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  1. 1 hour ago, Grotto said:

    I came up with a problem. I already have Mac Pro which I use for 3d modeling, texturing, etc. 
    The thing that now I was faced that I have to work with 3d scanner. Though The scanner has a software for Mac Os but it's only beta. It also seems that I will also need Geomagic Freform or something very similar. I am not sure what would be the best decision, find alternative software (which?). I cannot find alternative scanner, it was not my choice, or use Boot Camp to run windows on my Mac. I' more or less lean to the second option, but i've never tried it and I am not sure about stability. However this will let me to use the full functioning software fro the scanner, not this beta one.. 
    At this moment i'm not considering the option to buy separate PC specially for this scanning needs, as I am pretty happy with my Mac, and 2nd machine seeems like a waste of money. 

    Using bootcamp is the easier and it's pretty stable, but if you're a Mac user (which seems that you are) might cause some problems for you if you're not familiar with windows. My question is how often do you need to use the Scanner and the app? is it gonna be a lot or is it on occasions?

  2. Hi guys,

    at first try I got stuck at boot and I wasn't even able to toot back into Mojave because I used the same EFI Partition for both OSes so after rebooting several times with -x and -s flags (see the update) I was able to boot back into macOS Mojave and then I rebooted with OpenCore from another portion which Catalina was installed and é Viola!

    Screen Shot 2020-03-19 at 3.44.23 PM.png


    Now I'm trying to install it on my old IvyBridge and see if the same thing happens.




    Sadly Clover is a no go :(

    But I have found the way out of the situation which i wasn't able to boot into macOS Mojave

    I boot from Clover and on the target volume I press the space bar and select -v and then scrolled up to the option which says "Boot macOS with injected kexts" and then the boot process starts.

    I hope you find it useful if you got stuck in the same situation as I did.

  3. 20 minutes ago, Sherlocks said:

    i'm finished latest clover build.

    but i'm always getting black screen after enter mac disk.

    i'm using buildme with xcode8 option and xcode 11 beta.

    is it right? in last official release(https://github.com/CloverHackyColor/CloverBootloader/releases), there is no problem.

    I just tested the r5104 and booted into Mojave with no issue. Let me see if the same this is true on Catalina as well.



    It's also working on Catalina 10.15.4 Beta (19E224g) too.

  4. Apple to Launch Arm-Powered MacBook in the next 18 Months


    Apple is currently designing a custom series of CPUs, for its Macbook laptop lineup, based on the Arm Instruction Set Architecture. Having designed some of the most powerful mobile processors that are inside the iPhone series of devices, Apple is preparing to make a jump to an even more powerful device lineup by bringing custom CPUs for MacBook. Tired of the speed by which Intel replaces and upgrades its Core lineup of CPUs, Apple decided to take the matter in its own hands and rumors about the switch to a custom solution have been going on for a while. However, we now have some information about when to expect the first wave of Arm-powered Macs.

    According to the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is a well-known insider in the Apple industry, we can expect the first wave of the Arm-powered Macbook in the next 18 months, precisely in the first half of 2021. Supposedly, the first chips for these new Macs are going to be manufactured on a 5 nm manufacturing process, possibly over at TSMC since Apple had a long-lasting history of manufacturing its chips at TSMC foundries. In the meantime, we can expect to see Apple providing developers with tools to transition their x86-64 software to the new Arm ISA. Without a software ecosystem, the hardware platform is essentially worthless. And Apple knows this. We will see how they plan to play it and will report as soon as there is more information.


    Source: TechPowerUp.com

  5. Just now, telepati said:

    WOW! I just thought you today. are you ok or not? I didn't see you for a long time and I wonder everything is ok with you. It is good to hear your voice. Welcome back. :thumbsup_anim:

    Thanks man, Yeah I'm ok and I was lurking in the shadows most of the times but wasn't posing much :D

    Everything is alright and thanks for asking ;)

  6. 19 hours ago, arsradu said:

    Yeah man! I think this is it. I think is for real. I could not be happier! This has bothered me since forever!!! And now it looks like it's finally fixed.

    What OS version are you currently on? You could try the Beta on a separate partition, if you want. :) But yeah... I cannot believe it!

    I confirm that there is no flashing on my end either. :thumbsup_anim:

  7. 1 hour ago, bgrau said:

    According to RehabMan usb 3.0 renesas cannot be fixed for hackintosh, though I find it odd, & encouraging that hackintool registers the ports speeds as 5 GB/s.

    I am now researching how to modify the DSDT to get USB 3.0 to appear in Apple System Profiler as per these links:

    but I am not in a hurry, am pausing as I have health issues to deal with :(

    I hope you feel better soon :worried_anim:


    I don't think that the USB 3.0 chipset isn't Renesas because if it was it wouldn't have worked at all. Mine is intel and it must be the same on your mainboard as well.

    You can run Hackintool and under PCI it will list all the devices and check the vendor ID of the USB chipset if it's 0x8086 then definitely it's intel otherwise we need to lookup and see what vendor is that.



    Please don't make links to TonyMac site, we don't support them an dit's against forum's rules to link to them or discuss their methods. Thanks