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  1. Hi guys ! I'm writing in hope, that somebody can help me with my problem. 1.My problem is that hack goes to sleep ok, but it does not wake up from sleep (i think cpu halted). I tried different usb ports, and wake up from power button, but always is the same. 2.Next problem is that when OS X is booting all fans in case stop (look like something cuts their voltage every second, because is seen in fan led that voltage is lowered in steps, until they stop because voltage is too low). So temperatures are very dangerously high when hack is under load. Tried bios setting (AI quiet on, off -manual fan control (silent, optimised, performance) NO difference. (Audio not working in all methods, reset and shutdown works in all methods ootb) Firstly I tried booting it from unibest usb without any files loaded on system (vanilla), and graphic card, ethernet, wireless, bluetooth all that works ootb, also my ram and cpu are recognised correctly, even I have 3 steps in cpu frequency (c states), usb ports are tricky (sometimes they work) and disks are orange (as external) AND problems mentioned in first two paragraphs remain. Next I made clean reinstall, installed clover boot loader (my favourite) and a custom dsdt-( patched it with some old patches pack for its motherboard (p5w dh deluxe), and fixed all errors, but some warning and optimisations remained. USB problems were gone and AHCI drives were recognised as internal, BUT first two problems remained. Then I tried some different user dsdts from other builds around the interwebz but same motherboard (no fix for first two problems) (not good idea I know ) Next i used my other dsdt, from mavericks. In 10.9 there were no problems everything was working, but they changed something in 10.10 AND first two problems remained. Currently I'm running hack (again clean) with [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] easy mode (all those cpu management kexts loaded) and first two problems remain. I've read allot about dsdt editing, but all those guides are based on newer builds, or are made for easy applying (.txt patches from repos), and i could not find the any in deep guide (what is what, what to write, what to delete, replace...) to make user dsdt from scratch (no those .txt patches), also I'm not a programer so all those lines of code make me crazy, and i could not fix anything. So if somebody is wiling to help here i've attached oem dsdt, Io registry dump, boot log. THANK YOU SPECS: Intel c2d e8400 (3.0mhz) ram 6gb 800mhz gpu Ati 4870 512vram (works ootb,) Audio ALC 882 (not working) Marvell Yukon ethernet (works ootb) Broadcom Apple wifi bluetooth (works ootb) Realtek motherboard buildin Wifi ( not working no problem because i don't use it) Motherboard ASUS p5w dh deluxe 3002 stock bios (bios setting from this guide " http://hamac.pl/topic/985-asus-p5w-dh-deluxe-instalacja-snow-leoparda-od-a-do-z/ ") All sata is connected on Intel ahci piromanneo.zip
  2. I get this constantly in console, anyone knows what is "apple80211" for ? or what does it mean? Running 10.9.2, FakeSMC v.6..8.1307 installed, AR9285+AR3011. also If I connect LAN cable (without wifi), fan rans crazy, HWmonitor(v.6.8.1307) report CPU temp >70C. But with wifi is fine. (LAN card: RTL8100.kext v.1.0 installed) Could anyone explain/help. thanks!
  3. Hi everyone, thanks for the helpin advance! For some reason, my fan doesn't seem to run, only while booting for few seconds, then nothing :s I've looked everywhere and couldnt find any clues as to why.. perhaps editing the dsdt would fix it somehow..? Thanks again
  4. Hi guys! I have managed to finish a golden build on a tricky laptop, and I’m very satisfied with the result as I’m running nearly vanilla and everything is working veeeeery good and fast. I am unable to tweak fan speeds via DSDT, I see there are some devices in it related to temperature control but I am not able to reverse-engineer them. I’m attaching here my DSDT, would someone be so kind to have a quick look and point me in the right direction? Is maybe fan speed controlled by a microcontroller? I’ve read something once, about talking to the microcontroller via DSDT. Thank you so much.
  5. Hello, i have a Lenovo Y410p Hackintoshed with Yosemite 10.10.2 using Clover, already followed the native power management guide; i've been using it a while, but i felt the cpu too hot, these are the temps: CPU: Core 1 - 83 ºC Core 2 - 84 ºC Core 3 - 78 ºC Core 4 - 76 ºC CPU Package 85 ºC --------------------- CPU Package Frecuency 3.07 GHz! -- I don't understand why!, my cpu basic frecuency is 2.4, turbo is 3.4, but... i never overclocked it! CPU Package Average 3.01 GHz! --------------------- CPU MONITOR --------------------- RAM MONITOR Is it right that osx uses almost all the ram?
  6. In Windows i am able to see all of my temperature - cpu cores, gpu, hdd temps... In yosemite i see only my hdd temps. I've tried iStat Menus an HW Monitor but both show only hdd temps. The computer is Dell XPS 430. Does anybody know if there is a fix for that?
  7. vector sigma


    Version r165


    HWSensor Features Control temperature of Intel and AMD CPU Control temperature of AMD, Intel and NVidia cards Control temperature of motherboard Control FANS Control Voltages Control HDD/SSD state (SATA & NVMe) with S.M.A.R.T. monitoring Control frequencies Laptop Battery Monitoring Different applications support High Sierra compatible Installation to /S/L/E or in the ESP (Clover only) Supported languages: English (base), Russian, Italian, Korean and semplified Chinese Source code: at https://sourceforge.net/p/hwsensors/hwsensors3/code3/HEAD/tree/ Bugs report at https://sourceforge.net/p/hwsensors/hwsensors3/tickets/ Topic for discussion at: https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/299861-hwsensors3/ Chief Developer @Slice, new HWMonitorSMC2.app and package by @vector sigma
  8. Hello, Is there a way to disable the control of one of the temperature sensors installed inside the IMAC? I want to disable the one on the LCD back. Thanks Víctor
  9. Psensor, a hardware temperature monitoring tool, was updated recently with an option to display the temperature on the panel (next to its AppIndicator icon), along with other improvements and bug fixes. For those not familiar with Psensor, this is a tool which can be used to monitor the motherboard and CPU temperatures, Nvidia GPUs temperature, (for ATI/AMD it's more complicated) hard disk temperature, fans rotation speed and CPU usage. The application comes with Ubuntu AppIndicator support (the icon turns red when the temperature reaches a certain threshold), desktop notifications as well as Unity Launcher support (it displays the highest temperature on top of the Psensor icon in the Unity Launcher). These features are all configurable - enable/disable them from the Psensor preferences. From its preferences, you can select to show/hide the Psensor window on startup so you can use it as a stand-alone indicator or to hide window decoration and use the Psensor graph as a desktop widget (well, sort of). The latest Psensor 1.0.1 (now updated to 1.0.2 to fix a minor bug), released recently, includes the following changes: the temperature can now be displayed directly in the panel, next to the Psensor icon (this feature is currently considered experimental); the indicator icons are now smaller and more consistent with the default Ubuntu themes; added a setting to enable/disable launching Psensor on session startup (and with this, Psensor is no longer autostarted by default); various GUI fixes; fixed NVIDIA strings; other bug fixes. To get Psensor to display the temperature on the panel (next to its indicator icon), here's what you need to do: click the Psensor indicator, select "Sensor Preferences", then select the sensor(s) for which you want the temperature to be displayed on the panel and enable "Display sensor in the label (experimental)": You can do this for as many sensor as you want, but that will clutter the Unity panel so it's best if you only select to display one sensor. Note that it may take a few seconds after you enable this until the temperature shows up on the panel. Ubuntu 14.04 installation and usage Before proceeding, please note that the latest Psensor 1.0.2 is only available in a PPA for Ubuntu 14.04 for now! For older Ubuntu versions, you can get an older Psensor version from the Ubuntu repositories or from both the stable and unstable (see below, step 3) Psensor PPAs. 1. Psensors makes use of lm-sensors and hddtemp to get the temperatures, so you need to install these two packages: sudo apt-get install lm-sensors hddtemp 2. To get the hddtemp daemon to run on boot, use the following command: and select "Yes" when asked if hddtemp should run at boot. Select the defaults for the other questions. sudo dpkg-reconfigure hddtemp 3. Next, you need to set up lm-sensors by running the following command: And answer "yes" to everything. sudo sensors-detect To avoid a system restart, run the following command to load the modules required by the sensors: sudo service kmod start (if no sensors show up in Pensor, try a system restart) 4. Install Psensor The latest Psensor 1.0.2 is available in its official Unstable PPA for Ubuntu 14.04 only for now (it will be available in the stable PPA after the new packaging is accepted into Debian). To add the Psensor Unstable PPA and install the latest Psensor in Ubuntu 14.04, use the following commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jfi/psensor-unstable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install psensor By default, the latest Psensor doesn't start automatically when you login (unless you've upgraded from an older version). If you do want it to run on startup, in its Preferences (not Sensor Preferences!), click on the Startup tab and then enable "Launch on session startup". If you don't want the Psensor window to be displayed on startup (for instance, you only want the indicator to start automatically - you can manually open the Psensor window later on), also enable "Hide window on startup". All Credits: Andrew - WebUpd8
  10. Laptop battery monitoring Using this driver you have to exclude other battery drivers: ACPIBatteryManager, AppleSmartBattery and so on. This driver assumes to using HWSensors3 with FakeSMC 3.5 as being part of it. 19.01.2018 Updated version of VoodooBatterySMC will get extended battery information and so it will be more exact. VoodooBatterySMC.kext.zip Updated HWMonitorSMC by vector-sigma HWMonitorSMC.app.zip HWMonitor2 by vector-sigma https://sourceforge.net/projects/hwsensors3.hwsensors.p/files/latest/download