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What about USB3, is it alive after update?

 

I'm using GenericUSBXHCI v1.2.4, it shows SuperSpeedBus in SysProfiler but doesn't recognize any USB3 or USB2 devices anymore...

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Awesome thanks for  confirm ,

how about  CPU power management and SpeedStep ?

I am going Install tonight  ML 10.8.5 on my Hack Z87M-UD3H and its work very nice on  Mavericks dp7  :D

 

I chek  cpu power and speed step  :)

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temps for cpu and gfx card are way high after update....and the fermi cards need the opencl fix again... :smoke: i'll be back after a restart


temps still high...cpu speedstepping is working...

 

getting this multiple times in console at startup

 

9/12/13 7:34:18.000 PM kernel[0]: SMC::smcReadKeyAction ERROR TH2P kSMCBadArgumentError(0x89) fKeyHashTable=0x0xffffff801157de00
 

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Looks like this build has some similarities to Mavericks. Some under-the-hood changes have also been made. Example: new version of AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement. (214.0.0 from 196.0.0 in version 10.8.4). Note that Mavericks version is 216.0.0.

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robertx: update fakesmc and plugins: http://sourceforge.net/projects/hwsensors/

 

I don't see any change in CPU temps, it's still idling at a comfy 31 degrees celcius at lowest p-state, 1.65GHz. GPU idle temp is at ~30 degrees too.

 

After updating I no longer see these messages during startup.

Sep 12 19:15:33 localhost kernel[0]: X86PlatformPlugin::setRingTable - No ring table found!
Sep 12 19:15:33 localhost kernel[0]: X86PlatformPlugin::configResourceHandler - Failed to set ring table!

P8Z77-V Pro/Core i5 3570K

Geforce GTX 660

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...hmmm, updated...got a fakesmc error (fatal) not allowed on apple hardware...verbose mode...had to remove it...running without to boot...love these updates... :smoke:

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Gotta do more testing but my Haswell still doesn't have PM. :(

 

If I don't boot with NullCPUPM, I get the CPUPM KP. Damn! I really need to get my CPU working. Guess my 4700MQ still hates OS X. :(

 

Anyone got any tips to try out? Much appreciated.

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...hmmm, updated...got a fakesmc error (fatal) not allowed on apple hardware...verbose mode...had to remove it...running without to boot...love these updates... :smoke:

What FakeSMC error? And you can't boot without FakeSMC on a hackintosh.

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...here's the exact console message:

9/12/13 10:31:27.000 PM kernel[0]: FakeSMC: [Fatal] forbidding start on Apple hardware...so it is a kernel message, blocking fakesmc?

 

you can't boot without FakeSMC on a hackintosh ?...sure u can..i just did...i use andy's appledecrypt, but without fakesmc...no hardware monitoring except hdd temps

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Technically it's "you can't boot OS X on a PC without a decrypter". It's just that FakeSMC happens to be the definitive solution to that problem.

 

AppleDecrypt.kext and DSMOS.kext..we used to use those before FakeSMC.kext. And there were others before those, but that's before my time.

http://tgwbd.org/darwin/binaryprotection.html

http://www.projectosx.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=315

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/120035-dsmoskext-r2d2kext-r3d3kext-tmpkext-and-old-appledecryptkext/

 

I've never seen that message and I can't tell if it comes from FakeSMC itself, aborting because it thinks your PC is a Mac, or if it comes from the Kernel and there is some sort of black-listing being done by Apple now. Latest FakeSMC works fine for me, are you sure you aren't somehow using a really old version?

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Technically it's "you can't boot OS X on a PC without a decrypter". It's just that FakeSMC happens to be the definitive solution to that problem.

 

AppleDecrypt.kext and DSMOS.kext..we used to use those before FakeSMC.kext. And there were others before those, but that's before my time.

are you sure you aren't somehow using a really old version?

using the version u linked...which was newer than my version 5.2.xxx ...andy's appledecrypt is a fairly recent build...and does allow me to boot, but with quite a delay from login screen appearing to when mouse and keyboard become responsive

:smoke:

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robertx: update fakesmc and plugins: http://sourceforge.net/projects/hwsensors/

 

I don't see any change in CPU temps, it's still idling at a comfy 31 degrees celcius at lowest p-state, 1.65GHz. GPU idle temp is at ~30 degrees too.

 

After updating I no longer see these messages during startup.

Sep 12 19:15:33 localhost kernel[0]: X86PlatformPlugin::setRingTable - No ring table found!
Sep 12 19:15:33 localhost kernel[0]: X86PlatformPlugin::configResourceHandler - Failed to set ring table!

P8Z77-V Pro/Core i5 3570K

Geforce GTX 660

As for me, I can see the temp for CPU and GPU both rise. And whats sad is that I find out that the CPU performance decreases dramatically even though SpeedStep is working(Maybe not perfect compared with 10.8.4 though)

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Update worked flawlessly without any kext mess BUT AppStore Apps doesn't work anymore. When I try to authenticate it says "Unknown Error" below the ID box :(

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Update worked flawlessly without any kext mess BUT AppStore Apps doesn't work anymore. When I try to authenticate it says "Unknown Error" below the ID box :(

Same here. But after several restarts, it seems to function.

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...here's the exact console message:

9/12/13 10:31:27.000 PM kernel[0]: FakeSMC: [Fatal] forbidding start on Apple hardware...so it is a kernel message, blocking fakesmc?

 

I got this error a few FakeSMC versions back when I using the Enoch bootloader. The solution is to add -fakesmc-force-start to your boot flags. I switched to Chameleon and it started working again without needing the boot flag.

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