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    [Release] macOS 10.15.4 is out!

    Do you have the volume set to not show?
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    Apple Finally Buying AMD CPUs?

    Cool. Good time for another Hackintosh!
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    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    Thanks so much. I fixed the EC patch being disabled via Clover Configurator, edited line 260, removed the OsxLowMemory driver, copied over that SSDT-4-xh_cfsd4.aml, left the SMBIOS untouched and I'm writing this on macOS 10.15.2 Thank you ALL for your help!
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    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    I'm trying the suggestions at the page here and nothing's working. I guess this'll be my Mojave machine. lol Misconceptions; I thought I'd get the SSDT-EC.aml with the F4 at the Clover menu. I can't find one. I also patched, or thought I applied the EC patch via Hackintool. No avail.
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    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    I need sleep, will get to it tomorrow I hope. Thank you.
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    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    Trying to upgrade to Catalina, this is the wall I hit. Specs are in signature; Should I try to install from a thumb drive instead of direct from System Preferences/MAS? Thanks
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    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    @mnfesq thanks for the reply. I had the mausi kext for Ethernet, I wasn't using WiFi. As far as the kext location, was I supposed to move it?
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    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    I sent a private message. If I can run the Mojave Installer and recover what I have on the Hackintosh drive (without wiping the volume) that would be a great start, if I can also create a Catalina Installer on another thumb drive that would get me up and running with Catalina that'd be great too.
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    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    I got it up and running since 10.13.x, I know basics obviously (although "basics" is a relative term here) but I don't have time. I don't have time to commit, I'm getting older, I work a lot, have a family, home, etc so "demanding" is more a frustration for me than it is for you. A BIOS update of my Z370-F left it usable but trying to get into the BIOS was impossible (and of course I need access for boot override), always a black screen no matter if I used the iGPU or Radeon VII no matter what port (HDMI, DP of either). I swapped in an Asus Z390-F and I'm still not able to boot into macOS on the hard drive or the Mojave installer USB that had my last, successfully working EFI partition. The best course of action I can think of is to install Z390 drivers into the EFI of the Mojave installer from my old MacPro and see if that gets me up and running—what extra drivers do I need for the Z390 as opposed to the Z370? I'll either find out on my own or someone will help me?
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    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    Isn't my rig in my signature? I'm trying to upgrade from Mojave, 10.14.6 to 10.15.2
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    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    As ridiculously expensive as it is I think I'm going to try to get a damned MacPro. I'm going through this frustration more often than I like.
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    [release] macOS Catalina 10.15.2

    Help. Please. Just decided 'screw it' I'll try to upgrade to Catalina. Get this after reboot—a link to a thread about prepping for the upgrade would be appreciated. TIA
  13. Really, that's it!? I'll have to give that a shot when I've the time—my return window for the Z390 mobo is already closed. :p THANK YOU.
  14. I sorry to bump my own post but I have to ask if there are any tips or threads that could help with swapping the motherboard. Thanks in advance.
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