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  1. Things now running very fast and smooth. Thank you so much for helping me out! All the best.
  2. Hi again. All USB 3.0 ports tested and working fine. I think the USB hub is the Renesas USB 3.0 hub which is part of the motherboard chipset and connects to the 4 upper USB 3 ports at the back. The RP04 device maybe a satellite TV card in a PCI slot which I use with Windows. Hope that makes sense and thanks again.
  3. Hi again MaLdOn. Thanks for the super quick response. Installed new Clover folder and boot time is now blistering fast, thank you so much! Attached files as requested. IORegistry.zip Send me gcc1.zip
  4. Hi MaLdOn Would really appreciate it if you could have a look at my set up. Running macOS High Sierra dual boot with Windows 10 on one drive. Clover themes folder has been removed to reduce size. CPU: Intel i7 4790K MB: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H-BK Drive: Samsung PM951 1TB M.2 SSD on PCIe adapter Memory: Corsair 16GB (4X4GB) DDR3 1600MHz Graphics: Nvidia Geforce GTX 750Ti Sound: ALC1150 and Nvidia HDMI Display: Samsung U24E850 Thanks and kind regards. gcc1 _runme.zip gcc1_CLOVER .zip gcc1_ioreg.zip
  5. I have a similar problem. I’m attempting a clean install of High Sierra on a Samsung PM951 NVMe 1TB drive which I used without issue for a 10.12 installation (with Rehabman’s patches). Using the create install media method, when I get to disk utility the drive is greyed out (unmounted) and identified as disk0s1. Attempting to format, it fails reporting insufficient disk space. I then tried again having already formatted the drive to HFS+ and although the drive shows as mounted, the result is the same. Disk utility sees it as the correct size and PCIe under the info tab. I’m using Clover 4233 and have APFS.efi in the drivers. Any suggestions much appreciated.
  6. I'm running VMware player 6 on a Windows 10 Pro 32 bit set up on an old Sony laptop. I've successfully installed an OSX 10.11.4 guest with the help of Donk's 1.3 unlocker with the latest VMware tools and everything is working really well except the USB ports. Whenever I attempt to connect any USB storage device (external drive, flash drive, etc) using the 'connect external device' tab, the guest either freezes or there's a 'unable to connect USB device: driver error' message. The laptop has 2 USB 2.0 ports and the error occurs when using either port. I have attached a notepad version the vmx file.VMX file.txt Any help much appreciated.
  7. I'm having great difficulty getting Albert's unlocker to work with Donk's script on my system in order to install Mac OS X in VMware player. I have a Sony laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit. The bios has been patched so that VT-x is locked on. It has 1 drive with 2 partitions - C: system and D: logical which is used for data (my documents, application data, etc). I've installed WMware player 3.1.3 in it's default location (C:/ program files). I placed Alberts unlocker folder containing Donk's script in Windows/system 32 folder and ensured that VMware player is shut down including hqtray.exe. When I run Donk's windows.cmd script using the command prompt as administrator , it produces the following: Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600] Copyright © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:\Windows\System32\macosx_guest_vmware-7>windows.cmd VMware Mac OS X Patcher 1.0.0 ============================= Core=VMware Player InstallPath=C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Player\ VMXPath=C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Player\ UIPath=C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Player\vmwarebase.dll The VMware Authorization Service service was stopped successfully. The VMware USB Arbitration Service service was stopped successfully. Mac OS X guest unlocker for VMware, version 7 Usage: C:\Windows\System32\macosx_guest_vmware-7\windows_32.exe [<vmx dir> <ui p ath>] Where <vmx dir> defaults to C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation and <ui path> defaults to C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\vmwarebase. dll The VMware Authorization Service service is starting. The VMware Authorization Service service was started successfully. The VMware USB Arbitration Service service is starting. The VMware USB Arbitration Service service was started successfully. C:\Windows\System32\macosx_guest_vmware-7> When I then try and create a new virtual machine in VMware player in accordance with Mac Son of Knife's excellent guide, there is no option to select Apple OS X as a guest operating system. If I continue with the installation, the Snow Leopard retail disc is not recognised and it would seem that running the unlocker is having no effect. Any help to get this working would be much appreciated.
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    enhanced gptsync tool

    As a noob, especially when it comes to using command line, could someone provide a brief walk through on how to use this tool, (planning to use it for dual boot purposes). Thanks.
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