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About johncool

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  1. Here you have it (sorry for the external link, I keep getting an error when attaching files to a reply): Send me johncools-iMac.home.zip Thanks!
  2. Hey John! Welcome! -Post your full Clover folder -Send me tables http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=278494 -Send me one Ioreg too http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=278495 Hi! I couldn't send the file earlier, but here it is. send me.zip Thank you very much!!
  3. Hello, Thanks for your help. Could you help me create a DSDT for the Gigabyte H110M-S2H?
  4. You can edit the Broadcom info.plist plugin (can't remember the exact name inside IOBluetoothFamily.kext and insert the vendor and device id of your dongle. I'm away from the computer until tomorrow, but I can show you how if you need help.
  5. Follow this link. That's how I installed Yosemite with Clover on my 775 board. http://www.skylineosx.com/installation/switching-from-chameleonchimera-to-clover/
  6. Install Mountain Lion with update

    You have to create a USB disk installer as maly70 said. Follow one of the guides available on the forum to do such a thing, or check http://myhack.sojugarden.com/. Only after you've done this and booted from the USB installer can you upgrade from Lion to ML.
  7. PCI Configuration Begin

    Finder is capable of running on a 32bit kernel (I have my installation of Lion GM running with i386 flag, because of my Audigy kext), but won't run on 32bit-only CPU's.
  8. I used the Mald0n method. In fact, I didn't copy my extra folder from SL. Since I don't use sleep (it resets CMOS on Lion and I haven't tried any on the solutions posted around here - even 'though it works okay in SL) I only have FakeSMC installed with the temperature plug-ins. All I did was add the next for the Realtek NIC and modify the boot.plist for the graphics
  9. All I did was installing it with the latest Chameleon. For network I used the Lnx2Mac's Realtek driver (see: http://lnx2mac.blogspot.com/p/realtekrtl81...sx-driver.html). I'm not using onboard sound, so I don't use any next for it (I'm using an old Audigy2). I've got a Geforce GTX275 so I'm booting with "Graphics Enabler=y" in the boot.plist. That's about it.
  10. No, it's not. I also have a cartri bios and I don't need a DSDT. I've installed Lion (since DP3 to GM) without any problems at all.
  11. Trackpad gestures in 10.7 DP4

    Yes, you can. I use one with a USB Bluetooth Adapter.
  12. updating from DP3 to DP4

    As for step e) you could always install those kexts with KextWizard on the USB drive prior to install That's what I did!
  13. Trackpad gestures in 10.7 DP4

    You'd need a trackpad with multitouch sensors. It's not only a question of creating a driver that supports the gestures.
  14. Will not boot after version (v0.4)

    You should've copied the patch files to your hard disk (your home folder, for instance). That's why I said you could run single user mode to recover the old files (and yes, single user mode is only a command line... but very useful).