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About HFW

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  1. OS X 10.9 DP's builds

    Downloaded, updated, no problems. I did have to re-run TRIM Enabler.
  2. 10.8.4 Betas Builds

    It works here? As I said, I've been using the retail driver in the beta builds with the same mod for a while now Edit: The "block" as you call it is just a single string in NVDAStartup.kext called "NVDARequiredOS" Just sharing what I know :\
  3. 10.8.4 Betas Builds

    Open NVDAStartup.kext/Contents/Info.plist Blank out IOKitPersonalities/NVDAStartup/NVDARequireOS. Works fine here. Been using it during the beta of .4
  4. Classic environment

  5. 10.8.4 Betas Builds

    Apps: Extensions:
  6. Right fine. Thanks for nothing all. SSDT.zip
  7. Just seems a bit small considering the download from Apple's site is 25MB. Maybe it only shows up if you have Time Machine enabled? Just a guess.
  8. Shows here Seems a little small though? 38KB? :S
  9. First tries

    Well since I'd quite like to have speedstep working, deleting the kexts (or using NullCPUPM) isn't really an option...
  10. First tries

    Not seen that one before^ At first I thought it was my overclock, but after removing that I got a slightly different panic which I figured meant it was my SSDT. So I tried without my SSDT and using GenerateP/CStates which boots but only gets me 2 P states (16 & 33, no Turbo Boost). Any ideas? Besides waiting for the next DP I've got a patched UEFI avoiding the need to use Speedstepper, so that's unlikely to be the problem. Lion works fine with the exact same SSDT :/
  11. ...or you could just turn it off? From here Even says it in the part you quoted v.v
  12. HWSensors

    Yup, seems to work (mostly) http://dl.dropbox.co...%2019.52.38.png Not too bothered about voltages myself though, it was fan speeds/temps I was interested in. Thanks. Edit: And multiplier now shows up in HWMonitor for me: http://dl.dropbox.co...%2019.57.31.png Doesn't seem to change though.