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About shazeal

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  1. Hi Mald0n, Sorry about that, I have attached the clover/acpi/origin folder it should be what you need, I checked the DSDT and it looks like original. Thanks origin.zip
  2. Hi Mald0n, I need a new DSDT I think, I tried to patch myself but since I updated my BIOS but the online patches are no longer available. I never really got the onboard audio working and used USB instead, hopefully you can help, I attached the Send me files. Thanks! Send me hayaku.zip
  3. I had this same issue with my RX 480, after upgrade to Sierra only one monitor worked. Was using 2 x Display Port connections. Tried using Lilu/Whatevergreen with no result. Previously I was using patched BIOS to work without helper GPU which also did not work. Disabling CSM made no difference. Only solution was to change to HDMI cable for second monitor and even then only 1 of the 2 HDMI ports will work. Were you previously on iMac SMBIOS? Could be to do with the built in display causing this issue EDIT: Confirmed this works for me, can now use 2 x Display port again, and all other ports work normally. I was previously using iMac 17,1
  4. AMD Polaris IDs on Sierra / High Sierra

    Yes perfectly normal. The flash just stops the card from posting (starting up) before OSX is ready for it.
  5. AMD Polaris IDs on Sierra / High Sierra

    This bios flash fixed my issues thanks! Previously my ASUS H170-Plus with Sapphire Nitro RX 480 would switch to using PEG graphics if the cable to the onboard intel was unplugged, but I had to unplug the cable to stop the ghost display showing up. With the BIOS fix everything is working perfectly, also fixes a problem with sleep! (Where youtube/other videos would not play after waking from sleep). I wouldnt do this if you dont have a dual bios card. Otherwise it is not so easy to recover if something is messed up. With dual bios you just flick a switch and card goes back to old bios. What I did. 1) Install windows (can just download windows 10 and skip enter serial) on a spare drive. Wait for Windows to install AMD drivers or download and install from AMD, I just waited for windows to install it. 2) Download a hex editor (I used https://mh-nexus.de/en/hxd/) 3) Download latest AtiFlash from techpowerup and extract to desktop 4) Run cmd.exe as administrator and change to desktop directory 5) Enter command 'atiflash -i' to check GPU is detected. Mine was adapter number 0 (If its not detected you probably dont have the driver installed!) 6) Run, atiflash -s 0 orig.rom 7) Copy orig.rom to new.rom and open new.rom in Hex editor 8) As above post say, replace all '0210DF67' with '02106B67' and save rom 9) Back to cmd.exe and run 'atiflash -f -p 0 new.rom' 10) Shutdown and switch video bios to secondary, boot up and disable onboard graphics etc in bios. Remove windows drive if you dont need it. 11) Reboot and make sure clover boots to MacOS, just shutdown before it boots. (You can still boot the old way using onboard/amd by using the secondary bios if you need to fix any clover stuff at this point). 12) Switch back to main GPU bios and boot up to great black screen with no iGPU used! After booting into OSX using only the RX 480 I also removed any of the iGPU config from clover.
  6. macOS Sierra 10.12.4 is out ...

    Same problem here on ga-b75m-d3h with i5-2500 maybe a bios setting? Gonna have a play later.
  7. Had similar issues (Laggy input, sleep issues, some KP on boot randomly) some time ago on my wifes machine which has a similar motherboard. Was a USB issue. Fixed by enabling XHCI/EHCI hand off in the BIOS and installing the Generic XHCI kext (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/286860-genericusbxhci-usb-30-driver-for-os-x-with-source/).
  8. well it was 1 day 22 hours... update has only been out 3 days... 09:44am up 3 days 0:45, 6 users, load average: 0.64, 0.82, 0.90
  9. Very stable for me 07:22am up 1 day 22:23, 5 users, load average: 0.46, 0.63, 0.58
  10. Well since you can have Clover and Chameleon installed at the same time (Clover in EFI, Chameleon in MBR), its risk free. And as far as how hard it is... its no harder than Chameleon (Easier IMO), it just has better documentation.
  11. I "upgraded" by doing a fresh install via USB drive (Using the OS X Base System style installer) then using the migration tool to restore apps/settings from Time Machine backup. Mostly painless, a couple of Apps (Crashplan/BTSync) did not transfer correctly. And Steermouse was missing the registration info just had to re-enter, everything else worked perfectly. I have the i5 2500 CPU as well... For the installer using clover I had to use NullCPU kext as well as FakeSMC or the installer would not boot. Once installed it runs fine without NullCPU kext. All the Kexts on the installer had to be located in <EFI Drive>/EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.10 or they were not loaded.
  12. VoodooHDA 2.8.5 for Mavericks (Slice + AnV) (Signed!)

    Works great, just had to edit the igain and set to 0
  13. OS-X Installation stuck at gray screen

    I had exactly the same issue using the Uni***** 3.01 tool, only solution I could find was to delete the NVDA*.kext from /S/L/E on the USB stick. This lets me boot perfectly on the USB installer. I had previously tried creating an installer using the Mavericks.app directly but that had no way of removing those Kexts. No amount of fiddling with Clover options would fix it. This is with 2 different machines both using a GTX 760 Nvidia card. Also technically disabling the GraphicsEnabler/Inject should not work anyway since the cards do not require Injection to work. Is there some way to blacklist kexts like you can with modules in Linux?
  14. I have the same issue but with Intel HD 3000 card. Exactly same symptoms, screen freezes, mouse still moves, system still works in the background.
  15. Thanks heaps for this. I have a question though, how did you figure this out? Is there a way to get the VM to boot into Single User or Verbose mode?