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  1. Thinkcat

    El Capitan: Realtek ALC AppleHDA Audio

    I think this is the part in my config.plist it is referring to, but I can't find any problem: relevant-part-from-config.plist.txt Edit: I just noticed that, after failing to get sound in the way described, I used AppleALC and got sound. So if there are any signs of that in the plist, they are put there after the failure of the first attempt that I previously referred to.
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    El Capitan: Realtek ALC AppleHDA Audio

    Hello I have a Skylake i3 with a Gigabyte GA-H170N-WIFI motherboard and an ALC1150 codec. I tried the I. Realtek ALC AppleHDA Scripts method with audio_cloverALC-110.command.zip. This was the result. Am I good to go or what should I do? Do I need to send all my files per the problem reporting instructions in the first post? That thing will go on to at least 80000, after which I interrupted it. Last login: Sun Jun 12 19:13:32 on ttys001 Anthonys-iMac:~ thinkcat$ /Users/thinkcat/Downloads/hackintosh/audio_cloverALC-110_v1.0r10.command ; exit; Agreement The audio_cloverALC-110 script is for personal use only. Do not distribute the patch, any or all of the files or the resulting patched AppleHDA.kext for any reason without permission. The audio_cloverALC-110 script is provided as is and without any kind of warranty. File: audio_cloverALC-110.command_v1.0r10 Release Mode EFI partition is mounted System Integrity Protection status: enabled (Custom Configuration). Configuration: Apple Internal: disabled Kext Signing: disabled Filesystem Protections: disabled Debugging Restrictions: enabled DTrace Restrictions: enabled NVRAM Protections: enabled This is an unsupported configuration, likely to break in the future and leave your machine in an unknown state. OK to patch Confirm Realtek ALC1150 (y/n): y Clover Audio ID Injection (y/n): y Use Audio ID: 1 (y/n): y Download ALC1150 files ... % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed 100 23555 100 23555 0 0 25385 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 25409 Edit config.plist/Devices/Audio/Inject/1 Edit config.plist/SystemParameters/InjectKexts/YES Download kext patches % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed 100 1404 100 1404 0 0 3969 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 3977 Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:11 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:12 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:13 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:14 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:15 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:16 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:17 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:18 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:19 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:20 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:21 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:22 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:23 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:24 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:25 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:26 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:27 dict", Does Not Exist Print: Entry, ":KernelAndKextPatches:KextsToPatch:28 dict", Does Not Exist
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    Which FakeSMC?

    Hello I asked this same question earlier in relation to Yosemite. I got the impression that just any FakeSMC version will work. Is this really so and still true? What are the differences, if any? Some have support for HWsensors and some do not? Do I lose any stability if I use the FakeSMC with the most features? What is the idea behind many different versions of the same .kext? I wish some of the authors would give here a quick note about the differences in their version compared to others.
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    Which FakeSMC?

    Hello How many different branches are there of FakeSMC and which one of them is recommended for which purposes? I am only talking here about FakeSMC versions compatible with Yosemite. I think there is one you get as part of the HWsensors package from http://www.hwsensors.com/ but which one? There is RehabMan's version that is a fork of kozlek's at https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-fakesmc-kozlek/downloads Then there is one at TonyMac, a very small file with text "original by netkas, new branch by kozlek".
  5. Where did this take you? I am planning / dreaming / gathering info on building a dual Xeon hack pro with a Supermicro X8-something motherboard. It is not worth it if I can't be sure there is functioning ECC, and speedstep is much appreciated. Sleep I can also do without. But if the point is to get as close as possible to a real Tylersburg Mac Pro, I'd expect most if not all things to simply work.
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    Mufasa (Dual 6-Core Xeon Hackintosh)

    Would this take advantage of ECC memory? Since it is a dual Xeon mobo, I assume it basically could. But would anything else cause it to not work?
  7. Hello. Do these dual Xeon hack pros have functioning ECC and power saving, including speedstep and turbo frequencies? Because if they do, I'll be on the market for one. My dream machine would have maybe two 4-core chips or one 6-core chip. If a dream includes a budget, it is more likely to come true. I am dead set on ECC, also because the original Mac Pro has it. My aim is to do developing and run virtual machines. I plan to stay with ML for now, so cloning macpro5,1 is a safer bet than the upcoming macpro6,1.
  8. Hello I have an Asus P8C WS motherboard and a Xeon E3-1245v2. The motheboard has a C216 chipset. I have flashed a modified BIOS into it, installed Mountain Lion and messed with the beasts, so it reboots and shuts down nicely. I have three problems. Information has been scarce and I have heard many conflicting opinions. First is, the CPU and the chipset are supposed to be able to use ECC RAM. I have such RAM. System Information claims that ECC is in use. But I heard C216 is unsupported, and that it simply means that I have installed ECC memory, not that any error correction is being done. I also heard that only way to enable ECC is to have an X86 platform instead of ACPI (or AHCI). And only way to have X86 platform is to use some other sysdef than MacPro3,1 but I would not be able to do that with an unsupported chipset. The second problem is that I have speedstep and CPU power management, with 16 17 18 19 20 33 34 36 steps. I wonder if I am missing anything from between 20 and 33, and also the two fastest turbo steps, 37 and 38. The third problem is that the machine wakes immediately from sleep. But I assume that to remedy this I would need to edit a DSDT, and that would benefit me only if I could use another sysdef and another platform driver. How am I supposed to proceed? Should I just give up and go buy an i7 with a recommended Gigabyte motherboard? Are my sleep problems simply because of unsupported chipset? Is C216 that much different from, say, Z77? Some review said that they have much in common. Should I upload a fresh DSDT that I extracted using linux?
  9. I think I did the FTK method wrong at first. Now it seems like I succeeded. I tried former BIOS versions, but it only accepted 3xxx, so I never got to find out if the earlier versions would have changed anything. But now I think I don't need to. I don't have much time, so I have done some quick tries, but haven't been able to boot into login screen yet. But I will keep on trying. Edit: Was able to boot into the installed system. AFAIK there is no patched power management anywhere, so I guess the modified BIOS is there and works! I have loads of problems left to solve, but I know this thread is not the place for that.
  10. Hello I have Asus P8C WS, and have been out of luck. I have a couple of patched BIOS files, but every conceivable way to flash them runs into some kind of write protection called security check. I once thought that I succeeded, but then someone quickly informed me that I had only found a modified BIOS for that Windows piracy thing, and that I was back to square one. FTK runs into the write protection. P8C WS has some kind of "crashproof" flash feature, but seems like it's just the EZ-Flash part of the BIOS somehow protected from harm. There are no buttons next to any USB ports. I wonder if I should 1) install linux, 2) buy another mobo (with Xeon and ECC support, there are Supermicro X9SAE and Asrock C216 WS) or 3) just keep hoping that someone gets around the protection or 4) learn to program BIOS chips using custom hardware, 5) buy a known working motherboard with no ECC support. Funny that search for P8C WS gives no results. Nobody has wanted a machine with E3 Xeon and ECC before?
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    New features for Chameleon Preference Pane

    Any news? Crashed for me in ML 10.8.3.
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