You may simply enable/activate the Clover AICPUPM patch rather than those kexts that have become a little obsolete with the demise of old Chameleon. Even Enoch offered on-the-fly AICPUPM patch in the end.
Hi Hervé. The patched AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement kexts works for my Xeon W3690 (Gulftown) as well. My HP Z400 hangs with a Kernel panic at boot with vanilla AICPUPM kext (Mojave 10.14.4) but
using your patched kext it works fine despite is not a Sandy/Ivy Bridge cpu. Thank you!!
i'm trying to install Mojave on my e5550.
I created a usb stick with unibegast. The boot up works completely, the installation starts.
BUT: I can not use the keyboard or mouse. Tried USB keyboard/mouse same thing.
I cleaned out my system and now I have one ssd with Mojave 10.4.2 and one clover boot manager. Before I had 2 or more entries on two or more efi partitions and wasn't really sure, where was were. So now I would like to update to 10.4.4 but get stuck in the install boot up with a kextstall (240) APPLEACPI...... and nothing happens then. Something is inside the deeps of the system what doesn't fit. And the bluetooth is gone, since I changed the system somewhat.
I attached my system files and debug reports, hope it isn't missing something...
Thank you for your help....
In the future, please use the forum Spoiler facility for such posts. Thank you.
I don't think many people will bother to read that stuff you posted but if you want to verify CPU power management, there are 2 x little tools at your disposal:
Intel Power Gadget
HWMonitor app (available alongside FakeSMC and its Plugins which are required for proper monitoring). See here for instance.