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  2. Laptop: Asus UX430UQ i7 7500U (UX3430UQ-GV010T) RAM: 16GB LPDDR4 HDD: 1TB SSD M.2 Graphics: Intel HD 620 & GeForce 940MX Bootloader OC - Big Sur 11.0.1 I have some Problems 1. with sleep - just the screen stays black... 2. the keyboard light doesn´t work some one with this laptop and a solution? Send me Alex-HackBook-Pro-2.fritz.box.zip
  3. tonyx86

    Clover General discussion

    To emulate the behavior of a real Mac. I've usually found that emulating a real Mac is the best way to ensure optimal performance of a hack. My suggestion to add a CLOVER option "DeleteHPET" was only to emulate a real Mac. I didn't think it was unlike many other CLOVER options.
  4. Slice

    Clover General discussion

    And why do you want to delete it?
  5. Hi! I'm using iMac20,1 platform and Catalina works great... but I can't get to the installation screen at all. Thanks!
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  7. McSonite

    OpenCore and LVDS w/ Intel HD graphics 4600

    Simple question: When the connector is eDP and I'm patching a framebuffer: Which connector type am I supposed to use LVDS 02000000 or Display Port 00040000? I have followed https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Post-Install/gpu-patching/intel-patching/busid.html#mapping-the-video-ports, used FB 0x0D220003 and gone though all the possible iterations with the BusIDs always disabling two of them and I have been using connector type 02000000 i.e. 01010900 02000000 87000000 02000A00 00040000 87000000 03000800 00040000 11000000 01020900 02000000 87000000 02000A00 00040000 87000000 03000800 00040000 11000000 01030900 02000000 87000000 02000A00 00040000 87000000 03000800 00040000 11000000 etc. and 01000900 00040000 87000000 02010A00 02000000 87000000 03000800 00040000 11000000 01000900 00040000 87000000 02020A00 02000000 87000000 03000800 00040000 11000000 01000900 00040000 87000000 02030A00 02000000 87000000 03000800 00040000 11000000 etc. and same for the index 3. And also I have tested all iterations with flags being 0x8 (https://github.com/acidanthera/WhateverGreen/blob/master/Manual/IntelFramebuffer.bt) /* Normally set for LVDS displays (i.e. built-in displays) */ uint8_t CNConnectorAlwaysConnected :1; /* 0x8 */ i.e. 01010800 02000000 87000000 02000A00 00040000 87000000 03000800 00040000 11000000 01020800 02000000 87000000 02000A00 00040000 87000000 03000800 00040000 11000000 01030800 02000000 87000000 02000A00 00040000 87000000 03000800 00040000 11000000 etc. and same for indices 2 and 3 I still always get black screen on the built-in-display (SMBIOS is currently set to iMac14,1)
  8. tonyx86

    Clover General discussion

    Yes - I know. It will be present if your ACPI is not patched. It will also be present if you enable CLOVER's "FixHPET."
  9. Slice

    Clover General discussion

    I have HPET on my Skylake computer. And I see no problem with it.
  10. tonyx86

    Clover General discussion

    Ok - good to know. That means we shouldn't be "Fixing HPET" and forcing it to be enabled on newer architectures. I never knew that. Thanks for clarifying. FYI - not sure this matters, but if I don't actively disable HPET in my HackMini8,1 ACPI (analogous to Apple disabling HPET in the real Mac ACPI), HPET is enabled on my HackMini8,1. There is no HPET config in my hack's BIOS. The only way I see to disable HPET on my rig is with patched ACPI. Also note that Apple's real Mac ACPI enables HPET for other OSes. EDIT: for those who will quibble with my symantics, I understand that I am confusing "disable" with "delete" and "hide."
  11. Slice

    HWSensors3

    With these plugins you have to use FakeSMC and exclude VirtualSMC. About SMCHelper I will recommend to use it.
  12. Slice

    Clover General discussion

    No. It is hardware property. In the sense of macOS HPET needed for AppleIntelCPUPowerManagment.kext if used. It is not used on Ivy if xcpm used and all next CPUs.
  13. bonnieshona

    How to improve Mac Performance

    Your Mac comes with some programs to help you decide what to do. 1. Run Disk Utility (Applications > Utilities). Use it to repair permissions and verify the startup volume. If repairs are needed, follow Disk Utility's instructions. 2. Run Activity Monitor (Applications > Utilities). If you're using swap, then your computer needs more RAM. Adding RAM is usually the best thing you can do to boost your computer's speed. Getting a faster graphics card or adding RAM to your graphics card can also significantly improve speed. 3. Running DiskWarrior or Drive Genius to rebuild your startup volume can add a bit of speed. 4. Make sure your hard drive is no more than 75% full.
  14. Hello everyone. Does anybody use Intel Wifi/Bluetooth workaround on Big Sur here? I have Wi-Fi working somehow, at least, system is showing me the scan results. Heliport is not working for some reason, saying "itlwm is not running", but it's no different from Catalina. The problem is Bluetooth. I spent many hours trying to find out what the problem is and realised that the problem is actually USB. So, how can I make all USB ports work? I didn't have this problem on Catalina, Bluetooth was working, but now SSDT from that build is not doing any better. Maybe someone was successful running both BT and WiFi?
  15. ShroomKing

    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    Okay, figured. Thanks for confirming
  16. SIMONE280303

    NO AUDIO ON OS HIGH SIERRA (ALC 887)

    how can I do?
  17. Jief_Machak

    Clover General discussion

    I stumble upon this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7Sd8A6_fYU I found very interesting. The guy explain why C++ is a right choice, even for small/embedded non-OS project (Clover is not small, UEFI could be considered as an OS, but that's not the point). What's very interesting is why C programmer (no, no, I'm not thinking about the OpenCore team) are very reluctant to argument in favour of C++, even that one : C++ does everything (yes, literally everything) that C does and at least as efficient. Thanks again @Slice not having been reluctant !
  18. AlfredoM

    [Pre-Release] macOS Big Sur 11.1

    I was also surprised that this time Beta2 is fully deactivated despite csrconfig, but the update came anyway. But then only the full version came out, with approx. 12 GB, instead of only approx. 3.7 GB as with the @slice. With Beta1 I had to set csrconfig fully to activated, otherwise there was no update. Yes, it doesn't matter whether 3.7 GB or a full 12 GB come, the main thing is that there is an update at all. Otherwise the Beta2 absolutely error-free, as far as I could observe cdas with about 3 restarts after the update.
  19. trifero

    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    No VGA native in Mac Os X.
  20. Matgen84

    [Pre-Release] macOS Big Sur 11.1

    Thanks. I try with 0x00 with the same result
  21. tonyx86

    Clover General discussion

    The ACPI in newer Macs (I've checked iMacPro1,1, iMac18,3, iMac19,1 and MacMini8,1) disables HPET (see here). Should CLOVER have a "Disable HPET" option in the same way that it has a "Fix HPET" option?
  22. Update : No more kernel panic with SMBIOS MacPro 7.1 or iMac 19.2 but finder not responding by mouse and keyboard by the way all the cores are running and everything seems to work properly because it is possible to have control remotely by sharing screen with another mac ?
  23. MacKonsti

    HWSensors3

    Thank you from me too, @Slice for your contribution, I feel like this is an anniversary a year later after your previous release! Thanks again for your commitment. What is the minimum MacOS accepted for these kexts? Do we still need to load in Clover the SMCHelper.efi with this release? I ask because the choice was either VirtualSMC.efi for VirtualSMC and plugins or SMCHelper.efi for FakeSMC according to many guides. Thank you again! Stay safe.
  24. ShroomKing

    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    I recently tried hooking up the t420 to an older monitor I had laying around. (using VGA) But I wasn't able to get any output from it in Catalina, so I bought a DP-VGA adapter on ebay. While I wait for it to arrive I was wondering if there's something else I had to do to get VGA output People say it should work after waking from sleep or if VGA is plugged in before turning on the laptop but that doesn't seem to work, the monitor doesn't detect anything. Does VGA just not work at all in Catalina or am I missing something?
  25. Matgen84

    [Pre-Release] macOS Big Sur 11.1

    I use csractiveconfig=0x67 What setting do you recommend Please.
  26. Slice

    Clover General discussion

    AFAIK only Z390.
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