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  1. I am trying to install Mavericks (Niresh) on VirtualBox. My computer is HP Envy TouchSmart 17-j043cl laptop (Haswell i7-4700mq + Intel HD4600). I get following message and installation is stopped: *** [iOBluetoothHCIController][searchForTransportEventTimeOutHandler] -- Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport! I tried combinations of -v, -x, -f, CPUs=1, GraphicsEnabler=Yes/No, npci=0x2000, etc. but no success. Some people say it's not a Bluetooth issue; it's a graphics issue. Any suggestions will be appreciated. Thank you.
  2. My son wanted a fast MacBookPro for gaming on Steam and other website. After looking at all the laptops out there, the only i7's that still have 4 cores 8 threads are the i7-4700mq and hq, all other now are 2 cores 4 threads. The power consumption is more than the i7-u, but I'm glad I got this one for him and it works perfectly - dual boot Windows 10 and El Capitan 10.11.1. The model is HP M7-J120DX - i7-4700mq HD4600 - touchsmart -17". I bought an Azurewave BCM94352HMB for HP and it works perfectly after taping the pin 20. What's working? - Graphics HD4600 : Needs RehabMan kexts: FakePCIID_HD4400_HD4600.kext, FakePCIID.kext. - Audio IDT 111d76e0: device id 0c0c isn't supported with HDMI natively, needs RehabMan FakePCIID_Intel_HDMI.kext - Both patched and HDMI sound work. - Bluetooth & Wifi work perfectly. - All USB 3.0 transfer with high speed. - Camera works. - Backlight keyboard F2 (down)& F3 (up) work. - Ethernet Realtek works. - Touchscreen works. - Sleep/wake work with lid close, power button, or software sleep. - iMessage & FaceTime works with his own Apple id. - it's a perfect MacBookPro 11,2 Cheers, Louis