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  1. 👉 Rules Our goal is ensure that the forum remains a helpful & friendly place to learn about how to run Mac OS X on non-Apple hardware, and of course other general banter. We want you to be able to discuss anything and everything here, and to do so we ask that you check out these guidelines for forum use. Do not upload anywhere else files when developers specifically ask not to. We take this matter very seriously, as developers are the very heart of our community. No Flaming. This includes racism, threatening, personal attacks, victimization or hateful content. Re
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  2. Hi everyone This post is more concerning all our current and futur Just Joined members. Back in the days we had IPB v3.x.x software version, we implemented a quiz to prevent spammers from posting their articles. But since the last forum upgrade (to IPB v4.x), the quiz plugin needed to be completely recoded from scratch for Invision Community 4.x but never seen the light. As a result, it allowed all our Just Joined members to post and create new topics almost over the whole forum... including spammers. So to overcome the problem related to the absence of a quiz to counter spammers, I ju
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  3. Here is a discussion about my little tool : BootloaderChooser This is the solution if you : - are not sure on which file his EFI bios is booting - are annoyed because clover and oc efi has to be named CloverX64.efi and OpenCore.efi. Hence, you can't easily see the version - ares tired of renaming efi files to try different version (that's the consequences of the previous point). - find not great the need to have a bootable Clover/OC backup on a USB stick in case something goes wrong at update or config modification. - you also tired to often rename Clover f
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  4. We celebrate 10th anniversary of Clover project! http://web.archive.org/web/20140317061109/http://www.projectosx.com/forum/lofiversion/index.php/t2008-0.html
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  5. https://github.com/ic005k/PlistEDPlus New: Add aml, kext, efi files for OpenCore. The operation is very simple, take ACPI as an example: select Add under ACPI, drag and drop one or more aml files to the app window. Features include but are not limited to: * Lightweight and high performance * Automatic detection of OpenCore configuration files with corresponding operation prompts * Support multi-select operations (including copy, cut, delete, etc.) * Open source, cross-platform (currently supports win, mac, linux) * Humanized search function (a. Key
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  6. https://github.com/ic005k/QtOpenCoreConfig If you like to use Plist editor to complete the editing of configuration files, you can give it a try:PlistEDPlus OC auxiliary tools(OCAT or ocat for short) = Config.plist editor + Config.plist database + ... Note: All platforms have the same interface style Features include but are not limited to: * Write plist files with spaces for indentation to fit all editors or editing environments, such as the Shell editing environment * Powerful keyword search function, including retrieval of unseen dat
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  7. Latest Update: May 16th 2021: Added "Clover Configurator ACPI Section Explained" PDF and updated guide. Background: Since the Pre-Release of Clover r5123, OpenCore's Memory Fixes have been integrated completely into Clover in the form of OpenRuntime.efi, replacing the previously used AptioMemoryFixes. Since r5126 these are now obsolete and no longer supported, so an upgrade to r5126 or later is mandatory in order to be able to install and boot macOS Big Sur with Clover! Aim: This guide is for everyone trying to update to the latest Clover revision, so they can install a
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  8. Rev 5123->5125 Since rev5123 we make joined bootloader Clover+OpenCore. It started as Clover using Clover's GUI and ability to change settings and then started OpenCore to inject and patche kexts and start macOS. Starting Windows and other OSes is done by Clover's way. There are new section in config.plist named Quirks that collect setting for OpenCore but some setting is just delegated from Clover because it can change it on the fly. There is a correspondence of OpenCore and traditional Clover settings to easy migrate from OpenCore to new Clover. OpenCore
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  9. Useful information: macOSDeveloperBetaAccessUtility (thanks to gengik84) Black Screen on reboot -> use bootarg "-lilubetaall" (thanks to antuneddu) 'Til devs update WEG & Lilu, use -wegbeta boot arg to avoid KP on wake on SKL Laptops (thanks to Hervé)
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  10. Please read carefully the message from @vit9696, it is always an excellent source of information about the evolution of OpenCore and hackintosh in general. This time changes and improvements are a lot. OpenCanopy has been revamped with changes in any aspect related to the picker graphical interface. New icons have been added, labels have been improved, initial pointer position has been changed, keyboard and mouse behaviour have been improved, etc. It is almost a new driver due to the big amount of modifications. Other drivers as well have improvements, CrScreenshotDxe for example.
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  11. Dear forum dwellers and visitors, the team from CleverFiles is pleased to welcome you here. We've taken over this cozy Mac-devoted community space a couple weeks ago, and we are learning our ways around with the help of the friendly team of long-time admins and community supporters. First and foremost, we'll do our best to help the forums evolve and prosper. With some optimizations already under way, most of the sections you are all used to will live on. Expect a ton of new materials, FAQs and articles, product comparison and expert advice. You may have noticed the vast
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  12. Hello Everybody, I just wanted to update you lot about a few things. I have now moved away from Intel and im running a AMD build so I will no longer be able to delve deep into the inner workings of the Z390 platform so for this reason I am going to make my next EFI update my last. I will keep the threads open and continue supporting whenever I can but with the way things are now and the M1 Apple products out there it’s all abit pointless in my eyes. I want better gpu performance then my 5700xt has to offer and I’m sorry but for all the people thinking Big Navi will work one day with Big
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  13. macOSDeveloperBetaAccessUtility.dmg.zip
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  14. Hello everybody, here's Clover Suite Builder is now Menulet the evolution of what you were used to know as builme New Setup The main goal, and the way this new tool has been designed is to be of use for the largest possible Clover's users and that means Not Only those used to clone the repository and having buildme do the rest. Clover Suite Builder will provide support also for those not inclined or not familiar with Terminal. And essentially you can place it anywhere into you drive, it doesn't
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  15. @Slice @Jief_Machak verry proud and happy to announce that the Clover package is correct for macOS Big Sur 11 and works on all other macOS versions. There are no more Clover files installed on the Root disk, everything done in / Private / tmp No need for the java script package for the read / write disk anymore, I will remove it from the Distribution UEFI and ESP Legacy mode is fully functional, Backup Clover is done on the desktop. I give you the files that I have to modify to be done. File on Github ➤ Fix Package Clover any macOS
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  16. Please read the message from @vit9696 with the best summary you can read about what's new in OpenCore 0.7.1. This time we may think that we are facing a minor OpenCore update because we have to learn and modify an affordable number of features. Nothing comparable to June's update. However this is not entirely true. What happens is that the 0.7.0 update was huge, much more complex than usual. This 0.7.1 update may seem simple compared to the previous one but it does not stop having important changes: more than 60 builds have been released some bugs have been
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  17. OpenCanopy is a graphical user interface for OpenCore which is currently under development. To setup OpenCanopy 1 - See OpenCore documentation 2 - See Dortania GUI setup You should setup OpenCanopy using the source files from OCBinaryData to check all is working. These files will provide you a UI as close as possible to a real Mac by using Apple's own icons. Users wishing to deviate from Apple's boot icons for a more custom look, they're left with having to find their own icons from various places which can sometimes result in a not so consistent t
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  19. This is my first fully functional Ryzen Hackintosh after many many years of intel builds and when I say fully functional I mean just that. Everything is working bar SideCar of course as there's no IGPU and I'm using SMBios iMacPro1,1 but as for everything else goes like proper sleep, Wake, All iCloud functions, Handoff, AppleWatch Unlock etc etc all works beautifully. I have fully mapped out USB manually on all ports and there's no micro stutters or freezes or anything else strange that you can think of. A big huge Thank you too @Shaneee For he's amazing patches and help when I n
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  20. I updated DirectHW and pciutils-3.7.0 for macOS Big Sur. It has 4 PCI accessor methods: - default: darwin accessor, requires boot arg debug=0x144 & run as root. - intel-conf1: DirectHW accessor 1, requires root - intel-conf2: DirectHW accessor 2, requires root - dump: read from dump file * You can set these with the -A flag. DirectHW for macOS Big Sur repo: https://github.com/vampirecat35/DirectHW-BigSur pciutis-3.7.0 for macOS Big Sur repo: https://github.com/vampirecat35/pciutils-osx Flashrom-1.2 for macOS
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  21. The day has come boys......
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  22. https://github.com/ic005k/QtiASL Basic features include but are not limited to: * Automatically load the list of currently used SSDTs (under Windows and Mac) * Smooth and efficient editing environment, tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of lines of code can be edited very smoothly * grammar highlights * code automatic prompt * code folding * Show indent edit lines * Display case bracket matching * Multilingual support (currently supports Chinese and English) * you can freely define or select compilation parameters, and the c
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  23. A very custom DSDT for best experience under macOS. Removed all unused devices, injected all Apple devices, essentials, cosmetics, real improvements. -OpenCore Vanilla TUTORIAL- -USB Port Mapping TUTORIAL- -Bios/UEFI Settings- Serial Port = Disable CFG Lock = Disable -Thunderbolt Configuration- Security Level - No Security GPIO3 Force Pwr - Enabled -Hardware- Mobo - Ga Z490 Vision D https://tinyurl.com/y4gajha4 Processor - i7 or i9 10th Intel https://tinyurl.com/y6jls
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  24. Good Morning/Evening/Night for all (without quotes )... tomorrow its possible in Apple event release Big Sur...
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  25. Most of us have, probably, never met, yet we all build some kind of relationship in these forums. You will always be remembered artur_pt and I will always remember “good hack”.
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  26. for macOS Monterey i am working on a new version of TINU, the app has been migrated to swift 5, has native Apple Silicon support, new icons and improved graphics and of course I am testing it on the new os, it still isn't quite ready for release but the latest released beta version will work with the new OS release.
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  27. As always, it is highly recommended to read @vit9696 message. It is the best place to find out what is new and changed in the new version of OpenCore. This step from 0.6.8 to 0.6.9 brings quite a few changes and some of them are very important but they are not as many as in the step from 0.6.7 to 0.6.8. Some of the things that have been improved: AppleEvents and some of its keys compatibility with older systems OpenCanopy and the picker presentation OpenCore password decryption speed, especially on slow systems memory devices on MacPro7,1 SMBIOS.
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  28. OC Developers, I frequently review your github repo and each time I finish my review, I'm blown away by the volume of work and attention to configuration management. Just when I think your work load will diminish in a subsequent release, I see that your work load has actually increased, yet you relentlessly persist. Your work is impeccable. In addition to the challenge and reward of hacking my own rigs, the thing I will miss most when I switch to Apple silicon is watching you all work your magic. You have and continue to do an incredible job. Thank you!
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  29. Hey, look this matter! Some guys are going crazy about it. Some of them thinks that it's a secret Apple's project lol The source: https://videocardz.com/newz/amd-ryzen-9-5950x-overclocked-to-6-0-ghz-with-apple-imac-pro But, look something familiar to us at the Geekbench's result page:
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  30. macOS Big Sur 11 beta 10 (20A5395g)
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  32. Everyone : wait a little. Yes, my "opencore_integration" doesn't work (it sort of). Problems have been identified and I'm sorting out "side" problems after haveing made sure that BigSur can boot : previous macOs boot, windows boot. Maybe that setting (ProvideConsoleGop) will disappear, or move. We have to decide few things. All I did was an experiment. That means I didn't work on proper default values, or a proper name for Quirks in config.plist. Let us talk and I'll get back to you.
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  33. Hi guys. Just a heads up about the latest OC 0.6.1 and its new default security settings: the "Default" setting in config.plist/Misc/Security/SecureBootModel prevented booting of Big Sur Recovery (and Ubuntu 20.04) on my system ---> immediate reboots. Had to set this to "Disabled" before everything started working again... No such issues with 0.6.0.
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  34. I made a new driver for Realtek card readers, and I would like to invite people to join the beta testing. Please use this thread for general discussion and test reports. This driver is based on the Linux driver module `rtsx_pci/usb` which is contributed by engineers from Realtek and therefore is more mature than the FreeBSD/OpenBSD driver. But I wrote this driver from scratch instead of blindly copying the code from Linux to macOS, so there is no compatibility layer (and performance degradation introduced by the compatibility layer) at all. This driver support
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  35. I have put together this simple little guide for anybody wanting to use a Patched DSDT EFI with the same configuration as me. This is also a thread to discuss everything Z390 Pro and try and help where we can and maybe make things a little better for you. A huge massive thank you to @glasgood @MaLd0n @larabee These three guys have helped me and talked me so much and are as helpful as you could ever get, Without them I wouldn't have a perfect working build like I do or be putting up this Guide & Discussion Thread sharing the hard work and countless hours that we have all p
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  36. Over the past few days, I've been working on ECEnabler, with u/midi1996's help with testing. ECEnabler is a Lilu plugin which allows macOS to read any size of EC field, meaning that no more ACPI patches are needed to split EC fields up within ACPI. I got tired of trying to make a complicated automated ACPI battery patcher (like SSDTTime), especially when dealing with all different vendors. I eventually had the idea to try patching macOS instead, which turns out to be much easier. Hopefully this saves you guys a little time with not having to go through Rehabman's patching guide L
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  37. I don't understand why you want to hide warnings. Why would you want to keep problems in your config.plist ??? It's not a lot of work to clean. It's usually because of unknown keys, like "Ignore" in custom entries that never existed that I saw a lot. I called them warnings because Clover will "correct" and "ignore" this problems, but it is still problems. Just take 5 minutes and correct, and you won't need an ignore option. The day you'll immediately realise that your config plist modification doesn't work because of a misspelling, you'll be happy to get warning at C
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  38. A very custom DSDT for best experience under macOS. Removed all unused devices, injected all Apple devices, essentials, cosmetics, real improvements. -OpenCore Vanilla TUTORIAL- -USB Port Mapping TUTORIAL- -Bios/UEFI Settings- Serial Port = Disable CFG Lock = Disable -Hardware- Mobo - Ga Z490 Vision G Processor - i9 10th Intel GPU - RX 580, 590, VEGA 56, VEGA64, 5600XT, 5700XT or RADEON VII Cooler - CoolerMaster Masterliquid ML360R RGB NVME - Corsair
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  39. OpenCore 0.6.8 EFI Update (Big Sur 11.3 Ready), 5th April 2021 (Use With Bios Revision F12K or Newer) The EFIs and DSDTs have now been updated to the my latest versions. Changes made include, Lilu 1.5.2, AppleALC 1.5.9, WhateverGreen 1.4.9, VirtualSMC 1.2.2, OpenCore Updated to Revision 0.6.8 (Big Sur 11.3 Ready), OpenCanopy is Enabled as Standard, New OpenCanopy Icons, Mouse now working in OpenCanopy, Plus other minor tweaks and changes to all of the configs, OpenCore EFI Update v0.6.8 - 05/0
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  40. This week has been full on with work but I've managed to put together my first actual theme; BsxDark1_ It's clean and simple and based on the mockup image I posted last week, but with some changes/refinements. The .zip includes 12 different background files (each for a different resolution) and the required icns files for OpenCore/OpenCanopy v0.6.8. There are also extra icns for Linux installs if the user wishes to use them. See the included ReadMe for setup instructions. Available at: https://github.com/blackosx/BsxDark1_ Note: I think I've
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  41. I've continued to extend the Set3 icon range for the macOS drive images, this time with full out images in the icons.
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  42. Fixed version for Big Sur x86_64. Enjoy AnVMSR-BigSur.zip
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  43. [GUIDE] MSI MEG Z490I Unify ComponentsSingularity Computers WraithIntel i7 10700KMSI MEG Z490I Unify2x 32 GB 3200MHz Patriot Viper 4 Blackout RAMMSI RX 5700 XT Evoke OC1 TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMeApple Broadcom BCM94360CS2 Bluetooth/WifiSeasonic Focus SGX-650 Watt PSUCableMod Custom PSU Cable4x Noiseblocker B12-PS FansPrehistoryThis build came about through a cooperation with igorsLAB and was supposed to be something very special.mITX form factor, Z490 chipset, powerful, quiet and water-cooled,which in itself is not an easy thing to do if you assume a mITX build.When
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  44. New theme available for MacPro fan MacPro
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  45. I just found out about this. Artur_pt was a good friend. He was a good moderator on the forum, and on the chat. Back when InsanelyMac had a chat, from the simple AJAX type chat, moved over to IRC chat. Artur was always there to cheer us up. I must confess, at first I didn't understand his humour, but I later on picked it up. Whenever he encountered people who didn't want to work hard enough to get their machines to run MacOS, he often joked around with the most funniest jokes. Such as putting a MacBook in a computer case, and you'd get a hackintosh out of it. Having pe
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  46. Finally I can boot X99 Gaming G1 I just change SSDT-RTC0.aml SSDT-RTC0.aml I check Big Sur AirPortBrcmNIC.kext My wifi card is pci14e4,43b1 I patched via SSDT change device-id & compatible like this. SSDT-RP04-ARPT.aml I update XCPM patches 10.16 /11.0 Beta 10 (20A5395g) X99/X299
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  47. I've committed my first success to boot big sur installer with Clover. I basically integrate OpenCore as a library. Don't get too exited as we are far from the end. Devs, have a look at the method StartLoader11() in main.cpp. A lot of things are comment out (including ACPI patching). So not sure about the boot on real hardware. I currently use VMWare and can share the EFI folder. Because there is a lot of changes I've committed that in a git branch. In case we decided not to continue that way, it didn't modify the master branch. If we continue, I'll integrate in the master branc
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  48. sounds like a very easy way for new people. just paste a bunch of .aml preset and say to world "i have vanilla"
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  49. macOS Big Sur 11 beta 4 Run the macOS Developer Beta Access Utility to download the latest macOS beta. As new macOS betas become available you will receive a notification and can install them from the Software Update pane in System Preferences. Released August 4, 2020 Build 20A5343i
    11 points
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