Jump to content

Morpheus NS

  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Morpheus NS

  • Rank
    InsanelyMac Geek
  • Birthday 11/19/1981

Contact Methods

  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Novi Sad, Serbia

Recent Profile Visitors

3,720 profile views
  1. AppleHDA Patcher

  2. Update or not to update Clover...

    I like to have the latest versions of all the software I have on my machine, but when it comes to Clover I see no need to update it regularly. If it works there is really no need to change anything.
  3. Did you try darkwake=10 flag? On my motherboard (which is, I guess by the name, very similar to yours) it works perfectly fine. I don't use internal graphics, maybe that makes the difference.
  4. os x not showing in bootable usb/clover !

    I guess it's not ready since the latest version I found is 2.1.2016... I created my USB from Sierra with createinstallmedia method. I was never comfortable with creating USB on Windows. The last time I had to use Windows for that, I made a virtual machine and used pre-made .vmdk image of macOS Sierra, then created USB installer from this virtual machine. apfs.efi is needed if you want to use Apple'snew file system, if you want to stay with HFS+ you are good to go with only HFSPlus.efi.
  5. os x not showing in bootable usb/clover !

    Here you go: https://www.sendspace.com/file/k92tc6 Use it only as an example of what you need to have. It won't work on your machine because it is made for High Sierra and my motherboard is different (among other things). Basically: - you need FakeSMC.kext and (possibly) NullCPUPowerManagement.kext in Clover/kexts/10.12 - you also need your ethernet kext and maybe USBInjectAll.kext in the same folder - you need to replace VBoxHFS-64.efi with HFSPlus.efi - you need OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi (or OsxAptioFixDrv-64.efi, but I always use v2) - you need to edit your config.plist and add FakeCPUID for your CPU, it looks like this: <key>KernelAndKextPatches</key> <dict> <key>FakeCPUID</key> <string>0x0506E3</string> You should be able to reach the installer using these files and settings. EDIT: drivers-Off? I have never seen anything like that. I guess those are inactive/disabled drivers (simply because of the name). You can also see my clover installation screen: Perhaps you should try reinstalling clover on your USB with these settings just to be sure. EDIT2: When you reach clover screen (the one from your screenshot, with disks), press O on your keyboard, go to "Binaries Patching" and UNCHECK AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement Patch, CHECK Kernel PM Patch and AppleRTC Patch. IF you did everything right with BootDiskUtility (I have really never used it, so I cannot help with that), these two posts should get you going. EDIT3: Make sure that your BooterConfig and CSRActiveConfig look like this in config.plist: <key>RtVariables</key> <dict> <key>BooterConfig</key> <string>0x28</string> <key>CsrActiveConfig</key> <string>0x67</string> </dict>
  6. os x not showing in bootable usb/clover !

    There's no need, it works fine without renaming. Just remove VBoxHFS-64.efi if you have it in the same folder.
  7. os x not showing in bootable usb/clover !

    Do you have HFSPlus.efi in Clover's EFI/EFI/Clover/drivers64UEFI (or drivers64 if you have BIOS)? It seems to me that your Clover is installed properly on USB but it doesn't see HFS partition on USB... it needs a driver for that. HFSPlus.efi.zip
  8. No, I am using Samsung 750 EVO SSD. I was trying to experiment with CSM option (without fully understanding it) to get the full resolution in bootloader with my Asus Geforce 210. The next morning I couldn't boot from my SSD or USB with an error message I've never seen before (6 years of hackintosh "experience"). After countless hours of trying different things and failing, I tried booting with "-x -f" and got to the macOS. Then I repaired kernel cache and everything seems to be fine for now. My APFS is very fast, the improvement is noticeable over HFS+, I am very happy with it so far.
  9. I will answer to myself, maybe it helps someone down the road: 1) Don't touch UEFI options if everything works! 2) If you do, use "-x NoCaches" and rebuild kextcache, because it is corrupted EDIT: replaced -f with NoCaches. Replaced kernel cache with kextcache. What the h*ll was I thinking, Chameleon?
  10. Anything in particular? I’ve checked and rechecked multiple times, I cannot find anything wrong. I did go into UEFI settings last night, but I don’t remember changing anything related to ACPI. And I successfully booted after that... weird.
  11. My High Sierra installation suddenly stopped working this morning. I get only the stop sign, verbose mode shows this: followed by “Still waiting for root device”. It doesn’t matter how I try to boot, from SSD or USB... any suggestions?
  12. Thank you, @fabiosun , solved!
  13. I guess it's just NVMe...
  14. How do you guys enable trim on High Sierra with APFS? And do you? I've read about some problems (long boot?) if trim command is used in Terminal, so I am still running my APFS SSD without it.