RoyceJ

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About RoyceJ

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    Hackintosh, Home Automation, Internet of things, DIY tech, Custom builds, tech related things, Amazon Alexa, Cars, Turbo Chargers

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  1. Fixed! I got annoyed and wiped the hard drive and reinstalled OS X now everything is hunky dory - I now just have to get my other two monitors working properly...
  2. Multimonitor Troubles 750ti I've just completed the Yosemite Zone install process and have installed all necessary kexts, kernels and whatnot and everything works great with my FX8320 and GTX750ti. But I'm now trying to get my other two monitors working (very unsuccessfully). At the moment I boot with all three plugged in (one HDMI, one VGA, one DVI). My motherboard uses my VGA one as default to display the splash screen, then Yosemite boots fine also using that monitor. If I boot with only one monitor plugged in that isn't my VGA monitor my mob will display the splash screen like normal then go black instead of showing the apple logo and booting. I have the latest nvidia drivers and the dude update and everything works hunky dory but I cannot for the life of me figure out why the other two monitors will not display picture or even show up in the display preferences. Thanks in advance, Royce AMD FX 8320 Asus m5a78l-m lx v2 Nvidia GeForce GTX 750ti 8GB Kingston Ram 120gb Sandisk SSD Boot drive 500GB Storage
  3. yosemite

    Sorry I'm late to the party.... First of all the mouse wheel inverted is on by default in "System Preferences >> Mouse >> Natural scrolling" thats an easy fix. Secondly, the stuttering is very common and easy to fix, download multicast for yosemite and click the DSDT free section, then click build at the top of the page and give it a restart. After that make sure to do some googling around for your gfx specific drivers. I have a fx 8320 extreme and a 750ti and it took me a while to find web drivers but you'll be thankful once you do. After the install and a quick reboot you'll be as good as gold. Sorry I couldn't provide anything very specific or links but I have faith in you.
  4. Stuck on Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport Hi all, I'm fairly new but stick with me. I've just completed the first half of the Yosemite Zone install. Now when I boot and select my hard drive with the OS installed to complete the installation and begins setup I keep getting stuck on the one line "****[IOBluetoothHCIController][SearchForTransportEventTimeOutHandler] -- Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport!" After googling around I found that I had to delete the two kept files "AppleIntelHD*.kext" and "AppleIntelF*.kext (http://www.hackurmac...blems-with.html). After more googling around and learning how to do that through single user mode (http://www.osxlatitude.com/remove-kext-from-single-user-mode/).Making sure I typed everything correctly including capitals, punctuation, spaces and whatnot. I got all the way to step 7 where I had to run myfix but when I did it spat out an error saying that the command didn't exist. I tried a few times making sure everything was spelt correctly and it was. I wasn't sure really what to do so I preceded to reboot the system and I'm still stuck on the same error. Does anybody else know how to fix this error or know of a different way to delete kexts? Thanks in advance, Royce Like This