The things are working a bit better but no luck with the dongle USB.
I've tried to fix my High Sierra installation with your guide
And the ones inside, https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/quick-guide-to-generate-a-ssdt-for-cpu-power-management.177456/ plus the README of...
NOPE,... the solution is not working now after a total power off. (I'm used to shut off the UPS for the night.) :crazy:
Now you can say i told you so,....:banghead: Btw High sierra is working well. (Besides Siri failures... But who cares of that...B!)
Update DONE!!! :headbang:
Annnnd The DONGLE WORKS!!!! Ahahahahahahah :ugeek: (Blind lucky)
I don't know how i've done, i've followed your's update guide and now every thing works (Besides CUDA Drivers.. that needs an update. But it's Nvidia fault i'm waiting for them.)
But i can't tell that all...
Thank you. ;) I've saw you very busy on helping new High Sierra users posts, so i've decided to join them. Even because i've decided to update my SSD boot disk to the new file system. (Today is better than tomorrow.)
How do i do the renaming and patch work on the USB, as you said?
That will be...
Okay Dude.. @VioletDragon You don't seems interested to solve this issue..
You said that it may be an USB problem.. so i will try to update to High Sierra in order to solve this annoying Bluetooth dongle problem..
Well it was working actually for a short period even in Sierra... But the trick hasn't last long...
Btw i think that in Sierra installation i've done some mess. I attach the Problem Reporting Files in one Zip (IOReg + Clover folder).
Sorry for the delay in answering, work overload problems. I...
Ok, i'm writing you from a perfect functionally OS 10.12.1 the fresh new installation is working.
Probably the MAC MIGRATION software has caused that terrible Power Management Mess.. Dam It. I could never though that a migration from the past hack could be so dangerous.. And i had even removed...
As I said if I boot from my external USB disk were I have a Carbon Copy of my fully functional M.L. 10.8.3 the CPU fan is working [1300 rpm - CPU 45°C stable - room @ 20° or more...) --->So Is necessary to try a Linux live Usb??
I remind you that in that M.L. 10.8.3 I use NullCPUPowerManagement...
Nope I'm not attempting no fan control.. Just monitoring the temperature. Yes with "HWmonitor". Is that dangerous? (btw the fan stops before the user log in..)
I remember these strange problems even in M. L. 10.8.3.. That's why I have used NullCPUpowermanagement..
Btw, Thanks for the thread link.
Ok, I have ended the SSDT procedure, but still I don't understand if my Hack works properly.:banghead:
The system runs around a stable temp of ˜60°C but I still couldn't see my CPU fan running (that as I said before it isn't broken, it fully runs in ML 10.8.3) these are the...
As I wrote, it was removed from my OS Sierra, also because it wasn't effective.
It perfectly works on my ML 10.8.3
Now I will accurately read your Mavericks power management thread. After I will try it.
Yes it is, in Bios / ML 10. 8.3 / it runs at 1300 rpm. In that OSX (USB drive) I use NullCPUpowermanagement.
The thread that you have linked here refers to Maverick, is it still useful for my Sierra OS? Was tested on Sierra? Thank you.