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  1. Hello guys I followed the guide at noobsplanet to disable my dedicated card. After patching I removed all the existing files in ACPI/Patched and placed the newly patched files there. This caused the macOS to not boot I then reinstalled the OS but now worried that if I follow the same path my installion will again get messed up. Kindly can someone have a look and tell me whether the card is already OFF or it has to be turned OFF. Also during patching should I first delete all the SSDT/DSDTs present in patching and then place the new one? Also is Power Management properly applied? That is, whether C states are enabled? Thank You debug_27578.zip
  2. Hi everyone, Im totally new Hackintosh User and i want to patch DSDT/SSDT My Laptop details : Dell Inspiron 3542 (Clover-Yosemite 10.10.2) Haswell ULT Intel Core i3-4005U BIOS A05(14-11-20114) Intel HD Graphics 4400 + NVIDIA GeForce 820M (resolution 1366*768) 4GB RAM RealTek RTL8101/2/3 Family Fast Ethernet NIC Atheros AR9565 Wireless Network Adapter Realtek ALC3223 audio Laptop running OS X Yosemite but Not properly ................................................................................. I'm stuck with 2 errors in dsdt.dsl -syntax error, unexpected '}' -syntax error, unexpected $end and premature End-Of-File i googled it and i couldn't find anything can anyone help? SSD.zip
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