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this board re-lives.  10.10.3 guide coming soon!  Running very nice with 10.10.3, IGP Graphics, and Q9550 CPU



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this board re-lives.  10.10.3 guide coming soon!  Running very nice with 10.10.3, IGP Graphics, and Q9550 CPU

 

could you provide some details, please?



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Full working with 10.10.5
Intel Xeon E5450 771 CPU, 8GB RAM

Setup:
1,Insatll Clover Bootloader on USB driver
2, Unzip the attached file into OEM folder

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hi,

 

Here is how I got 10.11.2 installed on to new second drive using the existing install on this system.

 

what you'll need:

El Capitan installer

the latest un*beast installer for 10.11

enoch installer

audio kext - see attachment

kernel kext - see attachment

files for /Extra - see attachment

second hdd/ssd

 

Attached File  Extra.zip   50.68KB   11 downloads

Attached File  Kernels.zip   4.19MB   11 downloads

Attached File  Kexts.zip   1.73MB   14 downloads

 

so I used a second hdd/ssd instead of a usb key as I had problems with this board booting from usb.

 

  1. on the second drive create two partitions:
    1. size the second partition at 9G and call it beast
    2. leave the first partition with the remainder and call it El Cap
  2. run un*beast installer:
    1. select the beast partition we just made
    2. select the El Capitan installer
    3. select UEFI Clover installer - we'll remove this later
    4. install
  3. once un*beast completes:
    1. find the device called "EFI" in finder side-bar
    2. remove everything in EFI directory leaving the EFI directory empty
  4. run the enoch installer
    1. select the beast device
    2. use standard install
  5. once enoch installer completes:
    1. copy over contents of the Extras attachment to /Volumes/beast/Extra/
    2. copy over the Kernels directory to /Volumes/beast/System/Library/
  6. reboot
  7. now on reboot you need to have your second drive selected as the boot device
    1. do this using the Esc key and selecting your second drive
    2. or switch the data cables around so that the second drive is now the first
    3. or switch boot order in bios
  8. at the boot prompt select beast to boot from
  9. run through installer and be sure to select El Cap as the install destination
  10. on reboot be sure that the second drive is the active one
  11. select El Cap from the boot menu
  12. run through first time setup
  13. once logged in
    1. use diskutil to delete beast partition
    2. run enoch installer and select El Cap as the destination drive and use standard install
    3. once enoch is complete repeat step 5 but this time use /Extra/ and /System/Library as the destinations
    4. copy over the kexts from the attachment to /Library/Extenstions/
    5. rename /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext to /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext.bak
  14. reboot
  15. ensure that your new drive is the active one
  16. at the boot menu  select El Cap and boot
  17. you should have working audio now

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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ok noticed that the front USB ports weren't working. Read around online and found that it was due to SUB port restrictions. I edited 

 

/System/Library/Extensions/IOUSBHostFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleUSBEHCIPCI.kext/Contents/Info.plist 

 

and removed the port-count and ports from both <key>Macmini4,1.....  sections

 

see http://www.insanelym...tan-1011/page-1for more details on how get USB ports working

 

Better idea, instead of modifying the original kext that may get replaced on updates, lets copy the plugin to /L/E/ and add in the missing ports

 

attached is an updated kext that should be placed in /L/E/ I've added the missing ports to macmini4 since that is the system definition I use

 

Attached File  AppleUSBEHCIPCI.kext.zip   27.89KB   6 downloads

 

 



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Ok

 

I finally have built-in graphics working using the kexts from post 795 (linked off first post), here's what I've copied

 

cd /System/Library/Extensions/AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext/Contents/
cp Info.plist Info.plist.org
cp /Users/yozik/Downloads/10.8.2SLEEP/System/Library/Extensions/AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext/Contents/Info.plist .
cd /Library/Extensions/
cp -R /Users/yozik/Downloads/10.8.2SLEEP/System/Library/Extensions/_OverrideNVDA* .

 

cp -R /Users/yozik/Downloads/10.8.2SLEEP/System/Library/Extensions/Natit.kext . 
 
I also installed the nvidia web driver from nvidia's website - 346.03.04f02
 
 
I've set GraphicsEnabler to No 
 
I've removed the external graphics card and all is well






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