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    spakk got a reaction from ITzTravelInTime in TASK FORCE - [AMD] to missing SSE4.1 Instruction set - older CPUs on macOS Sierra (10.12.x)   
    @ydeng, are you still working on the opcode/ sse4.1emu?
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    spakk reacted to sailor25462 in I need a functional Bluetooth Adapter that really works!   
    Well, that’s not 100% correct. It does work oob, but for keyboard and mouse there’s some limitations. Firstly, the dongle doesn’t work during clover boot.
    Secondly, it will lose links after sleep. You need to use firmware kext. Look at the wiki here to see which.
    Apart from this, I’m happy with this dongle.
     
     
    Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
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    spakk got a reaction from junausp in I need a functional Bluetooth Adapter that really works!   
    This already has been tested successfully by some users in the German hackintosh forum.

    or here another one that Sascha_77 recommends:   https://www.hackintosh-forum.de/index.php/Thread/35316-Aukru®-USB-Nano-Bluetooth-Adapter-V4-0-Bluetooth/   https://www.amazon.de/Bluetooth-Adapter-4-0-Windows-kompatibel/dp/B00LSGUBLI/ref=sr_1_1?s=ce-de&ie=UTF8&qid=1515183265   for 7,49 €
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    spakk got a reaction from carlo_67 in AMD High Sierra Kernel Release and Testing   
    system.kext is generated when the kernel is built.
    not quite correct, Shane
    According to my experience with El Capitan, the System.kext should always be installed to match the installed amd kernel, otherwise an endless error loop will occur when booting macos. Therefore, the system.kext should generally be generated every time you build a new kernel. In my opinion.
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    spakk got a reaction from MaLd0n in I need a functional Bluetooth Adapter that really works!   
    use this: https://www.amazon.de/Bluetooth-Dongle-V4-0-Dual-Mode/dp/B007MKMJGO
    although yours should works too with sierra and high sierra
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    spakk got a reaction from MaLd0n in I need a functional Bluetooth Adapter that really works!   
    use this: https://www.amazon.de/Bluetooth-Dongle-V4-0-Dual-Mode/dp/B007MKMJGO
    although yours should works too with sierra and high sierra
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    spakk got a reaction from carlo_67 in Intel vs AMD   
    I'm not a hacker or an NSA insider, the information that I have seen so far in various good documentary sessions, unfortunately confirm this thesis.
    but the whole spectacle is known for a long time. the first dokomentation I have seen so far comes from the late 80s, my opinion.
    in relation to Echelon (1*) and in connection with all PC hardware exported from the United States in the other countries.
    1*
     
    According to these research there are no very good or bad or very bad CPU manufacturers. All are rats whether Intel or AMD !!:
    https://www.eteknix.com/expert-says-nsa-have-backdoors-built-into-intel-and-amd-processors/
    more information, read here: https://www.google.de/search?q=back+doors+into+US+hardware&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b&gfe_rd=cr&dcr=0&ei=Q89pWravFc-p4gTBzpu4Cg
     
    Therefore, viruses etc. will always remain a permanent problem and will never be fixed
     
    ARM CPU with higher security read here: https://chiefio.wordpress.com/2017/02/03/for-deep-security-use-arm-avoid-intel-amd-processors/
     
    In terms of the 30% slowing down the system after a security update, I have not been able to determine so far. My Intel PC is as good or just as bad as before the security update. I have a PC with i7 processor and have before and after the update to run various tools and found no serious differences.
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    spakk got a reaction from carlo_67 in Intel vs AMD   
    I'm not a hacker or an NSA insider, the information that I have seen so far in various good documentary sessions, unfortunately confirm this thesis.
    but the whole spectacle is known for a long time. the first dokomentation I have seen so far comes from the late 80s, my opinion.
    in relation to Echelon (1*) and in connection with all PC hardware exported from the United States in the other countries.
    1*
     
    According to these research there are no very good or bad or very bad CPU manufacturers. All are rats whether Intel or AMD !!:
    https://www.eteknix.com/expert-says-nsa-have-backdoors-built-into-intel-and-amd-processors/
    more information, read here: https://www.google.de/search?q=back+doors+into+US+hardware&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b&gfe_rd=cr&dcr=0&ei=Q89pWravFc-p4gTBzpu4Cg
     
    Therefore, viruses etc. will always remain a permanent problem and will never be fixed
     
    ARM CPU with higher security read here: https://chiefio.wordpress.com/2017/02/03/for-deep-security-use-arm-avoid-intel-amd-processors/
     
    In terms of the 30% slowing down the system after a security update, I have not been able to determine so far. My Intel PC is as good or just as bad as before the security update. I have a PC with i7 processor and have before and after the update to run various tools and found no serious differences.
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    spakk reacted to Shaneee in AMD High Sierra Kernel Release and Testing   
    Once sources are available I'll build with matching System.kext then 
     
    Currently updated to 10.13.3 also using my kernel and previous System kext.
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    spakk reacted to Gigamaxx in AMD High Sierra Kernel Release and Testing   
    Looks like AMD chips may end up doing better for OS until apple makes the kernel invisible. I hope this doesn't kill our kernel and ability to create new ones in the future.
     
     
     
    http://bgr.com/2018/01/03/intel-chips-security-issue-mac-windows/amp/
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    spakk reacted to MaLd0n in i5-8600k/z370m-d3h with a GTX1060/6GB troubles   
    id 1 is done into DSDT, just use applealc+Lilu+DSDT

    Voodoohda activate all audio in GPU, if work, just use, ye, create more outputs
    use power button for wake, i kill usb wake, if u can, i apply wake from mouse/keyboard again, but to avoid problem, the best is kill it
     
    ye, disconnect and connect again, fast, is common problem, no solution now, we need read datasheet chipset for check in new chipsets
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    spakk got a reaction from ITzTravelInTime in TINU: The bootable macOS installer creation tool - Mac app   
    Great job Pietro,
    Keep it up, I wish you a happy new year
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    spakk got a reaction from ITzTravelInTime in TINU: The bootable macOS installer creation tool - Mac app   
    Great job Pietro,
    Keep it up, I wish you a happy new year
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    spakk got a reaction from aerz in a useful and helpful solution in an unfavorable situation with the internal laptop graphics card   
    a useful and helpful solution in an unfavorable situation.
    if the internal graphics card is incompatible or not powerful, or VRAM is too low to run video games with it.
    It should also consider and test it with Pentium, Celeron or Atom CPUs,
    I have not read this but think that it may be possible? plz check this
    The installation should be very simple, on some laptops must be disable the internal graphics card in bios and you have to open the case and plug the EXP-GDC-Beast Dock on a Thunderbolt 3 slot (if available) or on the PCI-Express-slot. for PCI-Express-slot, here you must remove the installed W-LAN-card and plug the EXP-GDC-Beast.
    In addition,  you need a PC power supply for the power-hungry graphics card

    For more information look at the manufacturer page or see various youtube videos:


    the Costs vary from 35  to 60 euro per Suppliers (of cource without graphics card and power supply ) 
    No idea if this dock will be compatible without driver installation?
    it seems to be macOS compatible, according to this information:
    https://www.banggood.com/de/MAC-Version-V8_0-EXP-GDC-Beast-Laptop-External-Independent-Video-Card-Dock-p-1011221.html?cur_warehouse=CN
     
    Please test and report. I have no suitable hardware to test the above information. I ask for feedback.
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    spakk reacted to ITzTravelInTime in TINU: The bootable macOS installer creation tool - Mac app   
    The English video is out and published, here it is:
     

     
    I hope you enjoy it, but i am not the best when it comes to speak English in person, but i have tried to explain everything is needed about my app in the video, obv the public target for this first video are mac users, proprably i will do another one in the future for hackintioshers and such.
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    spakk reacted to ITzTravelInTime in TINU: The bootable macOS installer creation tool - Mac app   
    Guys the app is ready and PUBLISHED! you can download it on GitHub
     
    https://github.com/ITzTravelInTime/TINU/releases
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    spakk got a reaction from ellaosx in A question about CPU's CPUID & Family Model   
    you can use this search engine,  for example to find a suitable CPUID or CPU model for any CPU of your choice
     
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    spakk reacted to jalavoui in AppleHDA on AMD   
    i found the applehda hdmi code it supports a few 0x1002aa01.
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    spakk got a reaction from burete in FetchMacOS - A tool to download macOS on non-Mac platforms.   
    that's a great thing
     
    Edit:
    It would be better to adjust the end of your Code like this installation procedure by chriss1111
    the final result would be fantastic

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    spakk reacted to Meowthra in Opcode Emulator (OPEMU) Plug-in Project   
    this is OPEMU for Lilu Plugin
      Intel Haswell Pentium / Celeron Series Or older processor expansion instruction set Emulation   USAGE: copy Lilu.kext & OpcodeEmulator.kext To /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/   NOTE: if it don't work, please rebuild Lilu and OpcodeEmulator On Your Machine. Lilu Releases: https://github.com/acidanthera/Lilu/releases   UPD: 2017/11/17   FIX kernel_trap UPD: 2019/02/11   BMI1/BMI2 Instruction Set Fix UPD: 2019/02/15   Store & Load x86/x64 Register Fix UPD: 2019/02/18   Modrm Addressing、XMM/R64/R32 Register Store & Load Fix UPD: 2019/02/20   BMI1/BMI2 Instruction Set Completed UPD: 2019/02/22   IMM Byte Fix UPD: 2019/03/03   High Sierra Support UPD: 2019/03/07   "lock" & "ud2" instruction return UPD: 2019/04/08   add YMM Register & F16C Instruction Set & VSSEX Instruction Set
    UPD: 2019/04/25   add AES / VAES Instruction Set、AVX 2.0 Gather Instruction、VSIB Addressing
    UPD: 2019/05/03   add AVX / AVX2 / FMA Instruction Set
    UPD: 2019/05/15   VSSE (VEX SSE) 、VSSE2 (VEX SSE2) Instruction Set Completed.
    UPD: 2019/05/18   VSSE3、VSSSE3、VSSE4.1 VSSE4.2 Instruction Set Completed.
    UPD: 2019/05/19   add "vpclmulqdq" instruction. & fix BMI andn & bzhi instruction.
    UPD: 2019/05/20   add "sysenter"、"sysexit" instruction for AMD Machines 32-bit Mode
    UPD: 2019/05/21   add  "vpclmulqdq" VEX.256 Version & Update Lilu to 1.3.5 (Build based on Lilu 1.3.5)
    UPD: 2019/05/25   YMM Register Store & Load FIX.
     
    AVX、AVX 2.0 Opcode Emulator Completed.
     
     
     
     
     
    OpcodeEmulator-20190525.zip
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    spakk reacted to Hervé in Shane's kernel. Chrome doesn't keep passwords.   
    I'd say neither. Ain't that a browser setting?
     
    You use an old AMD desktop Hackintosh for work? That's what I call faith! 
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    spakk reacted to ydeng in Mavericks kernel testing on AMD (formerly Mountain Lion kernel testing on AMD)   
    put "-U__SSSE3__" on the compiler command line should do the trick. See, __SSSE3__ is gone.
     
     
    gcc -dM -U__SSSE3__ -E - < /dev/null | grep SSE
    #define __SSE2_MATH__ 1
    #define __SSE2__ 1
    #define __SSE3__ 1
    #define __SSE4_1__ 1
    #define __SSE_MATH__ 1
    #define __SSE__ 1
     
    If someone hard coded intrinsics, you might get errors.
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    spakk reacted to ydeng in TASK FORCE - [AMD] to missing SSE4.1 Instruction set - older CPUs on macOS Sierra (10.12.x)   
    add memory print
    sierra_sse41emu.zip
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    spakk reacted to AXAXAXAXAXAX in TASK FORCE - [AMD] to missing SSE4.1 Instruction set - older CPUs on macOS Sierra (10.12.x)   
    https://workupload.com/file/nSzPMyZ
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    spakk reacted to ydeng in TASK FORCE - [AMD] to missing SSE4.1 Instruction set - older CPUs on macOS Sierra (10.12.x)   
    Fixed rounding mode.
    Fixed negative displacement.
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