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  1. thedubiousdubber

    GA-Z77X-UD5H Ozmosis Guide

    Ozmosis can load Kexts from the oz folder on your efi partition. That way any necessary Kexts that don't fit directly in bios will load and will survive all updates
  2. thedubiousdubber

    GA-Z77X-UD5H Ozmosis Guide

    @marson I had a similar issue with Ozmosis not loading my Kexts from the is folder in efi. I ended up putting Kexts directly in S/L/E and it worked.
  3. thedubiousdubber

    Ozmosis

    CSM is disabled. Using UEFI boot for both OS's. Will try disconnecting everything to ensure booting from OS X drive and report back. Thanks.
  4. thedubiousdubber

    Ozmosis

    I already had previously selected startup disk and it is working properly. It always boots to OS X unless I hold F12 to boot to Windows. I'm not too concerned about that, and I can always install rEFInd if I want boot manager. My issue is that I'd rather fix the issue of Ozmosis not loading things properly, rather than find a workaround. Pavo suggested disconnecting the Windows drive, but even if that fixes the issue, I'm not sure how that helps, unless that is a way of narrowing down possible causes.
  5. thedubiousdubber

    Handsoff & AirDrop

    There is more detail in the MLB thread, but cloning does work, and it may have failed at one point for some, but not all. It can also be dangerous as some pointed out that the Mac they cloned values from were no longer working. There was also a theory that rom and mlb are being tagged to UUID now, so the second device that tries loggin on with same MLB/ROM would fail authorization. If anyone does get their iMessages working on their hack, with the amount of changes and checks that Apple is putting in place, it likely won't work for long.
  6. thedubiousdubber

    Ozmosis

    I'm at work right now so I can't try anything at the moment, but if that is the issue, what can be done about it? I can't disconnect my Windows drive every time I want to boot into OS X. Would this require a re-installation of Windows or something?
  7. thedubiousdubber

    (Guide) Insert Ozmosis into UEFI BIOS

    Do you happen to have an example defaults.plist for MacPro3,1? Using the iMac14,2 plist supplied I'm not sure what needs to change and what is okay to leave.
  8. thedubiousdubber

    Ozmosis

    I definitely wasn't reading labels wrong but I switched cables and booted. After doing so i ran diskutil list in terminal and showed windows as disk0 still. I switched back to original and now the mac ssd is correctly identified as disk0. Despite this the defaults.plist in the Oz folder is still not loading. It did not load after I switched cables or after I switched them back. Not sure what is going on but Oz is not loading things properly.
  9. thedubiousdubber

    Handsoff & AirDrop

    This ^ From my understanding there is no way to get iMessage up and working without it failing soon after unless you clone the ROM & MLB from a real Mac.
  10. thedubiousdubber

    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    From what I've read, some of which was explained by a former AppleCare Helpcenter employee. When trying to resolve the customer code error you must explain that you have a problem with your Apple ID and proceed from there. The former employee explained that them asking for your serial# is a way of tracking the issue/call. If you present it as an Apple ID problem, they in turn ask you for that and use that to track the issue/call. Maybe this isn't the case with everyone and maybe this has changed, but it is worth a try.
  11. thedubiousdubber

    Ozmosis

    Okay so it's as I suspected. Any way to change this? My Mac SSD is connected to SATA0 port and Windows SSD is connected to SATA1. I even set up the mac partition first, so not sure why this happened. I can copy this over to the windows efi, but for the sake of cleanliness, is there any way to change these two around to make the mac SSD disk0?
  12. thedubiousdubber

    Ozmosis

    I had posted previously about my ethernet kext not loading. I am using a known working version in the Oz/Darwin/Common/Extensions or whatever it is and it still wasn't loading, so I put it directly in S/L/E and forgot about it. I recently tried putting my default.plist in the Oz folder prior to clearing the PRAM to fix the multiple shell bug. Turns out the default.plist isn't loading either. Anybody have any idea what is going on? Not sure why nothing is loading. I noticed that my windows ssd is now showing up as disk0 and the mac ssd is showing as disk1. the efi partition is on the mac ssd so the efi partition is disk1s1 I believe. Could this be a part of the problem? If so, how do I change which is which.
  13. thedubiousdubber

    Handsoff & AirDrop

    Any update? Sorry this happened to you, but as far as I know this should be plug and play. For me it worked OOB with the exception of my Windows partition, which required a driver for bluetooth.
  14. thedubiousdubber

    Pattern of MLB (Main Logic Board)

    It seems there are still a lot of unknowns around here, but hopefully someone can help me out. From what I gather, you no longer need just rom and mlb, but also need matching smUUID? Or at least it needs to be the only smUUID (or hardware UUID? still unclear about which is which) that is registered to the rom and mlb being used. I have an iMac that is not being used for anything other than web surfing and a few applications. iMessages, Facetime, iCloud, etc. are not being used at all. I'm interested to try to clone these values to get my hack working, but not sure of what I need to copy over. Rom and mlb obviously, but would it be best to try using the smUUID as well or the HardwareUUID (I believe one generates the other?). If so, what is the terminal command to run to get this value? I'm using Ozmosis, so I typically use nvram ######etc:Rom=### to change rom and so on, so was hoping to do the same with the other necessary values.
  15. thedubiousdubber

    Ozmosis

    If I were to place these values in Default.plist and place in Efi/Oz folder, then I could clear PRAM without having to reset values correct? I'm using Oz bios from hackintosh-forum.de. It works well, but not sure if there is a default.plist already included in bios. There's a generic MacPro3,1 and serial, etc that is included in bios, but not sure if that is generic across Oz firmwares or whether it is from whoever compiled it and put on the forum I downloaded it from. I'd like to get my defaults set and eventually incorporate them into the bios myself, but I'm still new to Ozmosis, so one step at a time. I was also curious about using rEFInd as a way of easily selecting boot drive at startup. Currently using F12 and the gigabyte boot selection. I've read part of the rEFInd website and understand it works a little differently with Yosemite. Anyone here using it successfully? Any tips tricks, etc?
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