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  1. Your macOS Install app seems incomplete (it should be around 5 Gb). Re-download it from the Mac App Store and make a new usb pen.
  2. Make sure you installed both AppleALC.kext and Lilu.kext and delete any realtekALC.kext and/or VoodooHDA.kext you may have installed in your system. Rebuild kernel cache using Kext Wizard or any kext management tool then reboot. As for the Mac App Store, check that your Ethernet connection is set as en0 (you can see this in System Profiler) : If not, delete all network interface in System Preferences > Network and also, delete this file : Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist Again, reboot then add your Eternet interface first.
  3. Try the attached files and report please. Archive.zip
  4. Hi Dear Polyzargone


                               (7th Gen)

    My Laptop   Acer Aspire ES1-572-321G

    Display         15.6 inches

    Cpu             Intel Core i3 7100U

    Gpu             Kaby Lake intel HD 620

    Ram             8-GB 2 Slot 2400 mhz


    I upload my ACPI tables, request you to fix my DSDT for Hackintosh


    My Files Attached


    Acer Aspire ES-15 ES1-572-321G Acpi.zip

  5. polyzargone

    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Should we rename it as CLOVERX64.efi or leave it as it?
  6. Thanks to both of you, that did the trick! I'm using a Maxwell GTX 750 Ti (GM107) so I just used another device-id (DE10BC0F actually) and HDMI audio was back! BTW, it also works fine in 10.13.5 DP1
  7. 1st. Unless I'm mistaken, you shouldn't need AppleIntelCPUM in config.plist nor NULLCPUPowerManagement.kext. Your CPU should have native support. Anyway, if it works then use one of them or both. 2nd. 'No signal' probably mean that SMBios is wrong. Optiplex series used to work with iMac10,1 but it looks like that those who have NVIDIA GPUs has this problem. I guess using iMac12,2 or possibly iMac14,2 will solve the issue. As for the missing Driver64UEFI folder, I'd say it's a recurrent mistake in every Optiplex 7xx/9xx I've seen so far since none of these models has a UEFI Bios. Therefore, the Drivers64UEFI folder is never used so it's not needed .
  8. @9000RPM Try this : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZAmSm81qXz4jG1K8sRVk1qmFCSXxk3_V
  9. You can't just copy the entire EFI partition, you also need to install Clover in Legacy mode (boot0af or boot0ss) on it. Then, you can replace - not merge - the installed CLOVER folder with your own CLOVER folder.
  10. Try this new DSDT.aml and set 15 in config.plist > Devices > Audio > Inject : DSDT.aml.zip
  11. Yeah, that's normal. You need to reinstall an original AppleHDA.kext since AppleALC.kext is now the preferred solution. It's native and overall quality is better than VoodooHDA.kext. It should also brings HDMI audio support for your NVIDIA card.
  12. Well, I made some edits in the DSDT but for the most part, I simply re-used some files that are available in another thread : https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/312656-guide-macos-sierra-1012-dell-optiplex-780-760-755-790-990/ But TBH, the whole Optilex Guide series is quite a mess so I personally use my own set of files that works perfect since Yosemite 10.10 with some minor adjustments. So what I did is basically adapt them to your rig and as expected, it worked. That said, I suspect that you didn't use the Working Optiplex 790 (990): 790_Clover.zip provided in the OP in the first place. I think you should have started from this point . Anyway, glad it worked for you !
  13. Try this CLOVER folder : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eNYz_vs1t9vH6ob05X_sO6emTeFFO-b6
  14. Remove CLOVER/themes folder if any.
  15. In the meantime, put this in EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched (rename existing DSDT.aml to DSDT2.aml if any) : DSDT.aml.zip