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  1. /!\ DO NOT DELETE APPLEHDA /!\ VoodooHDA only works if you've added the necessary AppleHDADisabler along with it. It's not compatible with AppleHDA. If you get audio working with VoodooHDA, you may use DPCIManager app to confirm audio is indeed ALC662. Failing that, try and switch to AppleHDA with AppleALC method which requires Lilu kext: https://github.com/acidanthera/AppleALC/wiki/Supported-codecs https://github.com/acidanthera/AppleALC/releases https://github.com/acidanthera/Lilu/releases
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    HP GeForce GT630 supported?

    Once you grasped it, you realise it's actually very simple and it only takes 5 to 10mins to complete. The principles are the same for all devices.
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    Mojave and intel Q9550

    AMD Radeon RX 560 is supported. If you run a Search for that card, you'll find threads about it being successfully used in Mojave. You need to understand that Mojave restricts graphics support/acceleration to cards that are Metal compatible; this because that's the technology Apple have chosen to pursue in a switch from OpenGL. As such, rolling back older kexts from an earlier macOS release for an older unsupported card is limited both in terms of success and time. I've read that this is no longer working in beta versions of 10.14.4.
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    Suggestions for a dedicated GC

    GT1030 is Pascal and therefore unsupported in Mojave… But it runs perfectly in High Sierra with nVidia's Web Driver.
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    Boot errors on 10.8.5 (stuck)

    You're meant to place the generated SSDT.aml in Clover's aCPI:patched folder...
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    Boot errors on 10.8.5 (stuck)

    iMac14,1 is indeed going to be Ok; iMac14,2 might be a little better since that was sold with an i5-4570... Re: CPUPM, I meant this: https://github.com/Piker-Alpha/ssdtPRGen.sh Don't you remember? If you appear to have full CPU power management/SpeedStep, then Ok, forget about the CPU PM SSDT. But then, if you're running XPCM, you should not drop any power management SSDT in your Clover Config. Your config does not appear kosher to me on that matter at the moment. But maybe I'm wrong. If you still don't get full graphics acceleration on your HD4600 iGPU, try and add Rehabman's FakePCIID + FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphics kexts. Those should sort you out. I don't know if Lilu + WEG are actually supported in ML ; they came out much much later...
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    Boot errors on 10.8.5 (stuck)

    Why on earth did you activate Generate P States + Generate C States ? That's for C2D/C2Q and 1st gen Intel "i" Core CPUs. For Haswell and ML, I'm pretty sure you have to generate your own CPU power management SSDT with Pike R Alpha's well-known SSDT generator. You already have KernelPm patch enabled so that's Ok. Sorry for the SMBIOS, I did not check which platforms were supported... Having had a look at your raw ACPI tables, adjust your Clover ACPI config with the following device renaming/patches: rename GFX0 to IGPU rename BOD3 to HDAU
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    Boot errors on 10.8.5 (stuck)

    Remove "Inject ATI" and try iMac14,4 SMBIOS (that model ran in HD5000 iGPU). I think you'd have to generate your CPU PM SSDT. I'd also remove Lilu + WEG to begin with. You're not going to get any support for your AMD card anyway, so... Ideally, disable the PCIe GPU in BIOS if possible. USBInjectAll can be removed, that's only applicable as of El Capitan. Finally, can you extract your DSDT so that we look at it and evaluate the need for further patches (like renaming if the iGPU device)?
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    HP GeForce GT630 supported?

    You mean in SysProfiler, like this? It's only cosmetic but, as you can see, yes, it can be added. It's a simple matter of injecting the info into DSDT; Clover light support injecting this too but it'd be a little too complicated. You'd inject the necessary info through DSM methods inserted under each associated device, identified in IOReg. You may look into the following DSDT for sample code. Look for the DSM methods injected under device HDEF (audio), GLAN (GigEthernet) and SDXC (SD card reader). E6230_DSDT.aml.zip
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    Boot errors on 10.8.5 (stuck)

    Without graphics acceleration, you're limited to VESA mode which will try and apply the max. resolution to the output screen. Why don't you post a zipped copy of your Clover EFI folder?
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    Suggestions for a dedicated GC

    'sounds like your computer will only support low-end low-profile cards for which there are existing threads re: Mojave. Look these up. A few examples: nVidia Kepler (the only generation supported in Mojave): GeForce GT710, GT720, GT730 AMD (GCN1.0 and above required for Mojave): Radeon R5 240, R7 240, R7 250 Do a Search on the forum. Eg:
  12. Seems you're not installing Clover in the right place. You'll have to enlighten us on the manner in which you actually complete this update installation. Take screenshots...
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    Boot errors on 10.8.5 (stuck)

    If you can currently boot without replacing the AppleACPIPlatform kext, then I guess it's not required. ML 10.8.5 supported Haswell platforms so, one would expect you'd be able to run on the HD4600 iGPU. I guess you know what to do in that respect...
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    Boot errors on 10.8.5 (stuck)

    1st of all, you can forget about gettin the RX580 working under Mountain Lion; you should have sussed that out by yourself by now... It's going back a few years now but, as far as I can recall, Mountain Lion usually required to replace vanilla AppleACPIPlatform kext by version v1.3.6 from Snow Leopard.
  15. Make sure you don't have 2 x default gateways or something like that that would ruin things. Why don't you post the full IP settings of each interface + complete routing table?
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    A few post install questions...

    You'd have to specify how and where you installed Cover but in all likelihood, you have to mount the EFI partition of your USB key or HDD/SSD if you want to view your Clover folder and edit your config file... Clover Configurator will help you do that.
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    HP GeForce GT630 supported?

    @millusions, I don't duplicate stuff on multiple forums... The thread I linked above explains how you can install the complete lspci utility through extraction from Conti's old myHack app. Conti's site remains online so you can follow the procedure I detailed in the thread.
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    Mojave and intel Q9550

    No, not a patched telemetry plugin per sé, but a replacement of the Mojave version of the plugin by that of, say, High Sierra. This in order to circumvent the SSE4.2 CPU requirement imposed by default in Mojave which impacts all Core2Duo/Core2Quad platforms such as yours based on Q9950 which is SSE4.1 only. Without this trick, your system will KP and reset/reboot when booting Mojave. There are dozens of threads on the matter and you may look here, for instance, for procedure details in respect of this telemetry plugin matter. With regards to grpahics cards, it'll be Kepler generation GeForce GT600 or GT700 Series only, not Fermi generation or otherwise. Very important since Mojave only supports nVidia cards of the Kepler generation. For AMD cards, you need models with GCN1.0 architecture minimum. Plenty of threads on the matter of graphics cards for Mojave on this forum and elsewhere. You can run a search.
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    HP GeForce GT630 supported?

    Mojave only supports nVidia cards of the Kepler generation. Nothing before (Metal compatibility oblige) and nothing after (lack of Web Driver oblige). There are several versions of the GT630, based on different nVidia generations so you'll have to identify which chip your card is based on. https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/?generation=GeForce+600&sort=generation If you install the lspci package, the chip will be reported in the IOReg info reported by commands such as lspci -nn for instance. This version of the HP GeForce GT630 is Kepler.
  20. Did you make any search on the matter at all? https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/1969-guide-for-enabling-vga-dp-dvi-and-hdmi-in-intel-hd3000-gpu/ You apply patches to your SNB Framebuffer via Clover. Make sure these are adequate...
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    Booting High Sierra

    Plenty of existing threads re: graphics on Mojave. Use the forum Search facility. You may consult other sites and Google too. NB: No need to quote every single message you directly reply to. Let's avoid the parrot effect...
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    Booting High Sierra

    Mojave only supports graphics cards that are Metal compatible. Regarding nVidia cards, support is limited to cards of the Kepler generation (at which Metal compatibility started) and those work OOB. However, no subsequent nVidia generation (eg: Maxwell, Pascal, ...) is supported due to lack of native drivers and lack of nVidia Web Driver (Apple and nVidia having separated pending divorce, reconciliation unlikely for the time being). Kepler cards Kepler 2.0 cards Your older Tesla GT9600 is not Metal compatible and therefore will not work under Mojave per sé, but you can still get OpenGL-only graphics acceleration with minor defects if you install/cache/inject the nVidia drivers from High Sierra. 10.13 still supported those nVidia architectures... On the AMD front, Metal compatibility starts with GCN1.0 architecture. As such, your Radeon HD 7770 would have worked with Lilu + WEG kexts and the radpg=15 boot option/parameter, had it not die.. For the rest, Mojave requires a CPU with full SSE4.1/SSE4.2 instructions set, so older C2D/C2Q with SSE4.1-only instructions are not supported, at least not officially and not without a little trick (cf. telemetry plugin rollback). Your Sandy Bridge i5-2400 CPU meets the required specs on that front. In most cases, Mojave cannot be installed because of: 1) specifications not matching the minimum requirements (CPU, graphics card) 2) incorrect Clover settings, especially the selected SMBIOS model
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    Would this build work?

    Work for what? If you meant for Hackintosh purposes, note that Pascal cards such as the GTX 1080 are unsupported in Mojave due to lack of WebDriver. Mojave only supports nVidia Kepler cards. GTX 1080 will be supported in High Sierra though.
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    Would this build work?

    GTX1080 is a Pascal card: not supported in Mojave due to lack of nVidia Web Driver. Mojave only supports nVidia Kepler cards.
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    Booting High Sierra

    GraphicsEnabler flag? Erm... that's a Chameleon/Enoch option!
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