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AnssaienlyMac

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About AnssaienlyMac

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    InsanelyMac Protégé

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    Love-Maker94@hotmail.com
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    http://www.youtube.com/AhmedAnssaienPlays
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    lovemaker94

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    Male
  • Location
    MOR, Tetouan
  • Interests
    Repairing Computers Hardware/Software, Gaming, Hacking Game Consoles.

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  1. Successfully upgraded to Mojave from High Sierra 10.13.6 :thumbsup_anim:

  2. I know it's been almost 3 years, but I looked at my reply and yours, and I was like, "What an Idiot I was!" Hahaha I did the trick on High Sierra (found the script on some other website whose name I don't recall) only because the mic was the only thing that wasn't working, and now everything works perfectly! Even back then, I was looking for a way to patch the AppleHDA instead of using a different kext like VoodooHDA or something similar. The word "native" is what caused the confusion.
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    Change CPU Name in About this Mac

    Thanks a bunch! Worked like a charm! <3
  4. Actually, I'm stupid because I never noticed that it said "for Intel motherboards". Lol
  5. Hello, guys! I was wondering if anybody had managed to get a working AppleHDA.kext for MSI X99A SLI PLUS (ALC892). If so, would you share the method you used, please? Thanks!
  6. I've tested all methods, but nothing seemed to work. What am I missing? I have ALC892. config.plist.zip AnssaienlyMac’s iMac.ioreg.zip
  7. UPDATE: Managed to make Apple Store work for the first time ever! I installed IntelMausiEthernet.kext first so it can be assigned to "en0", then I installed my USB WIFI dongle(Brand: Netis. Chipset: Realtek RTL8192CU8). Tried to patch AppleHDA.kext for my ALC892. I can see 4 outputs and 2 input. Only one input works. Everything else doesn't work. I'm still working on it. Hello, everyone! For those who were having problems installing OS X El Capitan on X99A SLI Plus with Core i7 5820K Haswell-E, here's how I fixed it: First of all, I used the RAW USB image from this link: (thepiratebay is down at the moment, just go to thepiratebay.com and it will redirect to the current domain they're using, then type 'el capitan intel pcs' and download the most seeded file you find at the top of the results.) The thing about this image is that it can be installed via Windows using Win32 Disk Imager, for those who want to install OS X for the first time or their OS X got damaged and it cannot be recovered. I used a version of FakeSMC.kext(see attachments) I found by chance, and I replaced the other FakeSMC.kext stored in the USB EFI partition via Windows. (EFI/CLOVER/Kexts/10.11/) In addition to that, I removed Voodoo PS2 controller kext--just to be safe--because I've been having KPs because of it since 2009 on OS X Tiger, Leopard and Snow Leopard. For boot args, I used: -v npci=0x2000 I also enabled Haswell-E patch. If I don't replace FakeSMC.kext with the one attached, I get a KP concerning CPUSensors.kext plugin which can be found inside FakeSMC.kext. I hope this helps. (Posting this from OS X El Capitan) FakeSMC.kext.zip
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    Intel GMA4500 / GL 4x Express Chipset

    That was the old me talking. I read that and I was like, "Did I write that? I'm the one who offers money before people get to know what they need to do for me?!" I guess we live and learn. You have to forgive the old me who didn't know that we can't survive in this capitalistic world if we don't get paid for each service we provide, which is a fact nobody can deny. I can't believe that it's been merely a year. It really seemed like forever ago. Even a year ago, I never asked someone to do something for me for free, just so you know. Mostly I don't ask people to help me on forums--or IRL--just to avoid people who would question my intentions. I either come up with solutions myself or check out random forums for a solution. It's not that I'm ungrateful or anything as if a simple click really does show appreciation. One thing I learned: if you have something bad, don't waste your time improving it. Instead, focus entirely on getting the good thing and get rid of the bad thing. I used to buy a lot of cheap stuff, but if I were smart enough, I'd save for something powerful once and for all. I hope you get the idea. Commercially speaking, what is old should be wrapped up and buried. Developers are busy doing things that are worth their time, and for that, I wish them luck.
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    Intel GMA4500 / GL 4x Express Chipset

    I bet if people were benevolent enough, we would have everything done on the blink of an eye. Unfortunately, everyone embraces the JOKER's philosophy on a daily-basis. (IF YOU'RE GOOD AT SOMETHING, NEVER DO IT FOR FREE!) Never had a chance to meet a legendary programmer. Everyone I meet is a mugle, HarryPotterly speaking. Lmao I do come up with unique solutions to fix dozens of mysterious problems on both Mac and Windows, but that doesn't make me anything more than an ordinary problem solver who doesn't sleep until everything is working perfectly, impressing those of less knowledge unintentionally of course. As long as those who are great at what they're doing -although it's not the same domain- appreciate what I do, I'm proud to be that ordinary problem solver. Moreover, It's the second time that I put my friend's ASUS 9800 GTX in the oven. I need a HQ thermal paste and a copper patch so it can last longer. Here in Morocco, NOT A CHANCE IN HELL! the only thing I could find is a standard 1$ thermal paste that doesn't do S***. Good day, everyone!
  10. WHERE AND HOW? Sorry I didn't expect a reply. My hackmod is all messed up. I had to use a NorthQ Fan and plug its cable in my MoBo after putting my Graphic Card into the oven to refresh the caps. I'm not sure if you're talking about taking pictures of my Hackmod or Benchmark... so please fill me in with more info
  11. My Poor Hackmod is nothing compared to these guys' XD but Still, I'm proud of what I have accomplished so far ...
  12. I have Sapphire RADEON HD 2600 XT (256MB) I tried these kexts, it didn't work, I even tried disabling GraphicsEnabler and many other tricks. none of them worked! If there's a proper way to do so, please share it. THANKS! P.S : too bad, my XFX 8800 GT stopped working due to fan cables problem. It used to work flawlessly with GraphicsEnabler=Yes ONLY. I wish there was a way to buy another one, the city where I live is full of retards who think that silent cards are the best for gaming.
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    Introduce yourself.

    Hello all! My Name is Ahmed Anssaien (Last name sounds like Insane,That's a good start with INSANElymac lol ) .I'm 18 years old.I'm From Morocco, specifically from Tetuan (NORTH). I'm a student, singer/rapper/songwriter/computer doctor & a Parkour player. I love this community for providing many solutions for having a great Hackintosh.It also inspires me to make my own solutions when I'm stuck. Thank you so much. Cheers!
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    10.8.2 Final! (C54)

    Everything's working perfectly , Graphics, Sound, WIFI...EVERYTHING!!! Using the latest update from Mac Apple store.
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    is there another way for me to dual boot mac osx?

    if your bootmgr in your SD card , OS X needs an HFS+ partition. and I don't think your SD card is HFS+ formatted. It'll remove the bootmgr not only replace it. unless you mean the bootmgr file is already in your Hard drive parition.. it won't be touched. and it must be an SDHC card for better performance I guess (32GB)... you can even use your SD card as a GUID Partition Table and when you're done installing OS X, boot with your USB ML installer or DVD or whatever you're using only for the first time and then Install chameleon on SD partition. (before Installing Chameleon make sure you customize the installation and Tick boot0 in Bootloader's section instead of boot0hfs. hope this helps!
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