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  1. Hi SavageAUS, Thanks for your recent reply. As you mentioned, " In a dual graphics setup (optimus) you cannot have the Nvidia/AMD GPU as primary", so, I am focusing on the Intel graphics as the primary. I've been real busy, but will be working on providing some useful feedback. PS. the config.plist file you mentioned to try is causing a circle with a line through it ( causing it not to boot). Talk to you soon,
  2. Clover General discussion

    Hi SavageAUS, Thanks for the help getting me started. I followed the steps you mentioned ( I uploaded the corrected files on my original post as well). I started a new thread - listed below. Please let me know if there is any added info I can provide. Regards, http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/328909-budget-gaming-laptop-acer-aspire-e5-574g-54y2-final-polish/?p=2522269
  3. Greetings, I've really enjoyed working with OS X ( OS: 10.11.5 ) on my laptop " Acer Aspire E5-574G-54Y2" The Clover Bootloader ( Clover revision: 3544 ) is Awesome, as well as the contributors that have made it possible . I'm able to boot and work, but I'm experiencing random boots and I have my NVIDIA graphic device listed, and showing to be working as a 3D accelerator (with 0 MB VRAM size ), but I have not been able to boot/use it as the primary graphics device ( I’ve tried several solutions listed for my NVIDIA 940M, but no luck, I still boot into a black screen- I can hear error sounds made from typing keys- like the system has properly booted, but just has a black screen. One thing I found odd, the Intel Graphics Card that is used ( Intel® HD Graphics 520 (Skylake GT2) is showing that there is no kext loaded for the device. The audio is working quite well. It appears to be setup correctly. The ACPI/DSDT files were found in ESP/EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/origin. The video ROMS were found in ESP/EFI/CLOVER/ROM/ I am hoping someone can help me achieve a "Final Polish" with the proper setup, config, DSDT, etc. I have attached some files and would be happy to provide some more details/files if needed. Thanks a bunch in advance for all the hard work and contributions! Sincerely, iMAC 14,2 setup files.zip
  4. Clover General discussion

    Greetings, I've really enjoyed working with OS X ( OS: 10.11.5 ) on my laptop " Acer Aspire E5-574G-54Y2" The Clover Bootloader ( Clover revision: 3544 ) is Awesome, as well as the contributors that have made it possible. I'm able to boot and work, but I'm experiencing random boots and I have my NVIDIA graphic device listed, and showing to be working as a 3D accelerator (with 0 MB VRAM size ), but I have not been able to boot/use it as the primary graphics device ( I’ve tried several solutions listed for my NVIDIA 940M, but no luck, I still boot into a black screen- I can hear error sounds made from typing keys- like the system has properly booted, but just has a black screen. One thing I found odd, the Intel Graphics Card that is used ( Intel® HD Graphics 520 (Skylake GT2) is showing that there is no kext loaded for the device. The audio is working quite well. It appears to be setup correctly. The ACPI/DSDT files were found in ESP/EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/origin. The video ROMS were found in ESP/EFI/CLOVER/ROM/ I am hoping someone can help me with the proper setup, config, DSDT, etc. I have attached some files and would be happy to provide some more details/files if needed. Thanks a bunch in advance for all the hard work and contributions! Sincerely, iMAC 14,2 setup files.zip
  5. Lenovo Y560-06465CU DSDT

    Thanks BugsB. I'm not sure what happened, but I have re-edited my post. Hopefully it posts right, and is helpful to us with this laptop.
  6. Lenovo Y560-06465CU DSDT

    Hi MaLd0n, Awsome work! I have been testing this DSDT in LION. I'm having good success so far except for when it comes to monitoring/controlling temps, fans, northbridge temps, etc. I am hoping you could help with this (provide required DSDT edits). I have researched trying to do this. However, it is currently a little bit over my head to accomplish. Thanks for all your hard work on this Lenovo! You Rock!
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