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  1. I mean take that patch entry and merge it into your config.plist. But maybe it’s easier for you to use clover configurator and go to the kext patches page and the + button and select the patch to disable panic logging.
  2. Did you make any modifications to config.plist? You can get a better KP log if you add this kext patch: https://github.com/RehabMan/Intel-NUC-DSDT-Patch/blob/master/config_nuc5.plist#L232
  3. Doesn’t happen for me but it sounds like an OS X problem.
  4. Did you disable IGPU in bios? If not, do it. If so the issue is with USB. A temporary workaround is to make sure no usb devices are plugged in when sleeping/resuming. That doesn’t fix it 100% of the time though. I think the issue is having the companion ports not powered on.
  5. Unfortunately you did not follow the direction. You’re supposed to install clover first and overwrite the EFI files. The download does not include Clover. To fix it, you need to reinstall Clover and then copy over the files AFTER installing clover. Again, make sure you’re merging the directories instead of replacing it.
  6. For Prime Day, Amazon is selling the 100W version for $600 which is an absolute steal for anyone who cares. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BR5GK1V/ If you look at my hardware comparison table with the latest Mac minis, if you care about performance in the smallest form factor (that runs OSX), then for $600, you get a machine comparable to the i5 mac mini ($1100) with better single thread performance and slightly worse multithread performance (6/6 cores/threads vs 4/8). But you also get a GPU that exceeds the 1050 Ti and twice the USB A ports. /shameless Intel/amazon shilling
  7. The line I highlighted, which is a device-id override for PciRoot(0)/Pci(31,0). This should let AppleLPC match on the device without any other patches. I’m using an Apple WiFi card so I don’t need BrcmFirmwareData.kext.
  8. I forgot to have disable IGPU, I will add it. VT-d doesn’t have to be disabled. I use parallels so I need it on. The setting is here: https://github.com/osy86/HaC-Mini/blob/master/Clover/config.plist#L167 That preference panel doesn’t mean anything. It just prints what you put in the USBX dsdt. Try putting in something like 9999 and it’ll print it out. You need a usb 3.0 current monitor device or a jailbroken iPhone/iPad running BatteryLife (or a rooted android device running some charging monitor app).
  9. I checked your ioreg and we have the same device id for LPC (8086:A152) and my config.plist changed it to 8086:9CC1. What OSX version are you trying to run? AppleLPC.kext should attach on 8086:9CC1 on Mojave. In terms of charging current, how are you checking the current output? EDIT: I took a USB Charge Doctor (one of these https://www.adafruit.com/product/1852 ). On both windows and OSX, I measured 0.5A limit on the front blue port and 0.7A-0.9A output on the front yellow port. No difference in behaviour from windows and osx. No USBX/H_EC patches needed. No AppleBusPowerController loaded. I don't have any USB 3.0 device or 3.0 compatible charge doctor so I cannot confirm the limits listed in the specs (https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/mini-pcs/nuc-kits/NUC8i7HVK_TechProdSpec.pdf) which are 0.9A on blue ports and 1.5A on yellow port. If someone can measure the charging current in Windows and in OSX with and without loading AppleBusPowerController, it would be great.
  10. No, I only removed the fix for the controller not showing up when nothing is connected. I removed it because it wasn’t stable enough. Hotplug still works; you just need to have some usbc/tb3 device plugged in during boot and before any sleep wake. Once it’s booted in you’re free to hotplug.
  11. What do you get for the wake reason? What’s the output of pmset -g log?
  12. Maybe it’s due to tb3 panic: https://github.com/osy86/HaC-Mini/issues/11 I would try to remove the force power stuff. I don’t use whatevergreen since I have the IGPU disabled. So I don’t have quicksync either but shouldn’t AMD VCE work as well?
  13. Thanks! What wake issue are you experiencing? Did you disable the IGPU?
  14. I recently acquired the NUC Hades Canyon at a bargain and thought it was almost the perfect computer for me: extremely tiny, has a powerful GPU, and a lot of ports. The only downside is that it doesn't run OSX (well). Since this is my ideal Mac Mini, I called the project HaC mini and have been working on it for the past month. The goal is to have a perfect build that is indistinguishable from a real Mac. That means every hardware and software feature works perfectly. I have a background in hardware and platform engineering but no experience in Hackintosh, so this was a great learning opportunity for me as well. In the spirit of learning, I'm also releasing a series of writeups for various hard issues that I resolved in hope that it will help future hackintoshers. These writeups are independent of the NUC Hades Canyon. NUC Hades Canyon Installation Guide Writeup - Fixing Metal Drivers Writeup - Fixing Thunderbolt Hotplug Writeup - Fixing HDA Audio Some improvements to existing Hades Canyon work I've seen previously: Metal graphics issues fixed Workaround for 10.14.5+ GPU panics Thunderbolt 3 working including hot plug, usb-c + hot plug, boot without anything connected, sleep, wake, etc SDXC port working Second ethernet port working Power management working Some highlights in general: Full graphics acceleration Working services: iMessages, iCloud, Siri (with built in mics), Find My Mac, FileVault, etc Working Handoff, Continuity, Universal Clipboard, Apple Watch unlock with swapped Wifi card Multiple displays, two ethernet ports, TB3, eGPU with eject Pretty much everything works, there's some very specific hardware issues documented here and are being worked on. Front headphone doesn't work yet, SPDIF digital audio doesn't work yet Most USB ports have sleep/wake eject issues (this is a hardware/BIOS problem) For TB3 to work you must have at least one TB or USB-C device plugged in on boot and during wakeup (you are free to unplug and hot-plug while running)
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