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    • Fixed* limited utorrent from downloading more than 200/kbs at a time, more than likely it's the cheap wifi adapter that can't handle the amount of data per second
    • Managed to fix this issue just booted in safe mode -x -f, and I was able to finish off the installation and it was fine after that
    • WiFi keeps disconnecting I just had bought the TL-WN725N TP-Link Wireless USB Adapter installed the Mac driver for it and everything was working fine but if I'm downloading from utorrent or downloading in general (big files) it disconnects me from my network and can't scan for any networks until I unplug the USB and put it back in... does anyone have an idea on how to fix this?
    • i already have installed niresh yosemite in a 2nd ssd, in the first drive I have Windows. So, I have simply to install niresh sierra over yosemite? I put niresh sierra on my usb, go to install on drive where is installed yosemite without erasing/formatting drive and I have to start installation? its true?
    • I can't install Yosemite OS x Hi, when i boot my USB with the Niresh yosemite and put enter en "yosemite zone" appears a screen woth the logo of hackintosh zone with a red apple but it stucks , i wait a long time and nothing, i have a Intel core i7 6700 , 16gb ram , a gigabyte b150m , no GPU, i dont know if i need to use a flag or something, please help me, thanks¬†

DarwinDumper v2.8.8

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App to dump OS X system information to aid troubleshooting.

A collection of scripts and tools to provide a convenient method to quickly gather a system overview of your OS X System. The app can be run from either the Finder or command line, with the resulting dumps saved to a 'DarwinDumperReports' folder in the same directory of the main app.

The following can be dumped:

- ACPI tables.- Audio codec and further info.- Boot loaders and configuration files.- Device-properties.- Disk partition structure / info.- Disk sectors (hex).- DMI (SMBIOS).- EDID.- I/O Kit Registry.- EFI Memory Map.- EFI vars (some).- Kernel information- Kext List- NVRAM.- SMC Keys.- LSPCI (PCI vendor & device codes) dumps.- RTC.- System Profiler.- System BIOS.- System Log(s).- Video BIOS.

The app can create an HTML report showing a complete overview.

There is a 'privacy' option that will mask sensitive informationin the dumped files and the HTML report. For example, the IOPlatformSerialNumber, IOPlatformUUID, IOMACAddress(s) ,USB Serial Number(s), SystemSerialNumber, serial-number, fmm-mobileme-token-FMM, MLB and ROM efi vars.






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