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About clefmeister

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  1. Hey there, Hackintosh world! I'm launching a new podcast over at The Mac Observer soon, called Terminal Tinkering. I'll be talking about Hackintosh topics, along with some other things -- using older Macs in today's connected world, tinkering around with Arduino and Raspberry Pi, and other stuff. Anyways, I'd love to have a few Hackintosh developers join me to talk about their work. I promise it'll be painful, and I'm a fan of Hackintosh so it won't be a flame war! I'll do everything I can to maintain anonymity, if desired. If you're interested in coming on the show, send me a private message letting me know what kind of development work you've done in the Hackintosh world. If I decide to bring you on the show, I'll be in touch. Thanks in advance! --Jeff
  2. Try booting with -v and look for errors. I'm thinking you might be suffering from the same error I am with High Sierra complaining about a malformed table in GeForceWeb.kext. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. You have to change the required build number in NVDAStartupWeb.kext/Contents/Info.plist to match the new one.
  4. clefmeister

    NVMe native support in 10.13 :)

    Worked like a charm for me, too. No more HackrNVMeFamily.kext needed!
  5. Should be doable. Using Windows 10, assuming that's your largest partition, go into Computer Management -> Disk Management and shrink your Windows partition. You'll also need to resize your EFI partition, if your laptop is UEFI. Windows only creates a 100MB EFI partition, but Clover needs 200MB. There are plenty of install guides once you get the partitions sorted out.
  6. No, it's not an APFS problem. I get the same error on High Sierra running from an HFS+ partition. It's further than I've ever gotten with my graphics chipset (Quadro M620), though.
  7. clefmeister

    ATI Framebuffer development

    Slice and Dong: If either of your efforts would lead to a good driver for the X1200 series, I'd like to offer my help testing. I'm no programmer, but I can certainly test drivers with a wee bit of instruction. I'm running on a Dell Inspiron 1521, and the information I've managed to get on my graphics card is thus: Radeon X1270 IGP (based on X700) Codename: M690T I'm currently using Natit on Leopard 10.5.2. System Profiler has this to say about the graphics: ATI Radeon Xpress 1200 Series: Chipset Model: ATI Radeon Xpress 1200 Series Type: Display Bus: PCI VRAM (Total): 256 MB Vendor: ATI (0x1002) Device ID: 0x791f Revision ID: 0x0000 Displays: Display: Resolution: 1024 x 768 Depth: 32-bit Color Core Image: Software Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes Quartz Extreme: Not Supported Display Connector: If you need any additional information, just let me know.