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  1. Hi all, I currently have OS X 10.11.2 running on a Dell Inspiron T1700 (i7 4590, 16G DDR3, Quadro K620 (Nvidia Web Driver)) and Clover r3577. It works like a charm. I decided to update it to Sierra so I wanted to update Clover first. The last version of Clover didn't work as the computer reboot just after: +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ So I decided to "bisect" and find the issue. I finally found I can't even update to Clover r3811 with the same issue. I did some tests with OSXAptioFixDrv-64 (reboot after "++++"), OSXAptioFixDrv2-64 (reboot after "++++") and O
  2. Hi, After quite a bit of work I have managed to install El Capitan on my Dell Precision T1700 workstation. Pretty much everything is working, including audio and USB3 and I think that I have a well patched DSDT / SSDT etc. However, no matter what I try, I can't get resume from sleep to work. I have disabled hibernate (by setting hibernatemode to 0 with pmset and setting hibernatefile to /dev/null). The computer seems to go in to sleep correctly (monitors, disks and fans shut down), pressing a keyboard key wakes the computer, but it just resets and starts again from scratch. At the moment I
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