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  1. In this Guide I will explain step by step how to install Mac OSX High Sierra 10.13.5 over an Acer Aspire E1-572-53GN. 1st: Get a copy of Niresh High Sierra on Hackintosh Zone Create an USB with the DMG file. You will get BOOTLOADER partion And High Sierra Installer partition Use Disk Utility to restore those partitions over an 16Gb USB Pen Drive Use this config.plist provided in this Tutorial and put in /EFI/CLOVER partition of your USB After create these USB with Niresh, boot your Laptop Install High Sierra. After installation boot with this Pen Drive Again and do in terminal this dd if=/dev/disk*s1 (your pen drive) of=/dev/disk0s1 bs=4m Reboot Load MacOS High Sierra from Clover You are done. Now you has an Acer Aspire with High Sierra 10.13 Apple Store Update 10.13.5 Let the system do it for you. Install Voodoohda 2.9.0 v12 My Acer Aspire I had changed the LCD with an 1920x1080p Full HD I´m using an WN725n V3 USB Wi-Fi Install the driver for Wi-fi from the TP-Link Web Site Now you are done! Enjoy! config.plist
  2. Hello everyone! Last week I received my Broadcom BCM94352Z (model DW1560) from Newegg, installed it into my Dell Inspiron 5558, and I can't get it to work in macOS 10.13.5. I thought that I might have received a knockoff, so I tried it in Linux Mint, and it recognized it as a BCM4352 and worked perfectly! I've tried almost everything I could find online and nothing is working (see below). Any help would be greatly appreciated! Methods I Tried: FakePCIID, FakePCIID_Broadcom_WiFi, BrcmPatchRAM2, BrcmFirmwareRepo I've also used AirportBrcmFixup and BrcmFirmwareData when injecting with Clover Laptop Specifications (Closest to MacBookAir 17,1, using SMBIOS for MacBook Pro 12,1) Intel Core i5-5250U Intel HD 6000 Graphics 8GB RAM 1 TB Hard Drive ALC3234 (apparently equivalent to ALC255 according to the net) Originally Intel Wireless, now BCM94352Z
  3. Première bêta... macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 beta (17F35e)
  4. Running my hack now using the iMac Pro SMBIOS, as some may know 10.13.6 has killed Overclocking on most if not all machines. Would someone have a list of the performance patches ( @PMheart , @nmano ) that i can test? Maybe a list of 10.13.5 and list of 10.13.6 patches if possible...