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  1. bronxteck

    USB Audio Stuttering/Crackling

    could be an HPET / TSC Sync issue. does your system clock slow down or run faster then it should. also check cpu and buss ratios.
  2. the slowness is most likely IM's host provider. we used to use ONE.com but they sucked and it was super slow so we switched and things definitely got better on the slowness front
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    Clover General discussion

    did sourceforge wipe out clover repository? https://sourceforge.net/p/cloverefiboot/code/ it shows No (more) commits
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    VoodooHDA 2.9.0

    go to your applications folder and select midi prefpane try lowering or raising the Khz there.
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    AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching

    i think the "red light" you are referring to is that you have a optical SPDIF output (3.5 mm) combo jack. it most likely will be "red" when audio is active.
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    VoodooHDA 2.9.0

    Have you tried adjusting the Khz in midi pref pane or editing the info plist to suit your needs. that sometimes corrects weird noise behavior.
  7. panic info is stored in NVRAM you can try clearing it.
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    Clover now boots from my windows drive too ???

    you can make or edit one from your browser using cloud clover editor app http://cloudclovereditor.altervista.org/cce/index.php the link is from the app creators post on this forum.
  9. if your running UEFI bios try with just aptiomemoryfix.efi driver instead of osxaptiofixdrv + emu variable +RC scripts. there have been alot of clover updates since this thread was first started. you will still need PNLF also there is an option in clover that you can set intel backlight and max backlight. there is a clover build script called build_clover.command on this site that will build you latest clover with aptiomemoryfix driver as an install option
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    OSXLatitude is down?

    ok topic can be SOLVED we are back online and thank you for your patience.
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    OSXLatitude is down?

    like usual things take longer then expected.... hoping to be up in a few hours. key word hopefully
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    OSXLatitude is down?

    thanks so much fantomas1 hopefully all goes well. there will still need to be a few tweaks done but that will happen as time progresses and we get feedback from our users.
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    OSXLatitude is down?

    hahahahah... no nothing nefarious going on. just updating we also where on old ip-board as IM was. so the new site flow will be very similar. since it is what ip-board looks like now in the new versions. migration is almost completed. We are currently waiting for all the content to be rebuild (an automatic process); to match the new URLs with SSL turned on too. At the current pace thats probably going to take another 6 hours. Then we do some final testing to make sure everything works as intended (including having old links resolve properly), and reopen the site again. In short: everything is going according to plan thus far and we are on schedule.
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    OSXLatitude is down?

    as Herve mentions we are upgrading the site just need to finish up some server back end {censored}... we should hopefully be up by tomorrow if we don"t have any crazy incompatibilities come up. but we have been testing on another server for a bit so hopefully it goes smooth thanks for noticing allen (thumbs up).
  15. can't the edk repo just be changed in the BuildCloverConfig.txt on line 16 EDK2_REP=svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/edk2/code/trunk/edk2 or is there more to it then just that?
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