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acrilex

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  1. Hello, I am trying to install Sierra on my HP laptop with following specs: HP Pavilion 15-ab054ca: Intel Core i5-5200U 16GB DDR3L-1600 250GB Samsung 250 EVO (original was 1TB 5400rpm SATA) Intel HD 5500 RTL8723BE WiFi RTL8101/2/6E PCI Express Fast/Gigabit Ethernet When I boot from Clover EFI, I can select my OS X installation USB. However, even with the FakeSMC kext inside kexts/10.12 and kexts/Other, as soon as I select it and boot with "-v", it simply throws a black screen. I was previously on mavericks, was working well. However, when I replaced my HDD with a SSD because of crash, I lost my DSDT and my clover config. Anyone knows how to fix clover throwing to this black screen in verbose boot? Thanks, Acrilex
  2. DSDT compile warnings

    Hello, I want to verify one thing. Do you know if Grub2 DSDT patch function works with ntldr? I assumed so as it works with OS X and Linux, which means that it injects it so the OS is fooled into using it. If yes, the DSDT you provided me isn't correcting the error. I do see it is loaded into Linux, and I verified it by dissassembly, but I can't know if it worked for Windows nor OS X. Can someone take a look at it on Windows and OS X compliance side (I think a good work was done by artur_pt, thanks to him and start with his work if possible...)? Thanks, Acrilex
  3. DSDT compile warnings

    Thank you! I will confirm if your patch works tonight. Acrilex
  4. DSDT compile warnings

    Hello artur_pt, Those warnings are still importants, as I said they prevent booting any OS other than Linux (including OS X) because the ACPI standard isn't fully respected. Can you simply take a look at it? The actual important warning that sould be considered as an error is the PCI0 _CSR return statement missing. I am not experienced enough to fix it, but I really need the DSDT to be loaded in order to get XHCI, keyboard and mouse to work on my system, as all those requires DSDT patching. Can you simply take a look and add the return statement where it is needed? Thanks, Acrilex
  5. DSDT compile warnings

    Hello, As a short story, I am an enthusiast hackintosher, and just got a Chromebook (HP 11 G4). I am trying to install windows on it, but a blue screen points me to _CRS. I have not done any patching, but I just tried compiling the stock DSDT and it complains about... _CSR! I think that was a good idea to look at that place. Warning are attached and DSDT/ACPI tables are here: https://goo.gl/Bhh76S .Can someone help me by fixing and providing compiled and uncompiled DSDT for further patching? Thanks, acrilex
  6. Hello, I try to use a old desktop as a hackintosh, but when I boot the installer, I get a kernel panic, this is the error: panic(cpu 0 caller 0x5600f3): "Unable to find driver for this platform: \"ACPI\".\n"@/Users/-- NON-tonymacx86.com SUPPORTED BOOT n -/Builds/xnu-1504.9.26/iokit/Kernel/IOPlatformExpert.cpp:1393 I use the stock iATKOS S3 V2 installer, but my hdd is set to raid0 and not ahci. I tried AHCI and it changes nothing. Is there a way to fix that even if there aren't any dsdt for my motherboard? Thank You, Acrilex
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