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  1. Using Clover and trying to install El capitan from a USB flash drive prepared using the terminal command listed elsewhere. Boots up all the way to install screen and seriously pretends to install progress bar and all, while the HDD snoozes merrily. No drive activity LED at all. As the installer finished it reboots and I can see there's nothing on the drive. Several attempts, same results. Completely different hardware, same results. Different USB same results. Same thing happened a year back on Yosemite. I don't remember how I solved it. The one common thing is the El Capitan download from Apple. So friends any ideas and suggestions please.
  2. MSI Laptop SteelSeries Light Controller

    Hello All! I made (Or rather assembled) a little tray app that will allow the users of MSI laptops with multi-color backlighting to control the lights in OS X. When you run it, you'll see a small lightbulb icon appear in the menu bar. Click it to see the options. It has a couple of bugs (sometimes you have to click apply twice) but otherwise it works well. It will remember your settings, and if you set it to run on login, it will enable the lights on startup, just like in windows. It's just a gui wrapper for "msikbledenabler" by PaNaVTEC. The executable is included as a resource, but feel free to download and compile your own if you don't trust it. just change the name to SSEnabler and replace the file in the project. I used mikael konutgan's Menu and Popover guide from raywenderlich.com as boilerplate code, and modified it. The Lightbulb icon was obtained from flaticons.com. Also, a big shoutout to everyone on stack exchange. I love you. I'm not a pro OS X developer, so I probably won't be doing much more with this, but I do know that the code is a great big hack job. If anyone wants to fix it up, feel free. KLM for OSX.app.zip KLM For OSX Source.zip
  3. Hello, i just want to show you my Modded G4 MDD http://thesupport.deviantart.com/art/Apple-powerMac-G4-MDD-Modded-365420654 How do you think about it ?
  4. Hi, I maked a little program in c++ to enable the keyboard led backlight. It simulates the KLM of MSI on windows. This can works on windows / linux / mac. Please note this project is Work in Progress, so you can report bugs or fix it and send me a pull request if you want. Source code: https://github.com/PaNaVTEC/MSI_GT_GE_Led_Enabler The usage: Usage [NORMAL MODE]: msiledenabler -mode normal -color1 <valid_color> [-color2 <valid_color>] [-color3 <valid_color>] -level <valid_intensity_level> Usage [GAMING MODE]: msiledenabler -mode gaming -color1 <valid_color> -level <valid_intensity_level> Valid intensity levels: [0,1,2,3] Valid Colors: [black|red|orange|yellow|green|sky|blue|purple|white] Example usage: ./msiledenabler -mode normal -color1 blue -color2 green -color3 yellow -level 0 Downloads: https://github.com/PaNaVTEC/MSI_GT_GE_Led_Enabler/downloads Known bugs: Colors are not working OK, example: blue is red.... I will fix asap.
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