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  1. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    If I am to add support for AMD I would add nVidia support at the same time. If anyone has a working nVidia config please post your ioreg.txt here (run "ioreg -l >ioreg.txt" from Terminal).
  2. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    please run "ioreg -l >ioreg.txt" from Terminal and attach output here.
  3. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    Can you give a link or any extra info for others who may have a similar issue to you?
  4. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    @Allan @jamvybz and anyone else suffering from a black screen on boot please read the [GUIDE] General Framebuffer Patching Guide (HDMI Black Screen Problem). I haven't looked through it yet but it does appear to be helping some people.
  5. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    You could be right actually. Can you please download Hackintool v1.7.5 and try again? I've updated the instructions too so let me know if it's easier to follow. Is there anything else you think I should change or add?
  6. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    You might be right. If all of his 22 ports are on the one controller then it will be over the limit.
  7. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    You don't delete the ports that are green. I think that maybe your problem is with step 7. Note the "remove -uia_exclude_ss boot flag" part. Did you make sure to do that?
  8. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    The name change has been on the cards for a while. It's become more than just a framebuffer patching app as now it includes audio, USB and EDID patching. So I've had people say it should be renamed because it's confusing and others say I should break it up into different apps. The main reason why I wanted to keep it a single app is I'm too lazy to maintain 4 different ones. Anyway I personally like the name "Hackintool" and I think it suits this app well. I did try a few different icons but ended up going with the current one. I'll attach the other designs I was looking at.
  9. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    I just updated my Intel Framebuffer patching using WhateverGreen guide with a section called "Spoofing Intel CPU Gen". So I would try spoofing Kaby Lake with a 0x591E device-id, Intel HD Graphics 615 (Mobile) MacBook10,1. So you may need to add a lilucpu=9 boot flag to spoof Kaby Lake Intel CPU Gen and device-id=0x591E along with AAPL,ig-platform-id=0x591E0000 in your IGPU entry for Devices/Properties.
  10. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    If I had a dollar for every "black screen"... I replied to your cut/paste post on the "other forum"
  11. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    Can you post the USBPorts.kext here.
  12. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    Sounds more like the USBPorts.kext failed to load. Where did you have your USBInjectAll.kext installed? You should place it in the same location.
  13. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    You should only use one method of patching anyway. So you should choose between KextsToPatch or Devices / Properties (recommended).
  14. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    uia_include is correct but why are you adding all those ports? It's only supposed to be for the ports your mouse and keyboard are attached to.
  15. headkaze

    Hackintool v1.7.6

    Can you try the attached version.
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