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Props Guys! Works great!

 

One question anyone using VMware Fusion or Parallels?  Both products on my gigabyte X99 OS X 10.10 run VM's really slow!  Cant even install windows.  I am assuming it is due to the kernel patch. Also assuming there won't be a fix till Apple Native CPU support. Looking for ideas or suggestions.



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Props Guys! Works great!

 

One question anyone using VMware Fusion or Parallels?  Both products on my gigabyte X99 OS X 10.10 run VM's really slow!  Cant even install windows.  I am assuming it is due to the kernel patch. Also assuming there won't be a fix till Apple Native CPU support. Looking for ideas or suggestions.

 

Does Vmware ESXI run on our platform?



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Props Guys! Works great!

 

One question anyone using VMware Fusion or Parallels?  Both products on my gigabyte X99 OS X 10.10 run VM's really slow!  Cant even install windows.  I am assuming it is due to the kernel patch. Also assuming there won't be a fix till Apple Native CPU support. Looking for ideas or suggestions.

verifies that you have the virtualization on in your BIOS



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I got Yosemite installed but whenever I try logging in i get this

 

http://www.insanelym...sword-to-login/

 

Any help guys. 



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Maybe your installation is corrupt.



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I got Yosemite installed but whenever I try logging in i get this

 

http://www.insanelym...sword-to-login/

 

Any help guys. 

 

god you succeded on asus MB?! but with wish cpu ?



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I solved the issue, left the details in the other thread. 

 

 


god you succeded on asus MB?! but with wish cpu ?

nah I got a ga-x99-ud4. 


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verifies that you have the virtualization on in your BIOS

 

I have done this.  Tried with VT-d enabled and disabled no difference.  Best I can assume is the patched kernel to run haswell code on hassle-e is the cause.  



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I have done this.  Tried with VT-d enabled and disabled no difference.  Best I can assume is the patched kernel to run haswell code on hassle-e is the cause.  

 

do exactly what this guy says except cpus=1; don't add voodoo or any other extension during the install.



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do exactly what this guy says except cpus=1; don't add voodoo or any other extension during the install.

 

I'm not sure you understand my problem.  I have a perfectly running X99 5930k Yosemite install.  I do dev work.  I need to run windows using either parallels or vmware fusion.  Both run the VM so slow that I cannot get windows to finish installing.  On my X79 system everything works great. I am just looking for confirmation that its the patched kernel that is causing the slow VM performance. Does anyone here have a X99 with either parallels or fusion running properly?



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Can't get Clover to run 10.10 on my UD4, whatever i do it's always waiting for root device. :(

 

With Chameleon it doesn't happen, but it requires booting from MBR...



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we are working on the clover problems



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I'm not sure you understand my problem.  I have a perfectly running X99 5930k Yosemite install.  I do dev work.  I need to run windows using either parallels or vmware fusion.  Both run the VM so slow that I cannot get windows to finish installing.  On my X79 system everything works great. I am just looking for confirmation that its the patched kernel that is causing the slow VM performance. Does anyone here have a X99 with either parallels or fusion running properly?

My bad. I was up all night working on my install.

 

Have you tried installing Vmware ESXi? : http://www.vmware.co...d-esx/overview 



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My bad. I was up all night working on my install.

 

Have you tried installing Vmware ESXi? : http://www.vmware.co...d-esx/overview 

 

I use ESXi 5.5 for our infrastructure.  I like OSX as my main workstation OS.  I prefer it over windows or any of the *nix's.  I do however have some applications and Dev work that cannot be avoided in Windows.  I love the unity/coherence features of fusion/parallels.  They work great with my triple monitor workstation and I can work seamlessly between all the OSes I need.  My X79 workstation was flawless and I'm almost regretting upgrading but such is life and I know the X99 will get there in time; its the price one pays for cutting edge!



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I know this isn't ideal for you, but have you tried VirtualBox or Parallels? 

 

I would ask if you have the settings in VMware correct, but I'm assuming since you use ESXi you know what you're doing. I'm surprised a kernel patch would make it laggy, that doesn't make too much sense to me. I wonder if it's actually a BIOS/UEFI issue or something.



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we are working on the clover problems

 

Yep and its been fun so far... 



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we are working on the clover problems

What's the problem with Clover exactly?

Why some people manage to install with Clover and others get stuck on "waiting for root device", on the same hatdware? it doesn't makes any sense.

 

Yep and its been fun so far... 

Your installation method is irrelevant for many people, as long as you don't post any info about the edits you did to those SSDT's.

Also, i tried your method with 10.9.5 and pretty much disappointed, because i've got much better results by editing my DSDT myself.



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I know this isn't ideal for you, but have you tried VirtualBox or Parallels? 

 

I would ask if you have the settings in VMware correct, but I'm assuming since you use ESXi you know what you're doing. I'm surprised a kernel patch would make it laggy, that doesn't make too much sense to me. I wonder if it's actually a BIOS/UEFI issue or something.

 

Parallels is the same behavior. Virtualbox is a little better and is usable but not my preferred hypervisor.



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god you succeded on asus MB?! but with wish cpu ?

 

Hi samtimbaud, I made topic for us here: http://www.insanelym...e-and-yosemite/



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What's the problem with Clover exactly?

Why some people manage to install with Clover and others get stuck on "waiting for root device", on the same hatdware? it doesn't makes any sense.

 

Your installation method is irrelevant for many people, as long as you don't post any info about the edits you did to those SSDT's.

Also, i tried your method with 10.9.5 and pretty much disappointed, because i've got much better results by editing my DSDT myself.

 

SSDT does the same thing patch DSDT will do without being tied to the BIOS version. Editing your own DSDT has no benefit. 

 

Also I am working on getting Clover to work with x99 and since I don't plan to support Cham under 10.10 that would be contradictory now wouldn't? 

 

To answer your question about the issues with Clover its a Mem Map issue. 







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