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Intel G3258 ASRock B85 Motherboard Anniversary Edition

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Haven't seen these in one spot yet, so here's what you'll need if you have this combination of components (A relatively popular one as it used to be featured on logicalincrements.com, but not anymore)

For booting into Clover, you'll need the FakeCPUID 0x0306A0. There's no other real, non-complicated way around this. You'll also need the iMac 13,2 SMBIOS (Ivy Bridge Model).

 

Use XNU Power Management instead of AICPM, the boot flag for this is: -xcpm

 

You'll also need some kexts, so go ahead and put these in your EFI folder

 

Audio Chipset: Realtek ALC662 (VoodooHDA - Attached)
LAN Chipset: Realtek 8111GR  (RealtekRTL8111.kext - Attached)

NullCPUManagement.kext (Attached)

OsxAptioFix2Drv-64 (Should be installed when you install Clover)

 

BIOS on UEFI defaults, with CSM set to UEFI.

With all of this, you should get a working installation up in no time. The rest depends upon your GPU, etc. I went ahead and wrote this up in a couple of minutes just a quick reference, I'll probably add more to this though.
 

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I have a haswell g3258 cpu,  msi h81i Mainboard, 8gb ram, sandisk 120 ssd, nvidia gtx760.  Currently running sierra 10.12.6 successfully (xcpm power) with the Pikeralpha bootstrap patch (10.12.6) listed below and fakecpuid 0x0306A0. Changed config.plist for the HS 10.13 bootstrap patch as listed below to install released production version. I get kernel panic from applecpupowermangement immediatedly after reboot.  Does release version 10.13 require a new bootstrap patch other than the one listed below?

 

 

 

10.12~10.13

 

FakeCPUID

0x0306A0

 

cpuid_set_info_rdmsr © vit9696

b9a00100000f32

b9a001000031c0

10.12.x,10.13.x

 

xcpm_bootstrap - Ivy Bridge © Pike R. Alpha

83c3c483fb22

83c3c683fb22

10.12.5

 

xcpm_bootstrap - Ivy Bridge © Pike R. Alpha

8d43c483f822

8d43c683f822

10.12.6

 

xcpm_bootstrap - Ivy Bridge © Pike R. Alpha

89d804c43c22

89d804c63c22

10.13.x

 

if you have skylake pentium

xcpm_idle_wrmsr © Pike R. Alpha

b9e20000000f30

b9e20000009090

10.12.x,10.13.x



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I have a haswell g3258 cpu,  msi h81i Mainboard, 8gb ram, sandisk 120 ssd, nvidia gtx760.  Currently running sierra 10.12.6 successfully (xcpm power) with the Pikeralpha bootstrap patch (10.12.6) listed below and fakecpuid 0x0306A0. Changed config.plist for the HS 10.13 bootstrap patch as listed below to install released production version. I get kernel panic from applecpupowermangement immediatedly after reboot.  Does release version 10.13 require a new bootstrap patch other than the one listed below?

 

 

 

10.12~10.13

 

FakeCPUID

0x0306A0

 

cpuid_set_info_rdmsr © vit9696

b9a00100000f32

b9a001000031c0

10.12.x,10.13.x

 

xcpm_bootstrap - Ivy Bridge © Pike R. Alpha

83c3c483fb22

83c3c683fb22

10.12.5

 

xcpm_bootstrap - Ivy Bridge © Pike R. Alpha

8d43c483f822

8d43c683f822

10.12.6

 

xcpm_bootstrap - Ivy Bridge © Pike R. Alpha

89d804c43c22

89d804c63c22

10.13.x

 

if you have skylake pentium

xcpm_idle_wrmsr © Pike R. Alpha

b9e20000000f30

b9e20000009090

10.12.x,10.13.x

 

There's a rumor going around that 0x0306A0 is no longer supported/working in 10.13 - as to its validity, I don't know. I personally use it along with -xcpm and I managed to get everything working fine.  Our systems are different, albeit slightly, but the lack of a correct FakeCPUID or a missing NullCPUPowerManagement kext are the only things that have triggered that particular error on my system -  The general rule of thumb is that you shouldn't install or add a boot flag/patch/DSDT/SSDT/whatever, as long as you explicitly know what it is and why you need it. Using other users config files is a really easy way to break that rule, and therefore, your system, even if they have the exact same hardware, it should only be used as a reference, not a template.

But, I really can't speak authoritatively on it for you, as the system is different and I don't know all the details. Again, I've never had to mess around with bootstrap patches before with my G3258 & XCPM, AFAIK, even on Sierra. Have you attempted any clean installs? I recommend getting a hard drive that you can use a sandbox to test configurations/installations on before actually updating your main system, this is a whole new beast entirely when it comes to previous macOS releases.

If you'd like to talk in real time about the issue, I may be able to get you set up with someone who knows a bit more about those kinds of patches, read my signature for details.



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can you help me here:

 

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