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Jevi Cordon

Hackintosh can't completely Shutdown

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I've successfully made my hackintosh 10.5.5 fully working for a week until yesterday.

 

whenever i shutdown my pc it doesnt do a complete shut down. The computer fan, lights etc. is still working and i need to hold the power button on the cpu to turn it off completely.

 

so far i tried installing Evoreboot.kext (not working) and also tried Openhaltrestart.kext (not working)

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