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  1. On the HP Envy 17 J102SR Everything works perfectly on the Samsung 850PRO SSD I7 4702QM \ HD4600 \ 16gb RAM AR5B195 not supported at 10.14, but I installed the kext AirPort.Atheros40.kext and everything is fine I would also like to note that AudioInjector turned on 4 speakers! 2 upper and 2 lower. Athough to be honest, there are minor brakes in the lunchpad when you open large folders with applications. And there is no smooth decrease in brightness when going to sleep or getting out of sleep. How to disable the touchscreen? it is on HS13 and I’m not deleting this item in the SSDT, but instead adding a LeapMotion device, which I don’t need at all.
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Thank you @ntsmkfob, that did it! I gave up and am using a different keyboard without issues
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    First and foremost thank you for the great help this community has put together in order to keep the QUO motherboard alive! Yesterday I decided to upgrade my old OSX 10.10.5 setup to 10.13.6 by following the bits and pieces throughout this thread and I was able to complete the upgrade successfully, however I now have two problems: 1) In the BIOS boot options I no longer see the Linux drive that I was able to select prior to the upgrade. When I through the process of upgrading I unplugged all additional drives and only left the one with OSX 10.10 plugged in. Note that after installing High Sierra I had to follow the instructions in the following comment in order to even get my High Sierra to boot, which is located on fs3. My LVM-encrypted Linux drive is on fs7. How can I boot into my Linux drive? I do see in the SATA configuration that it is properly connected. 2) My wireless keyboard mapping is quite strange as it appears that the FN key is now permanently pressed. For example, after QWERTY it outputs 456* for the keys UIOP, which I normally would have to press FN to get those values. This is the same behavior for all other keys which also have FN options. Thanks in advance for the help.
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    Filevault 2 (FV2) with ps2 keyboard

    Thank you very much! I actually don't care if there are any special key combinations that won't work with this approach. I can live with a password that does not contain any obscure characters and I don't need to enter any commands, either. I just want to be able to restart the laptop without having to connect an external USB hard drive AND have the laptop encrypted. So once again, thank you very much for your work!
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    FileVault 2

    Wow, that's great news! Thank you very much! Finally, I will be able to power up my Lenovo notebook without an additional USB keyboard. I hope you can soon post the source code so that I can add it to my custom Clover version.
  6. quit all hardware USB , try whit only keyboard USB and Mouse USB and try again here a bit of info and to test: If sleep/wake doesn't work at all, you can disable it in System Preferences / Energy Saver. If you only have problems after your machine has been sleeping for a long time ("standby" mode), try running the following terminal command to restrict it to regular "sleep" instead of allowing standby: Code: sudo pmset -a standby 0 && sudo pmset -a autopoweroff 0 PMSET ALL #SLEEP PMSET: Mac Insomnia? Use pmset To Discover The Reason - The Mac Observer http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/article/osx_lion_pmset_shows_app_imposed_sleep/ man pmset info from Terminal or pmset —h pmset -g pmset -g assertions pmset -g everything pmset -g custom pmset -g log syslog | grep -i "wake reason" syslog | grep -i "wake" syslog | grep -i "wake reason" syslog | grep -i sleep sudo pmset autopoweroff 0 sudo pmset standby 0 sudo pmset -b displaysleep 1 • INVOKE: pmset -g getters • live • custom • cap • sched • ups • profiles • adapter • ps • assertions • sysload • log • history • historydetailed • hidnull • userclients • uuid • activity • rtc • getters • sudo atsutil databases -remove (clean caches all users fonts) • syslog | grep -i "wake" • sudo pmset -b sleep 5 pmset -g log syslog | grep -i sleep Pmset Hibernate mode 10.8 & 10.9 http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1532245 sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0 #This command disables hibernate mode cd /private/var/vm sudo rm -rf * sudo touch /private/var sudo rm /private/var/vm/sleepimage sudo touch /private/var/vm/sleepimage sudo chflags uchg /private/var/vm/sleepimage
  7. try this app to check what is preventing your system to sleep Sleep_Check.app.zip
  8. YOU using bluetooth USB ? try to quit out , then reboot, then try put to sleep
  9. USB problem, try to fix with Clover or Edit your DST
  10. With RT2870 work only few minutes after boot. In Settings, Network - IP address is lost. System give new random, and dhcp don't work and internet don't work.
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    Clover Themes

    https://girlintroverted.me/clover-themes/ https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/softgrey-theme-for-clover.129831/ #believe that someone have this.
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    Clover Themes

    Maybe anyone have this theme, or it was lost on the Internet? name - softgrey
  13. I followed the guide to create an installation from scratch without access to a Mac or the App store. I used your macOs.vmdk and created a BaseSystem.vmdk accodring to your guide. However, I get another issue. I think its possible due to the fact that I have a Intel HD graphics 630: WARNING: IOPlatformPluginUtil : getCPUIDinfo: this is an unknown CPU model 0x9e (See attachment for a screenshot) Here is a post discussing it on another website: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/getcpuidinfo-this-is-an-unknown-cpu-model-0x5e.222321/#post-1506955 I tried spoofing the CPU model but it does not seem to do any difference in my case. So, I am wondering if its possible to troubleshoot this issue?
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    Lenovo Thinkpad T430 with High Sierra

    I think VGA port will not work for hackintosh. Did your Lenovo T430 sound work with High Sierra?
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