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  1. Hi! I attacched the ioreg and the kextstat. My notebook is an Asus K55VD (there are a lot of different models). Mine is: Intel® Core™ i7 3670QM Intel® Chief River Chipset HM76 DDR3 1600 MHz SDRAM, 2 x SO-DIMM socket 6G SDRAM 15.6" 16:9 HD (1366x768) LED retroiluminado NVIDIA® GeForce® 610M con 2GB DDR3 VRAM 500GB 5400rpm/7200rpm and 128Gb Crucial M5 SSD Altec Lansing® Audio More details here: http://www.asus.com/es/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/K55VD/specifications/ I've almost everything working: audio, graphics, touchpad, FN keys, Ethernet... The only things that are not working are brightness (only on boot with your script), WiFi and Bluetooth (I just bought a compatible Network PCIe card, so they will be enabled in a future). And no, I'm not using Clover, I'm using Chameleon, and now that I've almost all working I wouldn't like to change it to Clover... Thank you for your time! ioreg.txt kextstat.txt
  2. Hi! Thank you for sharing your test, but I have the same problem -I do exactly what you did but getting an error instead of a success-. I've tried rebooting, uninstalling and reinstalling your script etc... with lo luck. Here you can see what I say.
  3. OK! I'll tell you something. P.S.: my laptop is an Asus K55VD if that helps!
  4. I've installed OS X Mavericks 10.9.5. Here's my ioreg but I do not know how to get the system log... ioreg: http://pastebin.com/WtL4vxWR
  5. It is a bit late but... when Installing script, in the plist, the default config is -swb. You must change it to only -b so that it only changes the brightness level
  6. It is working very well on boot but... can I change the brightness level at runtime? I tried typing this in Terminal: sudo /usr/bin/BrightnessFix -b 0.4 And I get: BrightnessFix: Brightness read operation failed Why can't I change it? Thank you very much!
  7. I quote myself to say shamefully that it is now working AFTER reading the 'Readme' file. Thank you very much for this AWESOME work! Best regards!
  8. Hi! The kext is working flawlessly except two-finger scrolling... I've enabled it from System Preferences -> Trackpad but it is not working. The weird behaviour is that 3-finger and 4-finger actions do work! Up to 5 fingers! My laptop is an Asus K55VD. I think it should all work because on the verbose mode of the OS boot, i can se something like 'V4 hardware detected'. What can I do? Thank you in advantage!
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