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    fbifido got a reaction from cuthead in [DSDT] Renamed devices to mac specific ones   
    into device label MCH set_label begin MCEH end;
    into device label PIC set_label begin IPIC end;
    into device label DMAD set_label begin DMAC end;
    into device label TMR set_label begin TIMR end;
    into device label RTC0 set_label begin RTC end;
    into device label COPR set_label begin MATH end;
    into device label OMSC set_label begin LDRC end;
    into device label CHN0 set_label begin PRT0 end;
    into device label CHN1 set_label begin PRT1 end;
    into device label EUSB set_label begin EHCI end;
    into device label USBE set_label begin UCHI end;
    into device label USB0 set_label begin UHC1 end;
    into device label USB1 set_label begin UHC2 end;
    into device label USB2 set_label begin UHC3 end;
    into device label USB3 set_label begin UHC4 end;
    into device label USB4 set_label begin UHC5 end;
    into device label USB5 set_label begin UHC6 end;
    into device label USB6 set_label begin UHC7 end;
    into_all all code_regex DMAD replaceall_matched begin DMAC end;
    into_all all code_regex TMR replaceall_matched begin TIMR end;
    into_all all code_regex RTC0 replaceall_matched begin RTC end;
    into_all all code_regex COPR replaceall_matched begin MATH end;
    into_all all code_regex OMSC replaceall_matched begin LDRC end;
    into_all all code_regex CHN0 replaceall_matched begin PRT0 end;
    into_all all code_regex CHN1 replaceall_matched begin PRT1 end;
    into_all all code_regex EUSB replaceall_matched begin EHCI end;
    into_all all code_regex USBE replaceall_matched begin UCHI end;
    into_all all code_regex USB0 replaceall_matched begin UHC1 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB1 replaceall_matched begin UHC2 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB2 replaceall_matched begin UHC3 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB3 replaceall_matched begin UHC4 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB4 replaceall_matched begin UHC5 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB5 replaceall_matched begin UHC6 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB6 replaceall_matched begin UHC7 end
     
     
     
    you must use the DSDT Editor from this post
     
    http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...p;#entry1501081
     
     
     
     
     
    Have i miss any of them?
    Mac_devices.zip
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    fbifido got a reaction from cuthead in [DSDT] Renamed devices to mac specific ones   
    into device label MCH set_label begin MCEH end;
    into device label PIC set_label begin IPIC end;
    into device label DMAD set_label begin DMAC end;
    into device label TMR set_label begin TIMR end;
    into device label RTC0 set_label begin RTC end;
    into device label COPR set_label begin MATH end;
    into device label OMSC set_label begin LDRC end;
    into device label CHN0 set_label begin PRT0 end;
    into device label CHN1 set_label begin PRT1 end;
    into device label EUSB set_label begin EHCI end;
    into device label USBE set_label begin UCHI end;
    into device label USB0 set_label begin UHC1 end;
    into device label USB1 set_label begin UHC2 end;
    into device label USB2 set_label begin UHC3 end;
    into device label USB3 set_label begin UHC4 end;
    into device label USB4 set_label begin UHC5 end;
    into device label USB5 set_label begin UHC6 end;
    into device label USB6 set_label begin UHC7 end;
    into_all all code_regex DMAD replaceall_matched begin DMAC end;
    into_all all code_regex TMR replaceall_matched begin TIMR end;
    into_all all code_regex RTC0 replaceall_matched begin RTC end;
    into_all all code_regex COPR replaceall_matched begin MATH end;
    into_all all code_regex OMSC replaceall_matched begin LDRC end;
    into_all all code_regex CHN0 replaceall_matched begin PRT0 end;
    into_all all code_regex CHN1 replaceall_matched begin PRT1 end;
    into_all all code_regex EUSB replaceall_matched begin EHCI end;
    into_all all code_regex USBE replaceall_matched begin UCHI end;
    into_all all code_regex USB0 replaceall_matched begin UHC1 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB1 replaceall_matched begin UHC2 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB2 replaceall_matched begin UHC3 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB3 replaceall_matched begin UHC4 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB4 replaceall_matched begin UHC5 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB5 replaceall_matched begin UHC6 end;
    into_all all code_regex USB6 replaceall_matched begin UHC7 end
     
     
     
    you must use the DSDT Editor from this post
     
    http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...p;#entry1501081
     
     
     
     
     
    Have i miss any of them?
    Mac_devices.zip
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    fbifido reacted to franmglp in FakeSMC y plugins.   
    Las rev que encontré para iMac13,1 y iMac13,2 son:
     
    iMac13,1: 2.9f5 = {0x02,0x09,0x0f,0x00,0x00,0x05} = AgkPAAAF
    iMac13,2: 2.11f14 = {0x02,0x11,0x0f,0x00,0x00,0x14} = AhEPAAAU
     
    Mi duda es que poner en "smc-compatible", por ahora puse "smc-huronriver" que es para iMac12,1 y 12,2 pero no sé si sirve para iMac13,1 y 13,2.
     
    EDITO: También encontré las rev para Macmini6,1 y 6,2 que mejoran el power management en Ivy Bridge, sobre todo 6,2, son:
     
    Macmini6,1: 2.7f0 = {0x02,0x07,0x0f,0x00,0x00,0x00} = AgcPAAAA
    Macmini6,2: 2.8f0 = {0x02,0x08,0x0f,0x00,0x00,0x00} = AggPAAAA
     
    Mi duda sigue siendo que poner en "smc-compatible", tanto en iMac13,1 y 13,2 como en Macmini6,1 y 6,2.
     
    Saludos.
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    fbifido reacted to Pavo in (Guide) Insert Ozmosis into UEFI BIOS   
    The one with Core_Dxe is the volume you want to inject the other modules, Volume 2 in the example was a GA board, make sure you lookup how to patch PM on the ASUS BIOS or you may have ACIPM issues
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    fbifido reacted to Pavo in (Guide) Insert Ozmosis into UEFI BIOS   
    Easiest way is to hit the alt+windows key+p+r combo continuously and see if it resets nvram, the screen will flash different colors or create a USB installer using the createinstallmedia method and boot directly off of it by using your BIOS boot menu hot key
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    fbifido reacted to treyboy484 in (Guide) Insert Ozmosis into UEFI BIOS   
    So I successfully added all the needed files into the CAP bios file and flashed it to my motherboard, but I'm not sure how to boot using Ozmosis or how to test to see if it worked properly.  Could you give me a little info on that?
     
    Thank you!
     
    ~ T
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    fbifido got a reaction from walkman2021 in Bootdisk Utility   
    When will you update to :
    Latest Clover v2k r2953 & Chameleon r2403
     
    Thanks
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    fbifido got a reaction from ErmaC in Ozmosis   
    How can we test this bootloader in VMWare bios ?
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    fbifido got a reaction from HUSABER in My 2cent on PC to MAC?   
    Hi,
     
    I have ask this question for many years, and the answer is always the same, "it can't be done!".
    everyone is moving away from distro type mac installer, so let me ask the question another way.
     
    where do i start?
     
    tools:
    -cpuz
    -http://www.osx86.net/
    -systeminfo
    -autopatcher
    -autoedid
    -autoamdtool
    -autoapb
    -Clover bootloader
    -and many many more.
     
    Now you have a pc, and wants to put mac os x on it, and you want a trouble free convert, first everyone will say to get this and that hardware, which is the best way, but if you can't what then.
     
    you will then need a windows tool call system info: SystemInfoWin.zip
     
    http://img248.imageshack.us/img248/3532/systeminfowin.png
    (i don't know how to embed picture)
     
    web link
    http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/219584-system-info-an-app-to-get-hardware-and-kexts-info/
     
    This software will tell you the Vendor ID and Device ID of all the need part of your system.
    this info is for the advance hackey, but its good to know anyway.
     
     
    With the info from above you can then use google to start looking up what kext to use for each dev ID.
     
    It would have been great if the BIG kext to VID/DID database was open to the public to use, so that someone with some programming skill could use systeminfo and that database and www.osx86.net to locate and download all needed kext for your system.
     
    Next come the DSDT, there is a patch pack for mother boards and laptop on the net, don't remember where? search for dsdtpatcher. but if the program systeminfo could display the motherboard ID, then we could build a database with that info, and put all the relative patch in it, so that it would be easy for the average joy/Jane to convert to mac.
     
    dsdt patcher should also use the data from systeminfo to do auto-repair / auto-patching.
     
    Now you have completed half of what is needed, the above data is were most people goes wrong.
    now you can use cpu-z to see what processor you have in your system, so that you can select the right smbios or create your own, their are tools for this, one is Chameleon Wizard.
     
    i am loss, where are we now:
    - we have all the kexts we need.
    - we have our dsdt
    - we have our smbios, or know which one to select when need to.
     
    with all the above you think you will have a great install, but what fail most install is the video card?
    i don't have a easy fix for that problem, other than to buy a tested or recommended video card.
     
    some suggestion:
     
    with all the above info, can some, use this data to create a program that install the kexts, modify kexts if needed, install the dsdt, modify it for the data provided by system info as to make sure the hardware works, install smbios with modify info re your cpu info.
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