Dell Rev A01 Drivers For Mac

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Dell Rev A01 Monitor

Dell Rev A01 Motherboard

Nov 28, 2010
Optiplex 7010 MT
Intel Core i3 2100
GigaByte GT610 2GB
Classic Mac
Mobile Phone
Hi All,
System Configuration:
Dell OptiPlex 7010 (Bios Rev A01)
Corei3 2100 Processor - HT enabled
Intel VT Enabled
Legacy Boot Option (UEFI is available - but am not sure whether i should use it or not)
GT 610 Gfx Card
1 x 250GB SATA 6GBPS HDD (Yosemite) (connected on SATA-0)
1 x 750GB HDD SATA 3GBPS HDD (NTFS Formatted - NO Operating System). (SATA-1)
1 x DVD ROM / Writer on SATA – 2
OnBoard Intel Nic
Realtek ALC269 Sound
Yosemite Installed via TonyMac UNIBEAST installer (App Store Yosemite)
Install started fine without any flags. Formatted the 250GB HDD as GPT and installed Yosemite.
Restart after install without any flags at all:
a) Graphics - GT610 detected with proper resolution and QE/CI enabled / verified
b) Intel NIC (onBoard) was automatically detected and working
I then used Multibeast “EayBeast”
MultiBeast Configuration - 2015-01-02 11:45:58 --------------------------------$
Drivers > Audio > Realtek ALCxxx > ALC269
Drivers > Disk > TRIM Enabler > 10.10.x TRIM Patch Drivers > Misc > ElliottForc$
Drivers > Misc > EvOreboot
Drivers > Misc > FakeSMC v6.11.1328
Drivers > Misc > NullCPUPowerManagement
Bootloaders > Chimera v4.0.1
Customize > Boot Options > Basic Boot Options Customize > Boot Options > Genera$
Customize > Boot Options > Kext Dev Mode
Customize > Boot Options > Use KernelCache
$es > tonymacx86 Black
I have tried using 'Mac Pro 3,1' system definition as well but it's the same behaviour.
The Problem:
a) System Boots only via UniBeast Installer USB – if I take the usb out, I get boot0 error.
I read the boot0 error guide on tonymac, and then did the diskutil info / grep “Block”
macpro:~ user1$ diskutil info / grep 'Block'
Device Block Size : 512 Bytes
Allocation Block Size : 4096 Bytes
After MultiBeast my network card wasn’t working, I re-ran multibeast and selected Intel E1000 driver – so it’s working now.
I can still boot cleanly into the system via the usb installer and everything is working – i just need the boot loader to be installed properly.
Also, as this systems (dell) mobo has UEFI, would that give me any benefit or I can use legacy boot ?
How can I check whether my system is shutting down cleanly?
Many Thanks for this forum and great support / responses - lots to learn
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