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superchase9000

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  1. Damn you went to work! Ironically, I got the install to work using Pike's patches on 10.12.6 like before, but making another (3rd) boot stick with [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] instead of createinstallmedia worked. I just switched out the plist and drivers to be custom for the board. I bet it was just a corrupted installer. I appreciate the help! Your EFI here matches the one I made, so I'm guessing that two people with the same result should be a good idea?
  2. I am having trouble with my new setup. I have a 7600K, MSI Z270 Gaming M5, GTX 1070. I am unable to see SATA or NVMe drives. That and I cannot get the Nvidia Web Drivers to load. I've tried a handful of patches, SSDT-SATA from Rehabman, SATA-200-Unsupported.kext, and a handful others. The SATA controller is 8086:A282, which is apparently unsupported. I'm at my wits end as my first hackintosh with my skylake went beautifully. Hopefully someone can help me out here. Here are the support files. I appreciate anyone's help they can offer! EFI.zip ioreg.zip Send me John’s iMac.zip
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    AMD Polaris IDs on Sierra / High Sierra

    Mork, Your pictures appear to be down! I have found ATY,Part# in IORegistryExplorer, but the field is blank even after not injecting ATI. Any guidance on how to find it? I have an RX480 - MSI Armor OC
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    [pre-release] macOS High Sierra

    You were able to boot with an AMD RX as primary without CSM enabled?
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    Hotkeys in Clover

    Slice, I understand that. I was just asking for clarification as the documentation was confusing to me. Thanks for the help.
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    Hotkeys in Clover

    Well I got it to work by removing the custom entry. W seems to boot the first windows entry by default. Is there any support for bypassing the GUI with the hotkey - I.e. Holding w before Clover loads to boot windows? Right now holding w will prevent Clover from loading. Once released, I can Press it again to boot windows once the GUI loads or hit enter to boot macOS.
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    Hotkeys in Clover

    Hitting any one of those keys does not make the computer boot. The only cancel the timer. Can you examine the config I have attached to see if I have anything set up incorrectly? config.txt
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    Hotkeys in Clover

    Not sure what you are asking... I've hit the F1 key to bring up the help, but the only thing I've seen under that menu pertaining to my situation is using keys 1-9 to boot option in Clover. Still doesn't boot anything though. Only thing it does is cancel timer... I'm just not sure what I'm doing wrong. What do you need from me to diagnose the issue?
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    Hotkeys in Clover

    Are hotkeys now no longer supported in Clover? I can not get them to reliably work. I am having a difficult time finding any information about them on any boards or Clover's own page. I'm running r4003. Trying to bind windows boot to 'w' via custom entry which works, but all 'w' does is cancel timer. Any help would be appreciated.
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    Need help figuring out hotkeys

    Is this a known bug?
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    Need help figuring out hotkeys

    I'm not able to get hotkeys working correctly in Clover. Running r4003, booting macOS Sierra and Windows 10. What I'm trying to do is have Clover boot automatically into macOS Sierra if the boot process is undisturbed or boot into Windows 10 if I hold the predetermined hotkey, say 'w'. So far, it's been iffy at best. I created a custom entry for Windows 10, and I can see it at boot, so I know at least that part is correct. However, I can no longer get the hotkey to actually boot Windows. All it does is cancel the timeout if one is set. If none is set, then hitting the hotkey does nothing. It worked once, and I have not been able to reproduce it. Ideally, I wouldn't even have to invoke the GUI. I have a RX 480 coming in tomorrow, and I'm trying to figure out a solution to a blind boot, aka not using anything requiring a screen, to change OSes. The only other workaround I have done is to use rEFInd's blind boot ability to choose between booting Clover->macOS and Windows. I don't like this solution, though, because it is clunky and requires checking 2 boot loaders should some issue arise. I have attached my config.plist so anyone can see if I just have something wrong in there. I use Clover Configurator for most things, but I use a traditional plist editor for some others. SMBIOS is iMac 17,1 - redacted for UUID reasons. For some reason, I can't upload the plist, so I converted it to text. Renaming it to '.plist' will allow you to view it, should you need, in a plist editor. Thanks for looking! config.txt
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    Clover General discussion

    Is it only from the GUI? I could never get Clover to boot blind like rEFInd - with rEFInd, I could hold w to boot windows. With Clover, the only way I've found to let the GUI load first, then hit a hotkey to boot the corresponding OS. Holding down the hotkey from boot just loads the GUI and cancels any boot timer in Clover. Am I just missing something in here? Still pretty new at all this. And Slice, I appreciate the time you already took to respond above.
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    Clover General discussion

    A possible workaround to blind booting for those of us trying to use unsupported cards who also want to switch between windows, Mac, and other operating systems is to use a second bootloader. rEFInd is what I used on my iMac back in the day to switch between windows and Mac because it supported hot keys - I could hold down W to boot windows or not touch anything and it would boot macOS. I just installed it into the EFI partition of my Windows drive to check that it would work, and it does. I added a UEFI entry using the shell in Clover to map it, told it to boot Clover in nothing was touched, then told it to boot MacOS directly. I was wondering if something like this could ever get put into Clover - using hotkeys to boot an OS. It could circumvent the need to hot plug to switch inputs for now and leave initial graphics output to whatever card you'd like. Any thoughts?
  14. I can also report that it is not working as intended on Sierra. When entering sleep on El Capitan, everything ejects and runs fine. However, on my separate installation of Sierra, I get the "Disk not ejected properly" warning that I had on El Capitan before I had installed this week. This and the Shiki Maxwell kext are the only things keeping me from switching to Sierra as my daily driver because El Capitan is so stable right now. syscl, is there anything I can provide you that will help in diagnosing the problem? Specs are identical for installations because the machine is the same with two separate SSDs holding different Operating Systems. EDIT: CPU 6600K, GPU GTX 950, IGPU HD 530 (Disabled in BIOS), OS 10.11.6, 10.12.2
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