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  1. 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:

  2. 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

  3. On 12/27/2019 at 11:02 AM, skorpione84mi said:

    hi, but where do I find these files for my motherboard? can anyone post them here kindly? thanks if i copy and paste through the finder it won't let me do it, how do i do it?

    I wanted to ask, is it possible then before clover instead of seeing those thousand written if you can see the apple directly? thank you

    For Audio:




    For mounting the ESP/EFI Partition:

    ESP Mounter Pro


    On 12/27/2019 at 11:02 AM, skorpione84mi said:

    I wanted to ask, is it possible then before clover instead of seeing those thousand written if you can see the apple directly? thank you

    I guess you are talking about verbose mode instead of seeing the Apple logo??

  4. 16 hours ago, bgrau said:

    Actually the tool he points to "hackintool" has the option to add the patches you refer to

      Reveal hidden contents

    So I added them to config.plist but no dice, no USB 3.0 -

    so I have no choice but do the extras suggested by the hackintool.

    Did just using the patches work for your mobo? as it does not work for mine.

    Yes my USB 3.0 ports work. I only use the patches and the USBInjectall.kext.

    Send me the config.plist that you are currently using. You can remove the serial number, MLB and other SBIOS related data I'll test it on my rig to see if that's the issue or not.

  5. 53 minutes ago, bgrau said:



    I used all patches for USB 10.14.x by PMHeart & saved it to config.plist - no USB 3.0 appeared, maybe I'm missing an extra setting? what Disable?

    Only use the patches in respect to the version of the macOS that you are using, for instance if you use 10.14.6 macOS Mojave use these patches:



    USB port limit patch #1 10.14.x modify by DalianSky(credit ydeng)

    USB port limit patch #2 10.14.x modify by DalianSky(credit PMHeart)

    USB Port limit patch #3 10.14.x modify by DalianSky(credits PMheart)

    USB Port limit patch #4 10.14.x modify by DalianSky(credits PMheart)


  6. 34 minutes ago, bgrau said:

    The SATA internal is formatted as GUID, maybe needs to be reformatted from within OS X, won't bother as too much work (got loads of data & OSes on it) so booting from USB from UEFI is fine.

    I suggest you reformat it with macOS's Disk Utility as GUID with Mac OS X Extended (Journaled) and do a clean instal of macOS


    36 minutes ago, bgrau said:

    The motherboard is faulty from Intel manufacture can only use two SATA ports (6GB/s) the 4GB/s do not work, so I use a PCI-E 2X Sata adapter for extra SATA ports, does the job, but no UEFI, no issue for me.

    Well if the PCIe expansion card works fine then it's cool. 3GB/s SATA sucks anyway.


    37 minutes ago, bgrau said:

    USB 3.0 stopped working since Sierra in fact, this is why I sill use Yosem with Enoch to access USB 3.0.

    If the USB 3.0 works with Chameleon/Enoch I'm positive that the issue is the USB Port Limit Patch because macOS wise a lot has changed from Yosemite to Sierra and later versions of macOS, as matter of fact as you can see in the patches list there is new patches for newer builds o macOS so give add them to the config.plist under the Kernel and Kext Patches.


    41 minutes ago, bgrau said:

    Thanks again, I will need to relearn all the good stuff of Chameleon/Enoch for Clover :)

    You're welcome, don't worry once you get the hang of it it will be much easier to troubleshoot the issues on clover, besides there's a great topic dedicated to Clover here at: 

    which can be helpful.


  7. 10 hours ago, bgrau said:

    also works for High Sierra but there are caveats (no ethernet with High Sierra, no USB 3.0 for both).

    You might need to use USB port limit patches for High Sierra and above. Use Clover Configurator to add the proper patches.

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    10 hours ago, bgrau said:

    I cannot access UEFI for the internal SATA disks so need to use USB 2.0.

    Make sure that the SATA disk that you are using is formatted as GUID and there is an EFI Partition present on the disk.


  8. 36 minutes ago, bgrau said:

    I use Enoch indeed...

    now for the great news - I could boot to High Sierra using your Clover on Acer W700 Hybrid Tablet to HDMI monitor, which I could not do, the best I had with Enoch was Sierra... I had to use my own DSDT I configured for Acer W700...

    So it is looking up, & I hope same will work with the Asus  P8H67-M LE with High Sierra too (might have to use the DSDT for it which I have) - will report soon.

    Your Clover is well configured, so cheers mate!

    Congrats man!


    Happy to help ;)

  9. 28 minutes ago, bgrau said:

    Thanks, I will try... so far Clover is very cryptic to me compared to Chameleon, sad they stopped Chameleon development, it was much easier to use.

    You're welcome,

    Chameleon is an old bootloader, you can use Enoch which is very similar to Chameleon but once you get the hang of clover it's pretty awesome and simple.

  10. @skorpione84mi

    Hi, you can either install them to /System/Library/Extensions or /Library/Extensions which you must repair permissions and rebuild the kext cache afterwards, but the best path is the /EFI/Clover/kexts/Other on the EFI Partition that you have clover installed.