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  1. Is a multi-Monitor setup now possible without NvidiaGraphicsFixup, if you're using a newer SMBIOS then iMac14,2 and don't patch the APDP?
  2. From the sourceforge page -> https://sourceforge.net/p/cloverefiboot/code/HEAD/tree/ Or you try version 4423, which can be found here -> https://www.hackintosh-forum.de/index.php/Thread/22146-Clover-Bootloader-aktuelle-und-ältere-Versionen/?postID=404896#post404896
  3. Just finished my test, but didn't had to rename or move the hidden file at all. The unmodified install stick was found by the original MBP which I currently use on holiday. Adding Clover in Version 4423, without changing the hidden file, showed the Installer in the Clover bootmenu also. That means, that you shouldn't have to do anything, since the newest Clover sources seems to tackle the already known issue.
  4. I just create a new Install Stick with TinU (Public) and then try to just rename the file and/or the folder to verify.
  5. As far as I know, the removal of the file ".IAPhysicalMedia" should be sufficient. The following lines from the Clover Sourcecode (loader.c) should explain it: if (StriCmp(CustomPath, MACOSX_LOADER_PATH) == 0 && FileExists(Volume->RootDir, L"\\.IAPhysicalMedia")) { DBG("skipped standard OSX path because volume is 2nd stage Install Media\n"); continue; }
  6. The kext is only used for the install process... You don't have to use it on the EFI-Partition of the SSD afterwards... The SSD will be shown as SSD.
  7. Correct, that's the general idea.
  8. There is also the option to use the Unsolid.kext to prevent the APFS filesystem on SSDs. This kext was created by @Brumbaer and works like a charm.
  9. Don't get me wrong folks, but this function is not available in the latest public release...
  10. Hi, would you be so kind to add a function in which a user would be able to point to the directory in which the macOS-Install-app resides? That would be great, since I have those big files collected outside the usual /Application folder...
  11. In that case my HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH10LS30 seems to do the job...
  12. Shouldn't matter, since 10.13.3 with Drivers .106 shows the following with my GTX1080:
  13. al6042

    AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching

    This looks like your AppleHDA not being original anymore... It seems to missing some of the language "lproj"-files under /Contents/Resources.... Try to get an original Kext and install it into /System/Library/Extensions with tools like "Kext Utility" and see if the problems resolved after a reboot.
  14. al6042

    Elitebook 8470p / HD4000 Fixing DP kills Audio

    Too bad... I don't have the laptop anymore to be of more help... Sorry
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