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Is this something new since 10.14.3 Beta? It' s spamming the console and eats 3GB RAM when idle..

Almost can't do anything if this service is active, so I..

cd /System/Library/LaunchDaemons
sudo launchctl unload -wF com.apple.SafeEjectGPUStartupDaemon.plist
sudo mv com.apple.SafeEjectGPUStartupDaemon.plist com.apple.SafeEjectGPUStartupDaemon.bak
  
cd /System/Library/LaunchAgents
sudo mv com.apple.SafeEjectGPUAgent.plist com.apple.SafeEjectGPUAgent.bak

cd /usr/bin
sudo mv SafeEjectGPU SafeEjectGPU.bak

SafeEjectGPUService.png

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On 12/13/2018 at 7:33 AM, SavageAUS said:


Does your Intel Power Gadget prevent your system from sleeping? If not which version?


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Hi,

Actually, I've never done this test, but when I can, I'll do it. If I am right, the IPG version I use is the last one :)

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Currently also with Mojave 10.14.3 in the laptop. Everything is working well! For Wi-Fi, only replaces the incompatible Atheros QCA9377 by a D-Link DWA 131 (about 9 €) et voila...

Thanks maLd0n for the Graphics help! :yes:

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@Fergarth Can you please tell me what you have for a tool called "hardware info"? where can you download it?

 

Thank you for Tip.

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I was able. to update using manual edit at clover SMBIOS 13,2 (whatevergreen doesn't work for this) then switched back to 6,1 

 

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How to fix this

IF I install 10.14.3  boot stuck

 

"initialized /dev/rdisk3 as a 5 MB case-insensitive HFS Plus volume".

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23 minutes ago, nmano said:

 

How to fix this

IF I install 10.14.3  boot stuck

 

"initialized /dev/rdisk3 as a 5 MB case-insensitive HFS Plus volume".

Please stop repeating the question, if someone wants to help they will. 

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How to fix this

IF I install 10.14.3  boot stuck

 

"initialized /dev/rdisk3 as a 5 MB case-insensitive HFS Plus volume".



Try redownloading the installer?


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