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Cindori

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  1. You can get a USB3->Ethernet adapter for cheap. Works OOTB on OS X.
  2. I'm verifying that the rebuild is working through console, the only errors I'm getting are: But I think I got similar ones when I installed 10.10.0 (and that works fine), and they are just omitted and not system critical (?) The output proceeds with
  3. Anyone got detailed steps for updating to 10.10.3? I cloned my Yosemite 10.10.0 install to a new drive I ran the combo updater and rebooted ->PCI Configuration Begin I ran kernel patch from #1 post ->PCI Configuration Begin I reinstalled my 10.9.5 IOPCIFamily.kext and AppleACPIPlatform.kext from my working 10.10.0 Yosemite drive ->PCI Configuration Begin I tried rebuilding kextcache manually according to gulftown ->Still PCI Configuration Begin
  4. OS X El Capitan Test Thread

    Actually, kext-dev-mode is removed in El Cap. Setting it has zero effect. See: https://www.cindori.org/forums/topic/trim-enabler-with-os-x-el-capitan/#post-37000 Unsigned/patched kexts now load without any boot args at all. You just need rootless for 1 reboot in order to modify them.
  5. Asus X99-S/Deluxe and Yosemite

    My system is up and running since a while ago. See my guide here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/301585-haswell-e-mach-kernel-patch-5960x-5830k-and-5820k-yosemite/page-10?do=findComment&comment=2077851
  6. Ok guys after going slightly insane over the last 5 days over the issue with my install (see above posts), I FINALLY SOLVED IT. This journey included 20+hours of troubleshooting, buying a new SSD and external HD dock, installing Yosemite and Mavericks around 10 times... When I finally succeeded with installing on the brand new SSD, it behaved like my old install, rebooting/KP on login. Had a Windows drive that booted just fine, although it was having random BSOD's after 4+ hours of use... Started to give up on my whole system... And then I saw it: Removed it, and my installs started working 100%.... Not sure whether to laugh or cry
  7. So I looked at my logs and I downloaded an App Store app (Blackmagic Speed Test) around 18.00 and shut down the computer 2 hours later. Next day it does not boot. I hardly think a sandboxed app can mess with the system, so it must be something to do with using the Mac App Store that broke my install. None of the extensions have been altered....
  8. Yeah, I'll probably switch to Mavericks just to get a stable machine. Any guide you would recommend?
  9. Asus X99-S/Deluxe and Yosemite

    No, I've stayed with 10.10.0
  10. So today my 5960x hack won't boot. I get to background image with mouse pointer and then instant reboot. Booting with -s tells me that I am again stuck on PCI Configuration Begin For those who don't know, I have been running my 5960x hack since October last year, without issues. I am clueless to what happened. I did not touch any OS updates or anything yesterday. Maybe I downloaded an App Store app. BIOS are still intact. So are Clover and bootloader args. No new hardware is connected to the computer. I don't know, this is just so out of the blue. Just sharing my frustration. I have to say I can not recommend 5960x for Hackintosh.
  11. Since 10.10 source is now public, maybe we can work out fixes for the AppleACPIPlatform kexts?
  12. Not sure about your error. You installed clover to your HD right? My settings for clover:
  13. I have it running 100% Clover. samtimbaud: Mine is doing that too. But it doesn't seem to affect performance?
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