@sheep_reaper. glad to know another T430 user in hackintosh and had working system.
my installation just broke a weeks ago. fortunately got spare time after resigning from my job prior joining with other company. ) i've installed Mountain Lion 10.8.4 with myHack method. i'm gonna stick with chameleon for a while.
today i solved the sound issue by patching the ApplehDA.kext and using modified IOAudioFamily.kext. The resource i'm follow are all in OSX latitude forum.
(looks like an error with their webserver when i post this).
I've tested the output, internal speaker and headphone. both works okay. audio issue with internal speaker after wake from sleep is fixed by using the attached IOAudioFamily.kext. haven't got a chance to test the input (mic)
attached are those 2 files i mentioned before.
after installing the AppleHDA.kext, you need to modify the DSDT on HDEF part.
you can check for more resources in this thread
So success. Updating to 10.8.4 solved my hit-or-miss booting situation. My Lenovo T430 (2349GCU) Hackintosh is a success.
Thanks to bcc9 for providing some much needed assistance in understanding my startup issue. Thanks to Gendalo for his original DSDT and EFI folder. Thanks to the developers of Clover EFI, whom I don't know first-hand, but without whose bootloader I would not have been successful. And of course thanks to all of you in this thread whose discussion on T420's was what originally motivated me to try this on my T430.
Also, if it makes you guys feel any better, This thread is the only thread of value on the entire internet that provided the information i needed to get this project off the ground. I'n not joking, I spent days Googling my fingers raw for tangible information on T430's or 420's for that matter before I came accross this little gem.
TrackPad (MButton Scrolling) [it's inverted, but I think Mac is this way on purpose]
WiFi (Buying http://www.monoprice.com/Product/Index?p_id=8072) [At least temporarily]
Intel® Core™ i5-3320M (2.60GHz) processor with dual-cores
Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 (3.30GHz), Hyper-Threading, 3MB cache
2 x 4GB PC3-12800 SO-DIMM's
320GB 7.2Krpm SATAII (3Gb/s) Seagate Momentus Thin (7mm) HD
14in 1600x900 HD+ LED-Backlit LCD
Intel® HD 4000 Graphics
Ultrabay enhanced DVDRW/CD-RW rambo drive
Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6205 (AGN)
Intel® 82579LM 1Gb Ethernet
720p Front-Facing Wide-Angle Low-Light Camera
6c Li-Ion Battery Rated at 3-5.5 Life-Hours
Mac OS X (10.8.4) / Windows 8 / Ubuntu GNU/Linux
thanks! very cool. rehabman's stuff is great. i was hesitant as I seem to recall some early posts around using AppleSmartBatteryManager and they all seemed to require a lot of DSDT changes/edits. But I am able to run rehabman's AppleSmartBatteryManager v1.33 without any dsdt changes.
removed VoodooBattery.kext removed stock AppleSmartBatteryManager.kext installed new AppleSmartBatteryManager.kext edited the Contents/Info.plist - changed key UseExtendedBatteryInformationMethod to false (for v3 ACPI ) reboot
seems like i get 4% more out the battery because it started out at 96%! it is working just fine - shows 100% now.
i wanna share my T430 configuration with clover.
Intel HD4000 only, 1600x900 screen resolution.
board version: 2349-A17. (corrected from my previous post, not 2439-A17)
BIOS version: 1.16 (G1ET41WW)
I flashed the bios to remove wifi card restriction, so i can install Broadcomm card.
RAM: 16GB, SSD Sandisk Extreme 256MB.
audio chip: ALC269 Clover version: r1942
my clover folder can be found here. works:
- got 1600x900 resolution since the first installation
sometimes when booting, in log-in screen show stretched/scrambled screen, shown only white.
this is also happening when i use chameleon. simply shutdown with power button and boot again.
- detected as macbook air 5,2 (13" mid 2012) with 16GB (3 slots ???, 1 empty),
manually set to MacbookPro9.2 and some setting to SMBIOS part in config.plist
VRAM for HD4000 detected as 384MB. prior update to 10.8.4 (10.8), it was detected as 512MB.
- wifi ok.
- usb3 port, accepts usb2 eksternal harddisk (WD element) and works on Hi-Speed. accepts usb3 external harddisk (WD my book essential) and works on superspeed.
- bluetooth is working not OOTB (BCM20702A0). need to edit a kext.
follow instruction on this site. my product-id a bit different with the one on the site. i can connect my magic trackpad to thinkpad.
- front camera works ootb.
- imessage, able to login and set which account should be used. but not yet tested to send and received message.
- icloud is wokring. I can sign-in and syncronize my notes and contacts, even registering the laptop for 'find my mac'.
- trim enabled. (using kext patching in config.plist)
- sleep works.
- tried to make it sleep with closing the lid. then waking-up with opening the lid.
keyboard and touchpad working.
no eksternal harddisk connected prior sleep.
- tried to make it sleep with fn+F4. then waking-up with fn.
keyboard and touchpad working.
attached usb3 eksternal harddisk prior sleep is not reconnected when woke up.
- battery is working. use Rehabman's AppleSmartBatteryManager.kext.
i need to patch my initial dsdt to make it works based on this link.
- sound is working. not perfect, but enough for me.
use VoodooHDA ver 2.8.4, just install, no need to touch its pref pane.
works with internal speaker and headphone. when plugging headphone jack, need to switch manually at OSX's sounds setting.
not working yet:
- icloud, unable to login.
- imessage won't let me sign-in. registration failed.
- battery is not detected using internal batterai icon, but with istat menu, shown when charged.
but only show nan%.
anyone has appleHDA patch for T430??
i have same problem during my installation.
i replace VboxHFS.efi to HFSPlus64.efi.
it solved my problem.
you don't need to desolder the chip. just use SOIC clip and hardware flash programmer. the chip is located below touchpad. if you have the same bios version as mine,1.16 (G1ET41WW), then you can get the nonwhitelist BIOS here. i share my tools and the process on another forum. you can get the link on the last reply on previous link (bios).
Try again using my older custom package from post #117 and report back.
BTW: I guess I'll be switching from T420 to T430 soon. Right now I have both machines to decide witch one to sell. The T430 is a stronger model (i7) with optimus graphic card that I've always wanted to play with in OSX. To bad I still have very little time lately to do some serious hackintoshing, but I can report this about the new T430:
- I can boot successfully with older clover r1229 (I didn't had the time to investigate why Clover newer releases wont boot)
- USB3 works excellent OOB (booting from 32GB USB3 pen-driver - super fast)
- the NVIDIA NVS 5400M - works with graphic enabler (I have black screen with HD4000)
- too bad the whitelist bios can't be flashed to this device (no WiFI swapping for broadcome model) and I don't want to solder the eprom and flash it outside using phoenix flasher. - Can you guys suggest USB wifi that works OOB?
- T430 boots clover in full resolution (1600x900 and looks gorgeous) so I guess I'll update the ThinkPad theme background for high res in free time
not sure about how you are installing OSX. you will need to have some kexts injected/loaded... the message you show usually is when you have all the custom kexts installed already - not for installation, when i install a fresh OS. i have FakeSMC.kext and VoodooPS2Controller injected installed in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.8..
the boot args i use are:
-v slide=0 WithKexts NoCaches
seems that was the old way... looks like you specify InjectKexts
Loads additional kexts from EFI/CLOVER/kexts/.../.
Disabled by default.
Requires FSInject.efi driver. NoCaches
Use if a recreation of system caches is needed, for example after the installation of new drivers. In contrast to ignoring caches, kext patches will be applied in this case.
It makes no sense to leave this paramater permanently in the configuration file. Instead, chooseBoot ... without caches in the OS option menu by pressing O after having selected the OS entry.
Requires FSInject.efi driver.
without a dsdt.aml installed, I set PCIRootUID=1 in config.plist
also wonder why you have GraphicsEnabler=No as a boot arg?
if you take a look at the bundle i posted, the /EFI/CLOVER/config.plist may help you get going.
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