- Jan 1, 2018
- Asus Asrock z270 killer SLI
- Intel 7700k
- GTX 1070ti
just run the tool, and save the file to a usb stick....
EDIT: also boot without caches then in terminal:
sudo kextcache -i /
There are a dozen 4360 flavors, what flavor is installed?I have the BCM4360 chip connected to an M.2 slot using an adapter.
Not workingI do have antennas installed to answer that part of your question.
4352 in the comment means the patch applies to 4352 only. Changing the comment and expecting a different result is irrational. 2nd request, remove all patches that have (or had) 4352 in the comment.I was confused (and still am) because of the appearance of of "4352" in the comments portion of the patches
Reasons previously noted aboveWifi has not been able to turn on.
There are a dozen 4360 flavors, what flavor is installed?
4352 in the comment means the patch applies to 4352 only. Changing the comment and expecting a different result is irrational. 2nd request, remove all patches that have (or had) 4352 in the comment.
Reasons previously noted above
FakePCIID_XHCIMux.kext not applicable for your hardware, you should remove it.Model is BCM9460CS2. I hope that that is what you are looking for.
I removed patches that contained 4352 in the comments. Note: I don't believe I ever changed the contents of a comment... I was just noting that I was confused by the appearance of the numbers 4352 in the comments when the patch name contained 4360. I only have 2 WiFi/BT related patches now... I would imagine that this is still not correct, since WiFi is still not working.
Note: I was previously told to include FakeSMC in /L/E, but I have since moved it back to Kexts/Other for the time being as the system seems to have fewer issues with it there.
FakePCIID_XHCIMux.kext not applicable for your hardware, you should remove it.
Why is AppleAHCIPort.kext patched?
FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphics.kext you have in Clover won't function without FakePCIID.kext (though it'll work because kext are currently both injected and present in kernel cache). Not sure you need it anyway...
Why both IntelMausiEthernet.kext and RealtekRTL8111.kext installed? Intel kext is also quite old, you should update it (If you have Intel hardware, of course...)
With FakeSMC.kext installed to /L/E and InjectKexts=Detect, kext won't be injected from Clover. Therefore you need all the kext in Clover/kexts/Other to be installed to /L/E. That's probably why you experience slow boot/other issues.
In installation scenarios, for example, kext will be injected from Clover, as they can't be loaded from kernelcahce.
With that setup, all the kext you need go to /L/E.
Necessary kexts, the minimal set which is required to boot and have basic functionality (display, keyboard/mouse, internet connection) are installed to Clover/kexts/Other (They are still installed to /L/E too!)
@toleda @jaymonkey it did work flawlessly!let's hope for the best!