSensor.kext AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementClient.kext AppleIntelE1000e.kext AppleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext AppleIntelHD3000Graphics.kext AppleIntelHD3000GraphicsGA.plugin AppleIntelHD3000GraphicsGLDriver.bundle AppleIntelHD3000GraphicsVADriver.bundle AppleIntelHD4000Graphics.kext AppleIntelHD4000GraphicsGLDriver.bundle AppleIntelHD4000GraphicsVADriver.bundle AppleIntelHD5000Graphics.kext AppleIntelHD5000GraphicsGLDriver.bundle AppleIntelHD5000GraphicsVADriver.bundle AppleIntelHDGraphics.kext AppleIntelHDGraphicsFB.kext AppleIntelHDGraphicsGA.plugin AppleIntelHDGraphicsGLDriver.bundle AppleIntelHDGraphicsVADriver.bundle AppleIntelHSWVA.bundle AppleIntelIVBVA.bundle AppleIntelLpssDmac.kext AppleIntelLpssGspi.kext AppleIntelLpssSpiController.kext AppleIntelMCEReporter.kext AppleIntelSNBGraphicsFB.kext AppleIntelSNBVA.bundle AppleIRController.kext AppleKextExcludeList.kext AppleKeyStore.kext AppleKeyswitch.kext AppleLPC.kext AppleLSIFusionMPT.kext AppleMatch.kext AppleMCCSControl.kext AppleMCEDriver.kext AppleMCP89RootPortPM.kext AppleMIDIFWDriver.plugin AppleMIDIIACDriver.plugin AppleMIDIRTPDriver.plugin AppleMIDIUSBDriver.plugin AppleMikeyHIDDriver.kext AppleMobileDevice.kext AppleMultitouchDriver.kext ApplePlatformEnabler.kext AppleRAID.kext AppleRAIDCard.kext AppleRTC.kext AppleSDXC.kext AppleSEP.kext AppleSmartBatteryManager.kext AppleSMBIOS.kext AppleSMBusController.kext AppleSMBusPCI.kext AppleSMC.kext AppleSMCLMU.kext AppleSRP.kext AppleStorageDrivers.kext AppleThunderboltDPAdapters.kext AppleThunderboltEDMService.kext AppleThunderboltIP.kext AppleThunderboltNHI.kext AppleThunderboltPCIAdapters.kext AppleThunderboltUTDM.kext AppleTopCase.kext AppleTyMCEDriver.kext AppleUpstreamUserClient.kext AppleUSBAudio.kext AppleUSBDisplays.kext AppleUSBEthernetHost.kext AppleUSBMultitouch.kext AppleUSBTopCase.kext AppleVADriver.bundle AppleWWANAutoEject.kext AppleXsanFilter.kext ATIRadeonX2000.kext ATIRadeonX2000GA.plugin ATIRadeonX2000GLDriver.bundle ATIRadeonX2000VADriver.bundle ATTOCelerityFC.kext ATTOExpressPCI4.kext ATTOExpressSASHBA.kext ATTOExpressSASHBA3.kext ATTOExpressSASRAID.kext AudioAUUC.kext autofs.kext BJUSBLoad.kext BootCache.kext cd9660.kext cddafs.kext CellPhoneHelper.kext corecrypto.kext CoreStorage.kext Dont Steal Mac OS X.kext DSACL.ppp DSAuth.ppp DVFamily.bundle EAP-KRB.ppp EAP-RSA.ppp EAP-TLS.ppp EPSONUSBPrintClass.kext EvOreboot.kext exfat.kext FakeSMC.kext GeForce.kext GeForce2MXGLDriver.bundle GeForce3GLDriver.bundle GeForceFXGLDriver.bundle GeForceGA.plugin GeForceGLDriver.bundle GeForceTesla.kext GeForceTeslaGLDriver.bundle GeForceTeslaVADriver.bundle GeForceVADriver.bundle HotSync Classic Seize.kext hp_designjet_series.kext hp_Deskjet_io_enabler.kext hp_Inkjet_io_enabler.kext hp_Inkjet1_io_enabler.kext hp_Inkjet3_io_enabler.kext hp_Inkjet4_io_enabler.kext hp_Inkjet5_io_enabler.kext hp_Inkjet8_io_enabler.kext hp_io_printerclassdriver_enabler.kext hp_Laserjet_io_enabler.kext hp_Officejet_io_enabler.kext hp_Photosmart_io_enabler.kext hp_PhotosmartPro_io_enabler.kext hp_qc_io_enabler.kext hpPlugInInit.kext IO80211Family.kext IOAccelerator2D.plugin IOAcceleratorFamily.kext IOAcceleratorFamily2.kext IOACPIFamily.kext IOAHCIFamily.kext IOATAFamily.kext IOAudioFamily.kext IOAVBFamily.kext IOBDStorageFamily.kext IOBluetoothFamily.kext IOBluetoothHIDDriver.kext IOCDStorageFamily.kext IODVDStorageFamily.kext IOFireWireAVC.kext IOFireWireFamily.kext IOFireWireIP.kext IOFireWireSBP2.kext IOFireWireSerialBusProtocolTransport.kext IOGraphicsFamily.kext IOHDIXController.kext IOHIDFamily.kext IONDRVSupport.kext IONetworkingFamily.kext IOPCIFamily.kext IOPlatformPluginFamily.kext IOReportFamily.kext IOSCSIArchitectureModelFamily.kext IOSCSIParallelFamily.kext IOSerialFamily.kext IOSMBusFamily.kext IOStorageFamily.kext IOStreamFamily.kext IOSurface.kext IOThunderboltFamily.kext IOTimeSyncFamily.kext IOUSBAttachedSCSI.kext IOUSBFamily.kext IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext IOUserEthernet.kext IOVideoFamily.kext iPodDriver.kext JMicronATA.kext L2TP.ppp LexmarkUSBMerge.kext LittleSnitch.kext LogitechHIDDevices.kext LogitechUnifying.kext mcxalr.kext MicrosoftKeyboard.kext MicrosoftMouse.kext msdosfs.kext myHack.kext ntfs.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext NVDAGF100Hal.kext NVDAGK100Hal.kext NVDANV50HalTesla.kext NVDAResman.kext NVDAResmanTesla.kext NVDAStartup.kext NVSMU.kext OSvKernDSPLib.kext PPP.kext PPPoE.ppp PPPSerial.ppp PPTP.ppp pthread.kext Quarantine.kext 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