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AMD 10.9/10.9.1/10.9.2 kernel UPDATE III with full sse4 support Version R9

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AMD 10.9/10.9.1/10.9.2 kernel

**UPDATE III**

**Kernel with full sse4 support**

SSE4 Support!!!!!!!!!!

24/12/13

Kernel R6

6/1/14

Kernel R7

6/1/14

Kernel R8

8/1/14

Kernel R9

OS X 10.9.2 Beta:

copy --->> System.kext, AppleMatch.kext, Sandbox.kext from 10.9 to System/Library/Extensions then repair permissions and then restart your System

All credits to Andy Vandijck


What's New in Version Version R9

Released

  • sse4 support



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Thanks a lot~

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ASUS A43Ta~ 10.9.2 Beta~ APU A6-3400M works without cpus=1

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My boot flag is "arch=x86_64 -v"

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And there is a bug~~system clock goes too fast ~~ I have to add boot flag "busratio=25" to fix this

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I changed the kernel but my boot stops on "controller will be unloaded across sleep", how can I resolve? The boot-flags that I tested are: "PCIRootUID=1"; "GraphicsEnabler=No"; "-x", but always the same result. Thanks.

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Hi, same for R9. All work except for iMessage, Facetime, iCloud. And I found out sleep works except for USB. But, it is useless without USB support because keyboard & mouse are not working -.-

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And, I heard that iMessage & etc check the kernel, that would be the source of error, and not easy to fix it by users like me.

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For USB, I try to replace USB driver to the latest, but it doesn't work.-.- (I'm using that driver included in MB{censored} package, the latest)

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I changed the kernel but my boot stops on "controller will be unloaded across sleep", how can I resolve? The boot-flags that I tested are: "PCIRootUID=1"; "GraphicsEnabler=No"; "-x", but always the same result. Thanks.

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Refer this to install No npci=.zip then I can see no those message.?

http://macosx4pc.blogspot.kr/2013/12/maverick-mac-osx-109-installation-on.html

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If you're new to Mac on AMD, this would give some hints & tips for you:

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http://macosx4pc.blogspot.kr/2013/11/maverick-mac-osx-109-installation-on.html

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