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Actually my native NVRAM is working as its Z600 series. Previously I messed up something that why its not working. I have removed emulated NVRAM. Sorry for the trouble.
Glad it is working for you now.
 
I checked both OC and Clover method, same result when run
nvram myvar
Result is:
nvram: Error getting variable - 'mylar': (iokit/common) data was not found

But:
nvram -p returned same value when reboot, and brighter light, sound level saved after reboot to check, specially iMessage working, so I think emunate nvram still working in my case, right?
 
I checked both OC and Clover method, same result when run
nvram myvar
Result is:
nvram: Error getting variable - 'mylar': (iokit/common) data was not found

Did you actually set any variable first?

But:
nvram -p returned same value when reboot, and brighter light, sound level saved after reboot to check, specially iMessage working, so I think emunate nvram still working in my case, right?

As per your specs, you should have a native NVRAM. Emulation is required especially for older systems and where the firmware is buggy.
 
Did you actually set any variable first?



As per your specs, you should have a native NVRAM. Emulation is required especially for older systems and where the firmware is buggy.
Yes, setted first, of course
I mean emulation for Sony vaio vpceh18, oldest laptop i have
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