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[PMPatch] UEFI patching utility

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We'll never stop working in the Developers Corner!

CodeRush is working hard on his utility to patch UEFI BIOS PowerManagement modules to be compatible with MacOS X SpeedStep implementation.

The utility works very well with a lot of motherboards, but he is still working to improve it.

Testers are required to help him! :)

 

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i have a Question to do. Is the same, when i use a AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext (change for Hackintosh)

or is better UEFI Bios patch (by my motherboard MSI-Z77) ?

 

I use to Time a Change AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext an all work very well. See my Signature for PC1

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Hi Guys, I would really like to try this tool.. Could somebody tell me the best app "dos based usb" that I can use to back up my bios so I can patch it ?

 

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Cheers

 

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