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    SavageAUS got a reaction from Gigamaxx in [GUIDE] Gigabyte GA-Z370N-WIFI + i7 8700K + UHD 630 + Big Sur 11.0 DP1   
    What is the MaLdOn workaround?


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    What is the MaLdOn workaround?


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    SavageAUS got a reaction from BigSir in [pre-release] macOS Big Sur in VMWare   
    https://dortania.github.io/getting-started/


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    SavageAUS got a reaction from BigSir in [pre-release] macOS Big Sur in VMWare   
    https://dortania.github.io/getting-started/


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    SavageAUS got a reaction from PropoFlexWX4 in OpenCore Discussion   
    Great work on the 11 patches.
    Does this mean we should be able to get Big Sur running with OC now?


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    SavageAUS reacted to vit9696 in OpenCore Discussion   
    Initial set of patches for 11 is pushed to master.
     
    @btwise, that's Google domain, I strongly doubt it is down. Try calling your ISP support. If you think it is not your ISP, then ask Google or Tianocore. Our UDK is just a mirror of tianocore/edk2.
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from eSaF in OpenCore Discussion   
    We tried to help, tried to point in right direction. Can’t help everyone I guess.
     
     
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    SavageAUS reacted to eSaF in OpenCore Discussion   
    I really don't know what to say to you anymore apart from you're one step away from getting censored and banned from the site. Members has bent over backwards with constructive advice which you choose to ignore, Go to the red apple site they have plenty of posts (I have done the research for you) with exactly your specs and search for the answers you're looking for. Don't post derogatory messages in any language on the Thread - Read The Site Rules.
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from canyondust in OpenCore Discussion   
    Please stop trolling this thread with your unrelated questions.
    I think it is best you go open a thread in the appropriate section for you laptop.
    Good luck
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from canyondust in OpenCore Discussion   
    Please stop trolling this thread with your unrelated questions.
    I think it is best you go open a thread in the appropriate section for you laptop.
    Good luck
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from MacNB in OpenCore Discussion   
    I highly doubt you have read any guides.
    You DO NOT need all the drivers.
    You are using FakeSMC & VirtualSMC ?
    What's this for? hda-verb.dSYM?
    Most of your Tools are not needed
     

    Errr what?             <dict>                 <key>Comment</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC-USBX.aml</string>                 <key>Path</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC-USBX.aml</string>                 <key>Enabled</key>                 <true/>             </dict>             <dict>                 <key>Comment</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC.aml</string>                 <key>Path</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC.aml</string>                 <key>Enabled</key>                 <true/>             </dict>
    SSDT-HACK.aml & USBMap.kext <--- Pick one
    VoodooI2CELAN.kext & VoodooI2CSynaptics.kext <-- which is it? Elan or Synaptics?
     

      <key>SystemProductName</key>             <string>iMac14,1</string>
    A laptop? with iMac smbios? More suitable would be MacBookPro11,1
     
    I suggest highly you start from scratch but do not start unless you read this
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    at least twice or until you understand it all.
     
    Do not get picky on the little things like touch screen etc, just get the basics working first.
    Fresh Vanilla installation.
    Graphics.
    Audio.
    Network.
    USB.
    Etc.
     
    Noone is going to do the work for you, but we will try and point you in the right direction and help you when needed but you must understand the basics first.
    Peace
     
     
     
     
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from canyondust in OpenCore Discussion   
    Please stop trolling this thread with your unrelated questions.
    I think it is best you go open a thread in the appropriate section for you laptop.
    Good luck
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from MacNB in OpenCore Discussion   
    I highly doubt you have read any guides.
    You DO NOT need all the drivers.
    You are using FakeSMC & VirtualSMC ?
    What's this for? hda-verb.dSYM?
    Most of your Tools are not needed
     

    Errr what?             <dict>                 <key>Comment</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC-USBX.aml</string>                 <key>Path</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC-USBX.aml</string>                 <key>Enabled</key>                 <true/>             </dict>             <dict>                 <key>Comment</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC.aml</string>                 <key>Path</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC.aml</string>                 <key>Enabled</key>                 <true/>             </dict>
    SSDT-HACK.aml & USBMap.kext <--- Pick one
    VoodooI2CELAN.kext & VoodooI2CSynaptics.kext <-- which is it? Elan or Synaptics?
     

      <key>SystemProductName</key>             <string>iMac14,1</string>
    A laptop? with iMac smbios? More suitable would be MacBookPro11,1
     
    I suggest highly you start from scratch but do not start unless you read this
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    at least twice or until you understand it all.
     
    Do not get picky on the little things like touch screen etc, just get the basics working first.
    Fresh Vanilla installation.
    Graphics.
    Audio.
    Network.
    USB.
    Etc.
     
    Noone is going to do the work for you, but we will try and point you in the right direction and help you when needed but you must understand the basics first.
    Peace
     
     
     
     
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from MacNB in OpenCore Discussion   
    I highly doubt you have read any guides.
    You DO NOT need all the drivers.
    You are using FakeSMC & VirtualSMC ?
    What's this for? hda-verb.dSYM?
    Most of your Tools are not needed
     

    Errr what?             <dict>                 <key>Comment</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC-USBX.aml</string>                 <key>Path</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC-USBX.aml</string>                 <key>Enabled</key>                 <true/>             </dict>             <dict>                 <key>Comment</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC.aml</string>                 <key>Path</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC.aml</string>                 <key>Enabled</key>                 <true/>             </dict>
    SSDT-HACK.aml & USBMap.kext <--- Pick one
    VoodooI2CELAN.kext & VoodooI2CSynaptics.kext <-- which is it? Elan or Synaptics?
     

      <key>SystemProductName</key>             <string>iMac14,1</string>
    A laptop? with iMac smbios? More suitable would be MacBookPro11,1
     
    I suggest highly you start from scratch but do not start unless you read this
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    at least twice or until you understand it all.
     
    Do not get picky on the little things like touch screen etc, just get the basics working first.
    Fresh Vanilla installation.
    Graphics.
    Audio.
    Network.
    USB.
    Etc.
     
    Noone is going to do the work for you, but we will try and point you in the right direction and help you when needed but you must understand the basics first.
    Peace
     
     
     
     
  14. Like
    SavageAUS got a reaction from MacNB in OpenCore Discussion   
    I highly doubt you have read any guides.
    You DO NOT need all the drivers.
    You are using FakeSMC & VirtualSMC ?
    What's this for? hda-verb.dSYM?
    Most of your Tools are not needed
     

    Errr what?             <dict>                 <key>Comment</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC-USBX.aml</string>                 <key>Path</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC-USBX.aml</string>                 <key>Enabled</key>                 <true/>             </dict>             <dict>                 <key>Comment</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC.aml</string>                 <key>Path</key>                 <string>SSDT-EC.aml</string>                 <key>Enabled</key>                 <true/>             </dict>
    SSDT-HACK.aml & USBMap.kext <--- Pick one
    VoodooI2CELAN.kext & VoodooI2CSynaptics.kext <-- which is it? Elan or Synaptics?
     

      <key>SystemProductName</key>             <string>iMac14,1</string>
    A laptop? with iMac smbios? More suitable would be MacBookPro11,1
     
    I suggest highly you start from scratch but do not start unless you read this
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    https://dortania.github.io/vanilla-laptop-guide/OpenCore/config-laptop.plist/haswell.html
    at least twice or until you understand it all.
     
    Do not get picky on the little things like touch screen etc, just get the basics working first.
    Fresh Vanilla installation.
    Graphics.
    Audio.
    Network.
    USB.
    Etc.
     
    Noone is going to do the work for you, but we will try and point you in the right direction and help you when needed but you must understand the basics first.
    Peace
     
     
     
     
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    SavageAUS reacted to UefiBooter in OpenCore Discussion   
    Remember this is for advanced users, some just dont have the skills required, either stick to windows or buy a mac.
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from eSaF in OpenCore Discussion   
    What motherboard do you have? Every motherboard has a “Press X to enter bios” (X is an example but more examples are (escape key, F2, F10, F12 or even del (delete)).
    The best method is to look up your motherboard on google for example Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro WiFi and add the words “bios key” to it.
    Once you find which key you need power off your machine, power it back on and mash (press the key lots, don’t hold it down unless your manual says too) the key to enter your bios.
    Once in bios, find boot options and select the drive/partition opencore is on. Mine shows up as UEFI OS (insert drive name here).
     
     
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    SavageAUS reacted to gengik84 in [pre-release] macOS Catalina 10.15.6   
    beta 2 build 19G46c
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from Matgen84 in OpenCore Discussion   
    Success!
    DW1820A

     
    Kexts
    AirportBrcmFixup.kext
    BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext
    BrcmFirmwareData.kext
    BrcmPatchRAM3.kext
    For handoff i needed BT4LEContinuityFixup.kext
     
    2.4Ghz seems to be working flawlessly, unable to rest 5Ghz until i get home later today.
    5ghz works fine too.
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    SavageAUS reacted to 5T33Z0 in [Guide] Install macOS Sierra 10.12.5 on GA-Z170X-Gaming 5   
    Oh, of course I've seen that already. LOL. Great picks
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from Matgen84 in OpenCore Discussion   
    Success!
    DW1820A

     
    Kexts
    AirportBrcmFixup.kext
    BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext
    BrcmFirmwareData.kext
    BrcmPatchRAM3.kext
    For handoff i needed BT4LEContinuityFixup.kext
     
    2.4Ghz seems to be working flawlessly, unable to rest 5Ghz until i get home later today.
    5ghz works fine too.
  21. Like
    SavageAUS got a reaction from eSaF in OpenCore Discussion   
    Next success!!!!!
    After many days / hours of troubleshooting, testing and rebooting i finally have my 3 operating systems booting with OC; macOS, Windows 10 and Arch Linux.
    This is my coffee lake 9th gen laptop config.
    config.plist
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    SavageAUS got a reaction from eSaF in OpenCore Discussion   
    Next success!!!!!
    After many days / hours of troubleshooting, testing and rebooting i finally have my 3 operating systems booting with OC; macOS, Windows 10 and Arch Linux.
    This is my coffee lake 9th gen laptop config.
    config.plist
  23. Like
    SavageAUS got a reaction from eSaF in OpenCore Discussion   
    Next success!!!!!
    After many days / hours of troubleshooting, testing and rebooting i finally have my 3 operating systems booting with OC; macOS, Windows 10 and Arch Linux.
    This is my coffee lake 9th gen laptop config.
    config.plist
  24. Like
    SavageAUS got a reaction from Matgen84 in OpenCore Discussion   
    Success!
    DW1820A

     
    Kexts
    AirportBrcmFixup.kext
    BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext
    BrcmFirmwareData.kext
    BrcmPatchRAM3.kext
    For handoff i needed BT4LEContinuityFixup.kext
     
    2.4Ghz seems to be working flawlessly, unable to rest 5Ghz until i get home later today.
    5ghz works fine too.
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    SavageAUS reacted to 5T33Z0 in [Guide] Install macOS Sierra 10.12.5 on GA-Z170X-Gaming 5   
    That's great news! I am waiting unti july, since a new AMD Ryzen Variant (XT) is supposed to drop until I finally decide if I make the move to AMD. But good to see that someone who actually knows what he is doing creating an AMD Build!
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