- Dec 29, 2012
- Dell XPS 18
- Intel Core i3-3227U CPU @ 1.90GHz
- Intel HD Graphics 4000
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
The serial# you were using with Chameleon.
I installed Chimera from multibeast before... I'm not sure I used chameleon for anything...
Or do you mean Chameleon Wizard? Sorry... I'm going through my guide. I used that to edit files I believe... but I'm not sure any of the previous files were saved. I'll have to go look when I get a chance.
It's all coming back to me (slowly). I think I know what you're talking about but I didnt save any of my old files, so I have no idea what my old serial# would have been.
I generated the SSDT with the probook installer. Can i just create an /Extra folder and generate a new one with the same program I used before? I still have the app.You should have saved your entire /Extra folder. Also, keep in mind SSDT.aml generated from ssdtPRgen.sh needs edits to remove plugin-type injection if you are to use MacBookPro8,1. Had you saved your /Extra you would still be able to use the old SSDT.aml previously created. Perhaps you have a TimeMachine backup you can use, or you'll just need to refer to your notes and regenerate/re-edit.
I generated the SSDT with the probook installer. Can i just create an /Extra folder and generate a new one with the same program I used before? I still have the app.
Okay.... I followed the guides... now when I reboot from HDD, I see no bootable drives to boot into... Which makes me wonder... When I click on the EFI volume, it has a folder called EFI and everything is inside that... do I need to move the contents of the EFI partition up a folder?You can generate any way... (ProBook installer has an older copy of ssdtPRgen.sh, but it works for your CPU).
But you will need edits after... (remove plugin-type injection or change to zero).
Current guide using ssdtPRgen.sh: http://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-native-power-management-for-laptops.175801/
It means you forgot HFSPlus.efi in drivers64UEFI. Make sure you read carefully...