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ok, it may possibly be that you have installed two times the kext. the one in the FakeSMC.kext under plugins and secondly, in Extra/Extensions or S/L/E?

 

no spakk I used clover and all "non apple kext" in ..... kexts/10.9 .. S/L/E pure with apple kext

and  I always deleted "kernelcache" then rebuild again (touch S/L/E) for make sure

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you have to try to find the cause of your problem.
The problem you recognize the details of the kernel panic message.
It is clear that it is caused by W836x.kext in connection with the FakeSMC.

That with the kernel cache, I wanted to mention, Ok you've already taken, unfortunately without success.

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Intel® Pentium® D CPU 3.20GHz  :bye:

Did you see any messages from andigilog kext? It should be there as I see (SMBus 2Eh)

 

Or may be DSDT contains something about 0x2E?

 

EDITED. We have no chance to do IntelCPUMonitor working for you

CPUID 00000006                                    00000000-00000000-00000000-00000000

We still have a change to add ACPImonitor or Andigilog.

 

Intel® Pentium® D CPU 3.20GHz  :bye:

Did you see any messages from andigilog kext? It should be there as I see (SMBus 2Eh)

 

Or may be DSDT contains something about 0x2E?

 

EDITED. We have no chance to do IntelCPUMonitor working for you

CPUID 00000006                                    00000000-00000000-00000000-00000000

We still have a change to add ACPImonitor or Andigilog.

...well, just testing...get this message in console 2014-03-11 6:17:19.000 PM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] Device matching failed.

and this 2014-03-11 6:06:00.000 PM kernel[0]: [iCHSMBus] IRQ: 19

 

 

 

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...well, just testing...get this message in console 2014-03-11 6:17:19.000 PM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] Device matching failed.

and this 2014-03-11 6:06:00.000 PM kernel[0]: [iCHSMBus] IRQ: 19

 

 

 

Test please the kext with more debug outputs

Andigilog.kext.zip

I want to see kernel.log with information what is the sensor.

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I want to see kernel.log with information what is the sensor.

...this is what i have from the kext:

2014-03-12 8:55:30.000 AM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] found chip VID 5c

2014-03-12 8:55:30.000 AM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] Device matching failed. :smoke:

 

 

edit:...on next boot,

2014-03-12 11:28:01.000 AM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] found chip VID ff

2014-03-12 11:28:01.000 AM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] Device matching failed.

 

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...this is what i have from the kext:

2014-03-12 8:55:30.000 AM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] found chip VID 5c

2014-03-12 8:55:30.000 AM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] Device matching failed. :smoke:

 

 

edit:...on next boot,

2014-03-12 11:28:01.000 AM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] found chip VID ff

2014-03-12 11:28:01.000 AM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] Device matching failed.

 

This is an answer. The kext is designed for PID=0x6c while you have older one with PID=0x5c.

If you can find the chip inside and make a photo then we can find a datasheet and correct the kext.

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I totally forgot this little program in windows...from SpeedFan:

 

 

 

                    Win9x:NO  64Bit:YES  GiveIO:NO  SpeedFan:YES
I/O properly initialized
Linked ISA BUS at $0290
Linked Intel 82801GB ICH7 SMBUS at $3000
Found nVidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti
Linked nVidiaI2C0 SMBUS at $3D403E3F
Linked nVidiaI2C1 SMBUS at $3D403637
Linked nVidiaI2C2 SMBUS at $3D405051
Scanning ISA BUS at $0290...
SuperIO Chip=NS PC8374L
Scanning Intel SMBus at $3000...
EMC6D103 (ID=$68) found on SMBus at $2E
Scanning I2CNVidia SMBus at $3D403E3F...
Scanning I2CNVidia SMBus at $3D403637...
Scanning I2CNVidia SMBus at $3D405051...
Found WDC WD2000BB-22GUA0 on AdvSMART
End of detection
Loaded 0 events

 

 

...and the datasheet is  here http://edulibs.org/get_paper.php?id=4660785  :smoke:

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And your link is broken.

...hi slice, unsure of Why 68 if 5C?

 

from the datasheet: Registers 5C-5Eh: PWM Configuration

 

...the link works for me...but here is the datasheet as a pdf...

 

6d103.pdf

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... hi Slice, from console:

2014-03-19 11:15:32.000 AM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] aSC PID=0x68 attached at 0x2e.
 

 

:smoke: ...now we are getting somewhere...a look at HWMonitor with kext loaded:

 

 

                                      post-11772-0-26885800-1395243246_thumb.png

 

...this is with kext loaded manually after boot....i'll do a restart now and see how it goes...

 

edit: 2014-03-19 12:32:01.000 PM kernel[0]: [Andigilog] aSC PID=0x68 attached at 0x2e.

 

 

                    post-11772-0-93949500-1395249771_thumb.png

 

ICHSMBus:

  Version:    1.1
  Last Modified:    2014-03-12 8:53 AM
  Kind:    Intel
  Architectures:    i386, x86_64
  64-Bit (Intel):    Yes
  Location:    /System/Library/Extensions/ICHSMBus.kext
  Kext Version:    1.1
  Load Address:    0xffffff7f818a1000
  Valid:    Yes
  Authentic:    Yes
  Dependencies:    Satisfied

 

 

 

 

Andigilog:

  Version:    1.0
  Last Modified:    2014-03-19 12:12 PM
  Kind:    Intel
  Architectures:    i386, x86_64
  64-Bit (Intel):    Yes
  Location:    /System/Library/Extensions/Andigilog.kext
  Kext Version:    1
  Load Address:    0xffffff7f821c1000
  Valid:    Yes
  Authentic:    Yes
  Dependencies:    Satisfied

 

 

 

 

...very good...
 

...Slice, 2 times you have helped me recently...I am humbled... :smoke:

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...my bad...that is some kind of step down regulator...two on this card

 

...uP6223a, pwm controller chip...this is it...now for that datasheet

 

...emailed 2 suppliers...asking for datasheet...  :smoke:

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AFAIK some Radeon card have analog regulator for the fan. More temperature - more power to fan. And this have no digital control. 

It is cheep solution and works good enough.

Other question about GPU frequency. It is written into VideoBios and we can read it. But there is a constant. I see no sense to show constants and I don't know if this is not a constant. Can Apple's drivers to change AMD GPU frequency?

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Other question about GPU frequency. It is written into VideoBios and we can read it. But there is a constant. I see no sense to show constants and I don't know if this is not a constant. Can Apple's drivers to change AMD GPU frequency?

...food for thought, I'll do more research :smoke: thanks for your time Slice.

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...now, I'm working on 2 machines...so bear with me....on the lenovo, the LPC(SuperIO) chip is not supported(yet) ...could it be added?

 

the chipset is this: SMSC SCH5617 LPC Super IO

 

...and some relevant info:  http://www.datasheetlib.com/datasheet/552279/sch5617-ns_smsc-standard-microsystems-corporation.html#specs

 

this is from last boot with LPCSensor.kext:

 

3/27/14 11:52:04.000 PM kernel[0]: SuperIODevice: [Fatal] found unsupported chip! ITE sequence ID=0x8b00, Winbond sequence ID=0xffff
 

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...now, I'm working on 2 machines...so bear with me....on the lenovo, the LPC(SuperIO) chip is not supported(yet) ...could it be added?

 

the chipset is this: SMSC SCH5617 LPC Super IO

 

...and some relevant info:  http://www.datasheetlib.com/datasheet/552279/sch5617-ns_smsc-standard-microsystems-corporation.html#specs

 

this is from last boot with LPCSensor.kext:

 

3/27/14 11:52:04.000 PM kernel[0]: SuperIODevice: [Fatal] found unsupported chip! ITE sequence ID=0x8b00, Winbond sequence ID=0xffff

 

No go.

I found no datasheet and I don't know if this is a chip with monitoring or there is a SMBUS device like Andigilog.

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...

 

No go.

I found no datasheet and I don't know if this is a chip with monitoring or there is a SMBUS device like Andigilog.

...no problem Slice... i have a datasheet for SMSC SCH5617...not sure if it delivers info...but here it is...

 

sch5617-ns_f8854820f6.pdf

 

from openhardware monitor:

LPCIO

Chip ID: Unknown ITE with ID 0x8B00 at 0x2E/0x2F

Chip ID: Unknown SMSC with ID 0x8B00 at 0x2E/0x2F

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