- Jan 27, 2014
- MSI z87 mpower max
- Intel I7 4770k
- Gainward Nvidia 760 2GB Phantom
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Glad your up and running, be sure to keep a backup of all your Critical ID's for future use and you should be fine. I believe that OSX S/N , Platform UUID (derived from system-id), MLB & ROM are all checked for vslidity during creation of the security token (initial iCloud registration) after which only MLB & ROM are used to re-authenticate the iMessage security token.
Glad your finally there, same applies as above .. keep those ID's safe. If you do install WiFi/BT4 card you should be fine. Disconnect system form internet before installing and apply binary patches via clover if necessary, run DPCI Manager and check that en0 has remained the same and new WiFi NIC is assigned next sequential number. If that looks ok run iMessage Debug and ensure all Critical ID's are the same. If all ok you should be good to go. If gaps in NIC enX numbering delete Network plists (Step-2) and try again. Only reconnect to network once all ID's are as they are now.
Sadly I'm back
So I got to the stage where I got the customer code and called support yesterday morning. They unlocked me and when I came home I tried to log in but again got the customer code.... I called again this morning, gave the file number and the customer code and they again said it was done.... I tried again to log in a couple of minutes ago but again got the customer code
Have I missed something, should I try to update to 10.10.1 and try again? I'm kinda lost