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Hej... I am trying to install Mountain Lion on a T430. I never built a Hackintosh before, and I'm a bit overwhelmed. I followed the instructions in this link: http://www.insanelym...howtopic=280756 which I found here on the forum, then looked around for a few kexts and managed to get the laptop keyboard and the trackpad working. It's booting and running smoothly now (with Chameleon), but... I still have two big problems: audio and wi-fi internet (I tried by installing the RealtekRTL81xx kext, but either that is not enough, or not right at all.) Can anyone help me getting them to work? Anything would be appreciated (a tip for kexts, explanation how to do it with DSDT - I still don't even know what that does -, a new installation with M u l t i B e a s t &c - which so far I didn't use - or whatever.) Also interesting would be to get full graphic support (which I just read about a lot, but how will I know when I have that - I mean, I can see things on my monitor already, so something is working) and also using the built-in camera (I read about a different ThinkPad that it only works together with CamTwist, which would be fine, I guess.) But really important are internet and sound, of course - can someone help with that? Some other info... "System Info" tells me I have the following: Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 (Network Controller) Intel 7 Series / C210 Series Chipset Family High Definition Audio Controller (Audio device) Intel 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection (Ethernet Controller) Intel 7 Series / C210 Series Chipset Family KT Controller (Communication Controller / Serial Controller) NVIDEA GF108 High Definition Audio Controller (Audio device) NVIDEA GF108 Quadro NVS 5400M (Display Controller / VGA compatible Controller) ... and some other things - I can list them all, if someone things he can help me and needs to know about them, of course. I'm still trying around, but I'm completely new to this and most of the time I don't know what I'm doing. It's just try and error, but it's not a creative process, I know too little about all the steps or relations, so if I'd ever be halfway there or almost have it or just persue a dead end, I'd never know, it's all the same to me... So please - if someone could turn me in the right direction, that would be great! UPDATE: I have it identified as MacBook Pro 6.1 - should I use MacBook Pro 8.1 ? And can I still change that now?
Download http://goo.gl/qlWGgU UPDATE 10.10.1 - Nov 18, 2014: - Updated to 10.10.1 - Use modified Apple's IOBluetoothFamily.kext version for Bluetooth. - Switch back to Apple's AppleHDA.kext. - Patch on the fly using CLOVER for AppleHDA and AppleIntelFramebufferCapri - Use NVIDIA Web Driver, URL to download from this thread: topic/301416-nvidia-web-driver-updates-for-yosemite/ - BIOS settings: set boot mode to Both (UEFI & Legacy), UEFI First to avoid problem with Optimus and NVIDIA Discrete mode 10.10 beta 5 - Oct 13, 2014: - Updated to 10.10 beta 5 - Added package for 10.10: Bluetooth work with old IOBluetoothFamily.kext from 10.9.x. Updated DSDT for NVIDIA, Optimus and Intel only. - Move to mega.co.nz for better hosting and versioning. 10.10 beta 3 - Sep 26, 2014: Anyone tried 10.10 Yosemite? I tried last night and it's work with some issues, but useable. I have updated to Beta 3 also. Here is some screenshots: Short summary: - Bluetooth - NVIDIA not work (DP1, not tested on Beta3) - Intel HD4000: native res but no QE/CI - Sound: Need to patch AppleHDA.kext for layout 28 - Battery: need new patch in DSDT (use tluck's T420 DSDT work) - Sleep / Shutdown work as Mavericks Quick way: - Update your CLOVER first to latest: sourceforge.net/projects/cloverefiboot/files/latest/download - Create bootable usb or partition using this guide: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/298521-easy-yosemite-1010-usb-installer-updated-9-2-2014/ Note: you will need to copy BaseSystem.dmg (it is big as 470MB) so you will need at least 8GB USB. I have 6.5GB partition and it is fit for setup size but I don't have room for modding (kext, backup...) - Download CLOVER package from tluck's topic then extract, backup your kexts and copy all EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.10/*.kext to /S/L/E/ - Add kext-dev-mode=1 to CLOVER kernel argument. - After install / upgrade you will need to re-copy all kexts. Update 1: Never mind, NVIDIA work well after repair permission. System FAN and Thermal Sensor for NVIDIA not show (need to patch with new DSDT) Update 2: - System FAN, GPU and other thermal sensor work after update DSDT, updated HW Monitor and latest FakeSMC. - NVIDIA Work but not detect / turn on built-in monitor, need to detect displays in displays settings to turn it on after boot. - Bluetooth still not work - Sound work with VoodooHDA - Battery work Look like CPU throttled too much, it is stick at 3Ghz most time and temperature is about 90oC @@, might need to generate SSDT or can be Yosemite issue. The temperature is about ~50-60oC with Intel HD4000. 10.9.3: HWMonitor version 6.8.1307 support FAN sensor (Check for update inside app and install FakeSMC and all it's plugins) NVIDIA: new version not work, replace with old working kexts (NV*.kext) Intel HD 4000 Capri: patch with Platform-ID `0300 6601` - Hex: `01 00 00 00 02 00 00 00 30 02 00 00` AppleHDA: patch-hda-3.1 NOT work - Work with VoodooHDA 2.8.4 (download from zip file here or pkg installer here AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext patch with AICPMPatch Bluetooth: using modified kext from #26 (thanks @eilatuno) Others old kexts: AppleACPIPlatform.kext, IOUSBFamily.kext Shutdown / Restart / Sleep work well using latest CLOVER r2671 10.9.1: Sound stop working as AppleHDA.kext updated for VoiceOver bug fix, re-patch with patch AppleHDA script 3.1 from this thread Everything work well as 10.9.0 as last. Still have problem with Shutdown / Restart / Sleep STATUS * Working parts: Intel HD 4000 (Capri): Full resolution: 1600x900, QE/CI NVIDIA GF108M (NVS 5400M): Full resolution: 1600x900, QE/CI VGA, Display Port Wired network / Ethernet Think Light, Keyboard backlit (BIOS controlled) Webcam Mic, Speaker, Audio Jack Bluetooth Trackpoint, Touchpad USB 3.0 Battery UEFI with CLOVER r2366 Keyboard. Multimedia keys: Sleep, Prev / Play / Pause / Next (Brightness control with Fn-F8/F9 not work) Shutdown / Restart / Sleep * NOT working parts: Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 Wireless adapter Card reader HOW TO 1. Create Mac OS X Maverick 10.9 USB installer: Google it! 2. Install CLOVER EFI bootloader or Chameleon Use my config.plist if you install CLOVER NOTE: need to change the SMBIOS hardware section and CustomUUID to your own hardware. 3. Backup and copy kexts from attached file 4. Option: install LCD display profile 5. Option: install HWMonitor.app 6. DSDT: Use diff tool to apply diff changes a) I'm using 3 different DSDT file for 3 graphic config mode: DSDT.d.dsl / DSDT.d.aml: for Discrete graphic only BIOS config VGA, Mini-DP work well but hottest Temperatures on my machine: CPU: avg: 65oC, range: 60-85 GPU: avg: 60oC, range: 56-74 DSDT.o.dsl / DSDT.o.aml: for Optimus graphic BIOS config - NOTE: you will need to backup & remove /S/L/E/NVDA* because of OS X not support Optimus mode and it caused conflict loading video driver. DSDT.i.dsl / DSDT.i.aml: for Integrated graphic only BIOS config Optimus & Integrated gave me much more cooler temperatures but NO VGA, Min-DP - I usually use Integrated mode for travelling and Discrete mode for work because I need extend to my external Dell monitor. c) Temperatures when using Integrated only mode: CPU: avg: 45oC, range: 40-70-80 d) I added FAN control to DSDT based on T420 / W520 guides, Thinkvantage button will be used to toggle turbo fan mode. 7. SSDT: I used auto generated P-States and C-States CLOVER's option Hardware Specifications - Model: Thinkpad T430 2344BMU - lshw -numeric on Ubuntu 13.10 Hardware specs Big thanks for everyone who has involved in this thread and who created stuffs, guides, tools... Thanks for @tluck & experts in this thread to provide related update and information which I used in my package. Feel free to ask and discussion here about Mac OS X on T430 series, I will try to help if I can in my spared time.