wiraone wrote:Andy, have you tried the MSIWindOSX instead of the ideneb? Amru guide is based on MSIWindOSX and my experience is based on MSWindOSX too. After updating the right extensions, mine goes to sleep if I disable the bluetooth first.. couldn't really help much .. sorry.. may be someone could shed some light.. there is another thread on the sleep problem, you might want to continue the discussion there ..
donaldb wrote:I thought I found the file I needed appleacpiplatform.kext and copied it over the top of the one that is in system/library/extensions
well to make a long story short I got it where it would not even boot.
so I am following amru's how to again and starting from scratch.
can you tell me where I went wrong when I did the kext's that he says to use
from what you wrote I got messed up when I did the AppleACPIPlatform.kext
what in the world do I need to do when I get everything loaded again to not mess it up again? the list he shows does not have AppleACPIPlatform.kext
so I am not sure how I messed it up and sure do not want to start over again from scratch.
osx10 wrote:When I did this the first time I did it because somebody somewhere wrote that if you remove certain kexts osx will rebuild them on the next boot... as we both found AppleACPIPlatform.kext is kind of essential for the entire boot process.
osx10 wrote:There you'll find a Thermal.kext or something with the word thermal in it.. (I'm writing this form my legitimate macbook so I don't have that same file.. i'll update with the name later... but you'll be able to figure it out... there is one extra file in the downloaded AppleACPIPlatform.kext.. take that file and copy it into the folder you opened of your original AppleACPIPlatform.kext.
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