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Fix CMOS reset Mac OS Lion - Golden Master 1.0

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Install Kext Helper (MB{censored} or download the Tool)

Download the kext , and drag-drop into Kext helper

Enter Admin password to install

This kext should work well for Lion 10.7.x

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This gives my Dell Inspiron 1720 a kp in 10.6.8. Too bad, I really could use a solution for this glitch.

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i've try it but it's not respond to my pc it still CMOS reset after sleep and wake when i restart my device

Sorry for bad English

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Intel Core i7 2630

Sandy Bridge

Mobile Intel HM67

nVidia GeForce GTX 560M

JMicron PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Adapter

Realtek RTL8188CE Wireless LAN 802.11n COMBO PCI-E NIC

High Definition Audio Controller [10DE-0BEE] [NoDB]

I succesfully install IATKOS L2M with command npci=0x2000 cpus=1 busratio=20 -v .. Lion succesfully begins.. But with shut down command, CMOS fails and reset need for wake it up again.. I tried the kext... it solves issues on "restart" but still have problem with "shut down" ... after "shut down" everything fails.. because CMOS fails.. CMOS locks itself... i dont understand why.. how can i solve this problem?

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I have HP dv6 i5 laptop. I can confirm this works on bios modified hp dv6 with mountain lion (pre release). It was the bios modification that introduced the cmos problem in the first place (as I need the wifi card whitelist removing). But the bottom line is it's all working perfectly now.

So .... good for 10.8.x

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