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  1. I'm getting an OsxAptioFixDrv error which prevents my Hackintosh from booting. The error states "requested memory exceeds our allocated relocation block". More here: http://imgur.com/OvJQDzy I'm using Clover v2999 to boot. The error appeared shortly after I updated to 10.10.1. Which had no issue at first, so could be a red herring. After getting the error I couldn't boot into the Mac SSD using a seperate clover usb stick (same error). Instead I managed to boot using a [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] stick in safe mode. I managed to correct it initially by then 'mounting' the EFI' with clover configurator (although I got errors that it didn't mount properly so I don't know if I can mount in safe mode?). I could then see that I had no drivers installed (by looking with the configurator, whereas, prior to 10.10.1 update I did). I reinstalled OsxAptioFixDrc and that seemed to fix the error for a day or so. Unfortunately now it's back - not sure why (the driver looks to be installed) and not sure what I did had any impact or whether it was just glitchy? Any idea how to fix this error? Thanks. Hardware (i5 4570, z87m-D3h, 780ti, Broadcom BCM94360CD 802.11ac & bluetooth 4.0 via PCIe adaptor) Software OSX 10.10.1, clover v2999.
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