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I have always this message in AppStore "Thunderbolt Firmware Update 1.2". I have turn off this message. I have this in my /Library/Preference/com.apple.SoftwareUpdate.plist bplist00ÿ +,-_LastAttemptSystemVersion_PrimaryLanguages_LastRecommendedUpdatesAvailable_RecommendedUpdates^LastResultCode_LastFullSuccessfulDate_LastUpdatesAvailable_LastSuccessfulDate^10.10 (14A389)°Ren•!&‘ZIdentifier[Product Key\Display Name_Display Version]ProAppsCodecsX031-2844^ProApps CodecsU1.0.5‘ZFCPContentX041-4538_$Final Cut Pro X Supplemental ContentS1.0‘ _ThunderboltFirmwareUpdate1.2X041-9835_Thunderbolt Firmware UpdateS1.2‘"#$%WiTunesX]zzzz031-08056ViTunesV12.0.1‘'()*]MotionContentX041-4788_Motion Supplemental ContentS1.13A∫&?3A∫)E4Gi~ç¶Ω“·„ÊËÓ˜-;DSYbmvù°™…“Ù?!*8A_cen.wI attach my?com.apple.SoftwareUpdate.plist ?
I'm having difficulties booting after installation with a MyHack usb. If I boot with -x I can get in, however if I boot with -v -f dart=0 IGPlatform=01660003 IGPEnabler=Y and no flags in the org.chameleon.boot.plist it hangs after DSMOS has arrived. If I delete the IntelHD related kexts I can boot without -x but I'd like to get my HD4000 working. I've uploaded a photo of where it hangs (you'll have to excuse the reflection). Specs are: Intel Core i5 3337u HM76 chipset Intel HD4000 @ 1366*768 Synaptics touchpad (I think those are all that are relevant)