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  1. I succesfuly installed 10.13.4 on two different SSDs using this method.
  2. Think I found a fix for new bootable media with High Sierra 10.13.4 1. Use the 'createinstallmedia' command in Terminal https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201372 sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ High\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/MyVolume --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ High\ Sierra.app 3. Install Clover 2. Delete .IAPhysicalMedia from Install macOS High Sierra rm /Volumes/Install\ macOS\ High\ Sierra/.IAPhysicalMedia The install volume is now visible for Clover
  3. Hello @MaLd0n , can you please help me with a new DSDT? I have switched from nvidia to AMD RX 560 4GB I have attached the Send me zip for my system (Gigabyte GA-Z170X-UD3 motherboard, Intel i5-7400 CPU, ASUS RX 560 4GB graphics card). Thank you!
  4. Hy @MaLd0n, can you please help me with DSDT? I have attached my Send me zip The GA-Z170X-UD3 motherboard has the latest firmware, F23g released on 2018/03/09 with the new Intel patches.
  5. NVIDIA has a list http://www.nvidia.com/object/gpu-applications.html Based on that, I can safely delete CUDA.
  6. Ok, but what apps use CUDA on OSX? Is there a list somewhere? iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Photoshop or HandBrake are on it?
  7. Thank you, CUDA-Z works with CUDA 6.5.51, but I get the message "Update Required". I guess is the usual NVIDIA mess-up. Is CUDA really used by any OSX app?
  8. I have a GeForce 210 graphics card, I've installed NVIDIA Web Driver 367.15.10.35f01 and CUDA 8.0.63 on MacOS 10.12.3, but I get "GPU Not Supported" in CUDA preference and CUDA-Z gives the message "CUDA not found! Please update your NVIDIA driver and try again!" What can I do?
  9. I think you should try from Windows. Be sure to run TestDisk with Administrator privileges. Here's a guide http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk_Step_By_Step
  10. patch from this post http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=258611&st=280&p=1776257&&do=findComment&comment=1776257 is working fine in 10.7.3 don't forget to update kextcache
  11. Take a look http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=261705 and, as a suggestion, you should really stick to GPT, the hybrid GPT/MBR created by Apple's disk utility can cause problems.
  12. First of all, this is not intended to be a guide, just a description of a lucky succession of steps I made without starting with the intention of the final outcome My current system: Asus P8P67, Intel® CoreTM i3 2100, 2 x Kingston KVR1333D3N9/2G and for this test I've used an old SATA drive. I've installed Lion formatting the drive with Guid Partition Table and two partitions, Lion on the second (easiest installation method by ^Andy^ but I've used HackBoot para Lion and in Chameleon Wizard selected Boot0hfs). With Lion working well (FakeSMC, RealtekRTL81xx, and NullCPUPowerManagement in Extra Extensions no dsdt), I rebooted and started the Windows EFI installation: pressing F8 and selecting UEFI DVD, deleting the EFI and the first partition and letting Windows do the rest. At restart I selected from the F8 menu Windows Boot Manager. Then I wanted to test Ubuntu also and selected again from the F8 menu UEFI DVD. Unexpectedly Ubuntu recognized the OS X installation and ask me if I wanted to keep it. It automatically resized the Windows partition and installed Ubuntu. In the F8 menu I have now: 1- the hard drive, 2 - Windows Boot Manager and 3 - Ubuntu. Selecting 1 runs OSX, 2 Windows 7 and 3 Ubuntu with an option in the GRUB menu to start OSX but not actually working. So, in the end, I've got an GPT/GUID hard drive booting EFI Windows 7 and Ubuntu and OSX by Chameleon. I hope this story lead other to a more rigorous approach and, maybe, an unified bootloader on EFI partition. Below is the current F8 and GRUB menu.
  13. bogdanw

    DSDT for Asus P8P67

    Actually I'm worried about this messages 6/19/11 12:23:23 AM kernel SATA WARNING: Enable auto-activate failed. 6/19/11 1:25:58 AM kernel SATA WARNING: Enable Drive PHY PM failed. The second one being more often and displayed at shutdown.
  14. bogdanw

    DSDT for Asus P8P67

    <key>CFBundleShortVersionString</key> <string>142.4.1</string> <key>CFBundleVersion</key> <string>142.4.1</string> <key>ProjectName</key> <string>AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement</string> <key>SourceVersion</key> <string>1420401</string> as for the Intel Chipset 6 I'm not interested in cosmetics but in functionality. By now I'm not sure that the sata connection is working properly. I'll test in Lion as I plan to upgrade soon. Thanks for the tips ! :
  15. bogdanw

    DSDT for Asus P8P67

    Must have done something wrong SpeedStepper v1.0 - (c) flAked 2011 for AICPUPM v142.6.0 Searching for wrmsr #0: 34a46 -> found bytes. -> patched. Searching for wrmsr #1: 34d3e -> found bytes. -> patched. Searching for wrmsr #2: 34d5f -> found bytes. -> patched. Searching for wrmsr #3: 34f03 -> found bytes. -> patched. Searching for wrmsr #4: 34fa2 -> found bytes. -> patched. Searching for wrmsr #5: 35f27 -> found bytes. -> patched. Searching for wrmsr #6: 3617c -> found bytes. -> patched. Searching for wrmsr #7: 361ce -> found bytes. -> patched. Searching for wrmsr #8: 3d61a -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #9: 3d677 -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #0: 948e -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #1: 98c1 -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #2: 997e -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #3: 99eb -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #4: 9aae -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #5: a958 -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #6: abff -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #7: ac96 -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #8: 11d0e -> ERR: bytes not found! Searching for wrmsr #9: 11dc2 -> ERR: bytes not found! Sorry, didn't find all wrmsr, your kernel might crash. And one more thing, using dsdt_rev2 Unknown AHCI Standard Controller: Vendor: Unknown Product: AHCI Standard Controller Link Speed: 6 Gigabit Negotiated Link Speed: 6 Gigabit Description: AHCI Version 1.30 Supported same as not using a dsdt file. With a dsdt created in Windows by DSDT Auto-Patcher Intel 6 Series Chipset: Vendor: Intel Product: 6 Series Chipset Link Speed: 6 Gigabit Negotiated Link Speed: 6 Gigabit Description: AHCI Version 1.30 Supported
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