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About Paradoxxx_1337

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  1. BCM94532Z No Bluetooth

    Hello everyone, First of all I would like to thank everyone that makes all the Kexts and the guides I have been using to go this far. RehabMan, Toleda, etc you are all awesome. Without forgetting the staff and the people helping around in this community, you're just making it great and I cannot thank you enough. So first of all my config : MSI GE62 6QF : _i7 6700HQ _HD530 I wanted to use the embedded WiFi chipset (Intel AC 3165) but I found out that there is no support for Intel based chipset on Hackintosh. Too bad. So after checking around, I found out that I would need something based on the BCM94532Z chipset. Therefore, I bought a DW1560, which has the previously mentioned chipset. I got WiFi working, and 5Ghz aswell using FakePCIID, FakePCIID_Broadcom_WiFi, BrcmPatchRAM2, BrcmFirmwareData, all of these beeing inside the Kext folder of Clover's EFI. Thing is..No bluetooth. It just does not appear. I want to mention that I am not familiar with DSDT patches and all the more technical stuff that might be happening here, but I will try my best to give you all the informations you would need. Thanks in advance, Lucas
  2. HP Envy 17 6700HQ intel HD 530 partially working

    Oh wow, I finally got everything working properly but brightness. Is there anyway to force full brightness ?
  3. HP Envy 17 6700HQ intel HD 530 partially working

    You just used your config and which kext exactly ? I have issues here with low brightness, when moving the windows I cannot see qnyhing inside any longer, and no transparency. Could you please explain the steps in a more detailed way?
  4. HP Envy 17 6700HQ intel HD 530 partially working

    Is there anything that I missed, I cant get this to work properly, just throwing FakePCIID.kext and the injector into kext wizard isnt the only required step I guess ?
  5. HP Envy 17 6700HQ intel HD 530 partially working

    Hello guys, Jumping on the boat here, MSI GE 62 Apache Pro 6QF, Skylake i7 6700HQ, Intel HD 530 / GTX 970M, DDR4, Intel AC 3165 WiFi. Succesfully made it install and work more or less. I got sound thanks to Voodoo HDA, Ethernet, and that's it. I'd like to know if there's finally a fix for Intel HD 530 or if someone managed to get it to work without any issues ?
  6. [GUIDE] 1st Generation Intel HD Graphics QE/CI

    M'well even after injecting SMBios, no diff beside that I'm now running a mid 2010 17Inches MacBook Pro ahah. That'd be translated to Supported, as in the screenshot in OP .
  7. [GUIDE] 1st Generation Intel HD Graphics QE/CI

    Nope, going to try this right now ! Also, been able to run DVD App :
  8. [GUIDE] 1st Generation Intel HD Graphics QE/CI

    Thing is even when using an external USB DVD Player, the application keep telling me that there's no suitable DVD player..
  9. [GUIDE] 1st Generation Intel HD Graphics QE/CI

    Is this considered as normal? everything seems to be working, transparency and such, but the interface seems sluggish at some places..
  10. Any ideas?

    From what I'm seeing, I think the harddrive errors are irrelevant for the boot. Try to GraphicsEnabler=y, or =n incase you used =y. And if it still doesnt work, use your IGPU and remove your PCIE GPU if you have one.
  11. Mountain Lion + HD7990

    Hi there ! First of all, I really enjoyed the two quizz I had to pass to be able to write here, really funny and entertaining , Anyway, here's my configuration first : AsRock Z77 Performance i7 3770k @ 4,5Ghz. 2x GSkill 4Gb & 2x Corsair 4Gb for a Total of 16Gbytes of RAM. Samsung SSD 840 Pro 256G, Dual booting ML/Windows 7. And the main culprit.. HD 7990, which contains 2 TahitiXT... SO. First of All, I started using Mavericks with some distro I had found on the internet, but after reading the forums and posts, I tough it might be easier and better to use my own made stuff. Kinda. So I started with a clean 10.8.4 InstallESD.dmg, which i restored from my Mavericks Hackitosh, and used MyHack to install the whole thing on my 16Gb USB thumb drive. I booted, and installed Mountain Lion as usual, installed my kexts, my dsdt.aml, and everything works, beside... the HD7990. Which is, sort of, annoying, since to use Mountain Lion, I first, gotta go to the BIOS, change the primary graphic adapter to iGPU, then unplug my DVI, and plug it to my mobo, and then I'm able to use ML, as I'm doing right now. It's actaully beeing detected in the system information app. Sort of : But, for my gaming pleasure, and to not be obligated to swap the DVI and bios option, I'd LOVE to use the HD7990 on my ML installation as when I try to boot with it, it just hangs at the beginning, without going any further. I've found a really few amount of information on this, some guy said he succeed kinda, but it stopped working after he tried something else so.. Any more information on this? If i'd be able to use it, the one that'd give me the solution would have my eternal love. Which is a truly AMAZING accomplishment. PS : I'm french, excuse my english mistakes...