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  1. 4 points
    Andrey1970

    OpenCore Discussion

    vit9696 already invented the logo concept, but I have no right to disclose a detail.
  2. 2 points
    Slice

    VoodooHDA 2.9.2

    Some users claim that using VoodooHDA they hear loud bump at system start and sound in system comes with noise. Although this can be repaired with existing drivers I propose a version that do this automatically. It started silently and have very clear output. The file is compiled as 32/64 and works from 10.6 up to 10.12. VoodooHDA.kext-289.zip The sources is in my signature. There is a VoodooHDA,prefPane compatible with Sierra VoodooHDA.prefPane-289.zip Now there is a version 2.9.0 by Zenith432. It can work with multichannel sound and play it on 5.1 analog system. VoodooHDA.kext-2.9.0d8.zip 27.04.2017 d10 - Fix issues involving AudioControls VoodooHDA.kext-2.9.0d10.zip 20.11.2018 Fix issue with scratch on slow CPU VoodooHDA.kext-291SSE.zip 04.05.2019 More checks for memory allocation. More clear sound anyway. VoodooHDA.kext-292.zip IOAudioFamily.kext.zip
  3. 2 points
    headkaze

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    Hackintool v2.4.1 Released - Chinese language update Hackintool v2.4.2 Released - Changed Framebuffer Info to Selected / Current Framebuffer Info for easier comparison
  4. 1 point
    Mc Jacej

    Hackintool v2.8.6

    thnx headkaze your tool is very useful,,
  5. 1 point
    iCanaro

    Nuova installazione

    WD mio prossimo acquisto... il 2TB appena cala un po' certo se dovesse risultare incompatibile, puoi restituirlo e cambiarlo con altro, ma mi sento abbastanza tranquillo, ho visto ad esempio che è stato aggiunto tra quelli supportati anche nella mia Z97, quindi pare molto compatibile anche con hardware meno recente
  6. 1 point
    tluck

    Lenovo ThinkPad T420 with UEFI Only

    @goodguess did you remove the HD3000 kexts before you tried to update to 10.14.4? -- take at look at the post about this. remove HD 3000 kexts update to 10.14.4 put 10.14.3 frames in place put HD 3000 kexts back in place. as far as a replacement - there seems to be plenty of options. i was really happy with T460 and will buy one for my son soon. @davidian the most recent zip on works with mojave, highsierra and sierra. i use the same Clover ( config and kexts) in the ESP to triple boot all 3 OS.
  7. 1 point
    PPCnostalgic

    workstation 2x x5650

    Sì, vale la pena. Ne ho già fatte due come quella del Link e vanno benissimo, molto potenti e affidabili.
  8. 1 point
    First of all to upgrade from original Apple NVMe SSD to M.2 NVMe SSD like Samsung 970 You will need to buy an adapter like this: You can use any M.2 NVMe SSD drive, but I would not offer you to choose any of them except Intel 760p 256GB/512GB/1TB. The reason is simple - everybody who faced with such upgrades know that after installing Samsung SSD, WD SSD or others you wil have problems with waking your Mac from sleep(it will reboot each time, or you will have to switch "deep sleep" off) and also you will have problems with reboot(on reboot it will show you folder with a question mark, so you will have to shut Mac down and switch it on again). With Intel 760p SSD's you won't have such problems. It is very easy to explain why - original Apple SSD takes 2.3A of current at peak load. At the same time Samsung SSD's and others take over 2.5A of current on peak load, but Macs logic board was developed to let this part consume 2.3A of current. This means that your Mac won't be able to feed these SSD's at peak loads. At the same time Intel 760p SSD takes only 1.3-1.4A of current at peak load. With it all Macs functions will work perfectly, won't give extra heat(as Samsung or others) and even save a little bit of energy when working on battery. Yes, Intel is a little bit slower than Samsung, but simple user won't be able to notice the difference in working speed. So my advice to all who upgrades from OEM SSD is to switch to Intel 760p. Update: This info is only for 2015 year. 2013-2014 probably will will have all mentioned problems even with Intel 760p because they had problems even on OEM SSD drives. From my upgrade practice only 1 of 3 Macs worked without problems. Can't tell why.
  9. 1 point
    apianti

    OpenCore Discussion

    Yeah, not even close to a rebranding of clover. Clover is monolithic, and a bunch of old projects (~2011) stitched together and made to work in UEFI. There should be a huge difference in performance in everything. Also, did you notice the part where I said because it is modular the GUI would not be a requirement? Some people want their machine to behave exactly like a mac would which means the ability for a GUI boot selector. EDIT: Also maybe some people just have an easier time with GUIs, it would make sense because why bother having a GUI and not just go back to DOS or UNIX?
  10. 1 point
    The flashing is still there even with OpenCore boorloader
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