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  2. System: ASUS MAXIMUS XI HERO, i8700K, Sapphire AMD RX580 Pulse, 32GB RAM, booting from internal nvme SSD, Mojave 10.14.6 When I first built this Hackintosh and finally got Mojave running, it was flawless for a few days. At some time since then, I'm not sure exactly when or why, I became aware of an issue. When the system sleeps (whether automatically or manually) it all seems OK. It doesn't do sleep refusal or spontaneous waking as some other people have reported. It sleeps and hibernates and so on. And it wakes up OK on keyboard or mouse input. BUT... After it wakes up, for some reason 3 strange things are going on. 1) super laggy, mouse movement jerky, almost unusable 2) kernel_task getting 75 percent or more of the CPU forever and yet not much seems to be going on really (what's it doing?) 3) intermittent very brief blink-to-black events on main monitor -- apparently random When I reboot (which is pretty quick from SSD) everything is just fine again. So I've just been rebooting to recover from "broken mode". Reboot is pretty fast but login is kinda slow (waiting for all my start-at-login apps to finish launching) so it's rather annoying. I dual boot Win10 on this machine from a 2nd internal SSD, and Win10 has no problem sleeping, hibernating, waking. Definitely Mojave specific. HD Audio is working. All my USB ports appear to be working. All my USB input devices appear to be working, including joysticks, game controllers, keyboards, mice. All my internal storage devices are working (2 HDDs and 3 SSDs plus a DVD writer). External devices like thumbdrives, WD portable HDDs, WD portable SSDs, all work great. All three monitors appear to be working. Benchmarks look OK (for example, Unigine Heaven bench reports about the same GPU performance results even when the system is "crippled" after waking from sleep!) I've been feebly trying this and that, but don't really know what I'm doing :-) I got as far as a working Hack by blindly following TonyMacx86 recipes and doing a heckuva lot of googling when weird things happened. I am using USBInjectAll and the 4-part USB port limit patch (by DalianSky and PMHeart) and it seems to be working (see above). In fact everything seems to be working except this one odd glitch, that when I wake up from sleep something is clearly wrong. Haven't found any way to clear the problem other than reboot. I've been told that wake-from-sleep problems are often USB related, and I know I should really be figuring out how to do custom SSDTs... started to read ReHabMan's guide... but it is so darned incomprehensibly technical that I'm too intimidated even to try, for fear of really bollixing up my system. So if anyone else has seen this problem and has a clue, I'd be really grateful. I'm having such trouble getting Catalina to boot all the way (off a whole separate USB drive with its own recent version of Clover, distinct EFI, etc) that I may be stuck at Mojave for a while! And this is making Mojave life annoying. Kinda bugs me when Win10 is more stable than MacOS, something wrong with this picture :-)
  3. Tiem

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    No, there should not be doubled up ports. Read the above by Headkaze. No matter what code is used, some systems will generate duplicate entries. They have no value. PS: Your system doesn't look set up properly. You have way too many internal ports.
  4. Hi to everyone, after many attemps I can't get to the installation. So in addition to the black screen with the writing that flows I do not go. It hangs or restarts. Someone help me? I attach EFI file. . EFI.zip
  5. Today
  6. Download-Fritz

    Customized OpenCore with additional features

    @btwise Provide a vanilla(!) OC (without this GUI) folder with logs with the bug happening, preferably on the bugtracker: https://github.com/acidanthera/bugtracker/issues/737
  7. MacKonsti

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    Hi everyone, @headkaze thank you for your continuing efforts and contribution with your tool, it's greatly appreciated. A quick question, running Mojave 10.14.6 and latest Hackintool 3.2.1 after I read @telepati's message. On my Intel NUC8i7BEH2 there are double entries, as you can see. This is likely to be expected, correct? As the ports being shown twice likely serve to manage between USB3 and USB-C, correct? What's your take on that? (I did clear them up and refreshed the list) I am not using USBInjectAll or UIAC etc. Anyone else having a NUC? (to comment also on the 'unknown' reported) Thanks! P.S. As you can see, the text in "Connector" is cropped, perhaps consider making the row height a little bigger for some next release?
  8. Andrey1970

    Customized OpenCore with additional features

    Support of the voice assistant is present in official OpenCore. What do you want to do on another? BootChimeDxe.efi isn't required for OpenCore, Chime is implemented in OpenCore. Therefore isn't necessary this note.
  9. btwise

    Customized OpenCore with additional features

    @下载-Fritz@ndk,Yes, the password prompt has not been fixed!!
  10. Yesterday
  11. Hello everyone, I finally jumped camps from supporting the classic Mac Pro 1,1 and 2,1 (my 1,1 is now retired) and decided to build a Hackintosh Ryzentosh Here are my specs for reference... CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X Motherboard: Asus TUF GAMING X570-PLUS (WI-FI) RAM: Crucial Ballistix Elite BLE2K8G4D40BEEAK 4000 MHz, DDR4 32Gb (4 x 8GB) Graphics: MSI Radeon RX5700 XT Main drive: Corsair MP600 Force Series, 1 TB High-speed Gen 4 PCIe x4, NVMe M.2 SSD Cooler: CoolerMaster Master Liquid ML240L RGB AIO PSU: Seasonic Prime Ultra Silent 650W 80 Plus Platinum Modular Case: Lian-Li PC-O11 Air RGB - Black I choose to use OpenCore as my boot loader (at the time of writing version 0.5.5) I have the build happily running Mac OS X Catalina 10.15.3 (at the time of writing) I used the vanilla guides, most notably https://khronokernel-2.gitbook.io/opencore-vanilla-desktop-guide/amd-config.plist/amd-config Almost everything works with my EFI folder configured as: The ACPI > SSDT-EC.aml file is used handle the embedded controller device EC0 The Drivers are used by the UEFI pre-boot environment. FwRuntimeServices.efi is a key component for OpenCore The KEXTs: Lilu is an extension manager, it provides a common framework for other KEXTs - it should always be loaded first in the list (array) in the config.plist AppleALC gets audio working (layout id 1) AppleMCEReporterDisabler fixes a hang during the boot sequence RealtekRTL8111 enables the on-board gigabit Ethernet port VirtualSMC emulates the Apple specific info WhateverGreen provides video and audio across HDMI and Display Ports The Tools are there for convenience, but I don't load them in the config.plist What does not work: Sleep The on-board Intel WiFi controller - I intend to work on this when I get some spare time Parallels Desktop. I have version 14 but my pre-existing VMs crash on start up. (I've had some success with VitualBox). What does work: USB 3 USB 2 Bluetooth Mac OS X including iCloud and Handoff I'm super happy with my build.
  12. Please don’t post an Efi of yours and mark it like it’s one of mine. you have made many strange changes that are incorrect so I would be grateful if you could remove it please from your post. thank you
  13. @tonyx86 From the casing, it looks like we have the same model of modular bay drive. Though, based off what it says on the circuit board, you seem to have a slightly newer revision than I do. But I can't see any visual differences, other than that yours has a disk activity indicator LED soldered on while mine does not. If you want to disassemble the drive further, there are screws under the stickers on the side where you would insert the HDD (one on the white/black transition line under the cylinder in the top-left corner, one on the text under the book with the "i" in it in the bottom-left corner, and one on the left side of the cylinder in the bottom-right corner). The switch enables/disables the diags pin, whatever that means. The ON state is towards the laptop-size SATA connector; the OFF state is towards the full-size SATA connector. The state of the switch doesn't seem to have any effect my problem. I don't think a difference in SATA speed (SATA2 vs. SATA3) is part of the issue, as I believe the bay drive acts only as a passthrough between SATA port standards.
  14. Hello everyone, today I updated clover to v.5104 and added: - NTFS driver - USBInjectAll.kext - AirportBrcmFixup.kext - RTCMemoryFixup.kext Also updated for currenc macOS version: - IntelMausi.kext Right now all works correct, my problems resolved. Maybe useful to someone: HD630 Z390 Pro F12d EFI 260220.zip One moment: First minute after launch my graphics have some freezes, after that all is ok. Any ideas?
  15. telepati

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    @headkaze thank you, it looks like repeated USB entries have been fixed with the newest version.
  16. Hi. I use 1 screen 144 hz with DP, and one 60 hz hdmi. Like a lot of people on pc i have a problem during the boot. the system seems to give 144hz to the 60 screen 50 % time and the 60 screen start to blink. I tried to fix it with Switch screen x but it didnt work. if anyone have a solution.
  17. @codecowboy yes Catalina runs fine on this board. I'm currently running latest 10.15.3 I recently just switched bootloaders from Clover over to OpenCore, that wasn't beginner friendly though. But if you are interested I just followed this awesome guide here: https://khronokernel.github.io/Opencore-Vanilla-Desktop-Guide/
  18. Yeah same here, tried with the default oc + ndkbootpicker and was getting the password thing still, reverted to an older version from 2 days ago or so for now. Tried changing some stuff and checking the sample config but everything seemed to match so dunno.
  19. Tiem

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    @exquirentibus if you want to use the most modern one, use Sniki. They have merged the changes from ReddestDream. If you want to stick with the vanilla version that may be outdated depending on your hardware, use RehabMan's.
  20. Hervé

    hD3000 and glitches

    Have you no decency at all?
  21. Awesome Donkey

    Customized OpenCore with additional features

    I did a clean build of the latest upstream OpenCore commit, and the password thing still happens. Only thing I retained from the OC fork was my config.plist file, so I'm thinking it's probably cause by an option or a combination of options set in config.plist. When I get some time, I'll start turning options off to see if I can narrow down which option(s) seem to be causing it.
  22. Jief_Machak

    C++ proposition

    Have a look at my proposition for XImage. I use an XArray instead of manual allocation. I create a getPixel method and used it in Compose.
  23. As per title, after macOS go to sleep, manually or due to any other event - I can't wake it up. I used script written by `black.dragon74` to generate debug info, so maybe someone can help to figure out where to look\what to do. Any help is greatly appreciated. debug_31207.zip
  24. Jief_Machak

    C++ proposition

    I've added const.
  25. Slice

    Failing to update from v3423

    As I see nobody wants to answer "how to... tonymac...".
  26. exquirentibus

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    Which USBInjectAll is preferred? ReddestDream Sniki RehabMan
  27. Jief_Machak

    C++ proposition

    "error: passing 'const XImage' as 'this' argument discards qualifiers" so it should be that you're trying to call a method that is not declare const. To declare a const method, just add const after. Ex : void XIMage::toto() const { bla bla }; When you are in a const method, compiler will prevent you to modify yourself, which enforce the const mechanism. I love the const mechanism because it forces us to use a better design. Could be seems as annoying at first, but so good to be guaranteed that an object you send to a method won't be modified.
  28. vector sigma

    HWSensors3

    Fixed at github. Doesn't require kexts to be installed, so running the app and see cost nothing Good, anyway for different sensor projects I'll be glad to talk about it here
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