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SonicRaT

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  1. Sorry I have been MIA... had some personal issues that unfortunately have caused a lot of problems. I'll upload an updated file later today that should resolve most of the issues. The only problem I have on occasion is a kernel panic with VoodooHDA that I can't seem to resolve easily.
  2. Are you sure you did this on the right computer? This thing shows an NVIDIA video card.
  3. Can you dump 'ioreg -lw0' to a file and upload it? I'll take a peak and see what's up with the display.
  4. I don't use any particular "patches" per se, I simply go through it and patch stuff as I come across it. In your situation, there's no call to the GFX0 from any of the WAK routines, so I was trying to "force" the backlight to a specific value after waking. However, it seems this doesn't work since the card itself isn't being turned back on.
  5. May be an issue with VoodooHD. I noticed my install started having problems with VoodooHD causing KP/reboots. I've been "rebuilding" the DSDT/SSDT edits from scratch on a fresh install because mine became so messed up. I'll try to update the files later today.
  6. They're on the guide post now. The ACPI tables still need work, but it'll do for now.
  7. Yeah, I accidentally broke one of the SSDT's. lol.
  8. Surface Pro 2: Installation Guide Follow this guide to create a bootable USB Mavericks: Mavericks Vanilla installation NOTE: DO NOT INSTALL CHAMELEON Download and install Clover (http://sourceforge.net/projects/cloverefiboot/)Select Custom Install Select UEFI Install Select OsxAptioFixDrv-64.efi and VBoxHfs-64.efi under Drivers Copy the included mach_kernel to the root of the USB device Copy the included kexts to USB:/System/Library/Extensions Copy the included ACPI patches to EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched/ Copy the included config.plist to EFI/CLOVER/ If you wish to repartition your drive, skip the following steps: Start Windows 8.1 Go to the desktop, right click on the "Start" button, and open Disk Management Select the C:\ partition, right click, and go to "Shrink Volume" Enter the new size for the volume and click OK Afterwards, right click on the empty space and select format Format the new partition as NTFS Shutdown the device, then power on holding the volume down key with the USB stick installed Open Disk Utility once the installer has come up Locate the newly created NTFS partition and select "erase" Change the file system to HFS+ (MacOS Extended Journaled) Exit Disk Utility Install Mavericks Prior to restarting, open Terminal Copy the required kexts to /S/L/E: cp -R /System/Library/Extensions/FakeSMC.kext /Volumes/"NEW OSX PARTITION"/System/Library/Extensions/ cp -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext /Volumes/"NEW OSX PARTITION"/System/Library/Extensions/ cp -R /System/Library/Extensions/ACPIBatteryManager.kext /Volumes/"NEW OSX PARTITION"/System/Library/Extensions/ cp -R /System/Library/Extensions/VoodooHDA.kext /Volumes/"NEW OSX PARTITION"/System/Library/Extensions/ Reboot back into Clover (you will need to hold the volume button again) Select the newly installed Mavericks drive and boot Post-Install Steps: Install HWSensors: http://sourceforge.net/projects/hwsensors/ Install Touch-Base drivers: http://touch-base.com/documentation/SurfacePro.htm (may not yet support Surface Pro 2, but touch works) 11/15/13: v1.0 files removed due to DSDT/SSDT issues.
  9. (surfaceosx) See if this helps with the sleep issue. Just replace your old dsdt.aml with this. NOTE: This is only for the Surface Pro, not the Pro 2. dsdt.aml.zip
  10. If you dump the tables with Clover, it'll have them all in the EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/origin/ folder.
  11. Was there only the one? On the SP2, there's 8 or so.
  12. (surfaceosx) Jah, I'll need to look at the SSDT files to fix the sleep problem.
  13. That should be right then. I did notice that your clover doesn't appear to be loading OsxAptioFixDrv-64.efi. Check the EFI/CLOVER/driversuefi64/ folder and make sure that is there. There should also be the hfs driver too. EDIT: Oh, don't use the DSDT found here! That's for the Surface Pro 1 only! I meant the DSDT patches found in config.plist for clover. However, check that you have the appropriate clover drivers first.
  14. That looks like the error that happens if you're still using the original kernel. You have to replace it with a custom built kernel (linked on the first page). If you have done that, it's likely a result of your DSDT settings then in Clover.
  15. OK. I'll look into the DSDT some more and see if I can figure some things out.
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