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iMac13 is HD4000, iMac12 is HD3000 and macbookpro6 HD Graphics, none support HD5000.

 

Use a Haswell sysdef, i.e., macbookair6,1/Board-ID is C17KTAM5F5N7.  Find that Board-ID in AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext/Contents/Info.plist/.../AGPM/Machines/C17KTAM5F5N7/IGPU.  If you want to use AGPM/Mac13,2 remove what is there, paste macbookair6,1/IGPU and rename to GFX0. Install and restart.  In IOReg, look for AGPM attached to GFX0/AppleIntelFramebuffer/AGPM. If you see Heuristic-ID=2, you have HD5000 PM.

hello hi toleda.
I find I can not find it.
Not have afforded this C17KTAM5F5N7 obtained from.
Help me.
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Not have afforded this C17KTAM5F5N7 obtained from.

 

 

 

My mistake, post edited.
From 10.8.5 or 10.9/AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext/Contents/Info.plist/IOKitPersonalities/AGPM/Machines/Mac-35C1E88140C3E6CF/IGPU


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My mistake, post edited.
From 10.8.5 or 10.9/AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext/Contents/Info.plist/IOKitPersonalities/AGPM/Machines/Mac-35C1E88140C3E6CF/IGPU

 

Yes, sir.
I use the 2 main solutions to the 10.8.5.
Ask you to see the messages I send it to me.
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SUCCESS

 

After several hours and many cups of tea - 10.9 DP3 Running Core i7 4770, GeForce GTS 250

 

You need to disable VT-d, to avoid many SMC errors.

Hot plug turned off on all ports for faster boot.

Reached installer with -v -x

Installed on Plextor SSD 120Gb

First boot with: -v -x

Then update to DP2 -> DP3.

Install all kext from gaspimp's archive.

For working audio i install VoodooHDA (VoodooHDA-v2.8.4.pkg), then i replace VoodooHDA.kext with one i attached.

 

Safe mode can be reached with: -x GraphicsEnabler=Yes

Normal boot with: -f GraphicsEnabler=Yes

Everything works fine.

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Edited by Swiftie, 15 July 2013 - 10:01 AM.


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I'm trying to boot 10.8.5 on this board but Chameleon is hanging at "Processing XSDT". Any ideas?

 

edit: got 10.9 to boot instead. Weird…



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SUCCESS

 

After several hours and many cups of tea - 10.9 DP3 Running Core i7 4770, GeForce GTS 250

 

You need to disable VT-d, to avoid many SMC errors.

Hot plug turned off on all ports for faster boot.

Reached installer with -v -x

Installed on Plextor SSD 120Gb

First boot with: -v -x

Then update to DP2 -> DP3.

Install all kext from gaspimp's archive.

For working audio i install VoodooHDA (VoodooHDA-v2.8.4.pkg), then i replace VoodooHDA.kext with one i attached.

 

Safe mode can be reached with: -x GraphicsEnabler=Yes

Normal boot with: -f GraphicsEnabler=Yes

Everything works fine.

Good day. I have a similar system configuration. How did you start installation of OS? Could you please provide some basic steps? Thank you!



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Good day. I have a similar system configuration. How did you start installation of OS? Could you please provide some basic steps? Thank you!

If you do this gaspimp and if you use your device near it. I have a solution for you. And ask you to reflect Spec. You let us know it very well.
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I was wondering if anyone is familiar with CPUs marked with S index? How is the 65W TDP achieved on them?

Is it done just by limiting the nominal non-TB multiplier and undervolting the states to get this low wattage? Or are there any other means of getting to this low TDP?

I'm debating whether I should get an i5-4430 or an i5-4570S ?



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I was wondering if anyone is familiar with CPUs marked with S index? How is the 65W TDP achieved on them?

Is it done just by limiting the nominal non-TB multiplier and undervolting the states to get this low wattage? Or are there any other means of getting to this low TDP?

I'm debating whether I should get an i5-4430 or an i5-4570S ?

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What version you have installed some also.
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Please take the off-topic discussions elsewhere. This thread is not about the differences between Intel CPUs or OS X 10.8.5.



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Hi,

 

Installation was very fast and smooth however I can only boot with -v -f -x. Boot hangs at some bluetooth line.

When clicking on More Info... in About This Mac window I get logged out and have to log in again. I'm using everything

from the Z87XUD3H files v1.3.zip file from gaspimp.

I also have trouble getting the internal graphics on the cpu to work. Any help on with this would be appreciated.

Perhaps someone can provide a compiled dsdt.aml with the fix from post #5 in it. Naidb's dropbox link has nothing in it.

There seems to be a new beta bios for our MB e.g. F6q. Anyone tried it yet?

Thank you.

 

Specs :

 

MB : Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H F6L BIOS

CPU : Intel Core i7 4770K @ 3.5Ghz

OS : Mavericks DP2

Bootloader : Chameleon-2.2svn-r2254 



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@ naidb

 

Thank you very much for the files. I don't have time right now to try them but I'll this evening.

One more question. Does the mach_kernel from the Extra-10.8x.zip file have Haswell support?

I'll let you know if all went well.



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The F6 final BIOS for the UD3H has been released and works very well. I'll be updating the original post shortly to include it.



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 P States works very well.

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@ naidb

 

Thank you very much for the files. I don't have time right now to try them but I'll this evening.

One more question. Does the mach_kernel from the Extra-10.8x.zip file have Haswell support?

I'll let you know if all went well.

You try to 10.8.3-10.8.4. Updated to 10.8.5.
You can use the card to HD4600 as completely important.
I think that version 10.8x to slip over 10.9 DPx.

The F6 final BIOS for the UD3H has been released and works very well. I'll be updating the original post shortly to include it.

I did not stop it. Now the new driver comes out. It must change.



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I was wondering if anyone is familiar with CPUs marked with S index? How is the 65W TDP achieved on them?

Is it done just by limiting the nominal non-TB multiplier and undervolting the states to get this low wattage? Or are there any other means of getting to this low TDP?

I'm debating whether I should get an i5-4430 or an i5-4570S ?

https://www.dropbox....s/ssdtPRGen.zip

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Hi guys,

 

i have got a Z87X-UD3H, i managed to install mavericks via usb installer with GraphicsEnabler=Yes PCIRootUID=1 -v; but now i can't get past the "Still waiting for Root Device". I have set my Sata Controller Mode to AHCI, enabled Hot Plug, disabled Intel Rapid Start.

 

What Bios Settings do you have set, and what could my problem be?

 

Problem solved :)

 

TIA

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Hi, I can't get it to work, It's probably a simple mistake but I don't know. Here is what I did

On my SL VirtualBox hackintosh on another machine, I formatted my 8GB usb as Mac os x extended journaled with GUID partition table. I didn't see where to make sure it has a HFS+ partition so I assumed it did.

I then restored the OS X Base System to my USB. I think this changed it to Mac OS Extended.

I then copied packages from OS X Install ESD to the USB.   ***JUST REALISED I DIDNT DO THIS ONE, IS THAT THE SOURCE OF THE PROBLEM?***

Then I put mach_kernel from the attached files on the root of the usb.

I then installed chameleon to the USB, the latest one build ending in 54.

Then I made a folder in the root of the USB called Extra and put everything from the attachments that was suppost to go in there and I also put the Extra-Extensions stuff where it had to go.

Then I took out my USB put it in the computer and did all of the bios options on my UEFI bios, Then I changed the boot order to the non UEFI USB then the hard drive and rebooted.

All I saw was a flashing white line in the corner then windows booted.
What have I done wrong? I think the USB isnt bootable, how do I check this?

Can I force my system to boot to it so that it cant fall back on the HDD?

 

My motherboard is a gigabyte z87-hd3. CPU: i5-4670k and I want to use the integrated graphics.

 

Thanks guys.



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Hi guys,

 

I got Mavericks dp1 to boot properly, using the myHack beta 8 USB creator. However, I cannot get LAN and Audio to work. I have installed the kexts both manually and using Kext Utility 2 (I read that Kext Utility was listed as an incompatible recommended utility for 10.9 so I installed them manually first), but they didn't work, even when I tried booting using UseKernelCache=No. I did not install the DTST to make HD4600 work fully, but I don't think that's what's stopping the LAN and Audio kexts from working.

 

Mobo: Gigabyte Z87X-UD5H, CPU: i7-4770k, GPU: GTX 680

 

I have made sure Network Stack is disabled in the BIOS. I am not using the beta bios, I'm using the version that came with the mobo (F5)

 

Kexts in Extra/Extensions (all of which were bundled with myHack with the exception of the LAN kext): AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext, AppleIntelE1000e.kext (the LAN kext), ApplePS2Controller.kext, FakeSMC, lspcidrv.kext, NullCPUPowerManagement.kext, Patched_10.7_AppleRTC.kext

 

I am rather new to this, so simple answers would be appreciated   :D

 

Thank you! :)



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Hello all,

 

I have just recently built my first hackinotsh with the GA-Z87X-UD3H and Core i7-4770.  I have managed to install Mavericks DP1 using the guide, but I cannot get IGFX to work. I read up about injecting AAPL,ig-platform-id but am still confused about the process.  If someone could please help and elaborate on the process of obtaining a DSDT and injecting AAPL,ig-platform-id, it would be greatly appreciated (maybe a link to a good guide).  I am very new to this so sorry about sounding noobish.  :)

 

Hi guys,

 

I got Mavericks dp1 to boot properly, using the myHack beta 8 USB creator. However, I cannot get LAN and Audio to work. I have installed the kexts both manually and using Kext Utility 2 (I read that Kext Utility was listed as an incompatible recommended utility for 10.9 so I installed them manually first), but they didn't work, even when I tried booting using UseKernelCache=No. I did not install the DTST to make HD4600 work fully, but I don't think that's what's stopping the LAN and Audio kexts from working.

 

Mobo: Gigabyte Z87X-UD5H, CPU: i7-4770k, GPU: GTX 680

 

I have made sure Network Stack is disabled in the BIOS. I am not using the beta bios, I'm using the version that came with the mobo (F5)

 

Kexts in Extra/Extensions (all of which were bundled with myHack with the exception of the LAN kext): AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext, AppleIntelE1000e.kext (the LAN kext), ApplePS2Controller.kext, FakeSMC, lspcidrv.kext, NullCPUPowerManagement.kext, Patched_10.7_AppleRTC.kext

 

I am rather new to this, so simple answers would be appreciated   :D

 

Thank you! :)

 

For audio I used VoodooHDA.kext (See post #24) and for networking installing AppleIntelE1000e.kext worked ok for me, maybe deleting the KernelCache if you haven't already done so?  I used chmod -R 755 and chown root:wheel instead of a Kext Utility.  Hope this helps a little!

 

Thanks to everybody on this thread for all the useful information you have already provided!

 

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