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ammoune78

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  1. ammoune78

    My Simple theme OC + Icnspack-Builder

    Thank you
  2. ammoune78

    My Simple theme OC + Icnspack-Builder

    No thank you, i figured out that it was the HDMI IN port that was dynamic, plugged my cable to another HDMI IN port and voila, everything is correct now! Thank you @chris1111 By the way, i've a Mediatek WireLess USB card, and used your Catalina pkg, can i use it for Big Sur?
  3. ammoune78

    My Simple theme OC + Icnspack-Builder

    Yes it's not theme issue, i just wanted a help . Resolution is set to Max already, disabled CSM in BIOS and used Windows 8 WHQL.
  4. ammoune78

    My Simple theme OC + Icnspack-Builder

    Hi @chris1111 , I have a LG49UHD TV 4K, in OP boot menu it shows very big icons, Half the quarter of the screen for each icon, and not 4k. I've tried 01 and 02 in UIScale, but it didn't solve that issue. Here is the screenshot, if you have a solution please.
  5. ammoune78

    AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching

    Guys, I'm compiling AppleALC from latest commit with Xcode 11.3, but never get release folder, I only get Debug, I'm doing something wrong or I forget something? Also, in the debug folder there's resourceconverter file, what is the use of it?
  6. ammoune78

    OpenCore Discussion

    If i simply apply the patches that I do with clover using OpenCore, it doesn't work at all. I still never get passed the IOConsleusers: gIOScreenLock at the moment. Pretty weird, this is why i'm looking into another strategy "Fix the problem from it's beginning". I started checking all the ACPI tables and I'm still doing it, to find what i can better do! I'm not scarred because a CH341A is the medicament of that situations, and maybe recompiling the XSDT will be better solution, like I did for my old Z97 and Z87 boards
  7. ammoune78

    OpenCore Discussion

    Yeah but they screws up all the patches needed, they do a pretty much complicated bad damn work these manufacturers. , but good that we have our mind to unscrew what they screw .
  8. ammoune78

    OpenCore Discussion

    Also if you look at the asl compiler version of both the DSDT-1 and DSDT-2, there's a difference, which here means that the DSDT-2 which is the Main one have an old compiler version compared to the DSDT-1 which is the secondary one.
  9. ammoune78

    OpenCore Discussion

    I've just extracted all the ACPI files from the GIGABTE X299 DESIGNARE EX board UEFI rom, and found a tones of SSDT's and 2 DSDTs as well. I say that because of a lot of X299 users have Devices renaming issue, where the first DSDT become as secondary one, and instead the second DSDT here become the main one. So the board have two LPCs and one Embedded Controller that handle both of them: LPCB that communicate with (H_EC) LPC0 that communicate with (LPCB), because i can't see any pointing to Device H_EC from the LPC0. And the NVME are pointing to the SB.PC00.SAT0 while SATA is pointing to the SB_PCI0.SAT0 And the Thunderbolt are pointing to the SB.PCI0: RP05.PXSX, GLAN, XHC, HDAS and SAT0 CLOVER can't dump the two DSDTs and many many other SSDTs because it counts more than 30 SSDTs as well, I'm only speaking of Secondary Sys Description Tables. This is maybe helpful for some and not for some others. My recent knowledge ends up with this conclusion: the main DSDT which is the second one is a bridge of the First DSDT which is the secondary one . If you compare this garbage with APPLE iMac Pro X299 ACPI tables, you'l end up with APPLE are doing a best job. This is only from my recent point of view.
  10. ammoune78

    OpenCore Discussion

    The CFG Lock is now Unlocked, booting with the: AppleCpuPmCfgLock: No AppleXcpmCfgLoc: No and the setup_var_3 0xxxx 0x00 is showing 0x00, get it unlocket. Booting fine, just have to see if i'm doing a mistake in the config, need some work on it, and figure out what the problem. Also in the documentation, they say, need to re-check many times to know what we are doing. It's true, so many lines to check, then maybe, by mistake, we will forget something, it just need a patience!
  11. ammoune78

    OpenCore Discussion

    You maybe need to revert back to a previous version of opencore, the newer then the more errors shown maybe, this is valid for me also. I updated to the newer, now i have another error, were the previous version get passed all the errors, and just stuck at gIOLockScreen
  12. ammoune78

    OpenCore Discussion

    I think you have some unuseful patches for your machine try first to remove the unusual, boot with minimal. Check if your mobo has unlocked CFG or not: If you got Offset xxxxx is 0x00, then it's already unlocked, if you've got 0x01 then you need to check:
  13. ammoune78

    OpenCore Discussion

    But the picture there is not meaning only CFG Lock, it maybe have something else, if you already have the CFG Unlocked. This is from what i've read from @Download-Fritz. You can see my first picture like this one a week ago, he replied to me with another thing that i've to check.
  14. ammoune78

    OpenCore Discussion

    setup_var 0x5c1 0x00 is the current one that you need to do. Also before to do that, you need to check with VerifyMsrE2.efi if your MoBo allow disabling CFG Lock or not, before doing that steps.
  15. ammoune78

    OpenCore Discussion

    Give me a min please
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