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  1. safe to install yosemite update 10.10.1 ?

    thanks, I guess I might try it once I have made a full disk backup.
  2. hey , just wondering if anyone tried installing the 10.10.1 update yet, and if they ran into any issues; it doesn't look very necessary ,but i'm just curios. It would be nice to get rid of the update message, but I'm not interested in breaking my install. thanks
  3. Hi, I need the xpcm-free kernel for my Haswell build: https://www.hackintosh.zone/file/543-xpcm-free-patched-kernel-for-os-x-yosemite-1010/ However the documentation is very vague; if I look on the MacPwn USB, there is no "/System/Library/Kernels/" directory, not sure how to proceed. my build specs: MOBO: MSI Z87-G55 CPU: i7 3.5 ghz Haswell GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 760 Mem: Patriot 2x4 gb 1600 MHz DDR3 HD: Samsung Evo 120 GB SATA SSD I'm running Mavericks on the XPCM-free kernel thanks
  4. XPCM Patched Kernel for OS X Yosemite 10.10 & 10.10.1

    I'm assuming I'm supposed to copy this onto the Macpwn usb before installing; however, I can't find the "System/Library/Kernels" directory. Should I create it?
  5. First , thanks a lot, I was able to install with no errors while following this guide with the MSI Z87-G55 mobo; however, while installing I forgot to perform the 'Chipset Drivers (Kexts)/Chipset Drivers/IOATAFamily' step.I have'nt detected any problems so far, although I don't really know what to look for. so my questions are: 1. what is this kext for, and is it still needed if the install went ok? 2. if it is needed, can I install it post mavericks install, or should I start over? MOBO: MSI Z87-G55 CPU: i7 3.5 ghz Haswell GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 760 Mem: Patriot 2x4 gb 1600 MHz DDR3 HD: Samsung Evo 120 GB SATA SSD
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