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Kris404

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  1. You can rollback using Combo update file or in-place reinstall of OS X (I usually rollback by reinstalling from Mac AppStore file or upgrade using Combo update file)
  2. Try installing 346 series driver instead of older 343.
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    [pre-release] OS X Yosemite 10.10.3

    Can anyone confirm if 'HDMI Audio' is working using stock nVidia drivers on the latest 10.10.3 beta update?
  4. Latest 10.10.3 update 14D87h released today (02/23/2015) broke even the native OS X nVidia driver support for HDMI audio on GT 640 (using HDMIAudio.kext). Back to the previous build (14D72i) and all is well.
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    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    Ok, becuase on my hack where iMessage is now working, the only values different than my MBA are the serial & model-id. I did not try to login to iMessage/Facetime on my original MBA to see if it is black-listed or not but it is logged into iCloud services with a different Apple ID. Anyway, this feels like a cat & mouse game at this point.
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    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    Did you verify if your Hardware UUIDs are the same on both machines?
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    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    Confirmed, thank you. I changed all values to the ones from my real MBA except the Model (iMac12,2) & Serial. Values I changed in 'Clover Configurator': 1) SMBIOS > Board-ID ('Board-id' value from my MBA obtained via iMessage_Debug2 utility) 2) SMBIOS > Board Serial Number ('BoardSerialNumber' value from my MBA obtained via iMessage_Debug2 utility) 3) SMBIOS> SmUUID ('System-ID' value from my MBA obtained via iMessage_Debug2 utility) 4) Rt Variables > ROM ('ROM' value from my MBA obtained via iMessage_Debug2 utility); just in case 5) Rt Variables > MLB ('BoardSerialNumber' value from my MBA obtained via iMessage_Debug2 utility); just in case Rebooted to check the values. Automatically generated 'Hardware UUID' indeed now matches that of the MBA (didn't have to insert this) After re-authorizing iCloud via 2-factor authentication, logged into iMessage. It now works (all blue colored contact names and messages)
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    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    Ditto. Strange thing is the 'Delivered' status, which is a lie *lol* If I enable iCloud email for iMessages on both phone & hack with 'iPhone Cellular Calls' in Facetime settings on both, I can send/recieve regular SMS messages. In fact twice, intended iMessages got automatically converted to SMS (green color) and then sent (via relay). Turned it off as they cost $$. I'll dig into the log to see if I can find anything.
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    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    Yeah, stopped working. I am using a real MLB/ROM from my MBA. I wiped clean all the plists, history and tried again. It logs in just fine (screenshot below) but the messages never come-in or go out.
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    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    Guys, something changed this week. I'm not able to send or receive iMessages from iMac12,2 even with valid MLB/ROM from my MacBookAir6,2. Perhaps they are checking the Serial/SMBIOS now as well? It logs in just fine but messages never get delivered. No issues whatsoever on the iDevices.
  11. Same here. Had to downgrade back to the last 343.01 series driver.
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    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    From a real MacBookAir6,1, the NBR value is: 0U9 Assuming: PP G Y WW xx NBR EEEE xx
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    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    In the 'Additional Information' table for the logic board.
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    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    MacBookAir6,1 300, F9Q2
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    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    I'm trying to generate an MLB for the same board as well - iMac12,2, serial starts with C02xxxxxxxxx: Nice Name: iMac 27 inch Core i5 (Mid 2011) Machine Model: iMac12,2 Name: iMac Intel (Mid 2011) ModelCode: imac_mid_11 Family name: A1312 Model Number: MC813 Group1: iMac Group2: Intel Generation: CPU speed: 2.7GHz Screen size: 27 inch Screen resolution: 2560x1440 pixels Colour: Aluminium Production year: 2011 Production week: 42 (October) Model introduced: 2011 Memory - flavour: DDR3-S-1333 Memory - number of slots: 4 Memory - maximum total: 32GB Memory - largest module: 8GB Factory: C0 (Quanta Computer (Susidiary = Tech Com) China) MLB=PP G Y WW TTT xx EEEE xx PP = Production Plant (location) G = Generation Y = Year WW = Week TTT = Board Type EEEE = EEE Code So far: C0 2 2 42 600 xx DJWN xx Is this correct?
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