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Sony VAIO S 2012 ML Success! (Ivy i5, HD 4000)

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I got everything working now (beside Nvidia and Wifi):

-For IntelHD you may try IGP 3 or 4 (3 for low res and 4 for HiRes screen (like me 1600x900 => IGP4) ) 

-Use VoodooPS2 from rehabman's Repo HERE (bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-voodoo-ps2-controller/downloads) and install the latest version

-Use rehabman's ACPI battery from HERE (bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-acpi-battery-driver/downloads) AND extract a DSDT (or use your patched one) and apply this patch (*) (I recommend MaciASL)

   (*) if you cant download it (when using chrome or firefox) open a new document and select in Format -> Plain Text (as far as I remember :P ) then save it as patch.txt and import it to MaciASL in Patch menu OR directly past your patch in the blank area

-and for applehda, you may need to post your request here giving you codec_dump and DSDT to Mirone

-You may use Clover for Mav and ML

/!\ The computer gets to sleep normally but it can't wake! /!\

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