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  1. I did create my own SSDT, but it did not seem to help. FYI running A14 Bios.
  2. Update: Saw major artifacting and eventual hardback using your SSDT/DSDT. Dropped the SSDT and running it again now to see how it does.
  3. I don't think the Bios is the issue, as it was working without any issues on 10.9. I removed the SSDT leaving DSDT and it ran a full day without any lockups. Im actually using the DSDT and SSDT from your post right now with a combination of your kexts and mine and its been ok for about 2 hours now. (got SD card reader working) My limited knowledge of clover has me reading, and it seems like it does some dynamic creation, could that need to be disabled possibly to use a pre-built SSDT? Side note: What kexts are you using to enable battery info to show. Dave
  4. After a little over a week of use, i am having serious issues with GUI hard locks and some artifacting. The system itself stays responsive, as i can SSH in and execute commands, but the GUI is locked with only mouse cursor movement working. There are occasionally artifacts in daily use, but it has become as serious as the hard locks. I think this is related to the DSDT, but I'm not too up to date on modding and patching them. Anyone wanna debug and test this with me?
  5. DVI via the Dock/Port Replicator is tested as working. I dont have VGA available to test at this minute, but should be able to test later today.
  6. @adriandb Install thread here: https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/7442-dell-e6320-yosemite-build-thread/
  7. Hi Folks, I was able to get Yosemite up and running on my e6320 and wanted to start a thread to iron out the last few wrinkles and help others get started. If anyone has this laptop and/or can help with the final issues, it would be greatly appreciated. Working: -Ethernet -Sound -Graphics (Display Port via Dock, DVI via Dock, Internal Display) -Sleep -Function Buttons, Trackpad, Volume Keys etc -Wireless (swapped older macbook pro card in) -SD Card Reader (working with patched AppleSDXC) Not Working: -Webcam (This has never worked, i believe it may not ever work) -VGA Output -HDMI Output (HDMI screens are recognized, but will display fully blank) Not Tested: -HDMI Audio To create the installation media, I followed the guide here (summarized below) You will need an 8GB+ flash drive, and an existing OSX installation Open Disk Utility (/Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility) and Partition your flash drive as Master Boot Record, 1 Partition, HFS+ named "Yosemite". Download Install OS X Yosemite.app Right click on the installer (Found in /Applications) > show package contents Navigate to Contents/Shared Support and double click on the InstallESD.dmg (The .dmg should now mount and appear on your desktop) In the terminal issue the following command: open "/Volumes/OS X Install ESD/BaseSystem.dmg" Open Disk Utility and Restore the BaseSystem.dmg to your flash drive Issue the following commands in terminal: cp "/Volumes/OS X Install ESD/BaseSystem.dmg" /Volumes/Yosemite/ cp -a "/Volumes/OS X Install ESD/BaseSystem.chunklist" /Volumes/Yosemite/ rm /Volumes/Yosemite/System/Installation/Packages cp -a /Volumes/OS\ X\ Install\ ESD/Packages /Volumes/Yosemite/System/Installation/Packages Now install Clover to your USB drive. (download it from here) Selecting the options shown in the linked image: http://imgur.com/if2O3hQ Merge all the files in the attached zip into the "CLOVER" folder on your Flash drive (done via terminal command below, if you downloaded the zip to your Downloads folder) cp -R ~/Downloads/CLOVER/* /EFI/CLOVER/ Once you have completed the install, repeat the Clover install and Kext / DSDT copy over to your installed HDD. CLOVER.zip
  8. I took the plunge on Yosemite, and tried your DSDT and SDXC kexts to no avail. Im going to start a Yosemite thread to keep these seperate, but wanted to let you know the Card Readers not working with what you provided. Dave
  9. Malik, As noted, you cannot have the VoodooSDHC.kext driver loaded with the system and retain sleep. If you want to use the SD card, you will have to load the driver manually when you intend to use it. Please read the instructions above and attempt to load the driver, if you come across any errors, ill be glad to review and help you get it going. Thanks, Dave
  10. Sidenote, anyone taken the plunge on Yosemite yet? I grabbed the BROADCOM BCM94352HMB in prep for Yosemite and have it working in Mavericks now, albeit without the ability to pair any bluetooth devices. Ive held off from mucking about with the Bluetooth until I can get to a clean Clover based Yosemite install.
  11. you can actually load the kext for SD card on an as needed basis to keep sleep working. Put the VoodooSDHC.kext in another folder like /Extra/TempExtensions/ and run this command replacing the proper path as needed "sudo kextload /Exta/TempExtensions/VoodooSDHC.kext" once you done using the sd card you will need to unload the kext "sudo kextunload /Exta/TempExtenstions/VoodooSDHC.kext" Note, this will not persist after a reboot, but will cause the blank screen if you sleep the PC while the kext is in loaded. Dave
  12. I am using AzureWave Broadcom BCM94352HMB with bcm4352.kext . I have added the BTFirmwareUploader.kext and it is showing detection of the bluetooth card and saying its using the combo firmware (via the console messages). I can turn bluetooth on and off, however i cannot find any devices when i search nor can any devices see my mac. Can anyone lead me in the right direction to get this working. Thanks, Dave
  13. confirmed e6320, will update sig as well to make it more clear for everyone. i have audio working with voodoohda now. i dont see any negative impact with voodoo at current time. dave
  14. @jakelo can you post your AppleHDA. I want to be sure im using a known working one. thanks dave
  15. ya i noticed it wasn't running. not sure why though. Perms look ok to me Dave
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