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Frank Nitty

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Frank Nitty last won the day on February 16 2015

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  1. Hoping to win, it would be be blessing. Thanks
  2. I would greatly appreciate winning this, thanks.
  3. I know this is an old thread but I found a couple of links for the same driver that worked for me to get my N300 functional in OS X. https://link-4share.com/download/R1lsFUa7ba/wlan_11n_usb_macos10_8_driver_ui_2_0_1_zip.html http://auto-download.com/download/get/R1lsFUa7ba/wlan_11n_usb_macos10_8_driver_ui_2_0_1_zip.html?m=1 Hope this helps
  4. Like the title says I am needing help cleaning up a couple of DSDTs. I've already extracted (2) different DSDT.dsl's from separate dual-boot machines under Windows. However, there are numerous errors on each of them that I can't fix alone in order to compile them into a DSDT.aml. I would greatly appreciate any kind soul willing to help me complete this task. I have included the (2) different DSDT.dsl's as a attachment in this post. Thanks in advance. dsdt-Z97.zip dsdt-Z170.zip
  5. I am using the ASUS Z170M-PLUS and I am unable to get past the following error when attempting to boot from my UEFI Clover USB stick to install 10.11: OsxAptioFixDrv: Starting overrides for .IAbootFile\boot.efi Using reloc block: yes, hibernate wake: no I am also using boot flag: -v nv_disable=1 I switched out 'VBoxHfs-64.efi' with 'HFSPlus.efi' I used both the 'IOAPIC Fix' and 'USBInjectAll.kext' fixes including the edits to the config.plist as described in the 'Skylake Starter Guide'. My BIOS settings shouldn't be an issue since I am able to boot into my Clover USB stick. If needed here are my BIOS Settings: 01. Applied 'Load Optimized Defaults' 02. 'Fast Boot' - Disabled 03. 'Launch CSM' - Disabled 04. 'Secure Boot State' - Disabled 05. 'OS Type' - Other OS 06. VT-d - Disabled 07. 'Primary Display' - PCIE 08. 'iGPU Multi-Monitor' - Disabled 09. 'ErP Ready' - Disabled.. remainder available options disabled by default 10. 'Intel Virtualization Technology' - Disabled 11. 'CFG lock' - Disabled 12. ’Serial Port Configuration' turned off 13. ’Parallel Port Configuration' turned off 14. ’XHCI Hand-off' - Enabled 15. UEFI USB stick is set first in 'Hard Drive BBS Priorities' 16. DRAM Frequency - 'DDR4-2400MHz'[Optional] Any who has come across this issue who has any advice to help solve it would be greatly appreciated? Below are specs to my machine: Intel G4500 | ASUS Z170M-PLUS | Carbide 88R| PNY GTX 960 4GB | CORSAIR CX750M 750W | LEPA AquaChanger 240 | LG 14x Blu-Ray | Mushkin Enhanced ECO2 512GB | HGST Travelstar 7K1000 1TB 7200 RPM | Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 2400MHz I included a copy of my config.plist as attachment Thanks in advance config.plist.zip
  6. Thought I'd post mine that I completed around a year a go. Man that baby is a beaut.
  7. I haven't been on 'kexts.com' and 'osx86.net' in a while but when I attempt to access either url I am redirected here to 'hackintoshosx.com'. I guess I been out of the loop for some time to notice that they had been consilidated into one site. Any reason for this? Not that it was a bad decision or anything. I'm assuming this forum is owned by the same people. Any theories or inside scoop is welcome.
  8. I hate Clover. The last time I tried Clover was on my Z87 rig and at that time it would not get passed the bootloader. I rather not bother using it if I can help it.
  9. ? Tried it and it didn't work, I get the following error: ? I shouldn't be surprised since this method of patching was used with Sandy/Ivy bridge processors.
  10. I tried the one u provided on Insanelymac but it didn't work unfortunately. I still have to use NullCPUPowerManagement with your kext to load 10.9.3. Have you been successful at loading 10.9.X without the need of NullCPUPowerManagement? on a X58 system? My Z87 loads 10.9 without NullCPUPowerManagement.
  11. On my X58 system in my signature, it has been an ongoing issue (since 10.9.0) for me to able to successfully load Mavericks without NullCPUPowerMangement. So far I have tried patching the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement (described here) while removing NullCPUPowerManagement, and receiving a KP upon rebooting. I also tried using different kernel versions with NCPM installed: an xcpm-free unaltered version (found here, although it wasn't necessary) would cause a KP, but using a patched kernel (for xcpm, described here) and the GM vanilla kernel would load 10.9 trouble-free. However a KP will still arise each time using one of the kernels without NCPM. I attempted to use the PMPatch utility (found here) but it won't be of any use because my X58 system isn't a UEFI motherboard. I am also using a personalized SSDT made for my system. I have successfully booted into 10.7.5 and 10.8.5 without using NullCPUPowerMangement. I would also like to know why this process is so different from 10.7.5 and 10.8.5 aside from the fact that PM is performed by the kernel. Other than that, if there's any other ideas someone may have so that I can accomplish my goal of loading Mavericks without NullCPUPowerManagement I would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  12. Causes kernel panic "Waiting for DSMOS..." on EVGA Z87 FTW
  13. My system is not capable of booting after installing 10.9.2. I have documented my successful installation process for updating up to 10.9.1?here. Once I attempt to boot into 10.9.2, it automatically reboots, no kernel panic nor indication of the cause. I'm also using the latest FakeSMC v6.0.1364.?So far, all of my remedies I have done haven't worked.? ? First, using the USB installer, I replaced the vanilla mach_kernel with the patched version in Terminal using the following code and rebooted:? cp /mach_kernel "/Volumes/NameOfOSXDisk/mach_kernel" Next I removed all of the native graphic kexts restored after 10.9.2 and transfered them into another folder in Terminal using the following code and rebooted -f: diskutil list diskutil mount /dev/diskXsY mkdir /Volumes/ NameOfOSXDisk /backup cd /Volumes/NameOfOSXDisk/System/Library/Extensions mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelSNB* AMDRadeon* ATI* GeForce* NVDA* "/Volumes/NameOfOSXDisk/backup" Next I placed the NullCPUPowerManagement.kext back into E/E and rebooted -f: fsck -fy mount -uw / cd System/Library/Extensions mv /NullCPUPowerManagement.kext "/Volumes/NameOfOSXDisk/Extra/Extensions" Next I replaced the AICPM kext with a patched version on an additional USB stick in Terminal using the following code and rebooted -f: cd /Volumes ls cd NAMEOFOSXDISK cd System/Library/Extensions ls rm -rf /Volumes/NAMEOFOSXDISK/System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext cp -R /Volumes/USBSTICK/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext /Volumes/NAMEOFOSXDISK/System/Library/Extensions exit ? Next I replaced the AppleRTC.kext with a patched version on an additional USB stick in Terminal using the following code and rebooted -f: cd /Volumes ls cd NAMEOFOSXDISK cd System/Library/Extensions ls rm -rf /Volumes/NAMEOFOSXDISK/System/Library/Extensions/AppleRTC.kext cp -R /Volumes/USBSTICK/AppleRTC.kext /Volumes/NAMEOFOSXDISK/System/Library/Extensions exit After attempting all of these remedies at no avail, I was forced to revert back to 10.9.1. I can not seem to successfully boot into 10.9.2 for the life of me. Am I missing anything? If anybody has this similar problem on a Haswell system and has figured out a fix to it, I would gladly appreciate you letting me know. Thanks ?
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