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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from Bronya in [RELEASE] Open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support   
    I have added Min/Max Ratio to my Open Source fork as well. I've uploaded it here as well as the original post. This should resolve all clock speed issues.
    CLOVERX64.efi
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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from Gigamaxx in [RELEASE] Open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support   
    Absolutely - my fork should work just fine on Intel. I was careful not to break anything relating to Intel CPU support.
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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from Shaneee in [RELEASE] Open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support   
    I'm not sure it's at a stage where its ready to be upstreamed but once it is ill definitely contact the clover guys.  
    Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk
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    shawnanastasio reacted to vanxining in [RELEASE] Open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support   
    It works for Ryzen 1700X and MSI B350 MORTAR.
    Many thanks!
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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from TheRacerMaster in [RELEASE] Open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support   
    Hi all,
     
    After realizing that Clover doesn't work on AMD Ryzen systems and the only solution is to use a closed-source fork, I set out to implement Ryzen support in Clover myself and share the results.
    The source can be found at https://github.com/shawnanastasio/Clover-Ryzen and I've attached a build to this post.
     
    I have confirmed that it boots on my Ryzen 7 1800X system, but I have not tried booting macOS yet. If anybody has a Ryzen hackintosh set up, I'd love to hear if it works for you. To try it out, just replace your current BOOT/BOOTX64.efi and CLOVER/CLOVERX64.efi with the attached build.
     
    Feedback is welcome!
     
    ============
    Update 7/1/17: Add support for fractional multipliers (like 39.5). Link to download.
    ============
     
    Old Downloads:
    Update 6/30/17: Fix max/min ratio detection as well as FSB detection. Link to download.
    Update 6/29/17: Add automatic CPU max/min ratio detection. Should resolve clock speed issues. Link to download.
    CLOVERX64.efi
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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from TheRacerMaster in [RELEASE] Open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support   
    Hi all,
     
    After realizing that Clover doesn't work on AMD Ryzen systems and the only solution is to use a closed-source fork, I set out to implement Ryzen support in Clover myself and share the results.
    The source can be found at https://github.com/shawnanastasio/Clover-Ryzen and I've attached a build to this post.
     
    I have confirmed that it boots on my Ryzen 7 1800X system, but I have not tried booting macOS yet. If anybody has a Ryzen hackintosh set up, I'd love to hear if it works for you. To try it out, just replace your current BOOT/BOOTX64.efi and CLOVER/CLOVERX64.efi with the attached build.
     
    Feedback is welcome!
     
    ============
    Update 7/1/17: Add support for fractional multipliers (like 39.5). Link to download.
    ============
     
    Old Downloads:
    Update 6/30/17: Fix max/min ratio detection as well as FSB detection. Link to download.
    Update 6/29/17: Add automatic CPU max/min ratio detection. Should resolve clock speed issues. Link to download.
    CLOVERX64.efi
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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from TheRacerMaster in [RELEASE] Open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support   
    Hi all,
     
    After realizing that Clover doesn't work on AMD Ryzen systems and the only solution is to use a closed-source fork, I set out to implement Ryzen support in Clover myself and share the results.
    The source can be found at https://github.com/shawnanastasio/Clover-Ryzen and I've attached a build to this post.
     
    I have confirmed that it boots on my Ryzen 7 1800X system, but I have not tried booting macOS yet. If anybody has a Ryzen hackintosh set up, I'd love to hear if it works for you. To try it out, just replace your current BOOT/BOOTX64.efi and CLOVER/CLOVERX64.efi with the attached build.
     
    Feedback is welcome!
     
    ============
    Update 7/1/17: Add support for fractional multipliers (like 39.5). Link to download.
    ============
     
    Old Downloads:
    Update 6/30/17: Fix max/min ratio detection as well as FSB detection. Link to download.
    Update 6/29/17: Add automatic CPU max/min ratio detection. Should resolve clock speed issues. Link to download.
    CLOVERX64.efi
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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from TheRacerMaster in [RELEASE] Open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support   
    Hi all,
     
    After realizing that Clover doesn't work on AMD Ryzen systems and the only solution is to use a closed-source fork, I set out to implement Ryzen support in Clover myself and share the results.
    The source can be found at https://github.com/shawnanastasio/Clover-Ryzen and I've attached a build to this post.
     
    I have confirmed that it boots on my Ryzen 7 1800X system, but I have not tried booting macOS yet. If anybody has a Ryzen hackintosh set up, I'd love to hear if it works for you. To try it out, just replace your current BOOT/BOOTX64.efi and CLOVER/CLOVERX64.efi with the attached build.
     
    Feedback is welcome!
     
    ============
    Update 7/1/17: Add support for fractional multipliers (like 39.5). Link to download.
    ============
     
    Old Downloads:
    Update 6/30/17: Fix max/min ratio detection as well as FSB detection. Link to download.
    Update 6/29/17: Add automatic CPU max/min ratio detection. Should resolve clock speed issues. Link to download.
    CLOVERX64.efi
  9. Like
    shawnanastasio got a reaction from TheRacerMaster in [RELEASE] Open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support   
    Hi all,
     
    After realizing that Clover doesn't work on AMD Ryzen systems and the only solution is to use a closed-source fork, I set out to implement Ryzen support in Clover myself and share the results.
    The source can be found at https://github.com/shawnanastasio/Clover-Ryzen and I've attached a build to this post.
     
    I have confirmed that it boots on my Ryzen 7 1800X system, but I have not tried booting macOS yet. If anybody has a Ryzen hackintosh set up, I'd love to hear if it works for you. To try it out, just replace your current BOOT/BOOTX64.efi and CLOVER/CLOVERX64.efi with the attached build.
     
    Feedback is welcome!
     
    ============
    Update 7/1/17: Add support for fractional multipliers (like 39.5). Link to download.
    ============
     
    Old Downloads:
    Update 6/30/17: Fix max/min ratio detection as well as FSB detection. Link to download.
    Update 6/29/17: Add automatic CPU max/min ratio detection. Should resolve clock speed issues. Link to download.
    CLOVERX64.efi
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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from TheRacerMaster in Ryzen Clover Installation Guide macOS Sierra   
    Hi all,
     
    I've created an open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support but don't have a hackintosh set up to test booting macOS yet. If someone wants to try it out, feedback would be greatly appreciated!
     
    I've created a thread for it here http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/324831-release-open-source-clover-fork-with-ryzen-support/
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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from TheRacerMaster in [RELEASE] Open-source Clover fork with Ryzen support   
    Hi all,
     
    After realizing that Clover doesn't work on AMD Ryzen systems and the only solution is to use a closed-source fork, I set out to implement Ryzen support in Clover myself and share the results.
    The source can be found at https://github.com/shawnanastasio/Clover-Ryzen and I've attached a build to this post.
     
    I have confirmed that it boots on my Ryzen 7 1800X system, but I have not tried booting macOS yet. If anybody has a Ryzen hackintosh set up, I'd love to hear if it works for you. To try it out, just replace your current BOOT/BOOTX64.efi and CLOVER/CLOVERX64.efi with the attached build.
     
    Feedback is welcome!
     
    ============
    Update 7/1/17: Add support for fractional multipliers (like 39.5). Link to download.
    ============
     
    Old Downloads:
    Update 6/30/17: Fix max/min ratio detection as well as FSB detection. Link to download.
    Update 6/29/17: Add automatic CPU max/min ratio detection. Should resolve clock speed issues. Link to download.
    CLOVERX64.efi
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    shawnanastasio reacted to TheRacerMaster in [HELP] install lion on external hard drive?   
    Instead of waiting for someone to do it for you, you should have tried it yourself. And yes: you can install OS X on an external hard drive.
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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from theconnactic in AMD Lion Kernel   
    I thought the same thing theconnactic, however I soon realized that Mountain Lion is 100% 64-bit ONLY, so if this did work, only those with AMD Bulldozer cpus with SSSE3 would be able to actually start the OS. We need those SSSE3 > SSE3 Translations! (But no rush, i'm fine on ubuntu until i can get a modern version of OS X on this computer)
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    shawnanastasio reacted to Devout in [AMD] 10.7.3 Guide - Experimental Only   
    Sounds really strange but unplug mouse and keyboard and booting and are you sure your drive is set to AHCI also in BIOS?
     
    update: going to see where I get stuck when my drive is not set to AHCI. BRB
    update 2: Yepp it gets stuck there when my drive is set to IDE, instead of AHCI.
    update 3: Added some more FAQs.
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    shawnanastasio reacted to Gringo Vermelho in Someone wanna just give me a link to Un ib east please?   
    If TonyMac's point-and-click tools were the only way to successfully install OS X on a PC, InsanelyMac wouldn't exist.
     
    Besides, why do you even want to use their product if you're banned from there, where will you go for help when it all falls apart? We can't support their tools here.
    History will show that anyone you might come across on InsanelyMac who use TonyMac products are just as clueless as you (nothing personal!), and so they won't be able to help you either.
     
    I recommend you use something else, or make your own. There is no special magic sauce in their tools, you can get the exact same ingredients here and elsewhere.
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    shawnanastasio reacted to Rampage Dev in TonyMacx86 and Mac Man Steal Again   
    This is from "their" realtek ethernet kext:
     
     
     
     
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    shawnanastasio reacted to TheRacerMaster in [WIP] [GUIDE] HP Pavilion dv7 4087cl Lion Installation   
    This is a work-in-progress guide to install Mac OS X Lion 10.7.4 on the HP Pavilion dv7 4087cl. This guide may work for other HP laptops, but you will have to make some changes with kext installation and what not.



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    Here's a quick heads up of what's working on this lappy and what's not.


    What is working:
    Intel Core i5 430M - All core and threads working with lapic_fix kernel
    Trackpad & Keyboard - Some basic gestures working with PS2 kext
    Sound - Works with patched VoodooHDA
    CD/DVD burner - Works perfectly without any kexts
    Webcam - Works perfectly without any kexts
    Ethernet - Works with Lnx2Mac's RTL81xx ethernet kext
    Shutdown and restart - Works without any configuration
    Native resolution - Works with "Graphics Mode"="1600x900x32"
    SD Card reader - Works fine without any kexts, but works better with AnyCardReader kext
    Some media keys - Play, mute, and volume key, stop key works as rewind key
    What is not working:
    QE/CI - OS X always boots with the Intel HD graphics card, and never uses the ATI card
    WiFi - OS X is not compatible with Intel WiFi cards at all
    Fingerprint reader - OS X is not compatible with fingerprint readers at all

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    Creating OS X Lion Installer USB and Installing OS X Lion



    You'll need access to a Mac, an 8 GB or bigger USB, and Install Mac OS X Lion.app from the App Store.



    Get the latest Installer pack from the Updates section!


     
    1. Open Applications>Utilities>Disk Utility and select your USB drive in the sidebar. Then go to the Partition tab. Select 1 partition, Mac OS X Extended (Journaled), and Master Boot Record in Options. Name it Lion Installer. Then click Apply.
    2. Right click your Install Mac OS X Lion application, then click Show Package Contents. Open Contents, then SharedSupport. Double click InstallESD.dmg.
    3. Open Applications>Utilities>Terminal and type the following command:
    open /Volumes/Mac\ OS\ X\ Install\ ESD/BaseSystem.dmg Then quit Terminal.
    4. Open Disk Utility again, and select Mac OS X Base System in the sidebar. Click the Restore tab, drag Lion Installer to the Destination box, and click Restore. Once the restore finishes, right click BaseSystem.dmg and click Eject Disk Image.
    5. Open Mac OS X Install ESD in Finder. Copy the Packages folder. Then go to Mac OS X Base System>System>Installation and delete the Packages symlink. Then paste the Packages folder.
    6. Install the latest Chameleon bootloader to Mac OS X Base System. You can download it from here: http://www.insanelym...howtopic=2310757. Open Mac OS X Base System in Finder. Delete the Extra folder if it is there. Copy the Extra folder from the Installer Pack to Mac OS X Base System.
    8. Go to Mac OS X Base System>System>Library>Extensions and delete all files that begin with AppleIntelHD. Then copy the files in the System Extensions folder in the Installer Pack to Mac OS X Base System>System>Library>Extensions.
    9. To patch the installer for MBR partition tables, download the correct version of the MBR patch for your version of OS X (http://www.osx86.net...pkg_10.7.x.html) and copy the files to the locations in the HowTo.txt with the MBR patch.
    10. Place your USB stick in your HP dv7, then boot it. Press F9 when you see the HP logo, then select your USB. Once you are at the Chameleon boot screen, press enter.
    11. You should reach the Mac OS X Installer. Go to Utilities>Disk Utility and format your partition as Mac OS X Extended (Journaled). Name it Lion. Click Apply. Then close Disk Utility and install to your partition.

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    Post Installation



    Get the latest Post Install pack from the Updates section!


     
    12. Boot with the USB stick again. This time, go to Utilities >Terminal. Type in the following commands:
    cd /Volumes/Lion/System/Library/Extensions rm -rf AppleIntelHD* Now quit Terminal and reboot.
    13. Boot with the USB stick again, but this time select your Lion installation. Type in the following boot flags.
    cpus=1 You should reach the setup screen. For setup, you'll need to use a USB keyboard and mouse (you'll only need this for setup).
    14. Once setup is complete, download the post installation pack. Unzip it, and copy the Extra folder to your OS X Lion partition. Then run the Realtek RTL81xx and VoodooHDA installers. Set up FaceTime, iCloud, and Messages. Then install the lapic_fix kernel for your version of OS X. Then install the included Chameleon bootloader.
    15. Go to the Kexts to Install folder. Drag all the kext files onto the Kext Utility application in Apps. Enter your password and continue. Once it finishes, quit Kext Utility.
    16. Copy the DisplayProductID-717 in the installer pack file to System>Library>Displays>Overrides>DisplayVendorID-756e6b6e.
    17. Patch AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement for your version of OS X. You can search the forum for help with this. Run the patch as sudo, then reboot.
     

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    You are now done with installing OS X on your HP Pavilion dv7 4087cl!



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    This guide could not have been possible without some awesome people:


     
    Thanks to the VoodooProjects team and the Chameleon team for Chameleon bootloader, and all other Chameleon devs
    Thanks to netkas and ProjectOSX for FakeSMC
    Thanks to nawcom and ProjectOS X for VoodooHDA audio kext
    Thanks to Lnx2Mac for RealtekRTL81xx ethernet kext
    Thanks to finntriel on OSx86.net for uploading the lapic patched kernels for Lion
    Thanks to maxhello on OSx86.net for uploading the lapic patched kernels for Mountain Lion
    Thanks to manor for the Intel HD Graphics kexts
    Thanks to AnV for AnyCardReader
    Thanks to smartie77 on OSx86.net for uploading the PS2 trackpad kexts
    Thanks to nawcom for the MBR patches
    Special thanks to InsanelyMac and the OSx86 community for making this possible. You guys are awesome!
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    shawnanastasio got a reaction from MizzPrincezz in Before you begin "There is no keyboard connected to your computer"   
    This method is not as good as the ones mentioned above but this worked for me: 1. Boot into Lion installation media (in my case a [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] drive), 2. Open Terminal, 3. Type "cd /Volumes/(Insert drive name)/var/db", 4. Type "touch .AppleSetupDone", 5. Type "resetpassword" 6. Select your drive at the top and change root password in dialog, 7. Reboot, 8. Log on as "root" 9. Create new user account from System Preferences.
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