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    • Did you update your nVidia web driver, boot with nv_disable=1 and then update nvidia web driver.
    • Hackintosh after 10.12.05 Update (Intel/NVIDIA) I had some problems after the update so I tell you how to solve the issues: Black Screen (no signal): There is a problem with the Nvidia Web Driver. First try to boot without the nvidia driver. Just go to Options > GPU Injection and remove the tick from Nvidia Web Driver and boot. Uninstall the Web Driver -reboot- and Install the new Version 378.15.10.05f01 If you still get a black screen boot a live cd or windows and remove the NVDA.... Folders from System/Library/Extensions and try again to boot. Uninstall the Web Driver -reboot- and Install the new Version 378.15.10.05f01 (If you open the nvidia driver manager to uninstall the driver NVIDIA asked me to install an update - ignore that and uninstall the driver, because the update wont work) Error 8 / Volume could not be verified completely / fsck_hfs errors / Invalid node structure: Boot from sierra installation usb and try to repair with disk utility - reboot -> If that does not work reboot and boot again from sierra installation usb > open terminal > /sbin/fsck_hfs -yprd /dev/disk0s0  (replace 0 with the right number - you can find it in the disk utility)  - > the process takes 5-10min
    • Upgrade Sierra 10.12.6 - GT 710 Hi!! I have make a upgrade 10.12.6 Sierra and have a black Screen. Solution: Change SMBios for MACBOOK PRO Retina. I have a Core I7 3770 Ivy bridge.   
    • It did not work for me. In my case, I found that the installed Volume was renamed to "--" and the installation script stopped. After that the Volume was damaged and I had to erase it with Disk Utility.   I suspect that the error does not come from the script itself but happened prior to run the script. Some process was messing with the installed Volume.  
    • How Do I Get iCloud Working in Yosemite Zone? Hello! I recently installed Yosemite Zone and iCloud, FaceTime, iMessage, and Google Chrome and none of them work, each saying my computer isn't validated. I have tried many things including the one with EFI Studio and deleting stuff to messing around in Chameleon and none of it seems to work. The App Store and it's sister apps work just fine, though. Does anyone know how to get all this working, as they are things I'd like to use. Specs: AMD Phenom II x4 B55 3.3 GHz 8 GB DDR3 NVidia GeForce GTX 750 MSI 890GXM-G65 Yosemite Zone 10.10.1

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El Coniglio released this DSDT editor with automated patching capabilities

Note: DSDT Editor is written in Java, so you will need to install Java in order to run it.

1.OS X should prompt you to install Java and automatically download and install it through Software Update . If it doesn't, I suggest you visit http://support.apple.com and download the Java package appropriate for your version of OS X.

2.Windows Should need Java if You have installed don't need to do anything .if doesn't i suggest you Visit http://www.java.com/en/ nd download the Java Version appropriate for your version of Windows.


What's New in Version 2.0

Released

  • fixed bug which caused data loss if number of open and close brackets don't match
  • fixed compile window to work with new IASL versions
  • updated IASL to 20120420

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