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Alex Rish

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#2384513 [Guide] Sierra on mobos Serie 200 / KabyLake / DSDT

Posted by MaLd0n on 14 March 2017 - 11:50 PM

First...If you need DSDT edits for KabyLake or Skylake...-Post your full Clover folder with original tables in Origin folder(Extract with F4 in Clover boot screen)-Post Ioreg, extract with Ioreg Explorerhttp://www.insanelym...ttach_id=222606-Run it, post files generate in your desktophttp://www.insanelym...tach_id=222609  gathering.gif 3.56KB 26 downloadsInstallation --Create a bootable copy of macOS SierraCheck out the linkhttp://www.insanelym...sh-drive-maker/ --Install Clover UEFI mode in USB stickhttps://sourceforge....iles/Installer/ --Replace with my Clover folder to installer with FakeCPUID 0x0506E3 CLOVER Installation.zip 2MB 101 downloadsif u need, use VoodooTSCSync.kext*I have Core i7, if u have Core i5 or i3, you need edit VoodooTSCSync.kext with correct IOCPUNumber 02.png 200.87KB 29 downloadsThe native support is commin'! --Install Sierra and boot into system! yoji.gif 10.67KB 21 downloadsPost Installati...

#2200235 Manually install Clover in Windows

Posted by fusion71au on 25 December 2015 - 09:51 AM

Manually install Clover for UEFI booting and configure boot priority with EasyUEFI in Windows This tutorial will show how to manually install Clover in the EFI system partition of a pre-existing install of UEFI Windows.  In the process, you will also learn how to mount the EFI partition and add Clover as a UEFI boot option (using the EasyUEFI program) in Windows. Prerequisites 1.  CloverISO from Sourceforge. 2.  7-Zip for Windows 3.  EasyUEFI 4.  Existing UEFI install of Windows X64 (7,8,8.1 or 10)Obtain Clover 1.  Download the CloverISO.tar.lzma file from Sourceforge and open the file with 7-Zip.  01 Download CloverISO.tar.lzma and open with 7zip.png 32.94KB 289 downloads2.  Extract the Clover subfolder to your \Downloads with 7-Zip.  02 Extract Clover folder.png 39.85KB 262 downloads3.  Copy the Clover folder by right clicking on its icon in Windows File Explorer.  03 Copy Clover folder in File E...

#2353388 Tardis - Case fo the Kaby Lake

Posted by Brumbaer on 20 January 2017 - 01:51 PM

My newest Hack is a Kaby Lake. Regarding Hackintoshes that's a bit ahead of it's time. So I decided to use a time machine for a case.There are three well known time machines. The Time Machine from the 60s film "Time Machine"The DeLorean from "Back to the Future"The Tardis from "Doctor Who" The "Time Machine" is not really suited because of it's open frameThe DeLorean is not open framed, but it will have a lot of unused spaces, because they are just too small to cram some PC component in.The Tardis on the other hand is a high box with a square footprint - just perfect. The case was build keeping the best traditions of medieval artisan guilds firmly in mind using a CNC milling machine and a 3D printer. Materials are MDF, acrylic glas and resin, painted with spray paint and acrylic paint.   The computer is a i7-7700K at 5100MHz, a GTX980TI, 32GB of Memory and a total of 3TB SSD storage. Cooled by a Kraken X61. Mobo is a AsRock ITX. Those components de...

#2226501 Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

Posted by nguyenlc1993 on 24 March 2016 - 12:03 PM

Hello everyone,I read this thread entirely, and I think this is very interesting topic IMO. However, the knowledge about MLB is still incomplete, and for 17-digit MLB, the meanings of some digits are still unknown so I decided to do a little research by myself.When I was collecting serials from various iFixit guides, I found that even other Apple parts (heatsink, HDD, AirPort card, etc.) also had their serials similar to that of MLB. So I started wondering if Apple has a standard to create their serials for parts/components from suppliers, which means that we should also look into the serials of other parts/components instead of logic board serials only.So I collected serials of not only logic boards but also other Mac parts, and did some analyses on them. And here is my hypothesis about the pattern of these serials:PPPYWWDNNNNEEEECCWhere:PPP – The location of production, which is usually the same as the PPP part (first 3 digits) of system serial. The most common value for this comp...

#2188239 New Driver for Realtek RTL8111

Posted by Mieze on 14 November 2015 - 10:58 AM

Ok, next try. After comparing Realtek's latest source code with version 8.037.000, which has been the base for my driver during the last 2 years,  I modified the receiver configuration for some family members because this was one of the most important changes they made. Good luck! Mieze  Attached Files  RealtekRTL8111-V2.1.0d1.zip 3.54MB 396 downloads

#2014811 USB3.0 PCIe card for older motherboard

Posted by allenwkk on 24 April 2014 - 02:10 AM

have just bought and install well a cheap USB3.0 PCIe card for my ASUS P6TSE running 10.9.2 http://www.ebay.com....c99a7565&_uhb=1 driver can be obtained from http://www.lacie.com...er.htm?id=10239 work well so far.  
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