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[SOLVED] Yosemite + I219-V reboot when shutdown

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Hi to all!

I've installed Yosemite on:

- i5 4690

- ASRock H87M Pro4 (with intel ethernet I219-V) (IntelMausiEthernet, AppleIntelE1000 and RehabMan for I219V kexts)

- 8gb ddr3 RAM

- 1tb hard disk

 

If I disable I219-V from BIOS, when I shutdown it, don't reboots (tested with all kexts)

If I enable I219-V from BIOS, when I shutdown it, the system reboots.

 

How can I fix this? Thanks!

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Did you enable Clover ACPI Fixes "FixShutdown(enabled)" and "Halt Enabler" already?

and replace fixshutdown to FixShutdown_0004 by Plist Editor. do not clover configuratior.

 

Solved!

I've insert FixShutdown_0004 an checked "halt Enabler"!!

So many thanks again!!

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