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Okay guys, I've had much success in getting my Hackintosh to work thanks to all the work here and on Tonymacx86. However there is one thing I cannot get to work no matter what I do is sleep, and I've tried everything I know to do. I've been following this topic to get it done but it seems to be for other iterations of the ASRock Z68 chipset series and sadly not the Extreme3 Gen3. This is a great board and I know plenty of people who have it due to the price / features. At any rate, components: GPU: nVidia 550 Ti 1.5gb (Works great, fully supported now) CPU: Intel Core i5 2500 (no K, I kinda regret it, but I was on a budget) Mobo: ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 Bios Rev. 1.30 I'm using the latest Chimera bootloader, 1.9. Going to sleep works fine, and it stays asleep, waking up is the problem. Since the update to Chimera 1.9 it'll actually takes me back to the desktop upon waking but it freezes immediately. probing syslog via "syslog | grep -i "Wake reason"" gives wake reason: eusb. Uploading my DSDT Any ideas guys? I truly appreciate all the help I've received through this forum! dsdt.dsl.zip
zzmadd posted a topic in General DiscussionI have the USB ports that are messy. It's even hard to explain what happens as it's not linear. At second wake from sleep USBs keyboard and mouse become unusable. If they're plugged on USB3 instead at second wake from sleep the PC...reboots itself. When I reboot at times USB keyb and mouse are not recognised. Front panel USB3 don't work. USB bluetooth after wake from sleep works really bad. Some USB3 drives get stuck while copying forcing a reboot. On Tonymac (sorry) some guy called pastrychef (moderator) tells the story of his build and how he fixed USB. He says Mr RehabMan in person suggests to create a custom SSDT for USBInjectAll.kext Now, being my machine AMD, some of what they suggest to do becomes difficult to process. All in all they say to forget your USBs are working fine unless: 1 you're lucky, 2 you fix them properly. I'm not lucky. Are there permanent fixes because I need sleep to work on my machine and I have all these troubles on USB that affect stability. Thanks all for your help.
sebkulu posted a topic in OSx86 10.9 (Mavericks)Hi there, First of all, I want to say thanks to everyone at insanelymac.com, and RampageDev! I found a ton of useful information here, and thanks to that, was able to build my very first Hackintosh on X79 platform! (not the easiest but I wanted to do it on my gaming rig ) Just finished 10.9 update before upgrading CPU to IB-E 4930K (was using i7 3820 before), and with the patched kernel, I'm now able to boot into OS X 10.9. I have everything working fine excepted for 2-3 glitches. Now, my rig, so you can have an idea: MB: ASRock X79 Fatal1ty Professional CPU: i7 4930K GPU#1: 670GTX GPU#2: 670GTX I'm DSDT Free 'cause DSDT provided by RampageDev in his unified DMG doesn't seem to work on my config this time. Former install, with 2.2 BIOS and i7 3820, it was OK, the DSDT allowed my system to boot up, and to use KEXT provided by RampageDev inside his DMG. So I had to change some KEXT in order to get Network and Audio back. For the Network, I used the modified binary AppleBCM5701Ethernet for Mavericks that has to be put inside AppleBCM5701Ethernet.kext, and edited Info.plist to add device "16b1". For the Sound, I used HDAEnabler1.kext alongside modified AppleHDA.kext for Realtek ALC898. Now, the things I would like to correct, in order to have a fully functional and usable OS 1. Sometimes, boot stops right after having loaded GPUSensors.KEXT... and then nothing happens... Is that because of the outdated sensors KEXT's inside FakeSMC? I'm not quite sure because those KEXT are almost the last ones to be loaded, and, when the system boots up, even if HardwareMonitor reports wrong temperatures, GPU Sensors seem to work OK... 2. I'm having the iMessage "Call Apple Support" error message AGAIN (!!!!!) Any thoughts about that? 3. I can't boot when I install a generated SSDT into /Extra folder. I assume SSDT is correct since I'm using SSDTPRgen.command script that I already used to generate a i5-4770 SSDT which is fully functional... I have tried this when I was still using the i7 3820, didn't retry with i7 4930K though... Do I really have to disable SpeedStep in BIOS in order to achieve proper CPUPowerManagement under OS X? That would be quite annoying since I'm also using this rig as my Windows gaming rig... 4. I can't get properly read temperatures with Hardware Monitor... Does someone know if there exist new sensor KEXT's? PS: I can properly boot into my former 10.8.5 installation that I kept on my backup SSD if it can be useful to enable iMessage (working on 10.8.5, but I didn't log out from service... too scared I cannot log back in ) Thanks!
Egonaut posted a topic in OSx86 10.12 (Sierra)Haven't seen these in one spot yet, so here's what you'll need if you have this combination of components (A relatively popular one as it used to be featured on logicalincrements.com, but not anymore) For booting into Clover, you'll need the FakeCPUID 0x0306A0. There's no other real, non-complicated way around this. You'll also need the iMac 13,2 SMBIOS (Ivy Bridge Model). Use XNU Power Management instead of AICPM, the boot flag for this is: -xcpm You'll also need some kexts, so go ahead and put these in your EFI folder Audio Chipset: Realtek ALC662 (VoodooHDA - Attached) LAN Chipset: Realtek 8111GR (RealtekRTL8111.kext - Attached) NullCPUManagement.kext (Attached) OsxAptioFix2Drv-64 (Should be installed when you install Clover) BIOS on UEFI defaults, with CSM set to UEFI. With all of this, you should get a working installation up in no time. The rest depends upon your GPU, etc. I went ahead and wrote this up in a couple of minutes just a quick reference, I'll probably add more to this though. Realtek ALC662 Audio Fix.zip RealtekRTL8111.kext.zip NullCPUPowerManagement.kext.zip