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erik78 posted a topic in OSx86 10.12 (Sierra)HI, this is my first post here and I write because I was not able to find a solution to my problem. I used both clover and [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] methods to install Sierra on a ga-h110m with a gtx 950, with the same result, following described. INstallation went fine in both methods. I used clover for post installation. In order to load correctly nvidia drivers I used (in clover installation) the option to activate NVRAM EmuVariableUefi-64 (not possible to load nvidia without this). These the beaviours: Without activate EmuVariableUefi-64 in clover installation, no way to load nvidia kexts but I can login without problems. With EmuVariableUefi-64 option activated, the nvidia kexts are loaded during boot, but I can't login. After password, correct typed, the system loop asking me password again. With guest user I can login but nothing is working not finder nor safari, nothing. Someone has my same problem? I suppose something wrong with NVRAM clover file. At the end I installed and ran El Capitan without probles, with EmuVariableUefi-64 activated. Please, help me. Thanks a lot.
I recently got my Hackintosh up and running with El Capitan using Clover as the boot loader. I installed Nvidias Web Driver (WebDriver-346.03.02f01.pkg) and after restart OSX no longer boots. After the Clover bootloader screen, it goes to the black Apple loading screen, it climbs all the way to 100% (which is quite slow) and then gets stuck at 100%. after driver install nvda_drv=1 was automatically added to the boot_args in clover boot options I've tried trying to disable the driver using nv_disable=1, and nvda_drv=0, just so i can login and undo the installation and revert back to apple drivers, but none of the flags seem to work to let me boot up. On the Nvidia site it suggests to clear the Mac's NVRAM. "NOTE: If for any reason you are unable to boot your system to the Desktop and wish to restore your original OS X v10.10 (14A389) driver, you can do so by clearing your Mac’s NVRAM: STEP 1: Restart your Macintosh computer and simultaneously hold down the “Command” (apple) key, the “Option” key, the “P” key and the “R” key before the gray screen appears." Is there a way to do this using Clover? Build specs :- Asus P9X79 Pro Intel i7-3930K CPU GTX 580 Thanks Andy
Hello, I recently installed Octane Render, and since then I've noticed some issues with my Video Memory. I know that I don't have the best Video Card out there, but it has been performing just fine with After Effects and Premiere before I installed Octane. I use iStat Menus to keep track of my system, and for a couple of days now I've noticed that my GeForce won't go above 30FPS and the Memory bar is almost half way full, pretty much all the time, this is without running Octane, Cinema 4D, Premiere or After Effects. Right now I have Spotify running, Chrome and Mail running and this is what Stat Menus shows: I've tried restarting the computer but somehow Memory is always like that. And also, sometimes my cursor gets huge on the screen for a fraction of time, and I've seen glitches on my screen. Again this happens when I'm not using any render heavy applications, and it didn't happen before installing Octane. When using Octane and After Effects, the memory bar of the GPU goes past halfway full, and I understand this, but how do I make it go back after using all the applications I use? *What else can I try? Is there a way to purge Video Memory like you purge Ram? I've done the NVRAM reset but that doesn't seem to help a lot. If someone could explain how this Video Memory thing works I would greatly appreciate it, maybe I don't have a complete understanding of it. Here are my system specs: Macbook Pro Retina (Late 2013) OSX 10.11.1 - El Capitan 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7 16 GB DDR3 - RAM NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2048MB - running the Web Driver not the OSX default. * I have two monitors plugged into the MBP all the time.
565 downloadsNew version of the module "FileNVRAM.dylib" and the Kext "FileNVRAM.kext" that allows to emulate NVRAM in the bootloader Chameleon. This version is compatible with Mac OS Yosemite, El Capitan and Sierra. Do you need this module to work with iCloud, iMessage and Facetime when uses chameleon bootloader. =================== FileNVRAM.dylib =================== FileNVRAM copyright © 2013-2017 xZenue LLC. FileNVRAM is licensed under the Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported license. =================== Bugs =================== Please report any bugs at https://public.xzenue.com/bugzilla/ =================== Requirements =================== Chameleon r2181 or newer =================== Sources =================== Micky1979 meklort