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  1. PLEASE help! I used to have a perfectly working Leopard iAtkos 7 10.5.8 running with my system (shown below), but since I've upgraded my graphics card from a 9800GTX+ to a GTX 460 I'm now in deep {censored}. Leopard no longer picks it up. I've tried to install iAtkos 7 10.5.8 again I can't boot as the graphics card isn't recognised. The -x command works, but there aren't any drivers to install as the supported nvidia drivers are only for Snow Leopard. "So just install Snow Leopard?" I hear you say. Well I've tried to install iAtkos S3 V2 10.6.3 but to no avail. Whatever way I try to install, I either get kernel panics at boot, or the PC shuts down on boot (verbos reads CPU halted). With iAtkos S3 V2 I've tried the Chameleon 2 RC5 boot loader, the AnVal bootloader, the 10.3.0 kernel, the 10.2.0 kernel, etc. When booting, I always enter my correct FSB, Busratio and Maxmem values. The DVD was burned at 4x, my bios is set to AHCI and I'm installing to an internal sata drive - all completely normal stuff. Every distro installs great, but they never boot. Can someone please help me? I could really do with having this system up and running soon - I do a lot of Final Cut Pro at work and would love to use it at home. System: Asus M3N-HT Deluxe AMD Phenom II 955 BE 6Gb Corsair XMS2 DDR2 EVGA GTX 460 SE Thanks guys! Much appreciated
  2. Hi Everyone , I just put my new GTX 970 in my macpro early 2008 today ! Everything is working (my 3 screens via DVI (2X) and display port (1X). I downloaded the latest webdriver and CUDA drivers. BUT , When i run for exemple the cinebench test from MAXON I only have 35 FPS, which is my previous score with my ATI Radeon 5870 1G memory... I saw a guy making the test on youtube he has 114 FPS !!! I also tested premiere with CUDA but I didn't notice any gain in the workflows or on the effects CUDA is supposed to accelerate. Same in adobe media Encoder , I did rendering with my old ATI : 25 Minutes and with the new gtx : 24:30 ??? Does someone have an idea about that or do I miss something ? I saw some people playing with <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string>nvda_drv=1</string> and things like this ??? but I didn't need that for the card to work... Anyway, thank you very much to anyone with help because for now I'm very disappointed with my new GTX . Robin
  3. Hi! Years ago I was very happy with my "Supermarket-Computer-Hackintosh" running perfectly with Tiger 10.4.3. I loved being a part of the hackintosh community and reading in this forum. But then I decided to finally buy an Apple mac an ended up with the first unibody (Late 2008) MBP. It works well until this day but I want something new. And it has to be very powerful, good value for money and NOT WINDOWS! That means of course I need a new Hackintosh! Unfortunately my knowledge about setting up a good hackintosh system died slowly over the past years and I really need your help with that now. So please take a look at my desired system configuration and tell me if and where I could run into trouble or incompatibilities: Board: Asus Sabertooth Z77 RAM: 16GB (4x4) Corsair Dominator 1600Mhz - Could you give me any information about this board? Its fairly new and I couldn't find anything about it on osx86project.org. CPU: Intel i7 3770K GPU: EVGA Geforce GTX 680 2GB - The Ivy Bridge CPUs aren't released yet but I guess I shouldn't have any problem with it, also not with the GTX 680, what do you think? SSD: 2x120GB Corsair Force GT in RAID 0 - My biggest concern. Will I be able to run OSX Lion on a RAID 0 configuration with a small windows partition in dual boot? LG Blueray RW Drive - Does OSX support Blueray read and write? Maybe with a little workaround? I hope you can help me. Thanks!
  4. Download-Fritz

    IOGraphicsFamily kernel panic

    Hey guys, Since either Developer Preview 2 or 3 I have a strange problem - a kernel panic occurs on each shutdown and each restart. In addition to that CMOS gets cleared on each shutdown (not on restart). The whole dump is available below. If anyone has the same problem, please provide info on which version of OS X it first happened, if it still happened in the latest you tried and which boot loader incl. version you use. It happened for me since DP2 or 3 all the way through to DP6, beta inclusive. I used quite a few Clover builds, v2795 and onwards. I didn't try the builds since v2800, but there is no sign that any of these could fix the problem (I will try them later, of course, probably in the evening); not even that Clover is the cause of the problem. I might do some experiments with some DPs and Clover versions and will update the thread if I succeed. In mean time please share you experiences. Thank you! Full KP: http://www.pastebin.com/HwM0dyEr
  5. Hello everyone! This is my first post and I am a half-noob. A "member" on the process. I have installed an ASUS GTX 560 DC on my pc. When I use the Launchpad for the very first time (as soon as I log in), it comes up with a slightly laggy transition. If I open Mozilla or Final Cur Pro and then I re-open the Launchpad, then it comes up with a really smooth transition. I have modified everything regarding the appropriate graphic texts or the boot.plist, in order for it to be recognized by OS X Lion 10.7.3. The pc specifications are the following. ASUS P8P67 Pro Motherboard Asus Geforce GTX 560 DC (Non -Ti) OS X Lion 10.7.3 (11D50) 16 GB Corsair DDR3 RAM Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks a lot guys! Cheers!
  6. JorgeMenderp

    Post-Login Hangup

    While embarking on this Hackintosh adventure, I've tried to resolve everything myself, but I've hit a serious wall here. For starters, my setup is: CPU: AMD FX-6300 MoBo: Gigabyte 970A-D3 FD Graphics: ASUS GTX 760 Installed on a Sandisk SSD Dual-booted with Windows YosemiteZone distro So, I'm installed, and I can boot up just fine as long as I run my "npci=0x3000" and "PCIRootUID=0" boot flgas. My current issue is that after I type my password in, I am greeted by a neverending spinning beachball. To provide some background on what I think to be the cause, after getting YosemiteZone, I ran Mult. ibeast to get all my drivers and what not set up. I went for DSDT free, and installed my sound and network driver to start. At this point i could still boot, and so I once again went through Mult .ibeastand installed some other fixes such as enabling TRIM, and "1080p Display Mode", which I think to be the culprit. It was obvious that OS X was not taking advantage of my GTX, as large changes in visuals would slowly appear through a sequence of bars. Now, I can't get past the login screen. Some help would be greatly appreciated, as I've reached the end of my Mac knowhow. I tried Cmd+L, to hopefully bring up a log of what is the cause of this hangup, but I suppose that isn't possible before login. Thanks.
  7. My System is: MB: Asus ROG Maximus VII HERO (BIOS 2304) [VT-d: disabled; SATA: AHCI mode; SecureBoot: OtherOS] CPU: Intel i5 4670K Storage: Samsung SSD EVO 256Gb (Mac OSX) + OCZ SSD 128Gb (Windows 8.1) + Other storage HD's in NTFS GPU: MSI 580GTX Lightning 1536MB PCIE RAM: 8GB G-Skill DDR3-2400 Wireless: Apple iMac WF-AC360 Desktop PCI-1X BCM94360CD Monitors: ASUS (2K) DVI + HP w2207h (1440p) HDMI 1. Create a bootable USB Flash Drive Format the USB Fash Drive in GUID and name it "Install" Insure the OS X Yosemite.app is in your Application folder In terminal run the following script sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Yosemite.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Install --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Yosemite.app --nointeraction Now install Clover_v2k_r3185 (or newer) to the Install USB Follow this options: Run Clover Configurator [check in the Inject Nvidia if you have a GTX 580 like me] Copy FakeSMC kexts to /EFI/Clover/kexts/10.10 Reboot PC and select to start with the USB Flash Drive in UEFI mode In Clover menu, select the USB Flash Drive 2. Make the Yosemite installation on the HDD After get to the installation menu: Format in GUID the HDD where you wanna put the Mac OSX Yosemite Make the normal steps of the installation 3. Pos-Install � Make HDD bootable 1. Copy the content from the EFI partition on the USB to the EFI partition in the HDD that you have your Mac OS X [you can run Clover Configurator to mount the partitions] 3.1 Fixes � Fixing Audio Install HDAEnabler7 + AppleHDA-269.25-ALC1150 from Mirone post: AppleHDA For Yosemite - DP's � Fixing Ethernet Running Hackintosh Vietnam Tool and install kext AppleIntel1000e � Fixing random reboots (GTX 580) Random reboots are happening, situation is being analysed to find the cause [Need to put my BIOS running by Intel GPU even if it will use the GTX 580 when get to the Mac OSX desktop. If you really wanna use the PCIE on BIOS, you need to install Nvidia Web Drivers. Keep using the Apple Nvidia drivers, but for some reason the drivers from Nvidia will eliminate the reboots. � Notes GTX 580 Even if I put my BIOS to use the CPU-GPU to avoid the reboots, the problem is that even if I have connection to both monitors and they are connected to the DVi ports of the GTX 580, the true is that the fish test I only get 15fps when if I tell my BIOS to run from the PCI-E it run at 60fps. What is/not working? Graphics - Worked OOB WiFi - Worked OOB USB - Worked OOB USB 3.0 - Worked OOB SATA - Worked OOB App Store - Worked OOB Sleep/Shutdown/Reboot/Wake - Worked OOB Network - Patch Sound - Patch Benchmarks Windows Geekbench: 3592 / 11770 Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0 Dx11: 51.4/1295/28.6/91.6 Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0 OpenGL: 45.1/1135/10.2/83.0 Fish GL: 400 fish / 60fps (http://www.fishgl.com) GPUTest 0.7.0: FurMark - 2058 points (FPS: 34) GiMark- 2383 points (FPS: 39) PixMark JuliaFP64 - 2151 points (FPS: 35) PixMark Piano- 292 points (FPS: 4) Benchmarks Mac OSX 10.10.2 Fish GL: (http://www.fishgl.com) BIOS GPU "AUTO" - 400 fish / 15fps BIOS GPU "CPU" - 400 fish / 15fps BIOS GPU "CPI-E" - 400 fish / 60fps GPUTest 0.7.0: FurMark - 2053 points (FPS: 34) GiMark- 2435 points (FPS: 40) PixMark JuliaFP64 - 2151 points (FPS: 35) PixMark Piano- 293 points (FPS: 4) BruceX (ProRes422): 52s
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    :::Nvidia GTX7xx 9xx Titan X Z Maxwell based card::: :::Edited AppleGraphicsPowerManagement::: ::For OS Sierra 10.12:: *Please use MacPro 5,1 or 6,1 as SMBios due to Settings made for F60DEB81FF30ACF6 designed machines ::Features:: -Edited Energy UP and Down Threshold for High response and fast decrease. -Edited Engine UP and Down Threshold for smooth Low-to-High transition graphics. -Edited Memory Up and Down Threshold to fast response and fast decrease. -Edited P0 and P1 table to work around Energy, Engine and Memory Settings -GPU Idle--> Core 135Mhz@40~55C degrees Fan @1050RPM* -Memory Idle-->810Mhz@40~55C degrees Fan @1050RPM* -GPU load--> Core 1000Mhz@78~85C degrees Fan @2200RPM* -Memory Load-->7000Mhz@78~85C degrees Fan @2200RPM* *Sorry about GPU fan, the current RPM is the best result for now (Nvidia Maxwell normally runs @700~800RPM, GTX980´s sometimes start @0RPM...) ::Installation:: -The installation have no secret: -Replace the current AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext in the S/L/E folder. Update 1 -Righ Click on ApplePowerManagement.ket then Show Package Contets, Open the info.plist (PlistEdit or other) find F60DEB81FF30ACF6 Change Vendor10deDevice14c2 with your equivalent Graphic Card (ex: GTX980= Vendor10deDevice13c0) Processor: Intel i7 4820K 3.7Ghz @4.0Ghz Memory: Corsair Dominator 9-9-9-27 24GB Graphics: Galax Nvidia GTX TitanX 12GB Mobo: Asus P9X79 LE SSD: SanDisk 240GB Corsair 240GB
  9. Alright, so, I got Mavericks installed on my build: Z77-DS3H 8Gb DDR3-1333 RAM OC'd to 1600 i7-3770k (OC'ng shortly to 4.2) EVGA GTX570 HD 1280MB 250GB Crucial M500 SSD 1TB Seagate 7200RPM HDD Vantec FireWire 800/400 UGT-FW210 Using this thread/tutorial by A.I.Ghost I followed it pretty closely and made a few changes for my specific build as follows: After following all his steps I got everything except the HWMonitor package to work, so I installed FakeSMC v5.3.820 via MultiB**** to the USB installer, then booted perfectly using "-v -f npci=0x2000". Installed, deleted AppleKextExcludeList.kext, copied FakeSMC back, rebooted into OSX using "-v -f npci=0x2000" Ran MultiB**** again and selected FakeSMC v5.3.820 + Plugins/HWMonitor App, under Audio I selected Realtek ALCxxx>Without DSDT>Optional 3 Port Audio Enabler, under Disk I enabled 10.9.0 TRIM Patch (for the 250Gb M500 SSD), under Network I selected Atheros - Shailua's ALSEthernet v1.0.2 so it would be injected directly into the IONetworkingFamily.kext instead of alt-loaded by Extra, then installed Chameleon from the installer A.I.Ghost suggested and dropped in his org.chameleon.plist, taking out the -v npci=0x2000 flags After that I got a warning that kexts from unkown developers were installed, so I went to: System preferences>Security and privacy>Unlock (password needed)>Allow apps downloaded from:Anywhere Rebooted into an almost perfect installation with everything almost fully functional. ----------------- Tried Clover for awhile. Used this to go to Clover http://www.insanelym...ionadd-to-bios/ Boots damn quick, but I keep getting two errors in Console that are a little unsettling: PM kernel[0]: FireWire GUID 0000000000000000 is invalid! PM plugin-container[952]: AVF error: AVF_VirtualAcceleratorCreate: fail to create QT accelerator If anyone knows how to help with either issue please comment asap. Ran VDADecoderChecker and got: AVF info: hasOfflineRenderer, board-id check : true AVF info: Successfully connected to the Intel plugin, offline Gen6 AVDCreateGPUAccelerator: Error loading GPU renderer An error was returned by the decoder layer. This may happen for example because of bitstream/data errors during a decode operation. This error may also be returned from VDADecoderCreate when hardware decoder resources are available on the system but currently in use by another process. VDADecoderCreate failed. err: -12473 logout I feel like it might be ignoring my nVidia card for some reason or another, even thought the only display in use is hooked into the GTX570 HD. I'll share my Clover zip below. I'm sure something is a little off, but it boots my above mentioned rig in about 14sec and everything, aside from the two errors mentioned, works perfectly. All you need to do to apply it is format your EFI partition to FAT32 and unzip contents to it, then change BIOS to boot from UEFI EFI partition. You can test it first by formatting a USB drive to FAT32 and copying the contents of the ZIP there instead, then setting BIOS to boot from the UEFI USB drive. If you're using ATI/Intel graphics you'll need to change the Inject keys in EFI>Clover>config.plist to "false" for nVidia and "true" for what you use. I think my problems stem from the DSDT section of this same config.plist or from the actual DSDT within EFI>Clover>ACPI>patched>DSDT.dsl. The added Z77-DS3H folder just has different config.plist's I've tried along the way. Now I just need a few things from the community. I need a solution for WiFi via normal PCI or USB, preferably OOB, most likely not, please advise if you come across a definite solution. I also need a solution to my above mentioned errors. Attached Files CloverZ77DS3H.zip 3.08MB 0 downloads EDIT: So, I installed Enoch instead of Clover and: sleep can now be woken by USB (previously would only wake from power button) Firewire doesn't report error UNTIL after sleep, then same "FireWire GUID 0000000000000000 is invalid!" console every 10sec No longer seeing PM plugin-container[952]: AVF error: AVF_VirtualAcceleratorCreate: fail to create QT accelerator So I'm led to believe that I screwed up the DSDT part of Clover. I'd really like to make this thing completely Mac'cy and able to do major updates without rehaxin, so if anyone could look at my Clover arrangement and tell me what to change I'd be super appreciative. I installed Enoch with nothing but the above mentioned MuiltiB kexts and a tweaked SMBios to add a serial number to my machine. No DSDT.