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Hello,

 

just tested the mach_kernel (Darwin Kernel Version 11.4.2) from a new Generation MacBook Air (MacBookAir5,1) on my Intel Core i7 3770K

 

iCloud works just fine now.

So if you can get the Kernel from somewhere, just try it.

 

Just wanted to say: Ohhh Yeah!

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Yep! Darwin 11.4.2 fixed my iCloud login issues too on 3770k. I also. Installed the new power management kexts from the ivy bridge lion patch and now my sleep works perfectly too!

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@ vkfresh:

 

I guess so,

 

Look Here:

BridgeHelper 5.0

 

But dont forget to re-install/re-enable NullCPUPowerManagement.kext after you installed BridgeHelper.

 

If you do this, it should/could work just fine.

 

I am still experiencing some Problem with my Z77 USB-Ports, not all USB2 Devices are recognized.

 

gl&hf

 

:)

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