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  1. Did you format the installer usb as GUID? Anyways please make a new issue in github since I don't check the forums often. Thanks.
  2. BETA TESTERS WANTED https://github.com/osy86/HaC-Mini/issues/44 New release, v2.0 comes with a new guide and an ez installer. It now uses OpenCore. Please help test with different configurations and report your results.
  3. Hmm, interesting find. Random binary firmwares are the worst. I'll take a look when I have time.
  4. If anyone gets S/PDIF working on Linux (as well as headset mic), I can probably port the changes.
  5. The igpu widget problem is the same as quicksync. https://github.com/osy86/HaC-Mini/issues/18 if quicksync works you’ll see it working as well. Does your TB dock work in windows? Can you try it in windows and then reboot into OS X and see if it works?
  6. I’m fine with posting on either place. What TB device are you trying to connect?
  7. Yeah I have all these issues too. Documented here: https://github.com/osy86/HaC-Mini/issues/7 https://github.com/osy86/HaC-Mini/issues/8 https://github.com/osy86/HaC-Mini/issues/18
  8. Your drivers64UEFI are not correct. From guide: Download the latest build of Clover (you'll want the one that ends with .pkg) and install it to the installer USB drive. Launch the installer pkg you downloaded. When prompted, choose Change Install Location... and select your USB drive (it should be named Install macOS Mojave). Next, click the Customize button. You'll want to check the following options (you can also install any additional theme, but don't check anything else): Clover for UEFI booting only Install Clover in the ESP UEFI Drivers -> ApfsDriverLoader-64 (for APFS support) UEFI Drivers -> SMCHelper-64 (for FakeSMC support) UEFI Drivers -> AptioMemoryFix-64 (for FileVault support) UEFI Drivers -> HFSPlus (for HFS+ support) UEFI Drivers -> UsbKbDxe-64 (needed for FileVault support) FileVault 2 UEFI Drivers -> AppleUISupport-64 (for FileVault support) Delete the extra drivers and see if that helps.
  9. Your ssdt is wrong. You basically put the wrong ports in and gave them the “right” names. Like your SS01 is actually HS09. I would advise you to follow the usbinjectall guide again but actually as we’ve established, usbinjectall does nothing and has nothing to do with your Bluetooth issues. It’s a hardware/kext issue with that model. Aside from this NUC, is there any evidence that this Bluetooth card is even supported by OS X? Any other builds use this card? Because you can spend all your time trying to get it to work or just buy a new card for $20.
  10. The IOregistry crash is a known issue btw https://github.com/osy86/HaC-Mini/issues/13 Re:bluetooth, if the issue is turning on I don't think it has to do with usbinject. Maybe you got lucky? Do you have windows/linux installed? If so maybe it's getting configured and then you reboot into osx and it stays configured?
  11. Can you post a screen of bluetooth tab in system profiler as well as usb prober with vanilla v1.3 config?
  12. Did you reset bios settings and then set the options shown in the guide?
  13. Everything looks right and I don’t see any difference in the USB except that with usbinjectall, none of the USB3.0 ports shows up. But the bluetooth card is usb2.0, and it shows up in both ioreg. Could there be some conflicting USB3.0 device?
  14. I think ioregistryview freeze is caused by tb3 controller not on due to the companion port definitions. If you boot with a tb3/usb-c device then you should be able to load ioregistryview. can you do that and attach your ioregistryview dump after using usbinject? If you don’t have one, run “ioreg” in terminal and attach the output. I’m wondering if there’s a port I’m missing. Also: to confirm, you’re using config.plist from 1.3?
  15. Today, I tried iMac18,2 and iMac18,3 and wasn't able to get video signal through USB-C DP. umm okay I don't know what happened here. I'm going to chalk it up to language barrier issues.