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RV_ABZ

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  1. GeForce 9400GT works OOB. Forget that distro and make a full vanilla installation with Clover or Enoch. If you still need support, start by providing your system's specs.
  2. Si tu veux une carte combo wifi/bluetooth fonctionnelle à 100% et nativement, opte pour une carte Apple Broadcom sur adaptateur PCIe. Par exemple, une carte BCM94360CD ou BCP94331CD. Voir ici.
  3. Running 10.10.5 Ok with Bronya's latest AMD kernel 10.10.5. :-)
  4. Try and replace your current DNS by Google's 8.8.8.8. May (but may not) speed up downloads...
  5. Wouldn't it be much better to discuss an Arrandale-based Dell Optiplex 980 desktop's potentials as a Hackintosh in a separate/dedicated thread rather than pollute an Haswell-based Asus 510L laptop-related thread?
  6. No problems with this one; seems to install much easier than the last 2 DB versions.
  7. All looking good with Enoch (r2725 and above) and boot option rootless=0... ? ?
  8. Wireless mini PCI Express cards; those you find fitted to laptops... ? ?
  9. Trouble is when you need to patch kexts from SLE like AppleHDA or graphics kexts (AzulFB, HD5000Graphics, DBW, etc.) ...?
  10. For my Haswell system, I patch 10.11 kernels as per Yosemite's using Rehabman's published findings (in the link you posted) and it works fine. Assuming you've done the same, it'll be Ok.
  11. From DB4, add-on kexts should be placed in /L/E to avoid all sort of issues. With DB5, changing permissions to /S/L/E and adding/removing kexts there = nightmare...
  12. DB5 can be awkward, although should run Ok if you use Clover as boot loader. I met trouble under Enoch on my SandyBridge laptop and had to revert temporarily to Clover to be able to reboot in to DB5. Rebuilding permissions and cache then turned out to be difficult, but once I had sussed out commands needed the force flag (-f), things turned out Ok. ? Back using Enoch now.
  13. Try and change your DNS server to 8.8.8.8 (a Google public DNS server). Has sorted out slow downloads from Apple web site in the past.
  14. No, it's a parameter you try and set in the Chameleon bootloader configuration you use (i.e. the org.Chameleon.boot.plist) or, alternatively, you can try and patch your DSDT (if you use one) to inject that specific id. At the moment, you do not seem to have full graphics acceleration, hence the reported 5MB video RAM. ? Use Chameleon Wizard app for the Chameleon boot file, you'll see the parameter mentioned by Dmos immediately. It's called InjectIntel-ig and the value to pass to must be written in flipped order; for instance for, say, layout id 01660002, you would enter value 02006601. This may also manually be entered at bootloader prompt with option InjectIntel-ig=xxxxxxxx (still in flipped order). ? Alternatively, you may also choose to play with Capri framebuffer values until you find the value that matches your hardware own settings. This can be very easily and very safely tried with Chameleon manual boot option IntelCapriFB=xx where xx is in the range 0 to 11 if I remember correctly. Try with value 3 or 4 to begin with, these apply by and large to most laptops. If system hangs or leads to black screen, you simply reboot so no harm done. ? RampageDev has a very good tuto on HD4000 on his blog. You'll find that the ig-platform-id derives directly from the Capri framebuffer value. For instance: option IntelCapriFB=3 applies AAPL,ig-platform-id 0x0166003option IntelCapriFB=4 applies AAPL,ig-platform-id 0x0166004Here is a table of Capri frame buffers (courtesy of Henry Wong's blog): ? PS: no need for the -force64 flag in your boot plist with Yosemite; like all released versions since ML, it's a 64bit-only version of OS X... I guess you probably used a distro for your installation.
  15. And again, updated to 10.10.4. 'still going!
  16. Ca dépend du GPU; je crois que tu aurais bien du mal à nous sortir du VGA d'une HD4600 par exemple.
  17. And up to 10.10.3 and still going!
  18. Google will be your friend, 'plenty was said and written on the matter.
  19. Maybe these? https://github.com/toleda/wireless_half-mini
  20. I think you're confused: you can only partition/format your target drive once the USB installer had booted up and that does not seem to be the case... Boot with the following flags: -f -v (to ignore cache and use verbose mode).
  21. If the folder /System/Library/Kernels does not exist on your USB installer, yes, create it!
  22. Well-known dev Bronya (and others) has recently published some very good versions of Yosemite AMD kernels. They're available at IM. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/302075-amd-yosemite-kernel-testing-for-help-use-the-help-topic/page-54 ? You make your Yosemite installer the usual way and replace the vanilla kernel by the AMD one (goes into /System/Library/Kernels as "kernel") and rebuild cache. Same goes for target installation partition.
  23. Mavericks refresh with Bronya's 10.9.5 rc4 (fixes all graphics glitches): http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/281450-mavericks-kernel-testing-on-amd-formerly-mountain-lion-kernel-testing-on-amd/page-320#entry2118925 ? And Yosemite refresh with 10.10/10.10.1 Bronya's rc7 (fixes all graphics glitches). Was also able to update to 10.10.2 using that latest kernel + reuse of axamanA's patched IOPCIfamily kext!? http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/261474-dell-precision-670-solved/page-2#entry2119112
  24. No, you can probably keep it as Clover sets it right now.
  25. Set CStates and PStates generation to false. ? If you want to generate your own SSDT for good CPU Power Management, you can look up for the SSDT generator shell/script on the Net. Or look it up at Rampagedev's blog/web site. Google will lead you there.