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    Lets Hackintosh the Surface pro 5 (2017)

    Try this folder: EFI_24042018.zip If you're booting to the installer, while in clover menu, go to options > graphics injector and change ig-platform-id to 0x12345678 Make sure to disable secure boot in BIOS (tpm can be left enabled). As for boot order I dragged USB on top of everything
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    Surface Pro 2017 Hackintosh High Sierra

    Yea, macOS High Sierra installer probably converts your drive into APFS filesystem. Clover can’t see APFS so you need to put apfs.efi in Clover/drivers64UEFI. But what I would recommend is to reinstall macOS and prevent the installer from converting you drive to APFS: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-avoid-apfs-conversion-on-high-sierra-update-or-fresh-install.232855/. Or if your drive is HFS+ and clover still can’t see it then check in Clover/drivers64UEFI and see if hfsplus.efi is there.
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    Lets Hackintosh the Surface pro 5 (2017)

    Can you boot with -v flag and try to take a picture of the result? stop sign usually means bad USB so maybe you can try another flash drive
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    Surface Pro 2017 Hackintosh High Sierra

    Thanks a lot, my backlight is now working. Surprisingly enough, backlight keys also work (fn + del/ fn + backspace), that was quite unexpected though. I've also managed to get sound working through AppleALC by injecting layout id 3. At first I did follow that tutorial and I was confused on the DSDT/SSDT part thinking that I need my DSDT/SSDT to be patched but it turns out I just have to put SSDT-PNLF.aml in the ACPI/patched folder. BTW, do you have smooth brightness transition when pressing brightness button and/or sleeping/waking?
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    Lets Hackintosh the Surface pro 5 (2017)

    Strange, at least clover should show up. Please make sure that USB is on the top of the list in the boot order and that Secure Boot is turned off. You can also try booting directly from the USB from the BIOS by swiping right on USB in the boot order menu. clover used to not show up for me too but that's not the case anymore. BTW which macOS version are you using? and are you trying to boot the installation USB or the OS?
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    Lets Hackintosh the Surface pro 5 (2017)

    For some reason I can't upload my EFI zip here so I've uploaded it at mega. Here you go https://mega.nz/#!vYsW1YjL!SDNwth2ig97gwddKjQWf56tQ7kBfVckwa01WnWpa_tY
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    Lets Hackintosh the Surface pro 5 (2017)

    I'm also using i5 8gb and it boots fine. FYI I'm booting from external usb drive but I'm not sure if that makes a difference. Can you attach a picture of the log? Maybe you could also try the file attached below, it's pulled from the working usb drive. config.plist P.S.: BTW this config will NOT boot the installer, if I'm not mistaken you can disable the kext patch for graphics to boot the installer.
  8. Surface Pro 2017 - macOS Sierra 10.13.2 with Graphics Acceleration Working Working: - Graphics Acceleration - using clover patch - Audio (Speakers and Headphone Jack, even microphone) - using voodoohda - Type Cover (keyboard works perfectly/ no trackpad gestures) - Brightness - using Rehabman patch Partially Working / Maybe: - Sleep/ Wake - Monitor did sleeps and wake but I'm unsure if the CPU really sleeps Not Working: - WiFi (probably never will) - workaround: USB dongle - Bluetooth - workaround: USB dongle - Camera - Touchscreen (I don't expect it to work anyways) - Trackpad gestures the EFI folder is attached below Installation - make a bootable usb using /createinstallmedia tool on a Mac - install clover onto the bootable usb we've created - while installing, the default config file from the EFI folder I provided will not work, to make it work for installation, change ig-platform-id to 0x12345678 - install macOS - upon installing macOS High Sierra, don't forget to disable APFS conversion you can follow this guide: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-avoid-apfs-conversion-on-high-sierra-update-or-fresh-install.232855/ - boot with the EFI folder attached below - for the first boot, please change ig-platform-id to 0x12345678 and after booting successfully, rebuild kextcache by running "sudo kextcache -i /" in terminal - profit! EDIT: for some reason I can't upload my EFI folder, I'll try again later. Here, in the meantime I've uploaded my config.plist config.plist EDIT 2: link to my EFI folder https://mega.nz/#!vYsW1YjL!SDNwth2ig97gwddKjQWf56tQ7kBfVckwa01WnWpa_tY
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    Lets Hackintosh the Surface pro 5 (2017)

    Nice to find someone opening up a thread for this, actually I've been trying to hackintosh my Surface Pro 2017 for a while now here's the list of the things I've got working so far - Graphics (Full QE/CI) - some edits from rehabman's laptop config file will fix the black screen - Audio - using voodoohda (both speakers and headphone jack works) if you're getting a black screen with backlight on it means you've got graphics working, but due to the resolution of the Surface Pro's monitor being so high there needs to be a patch that will allow for more memory allocation (if I'm not mistaken) I'll upload my config here later. EDIT: here you go It would be nice I someone could help me fix the brightness config.plist
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