- May 29, 2013
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Are you able to downgrade the bios?
I downgraded to 2202 using the onboard button on my Ranger. Using the flash utility directly from bios refused to work.Are you able to downgrade the bios?
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as i wanted to narrow my problem i installed the 2202 Bios, have tried Sierra 10.12.0 and according Webdrivers. My System did boot into OSX with full resolution, but Mouse wasn't shown and also no bars to do anything. After this i rebooted and with web driver active it now boots into a black screen - maybe the hackintosh is active - but graphics are disabled.
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Good news! I installed the EmuVariableUefi-64.efi in Clover > drivers64UEFI folder. Download the latest clover package and only install EmuVariableUefi-64.efi - you don't have to install all of the latest Clover. Before rebooting, change to the Nvidia drivers. All should be well after that.
Looks like the newest ASUS BIOS' are "wreaking" our NVRAM across reboots.
SAFE SLEEP ARGUMENTS hibernatemode supports values of 0, 3, or 25. Whether or not a hiberna- tion image gets written is also dependent on the values of standby and autopoweroff For example, on desktops that support standby a hibernation image will be written after the specified standbydelay time. To disable hibernation images completely, ensure hibernatemode standby and autopoweroff are all set to 0. hibernatemode = 0 by default on desktops. The system will not back memory up to persistent storage. The system must wake from the contents of mem- ory; the system will lose context on power loss. This is, historically, plain old sleep. hibernatemode = 3 by default on portables. The system will store a copy of memory to persistent storage (the disk), and will power memory during sleep. The system will wake from memory, unless a power loss forces it to restore from hibernate image. hibernatemode = 25 is only settable via pmset. The system will store a copy of memory to persistent storage (the disk), and will remove power to memory. The system will restore from disk image. If you want "hiberna- tion" - slower sleeps, slower wakes, and better battery life, you should use this setting. Please note that hibernatefile may only point to a file located on the root volume.