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  1. Glad to see my work is helping others!
  2. I slipped the newer Yosemite driver into an older D-link DWA-130 driver package, this got things working smoothly for me. Wifi turns on at login and resumes after sleep. Ralink - Dlink - Yosemite Updated Drivers.zip
  3. Airport-like app for Ralink 2870

    I made a modification to an older Dlink DWA-130 package, and replaced the RT2870 kext that wasn't compatible with 10.10.5 and inserted one that is working. I have added the following line to the postinstall script so it should automatically launch at login. osascript -e 'tell application "System Events" to make login item at end with properties {path:"/System/Library/StartupItems/MiniTaskUSB-DWA130.app", hidden:false}' Need some feedback from people that have tested it on Yosemite 10.10 I am currently running this driver and its working well. Wifi starts on login and resumes after a sleep. I haven't run the package on a clean install yet, but this is a proof of concept. Ralink - Dlink - Yosemite Updated Drivers.zip
  4. DWA-130 Dlink USB Wireless N

    I am using this driver currently. I have hardware rev B1. This software installs the 10.10 driver and the associated software to configure the wireless. If for some reason it's not launching on login, try adding the MiniTaskUSB-DWA130 application to the User Login items in the control panel. This application is found in /System/Library/StartupItems/MiniTaskUSB-DWA130.app D-Link DWA-130 Driver for 10.10.zip
  5. D-Link DWA-130 USB Dongle

    I also have this hardware except it's Rev B1 and it's what I'm using to connect to the internet at my home. Currently I have it working on a 10.10.5 hack. Here's the files I used to get it to work, please let me know if you encounter any issues. I created this package by hacking two other driver packages. I took the RT2870USBWireless Driver out of one package that the software wasn't compatible and put it into another package that had compatible software but incompatible driver. I hope it works as I've not needed to run the package but I assume it's working. So I need a beta tester. D-Link DWA-130 Driver for 10.10.zip
  6. Thanks for the fast response poly, I was able to get the nvidia drivers working at last. Due to the confusion of El Capitan and Yosemite I was going down the wrong rabbit hole. There's eight hours of my life I'll never get back. XD
  7. I installed the latest Yosemite security update 10.10.5 build 14F1509 and I was having trouble getting the nvidia drivers released 12/10/15 to install. I am using a MacPro5,1 smbios, but the drivers didn't want to install on this build even though the nvidia website says it's compatible. I modified the package to ignore the software check and went ahead with the installation. I've made sure to set GraphicsEnabler=No, nvda_drv=1, kext-dev-mode=1. I ran the NVIDIA WebDriver Update 1.4 but it kept saying you don't have the NVDAStartupWeb.kext. I made a backup of my NVDAStartup.kext and renamed it to NVDAStartupWeb.kext. Not sure what's going on at this point, the Nvidia driver doesn't think I'm using the correct OS that it's designed to run on.
  8. Fermi Graphics Power Management

    Reporting in, 10.9.2 update successful. I'm running Clover v2652 with the P6T Deluxe V2 motherboard. These FPS are close to what I was getting. I got sound working using AppleHDA using the patch-hda script I found here. I had to rehack my AGPM kexts for this update and the AppleHDA. Clover efi does a great job and I am really happy that I switched to this boot loader, steep learning curve but worth it imo. The auto patched DSDT file Clover creates required a little bit of work to get it to compile correct with minimal warnings. I used MaciASL to apply the AMI motherboard patch, added Ermac DSDT edits for HDEF. I have seen some fermi freezes with some previous settings so I am still trying to figure out how to make the system completely stable. My magic mouse while is working, will occasionally lag and has a mind of it's own. This is my current AGPM.
  9. I just went through the fix for the bootmgr missing error when boot into windows this weekend. You have the option of removing the system reserved partition all together like I did. That requires booting up with the windows install cd, pressing shift F10 and using diskpart to set the windows partition as active, then running the repair feature of the install cd, and choosing startup repair, windows install cd recognizes the issue and writes a new boot loader onto the partition. You can think of it like a fresh OSX install that hasn't had the chameleon boot loader written yet.
  10. Fermi Graphics Power Management

    Update: Wasn't too pleased with the last settings because AGPM was down shifting from full graphics acceleration to half. This is because windowed OpenGL apps consume less GPU power and AGPM thinks it's okay to conserve power, bad apple... Thats one thing that I don't get about AGPM and the OSX operating system in general, if there's an OpenGL application running, that should throw up a flag somewhere and prevent agpm from conserving power, that is a mystery. These settings aren't the final solution but it's a step in the correct direction. Hello once again, I find myself interested in working on my hackintosh. After several attempts I installed 10.9 and I have been very pleased with the results overall. I purchased a GBU521 bluetooth dongle off newegg for $20 and it works just like oem bluetooth in that the wireless keyboard and mouse can wake the machine out of sleep and sleep is working well too. Only problem I'm seeing is my onboard sound AD2000B codec works but there's room for improvement. On boot the messages I am seeing are 11/20/13 9:16:07.000 PM kernel[0]: Sound assertion in AppleHDACodecGeneric at line 514 that line repeats about 20 times. My bluray drive quits working, I press the eject button at the top and I get a popup dialog like I just inserted a disc but then when I click on it I get an error about drive not being supported it's a Pioneer BD-RW BDR-205. The reason I am posting is because I wanted to share some more insight about APGM and my experiences with EVGA GTX 560 Ti (That I had to RMA, thanks EVGA for lifetime warranty). It was performing well but not great. Tonight I made some modifications to the Info.plist in APGM and got much better results. At the desktop the power draw is 220 watts. I am impressed with the results of my latest tweaking. I ran Geekbench 2 on my Windows 7 and 10.9 and here are the results for that. I tried something different today with the AGPM Info.plist. I added BoostPState and BoostTime as you can see in the screenshot. I basically mimicked what some of the other definitions had in order to get a more OEM feeling Hack. I also added Heuristics section but I left the High and Low fields out. This setup isn't quite tuned in yet as my log shows me I am switching power states quite heavily but that will be fixed in the future with some more tweaking. I do love Command + Shift + 4, makes it easier to share stuff and <3 imgur.com
  11. Dual Boot Bluetooth Pairing Solved

    There is also another technique to this. First have the mouse/keyboard paired in OS X. Then switch to Windows and open bluetooth dialog. Add device, then press the power button on the keyboard. Sometimes it won't pair at first, so what I do is hold the power key on the keyboard for a few then let go, then gently press it once. Once windows sees the device and it's in the list, you right click it, properies, then the HID services will have an empty tick box, click that, hit ok, then press cancel on the dialog and windows will install the drivers and should be working in HID mode, less secure but easier.
  12. Fermi Graphics Power Management

    Greetings, okay I've revised it. I think it was that control id 17, changed to 18. This file is from a Lion 10.7.1 os x system. AGPM_GTX560_Controlid18_MacPro41_Generic.zip Kext Utility Lion App Remember to drag this file ontop of kext utility lion. KextUtilityLion.zip You can achieve full performance from the card by changing SensorOption to 0. It's useful for testing and troubleshooting. This disables power savings and your card will be at maximum performance.
  13. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Replace the individual files by hand, copying the directories straight over and overwriting seems to hose the install.
  14. Dual Boot Bluetooth Pairing Solved

    Run regedit as "system" with the command: psexec -s -i regedit
  15. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Hi, I followed the steps but I'm still not getting true resumes from hibernation. Just a reboot. I've installed boot to "/", installed sleepenabler to /E/E, ran lion kext utility. My current chameleon version is r1203. using arch=i386 npci=0x2000, 2gb ram I have two partitions, efi > hfs > ntfs in that order. Ntfs is set as active to preserve windows hibernation. tried giving the force wake option also wakeimage=/var/vm/sleepimage pmset hibernatemode 0 light sleep pmset hibernatemode 1 reboot pmset hibernatemode 3 reboot pmset hibernatemode 25 reboot any suggestions?
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