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  1. Updated Ralink/Mediatek drivers for USB dongles released at 29/11/2013. MAVERICKS AND YOSEMITE COMPATIBLE Drivers downloaded from http://www.mediatek.com/en/downloads/usb-rt2870rt2770rt3x7xrt537xrt5572/ I made a zip file with oficial drivers and a preference pane from dlink that replace the oficial ralink wireless utility. This solve the problematic Ralink Wireless Utility that simply does not work on yosemite and the package doesn´t install the maverick kext in yosemite. ZIP CONTENTS DLINK PREFERENCE PANE INSTALATION Copy preference pane to \System\Library\PreferencePanes\ Copy kext for your MacOS version (use Maverick for Yosemite) to folder \System\Library\Extensions\ Repair permissions Rebuild kext cache Reboot. Ralink_Mediatek_USB.zip
  2. Hello I am new and I would like to bring my contribution.I have a Toshiba L830 with which I was able to recognize my ATI RADEON HD 7500m / 7600m series on Yosemite 10.10 .I have realized from clover r2953.Sorry for my english CLOVER r2953.rar
  3. *****NOW UPDATED FOR YOSEMITE - PLEASE REPORT ANY PROBLEMS IN THE COMMENTS***** *****There are subtle differences in the guide depending on whether you’re using Lion / Mountain Lion or Mavericks***** *****For Lion / ML use the blue line. For Mavericks use the red line. For Yosemite use the green line.***** *****If you're creating the installer for Lion/ML use "Essential 03.08.2012" attachment***** *****Otherwise use the attachment for the version you’re using***** *****This guide will not work for versions of OS X earlier than Lion (10.7)***** The all-in-one guide to vanilla OS X + Chameleon + DSDT for beginners Preface: So I’ve built a few hackintoshes now to the point where I’ve a good idea what I’m doing. I’ve gone the distro way before as well as the vanilla way and I agree fully with the idea that vanilla is better. The problem with it being that I haven’t found a well explained start to finish guide of how to do it without a lot of Googling and combining numerous different guides so my idea is to collate everything into one place for beginners to hopefully understand the process better and build better systems. A lot of the leg-work for this guide has been done by other people; although I’m rewriting most of it if anyone wants credit adding to something I’ve accidentally stolen from them just PM me. Throughout the guide I try to avoid scripts and utilities so you can learn what your doing. If you want a one-click install this is not the guide for you; having said that there is nothing technically complicated that isn’t clearly explained so don’t be scared off if you’re a rookie. If any one has any suggestions on how to improve this guide PM me or mention it on the forum thread. Those who experience problems make sure you’ve read Part 7 before posting to the forum asking for help. Part 1 - Prerequisites 1.0. Basic Requirements: The basic requirements for OS X from Lion onwards are: 1. A Core 2 Duo processor or later 2. 2GB or more RAM 3. 8GB of disk space N.B. For details of specific hardware compatibility see the hardware compatibility list (HCL) in the wiki: http://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page Further to compatible hardware you will need: 1. A working install of OS X (this may be in a virtual machine or a native install) to prepare the installer 2. A flash drive of minimum size 8GB 3. A copy of Lion / ML / Mavericks 4. Patience Note: All essential software / kexts below are in the attachment. 1.1. Essential Software You will need to obtain the following. I suggest you place them all in the same folder along with the essential kexts below for use later: 1. The Chameleon boot loader, the latest version of which can always be found here (You want "The Latest Trunk PKG ~ Standard and Official Revision"): http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=231075 2. Chameleon wizard to create a smbios (basically identify your machine as a mac) and to help with bootloader problems http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=257464 3. System info for finding device ID’s for general post-install troubleshooting (Check you get the Mac version). http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=219584 4. DSDT editor for extracting your DSDT once were up and running: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=223205 5. Kext utility for installing additional kexts post-install: http://cvad-mac.narod2.ru/Kext_Utility/ 1.2. Essential Kexts (kernel extensions) 1. FakeSMC – absolutely essential – tricks OS X into thinking it’s a real Mac. http://www.projectosx.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1643 2. NullCPUPowerManagement – generally required initially to prevent kernel panics, may not be needed once AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement is patched after install. http://www.osx86.net/view/16-nullcpupowermanagement_(32--64-bit).html Part 2 - Creating the installer 2.0. Preparing the USB 1. In your working OS X install open Disk Utility 2. Click on your USB drive in the left sidebar 3. Click the “Partition” tab 4. Under “Partition Layout” click “1 Partition” 5. Click Options -> select “GUID Partition Table”; check the format is set to “Mac OS X Extended (Journaled)”; name it “USB” and click Apply 2.1. Creating the OS X installer on the USB drive 1. Mount your OS X DMG. If using a copy downloaded from the app store: Navigate to Applications (which is where it will save your downloaded copy of OS X by default) -> right click "Install OS X *version*" and click "Show Package Contents" -> Contents -> SharedSupport -> Double click "InstallESD.dmg" 2. Mount BaseSystem.dmg by typing the following in terminal: open /Volumes/Mac\ OS\ X\ Install\ ESD/BaseSystem.dmg open /Volumes/OS\ X\ Install\ ESD/BaseSystem.dmg open /Volumes/OS\ X\ Install\ ESD/BaseSystem.dmg 3. Go back to disk utility and click on “(Mac )OS X Base System”, click the “Restore” tab then drag and drop “(Mac )OS X Base System” to “source” and your USB to “destination” and click restore then erase. This will take a while. 4. You’ll now have 2 “(Mac )OS X Base Systems present in Finder, right click them and “get info” to determine which is your USB drive (hint: look at the size). 5. Navigate to the one which is your USB drive, open it and go to /System/Installation. Delete the “Packages” link then create a folder called “Packages”. 6. Open a new Finder window and navigate to “(Mac )OS X Install ESD”. Copy everything inside the packages folder to the packages folder you have just created. This will take a while. 7. Copy mach_kernel from “OS X Install ESD” to the root of your USB drive. 7. Use pacifist to extract mach_kernel from “OS X Install ESD/Packages/BaseSystemBinaries.pkg” and copy it to the root of your USB drive (note: this is in the attachment). 7. Use pacifist to extract kernel from “OS X Installed ESD/Packages/Essentials.pkg/System/Library/Kernels/Kernel” and copy it to /System/Library/Kernels/ (You may need to create the “Kernes” folder) (note: this is in the attachment). 8. Copy BaseSystem.chunklist and BaseSystem.dmg from InstallESD.img to the root of your USB drive. Since these files are hidden you must first show hidden files by typing the following in Terminal "defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles YES" followed by "killall Finder". Once copied you can type "defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles NO" followed by "killall Finder" to hide hidden files. The terminal will look something like this when you are done: 2.2. Patching the installer for a PC 1. Remember the two kexts we downloaded above? Copy both of them to /System/Library/Extensions on your USB stick. 2. Run the chameleon installation package and ensure to choose your USB drive as the destination. 3. Go to the root of your USB drive and create a folder called “Extra”. This is used to store configuration files for the chameleon boot-loader. 4. Open Chameleon wizard, click the “SMBios” tab then click "Edit". Now there is a list of “Premade SMBioses”. Look through this list to see which relates best to your PC (Hint: iMac 12.2 for modern desktops or MacBook Pro 8.3 for modern laptops is a good place to look to start with). Click “Save As” and save it to the /Extra folder we created on the USB stick. N.B. make sure you’ve got a smbios from a Mac which supports your version of OS X, for a list of which do see here: http://www.apple.com/osx/specs/ 5. Use chameleon wizard to generate an “org.chameleon.boot.plist” this is necessary to set the kernel flag “kext-dev-mode=1” which allows us to boot using unsigned kexts. If you already have an org.boot.chameleon.plist you may simply add “kext-dev-mode=1” to your list of kernel flags. If not then use the one from the attachment. Copy this file to the /Extra folder we created on the USB stick. 6. Copy your folder of essential software & kexts to the root of your USB stick. N.B.1: For those with a fully-working Lion / ML install you may omit 2.C.3. & 2.C.4. and use your old /Extra folder (including smbios & org.chameleon.boot.plist & DSDT). N.B.2: ATi6xxx users see step 7.6 now! 2.3. A note for those wishing to boot OS X and Windows on the same HDD (This is not recommended but may be necessary for those installing on laptops) The OS X installer won’t install to an MBR partition scheme which Windows requires so we must patch the installer to allow this. If you intend on dual-booting OS X and Windows 7 then I suggest you install Windows 7 and update to Service Pack 1 before you install OS X to prevent problems updating to SP1 later. How to patch: 1. Download the required files from here: http://www.osx86.net/view/2815-osinstallmbr+osinstall.mpkg_10.8.gm.html 2. On the USB stick navigate to /System/Installation/Packages/. Delete OSInstall.mpkg and replace it with the one you just downloaded. 3. On the USB stick navigate to /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Install.framework/Frameworks/OSInstall.framework/Versions/A/. Delete OSInstall and replace it with the one you just downloaded. Part 3 – Installing OS X 3.1 Installing OS X 1. Stick the USB drive in the computer you wish to install OS X on and boot from your USB drive. If you’re unsure how to do this when your computer first turns on look for a prompt that says “Press X for boot selection menu” (where X is a key) or something of that effect. Common keys are F8 & F12. 2. When Chameleon comes up press enter to boot OS X. The OS X installer should boot. Go to the utilities menu and click disk utility. Select the disk / partition you wish to install OS X to, call it "OS X" and format it as “Mac OS X Extended (Journaled)” (See Part 2.1. if you’re a bit rusty with disk utility). N.B. For those dual booting on the same HDD as Windows ensure you've got the Partition Scheme set to MBR. 3. Follow the installer to install OS X to the desired partition. 4. Take a well-deserved rest while it installs. 5. Once the installer is finished it will reboot, on reboot boot back into the install USB NOT your OS X install. 3.1 Fixing the OS X install 1. From the installer go to Utilities and Terminal. 2. Type cp –R /System/Library/Extensions/NullCPUPowerManagement.kext /Volumes/"OS X"/System/Library/Extensions/ 3. Type: cp –R /System/Library/Extensions/FakeSMC.kext /Volumes/"OS X"/System/Library/Extensions/ 4. Type reboot NOTE: Include the quotes in the lines above. This assumes your install partition is called “OS X” as I said above. If for whatever reason you called it something else replace “OS X” with whatever you called it (still surrounded by quotation marks). Part 4 – Initial booot 1. Reboot your system and boot to the USB stick again but this time select your OS X install. This should boot you into your installed copy of OS X. 2. Open "System Preferences" go-to "Security and Privacy", click the lock and give it your password then set "Allow applications downloaded from" to anywhere. 3. Navigate to your folder of essential software and run the chameleon package, install it to your OS X drive. 4. Copy the Extra folder on your USB drive to the root of your HDD (open Finder -> Go -> Computer -> OS X -> paste folder). 5. Reboot, remove USB, and let the computer boot from your HDD, select OS X and it should boot straight to OS X. You are not finished! You now need to at least read through step 6! Part 5 – DSDT 5.0 Extraction Although not strictly required it is useful to have a DSDT for your system; with a bit of research and patching it can be used to solve almost all problems you may encounter. For those interested in what it actually is see here: http://wiki.osx86pro.../index.php/DSDT How to create it: 1. Open DSDT Editor 2. Go-to File -> Extract DSDT 3. Go-to to IASL -> Compile (if you get any errors click “Fix Errors”) 4. Go-to IASL -> Save AML as. Save it as “DSDT.aml” in /Extra. 5.1 Common Fixes (coming soon eventually…) Part 6 – Finishing Touches 6.0. A note on non-Mac monitors Most non-Mac monitors will start with the wrong color calibration. To fix this go-to "System Preferences" -> "Displays" -> "Color" -> select "Generic RGB Profile". Further to this, due to Mac monitor having a different dot pitch to normal monitors, LCD font smoothing may make the fonts appear blurred. To turn this off go-to “System Preferences” -> General -> uncheck “Use LCD Font…” (at the bottom). 6.1. Keymaps If you have a British standard keyboard you will need to install the keymaps in the attachment. To do so decompress the attached zip and copy its contents to /Library/Keyboard Layouts then change the keymap by going to System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Input Sources. 6.2. org.chameleon.boot.plist If you open Chameleon Wizard you can navigate to “org.chameleon.boot” here you can assign numerous settings which will be useful later as well as setting the default timeout and specifying the location of your SMBios and DSDT if you don’t place them in /Extra. I suggest you ensure the “Ethernet Built In” box is checked then set the "Time Out" to a reasonable figure and then click "Save As' and save it to /Extra (Note: save it as org.chameleon.boot, it automatically appends the .plist extension). When you've saved it you can go to "Theme" and download and apply a theme for the boot loader rather than having the default text boot. Once your system is stable and with all necessary hardware enabled set UseKernelCache=Yes to speed up boot times. 6.3. NullCPUPowerManagement Currently we have NullCPUPowerManagement.kext installed. This disables speed-stepping and thus sleep (by disabling AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext) so we need to remove it for a better system. Unfortunately not all system’s will work with the version that comes with OS X. The first thing to do is to try your system without it, to do this simply navigate to /System/Library/Extensions on your OS X drive and delete it then reboot. It’s possible you will see a kernel panic on reboot, if this is the case you will need to reinstall the kext by following Part 3.1.1&3.1.2. If your system panics on boot then you require a patched version of AppleIntelCPUPowermanagement; reading round the forum should allow you to obtain this relatively easily. 6.4. Device Compatibility At this point it’s very likely you will have some devices not working. The best way to get devices working is through DSDT edits rather than by adding kernel extensions; often additional kernel extensions will have to be re-installed after updates whereas DSDT edit are permanent. To enable devices by using additional kexts: Run the “System Info” app we downloaded and click File -> check compatibility. This will let you see which devices are working and which aren’t. You can Google your vendor & device ID to find info about making them work. Once you find a kext that appears to be compatible for your hardware drag and drop it onto kext utility to install it. Example: If your Wi-Fi isn’t working you can look for your Wi-Fi device and find its device / vendor ID’s in my case its vendor ID is 168c and its device ID is 002a so Googling for “168c:002a kext” would return results about making the device work. 6.5. Finder grid view (windows explorer behaviour) To make finder sort files in a grid by default open Finder, navigate to your root folder of the OS X install. Go-to View -> Show View options -> Arrange by "Name" -> Click "Use As Defaults" Part 7 – Common Errors & Basic Diagnostics 7.0. Boot0:Error Boot0 error is most likely caused by incorrectly installing chameleon or having a drive with 4k-sector allocation. Try to reinstall chameleon (use the latest version!), if that doesn’t work see here: http://www.macbreaker.com/2012/02/hackintosh-boot0-error.html 7.1. Boot flags When the chameleon screen boots you can specify kernel arguments to attempt to solve problems you may be having. When you see the boot-loader pop up press any key and ensure your OS X install is highlighted. You can then type any combination of kernel flags (with a space between them) to try to boot OS X / diagnose problems. For a complete list of kernel flags see here: http://www.osx86.net/guides-tutorials/10747-guide-chameleon-bootloader-basics.html A few of the more common ones are: 1. –v verbose mode. If the system panics take a screen shot of the panic when you have typed this at boot and post it to the forums. It will help people diagnose your problems but won’t fix any problems. 2. –x safe boot (like windows safe mode – minimal drivers). 3. –f boot without the kernel cache (useful if you’ve installed kexts without rebuilding the kext cache – if you’ve used kext utility you shouldn’t have to use this). 4. –npci=0x2000 (or –npci=0x3000) fixes the “PCI configuration Begin” error. 5. PCIRootUID=0 solves problems for some NVIDIA graphics card users (if it doesn't solve your issue try =1 instead). 6. GraphicsEnabler=Yes (or GraphicsEnabler=No) add support for some non-OS X graphics cards. 7. Note: The arch=i386 boot flag is now depreciated due to ML’s 64-bit only kernel. 7.2. The console The console gives you a verbose output of any and all errors the system may encounter. It's particularly useful if you've a system which won't stay in sleep mode. Go-to Applications -> Utilities -> Console to open it. 7.3. App store "Your device or computer could not be recognised..." error. App-store requires a MAC address to verify your computer (any address, it doesn't have to be an apple one) hence you MUST have a working Ethernet or Airport card for App Store to work. The problem is if you've enabled network hardware after first boot OS X won't update its caches. The fix: Ensure "ethernet buit in" is checked in your org.chameleon.boot.plist. Go to system preferences and delete all the devices in the network section. Navigate to /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration and delete com.apple.airport.preferences.plist and networkinterfaces.plist and com.apple.boot.plist. Reboot then add your network interfaces in system preferences. Check app-store is now working. 7.4 Motherboard POST Freeze I your motherboard freezes during POST (you don’t even get past the BIOS screen) it’s possible your BIOS isn’t compatible with the GUID partition table of the USB we created the installer on. To fix this in step 2.0.5 select MBR instead of GUID. Note: If you make it to the OS X boot-loader this is not your problem and will not fix any issues other than hanging at POST. For more information see here: http://www.rodsbooks.com/gdisk/bios.html 7.5 When posting to the forum asking for help When posting to the forum asking for help if the installer / installation won’t boot please post a screenshot of where it stops – I suggest you post this to a new thread in a suitable place in the forum rather than this guide. 7.6 ATi6xxx card white screen error There is a know permissions error in Mountain Lion regarding the ATi6000Controller kext causing white screen. To fix this: Navigate to /System/Library/Extensions on your install USB and copy ATi6000Ccontroller to your folder of essential kexts. Delete ATi6000Controller from /S/L/E. Install OS X (note: you will only have basic graphics support). After install (at the end of step 4) you can drag & drop the kext onto kextutility then reboot to enable your card. Part 8 - Useful Tips 8.0. To show or hide hidden files: In the terminal type: defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles YES or defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles NO Followed by killall Finder 8.1. Spaces in terminal When using the terminal spaces must be preceded by \ or the file or folder name placed in quotations e.g.: open /Volumes/Mac\ OS\ X\ Install\ ESD/BaseSystem.dmg or open /Volumes/"Mac OS X Install ESD"/BaseSystem.dmg Part 9 – References Massive credit goes to this guide here: http://thetecherra.com/2012/07/10/tutorial-run-os-x-mountain-lion-10-8-gm-on-a-pc-hackintoshosx86-video/ and this guide here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=277015 Part 10 – Change-log v2.3 - 25/07/2012 - Minor update to include InstallESD location from app-store. v2.4 - 27/07/2012 - Minor updates regarding Gringo Vermelho’s post. v2.5 - 03/08/2012 - Minor updates and touch-ups. v2.6 - 22/08/2012 - Addition of UseKernelCache=Yes plus key-maps and a few minor tweaks. v3.0 – 24/10/2012 – Addition of screenshots v3.1 – 03/12/2012 – British keyboard layout added v4.0 – 07/10/2013 – Updates so guide complies with Mavericks install procedure v4.2 – 10/11/2013 – Ironed out differences between Lion/ML and Mavericks v4.3 – 16/10/2014 – Added Yosemite support Essential - 03.08.12.zip Keyboard Layouts.zip Essential - Mavericks GM - 7.10.2013.zip Mavericks Install Guide - v0 - Quick Ref.pdf Mavericks install Guide - v4.2 - With Sreenshots.pdf Vanilla OS X Install Guide - v4.3 - With Sreenshots.pdf
  4. Hi all! I recently updated my Yosemite to the latest release but I noticed one things to fix: my audio works if I'm using the laptop's subwoofer, otherwise if I connect devices to the 3,5mm jack, it continues to come off the laptop instead of earphones/headphones. This is was happens if I use power supply without battery connected to the laptop. When I connect my battery to the laptop, headphones start to work, and they continue to work even if I remove the battery, which seems to be nothing but an injector. If I reboot the computer, without battery connected, again: subwoofers work regardless of whether headset are connected or not. When I was under Yosemite 10.10.2 or 10.10.4 the same thing happened, with the difference that just after the first time that I connected the battery, headphones started to work also without battery and also after reboot. Not only, just after update I removed audio kext (from terminal with "sudo su" "rm -r /System/Library/Extensions/KextName.kext") and I rebooted the OS. At login I noticed that audio was working, but soon after Yosemite installation without the kext I use audio was off! So my suspicion is that 10.10.5 update has modified something but honestly I don't know what.. Here I've attached also my audio kext. Thanks in advance to everyone who'll help me! IDT92HD91BXXInject.kext.zip
  5. Installation Guide : Hey there and welcome to the ultimate guide how to install Yosemite (10.10) or El Capitan (10.11) on the Lenovo ThinkPad "T410". Before you begin make sure that you are owning the NVIDIA model. (NVS 3100m 256mb / NVS 3100m 512mb) This guide may work for other models like T510, T410s or the T410 with Intel HD but theres no support for them. NO ONE IN THIS FORUM (INCLUDING ME) IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS (DATA, MATERIAL, EQUIPMENT…) OCCURRED TO YOU, YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE RESPONSIBLE, AND BY FOLLOWING THESE INSTRUCTIONS YOU AGREE TO TAKE ALL THE RISKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. THIS INSTALLATION ISN'T WITHOUT RISKS SO TAKE ALL THE PRECAUTIONS BEFORE DOING ANY FOOLISH ACTION, BACKUP YOUR DATA! AND FEED YOUR CAT! Photos here are only examples, use your brain! First of all you should know the basics of hackintoshing. (GIYF) You will need Windows on your T410 for the WIFI patch and a working Mac / Hackintosh (running 10.6.8+) to prepare the installation media. Also a 8GB+ USB drive. El Capitan (10.11): Yosemite (10.10):
  6. Installazione di Yosemite (OS X 10.10) su ASUS K550JK Archivio con i files: http://www.dropbox.com/s/l9041u18x4wizan/ASUS%20K550JK.zip?dl=1 1.Preparazione chiavetta 2.Preparazione BIOS 3.Installazione 4.Perfezionamento Cosa funziona: · Touchpad ora completo (23/03/15) · Schermo a risoluzione 1366x768x32 e controllo luminosità · Porte USB · WiFi e Bluetooth (cambiando scheda – Atheros AR5B195) · Power Management · Dual boot Win 8.1 – MAC OS X · Tastiera PS2 Integrata · Webcam · Statistiche Batteria · AppStore e iCloud Cosa NON funziona: · Lettore schede SD (per ora) · WiFi e Bluetooth integrati (Broadcom 943142) · Scheda NVIDIA GeForce 850M (Optimus) · iMessage e FaceTime PREPARAZIONE CHIAVETTA Per preparare la chiavetta contenente l’installazione di OS X Yosemite avremmo bisogno di: 1. OS X YOSEMITE (installer originale) 2. Chiavetta da 8GB o più 3. Cartella “ASUS K550JK” scaricabile dal link in sottotitolo Prepariamo ora la chiavetta in ambiente Mac: 1. Lanciamo l’app “ShowAllFiles” contenuta in /Utility Programs/ e clicchiamo su SHOW 2. Montiamo lìimmagine di installazione del sistema, andiamo in /Contents/SharedSupport/ e apriamo InstallESD.dmg 3. Al suo interno troveremo BaseSystem.dmg, apriamolo 4. In Utility Disco posizioniamoci sul volume della chiavetta USB e partizioniamo nel seguente modo 5. Ripristiniamo poi il contenuto dell’immagine disco BaseSystem nella partizione appena creata della chiavetta USB in questo modo 6. Copiamo i file contenuti in /kexts/system/ nella cartella /System/Library/Extensions della chiavetta. 7. Copiamo la cartella Packages contenuta in InstallESD.dmg nella cartella /System/Installation della chiavetta, ma solo dopo aver eliminato il link chiamato Packages al suo interno 8. Lanciamo ora il programma “Clover_v2k_r3050” contenuto in /Utility Programs/ e installiamolo nella chievetta USB facendo attenzione a cliccare su ad Hoc e a spuntare l’opzione “INSTALLAZIONE SOLO PER AVVIO IN UEFI” senza preoccuparci delle altre configurazioni infatti nel prossimo passaggio copieremo la cartella contenente le informazioni di configurazione di clover 9. Copiamo la cartella CLOVER scompattando /CLOVER.zip nella cartella EFI della partizione EFI della chiavetta USB, dopo aver eliminato quella già presente, che dovrebbe risultare già montata in seguito all’installazione di clover compiuta al passaggio 8 10. Apriamo il programma Clover Configurator contenuto nella cartella /Utility Programs/ e clicchiamo FILE > Import Configuration scegliendo il file contenuto in EFI>CLOVER>config.plist 11. Nella scheda SMBIOS clicchiamo su questo tasto e selezioniamo dai modelli dei MacBook Pro l’ultimo, l’11,2 in questo modo, premiamo i due shake a destra e poi ok 12. A questo punto salviamo cliccando su FILE>EXPORT CONFIGURATION 13. A questo punto la chiavetta è pronta PREPARAZIONE BIOS Entriamo nel bios e settiamolo come in foto, notando bene che nella sezione SATA sia impostato su AHCI e che su Network sia disabled, dopodichè premiamo F10 per salvare le modifiche e riavviare INSTALLAZIONE Avviamo da chiavetta premendo ESC ripetutamente all’avvio del computer e selezioniamo dalle varie opzioni di clover quella chiamata OS X BASE SYSTEM, se tutto va bene si aprirà la schermata di installazione, da cui selezioniamo italiano, accettiamo il contratto e poi andiamo su Utility Disco, dal menù a tendina, e creiamo la partizione in cui installare OS X nel nostro HARD DISK, facendo attenzione a partizionare in GUID e formattare in formato MAC OS X ESTESO (JOURNALED). Terminata l’installazione il computer si riavvierà, avviamolo come in precedenza dalla chiavetta selezionando sempre OS X BASE SYSTEM e tornando così nuovamente nel programma di installazione, ovviamente non formattiamo e non reinstalliamo, copiamo invece alcuni driver. Dallo stesso menù che contiene Utility Disco, apriamo Terminale Digitiamo: 1.cp –r /Volumes/OS\ X\ Base\ System/System/Library/Extensions/HoRNDIS.kext /Volumes/nome partizione su cui è stato installato os x/System/Library/Extensions 2.cp –r /Volumes/OS\ X\ Base\ System/System/Library/Extensions/RealtekRTL8111.kext/Volumes/nome partizione su cui è stato installato os x/System/Library/Extensions 3.cp –r /Volumes/OS\ X\ Base\ System/System/Library/Extensions/GenericUSBXHCI.kext /Volumes/nome partizione su cui è stato installato os x/System/Library/Extensions Il primo serve per poter usare la connessione a internet o al wifi del proprio telefono Android con os x, semplicemnte cliccando su tethering usb dal telefono, il secondo per i driver della scheda ethernet (fondamentali anche se non la usate), il terzo per ovviare al problema delle porte usb non funzionanti dopo la ripreso dallo stand-by. Chiudiamo tutto e riavviamo, l’installazione è completata. PERFEZIONAMENTO Per rendere il nostro sistema autonomo dobbiamo installare il bootloader clover nell’hard disk. 1. Avviamo da usb ma questa volta nella schermata di clover avviamo l’opzione che porta il nome della partizione in cui abbiamo installato Yosemite. 2. Effettuiamo tutte le operazioni necessarie al primo avvio 3. Una volta dentro installiamo clover come al passaggio 8 della preparazione chiavetta, ma installandolo sull’hard disk 4. Montiamo la partizione EFI della chiavetta usando Clover Configurator in questo modo 5. Facendo attenzione a copiare la cartella dalla chiavetta copiamo la cartella EFI>CLOVER nello stesso indentico percorso presente invece nell’Hard disk. 6. A questo punto il sistema dovrebbe essere attivo e funzionante, installiamo però Voodoo HDA contenuto nella cartella /Utility Programs/ per avere l’audio funzionante, poi riavviamo. 7. Apriamo la cartella /Graphics/ dove troveremo un file di una pagina web con la guida per come abilitare la grafica. Nel nostro caso basta applicare questi codici nel terminale: 7a. sudo perl -i.bak -pe 's|\x3d\x86\x80\x12\x04\x74\x10\xeb\x5d|\x3d\x86\x80\x16\x04\x74\x10\xeb\x5d|g' /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelHD5000Graphics.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleIntelHD5000Graphics 7b. sudo perl -i.bak -pe 's|\x3d\x86\x80\x12\x04|\x3d\x86\x80\x16\x04|g' /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleIntelFramebufferAzul 7c. sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions 7d. sudo perl -i.bak -pe 's|([\xFF\xFC\x3D])\x86\x80\x12\x04|$1\x86\x80\x16\x04|sg' /System/Library/Frameworks/OpenCL.framework/Libraries/libCLVMIGILPlugin.dylib 7e. sudo codesign -f -s - /System/Library/Frameworks/OpenCL.framework/Libraries/libCLVMIGILPlugin.dylib Se dovesse esserci qualche errore commentate il post. Guida preparazione ripresa da CARBO178 HoRNDIS appartiene a Jwise, tutti i crediti a lui http://joshuawise.com/horndis Ringrazio anche RehabMan che mi ha aiutato nella compilazione e patch del DSDT e per altre questioni. Se ci sono passaggi poco chiari mandatemi un messaggio privato, provederò a chiarire modificando la guida. EDIT 23/03/15 oggi ho trovato i kext per il nostro touchpad focaltech, funzionano alla perfezione. vi lascio il link, vanno installati al posto di voodoops2. http://forum.osxlatitude.com/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=6623 tutti i crediti a lui. PS le immagini che dovrebbero essere nel testo sono tutte caricate qui sotto.
  7. I have an ASUS GTX 750 Ti PH Series 2GB DDR5 (ASUS GTX750TI-PH-2GD5) with VBIOS (or VBIOS 82.07.25.AS11). I have tried this card out on both Yosemite 10.10 and 10.10.1 with NVIDIA Web Drivers 343.01.01f01 through f03 and 343.02.01f01. I have 1xHDMI port, 2xDVI-D Dual Link and 1xVGA ports on the card. I have 1xHDMI and 1xVGA ports on my monitor Dell S2440L. The card is installed correctly and is detected in System Report > Graphics/Displays and even in NVIDIA Driver Manager's ECC tab (of course, ECC not supported though). While I have all ports functional in Windows and for my gaming needs, I'm not able to get any port to work with Yosemite. I get a blank screen with a 'No Signal' message on the HDMI and both the DVI ports with Yosemite, after the Apple logo boot screen or after NVIDIA Drivers have been loaded in verbose boot. I have tried 3 different HDMI cables and even a DVI2HDMI adapter. Apparently, VGA works on this card for a lot of people but I haven't been able to try it out. I have tried PCIRootUID=1 as one of the bootflags, as suggested in other solved threads in this forum for the ASUS GTX 750 Ti, but I get the same result. (i.e. No Signal). I have tried PCIRootUID=0, GraphisEnabler=No/Yes and all other sorts of boot flag permutations and combinations but NOTHING. My hackintosh works fine with the on-board Intel HD 4600 (1536MB VRAM) graphics (Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-B85M-D3H, supported as per the HCL). From my extensive discussions on other forums, I have gathered that this problem is not faced by cards sold by other vendors such as Palit, Gigabyte, EVGA, MSI - if any problems have been faced by these cards, they have been solved/fixed. The problem is mainly limited to ASUS cards, the ASUS Strix OC card with VBIOS being the only exception which has even the HDMI port working. toleda analysed a bunch of IOREGs for us folks stuck with non-functioning GTX 750 Ti cards and he's ruled out any issue with the NVCAP or the framebuffers. The problem seems to be only with the ASUS VBIOS for every ASUS card except the ASUS Strix OC. Some people who have flashed the ASUS Strix OC VBIOS on their non-functioning cards have reported success in getting all the ports working. I personally am skeptical since the cards that have been experimented with as well as the ASUS Strix OC are bigger cards with two fans, while mine is smaller card with a single fan. I'm not sure if it'll be safe to flash my card with the ASUS Strix OC VBIOS because it obviously has a very different component layout/structure. I'm really at my wit's end and I would appreciate any inputs whatsoever. I'm attaching my card's VBIOS in case somebody can disassemble/analyse it to figure out exactly what is different between that VBIOS and the one on the ASUS Strix OC 750 Ti which can be found here. I have also attached my IOREG, NVCAP screenshots and a GPU-Z screenshot comparison of my card to an NVIDIA Reference 750 Ti. Can't the NVIDIA kexts be somehow edited to help recognise the non-functioning ports on these problematic ASUS cards & their baffling VBIOS? If you require me to provide any more information pertaining to my case, ask away; I'll upload ASAP. Any insight is appreciated? Help me solve this puzzle.
  8. fusion71au

    Disk Utility (patched_v2)

    Version 10.10.5


    Disk Utility from Yosemite 10.10.5 (ver 13 (606)) patched to run on El Capitan. Note: After you have downloaded and unzipped the file, you need to let root:wheel take ownership of the app before the app will run... sudo chown -R 0:0 ~/Downloads/Disk\ Utility.app v1 Patching procedure from Restore old Disk Utility in OS X El Capitan, credit @Justus Beyer v2 Patched with patch pattern from diskUtilityPatch, credit @dimosgmx Debug menu can be enabled with defaults write com.apple.DiskUtility DUDebugMenuEnabled 1 Advanced image verification options unlocked with defaults write com.apple.DiskUtility advanced-image-options 1 To turn off the above options, use the same commands in terminal but type 0 instead of 1.
  9. Downloaded theme called Yosemite and put it in extra/themes/ and changed the resolution. And in org.chameleon.boot.plist <key>Theme</key> <string>Yosemite</string> But chameleon still displays the black and white prompt!
  10. Hola a todos, he intentado instalar por activa y por pasiva Yosemite, y solamente consigo KP en el disco de instalación, ni siquiera puedo arrancar la utilidad, estoy a punto de desistir y quedarme con Maveriks que me funciona bien, pero quisiera poder usar algunas funcionalidades de 10.10, como Xcode actualizado, migrar a fotos desde iphoto, etc.... Antes que nada os pongo la configuracion actua de mis sistema: Placa base Asus P5B-SE Procesador Intel Core2 Quad 6600 Memoria 8Gb DDR2 800mhz Gráfica Nvidia GTX260 Varios discos duros uno de ellos SSD No encuentro un tutorial que me indique como instalar Yosemite, desde Leopard, siempre usaba istaladores, hasta que conocí chameleon, despues utilicé myhack para instalar maveriks, alguna manita que me echaron con el dsdt.aml , SMbios.plist, etc...., pero cero que a partir de 10.10 cambia todo este tema, al parecer el bootloader a usar es clover, que es algo mas avanzado y según algunos post que he leído maravilloso. Pues ahí me pierdo, no se usar Clover, no entiendo el arranque. Hasta ahora en uno de mis discos duros creaba dos particiones, una de 8gb la cual usaba a modo de instalador (a modo de USBinstaller) y la otra donde instalaba osx, después con CCC pasaba al SSD todo el sistema. Por favor iluminarme un poco, Adjunto foto de uno de los kp que suelta el usb de instalación al intentar arrancar (el usb de instalación está hecho con diskmaker +chameleon tal y como explicaba el maestro Derty en uno de los post de este mismo foro http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/301588-crear-instalador-yosemite-usb/). Gracias.
  11. Mavericks/Yosemite laptop Overheating (Core 2 Duo)Hello guys, i have a problem with my laptop Bangho, Motherboard made by Clevo which has an overheating problem, this problem happens in every hackintosh that i install, no matter what, my pc would overheat to over 70º, i been using HWmonitor to check my temperatures and it's over 70º and sometimes it goes over 80º which is really weird becouse when i use windows my pc works at around 30º-40º, if you want to know my specs, here they are: Cpu: Core 2 Duo P8400 @ 2.26GHz Gpu: nVidia GeForce 9300m GS (236mb) Ram: 3 GB 1x2gb 1x1gb Audio: Intel 82801I (ICH9 Family) Wireless Adapter: Atheros AR9285 Motherboard: Clevo M746TU (I think) Laptop Model: Bangho B-76XOTU Os: Niresh Mavericks (And tested Yosemite Zone) getting same problem with both OS Stuff i already tried: - Install NullCpuPowerManagement (Didn't Work, high temperature) - Delete NullCpuPowerManagement and installing Patched intelcpupowermanagement from [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] (Getting Kernel Panic) - Install [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] (Didn't Work, high temperature) - Using -cpus=1 (Didn't Work, high temperature) To finalize i must add that when my laptop gets really hot it turns off itself Other Details: - System is really slow to load, mainly becouse it stuck a while in a line like this: [iOBluetoothHCIController][searchForTransportEventTimeOutHandler] -- Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport! Update: I managed to get working intelcpupowermanagement but there's no change in temperature That's All! And thanks for the help
  12. My business is slow in updating OS's, and as a result, I'm still using Yosemite. I recently got a magic trackpad 2, only to discover it only works with El Capitan. However, I do have forcetouch capability on my macbook pro, and so i'm thinking maybe all that is missing are the drivers for the magic trackpad 2.... has anyone managed to get the magic trackpad 2 working with Yosemite? I can pair it, but it acts like a dumb mouse, just move and click, no gestures or anything. Thanks! OSX Yosemite 10.10.5 Macbook Pro Mid-2015 15-inch 2.5 GHz 16 GB RAM 512 GB SSD
  13. Hi guys, crazy problem. so, i can boot from NVME. but not if Thunderbolt card is plugged in. screen just goes black when apple logo would normally show up, then desktop. it just stops. I can boot from normal SSD, and be able to mount the NVME (non-booting), and use Thunderbolt, but i want to be able to boot from the NVME and use Thunderbolt. I've tried putting the Thunderbolt card in different slots, and that hasn't been helping so far. Might there be any Clover flags perhaps, that could fix this? or any other solution? Donation for working solution! my config: 5960X X99-A Yosemite Clover ThunderboltEX II Samsung 950 Pro NVME SSD
  14. Hello everybody. I need help to understand and use some patches that Pike R. Alpha has found for XCPM on his Broadwell-E cpu on X99 board. Here's the article. My knowledge is not enough to elaborate it and apply to Clover bootloader (or, I guess to the kernel itself). I think this is going to be huge. Even for Haswell-E and Ivy Bridge-E cpus. He's found some solution to have XCPM without VoodooTSCSync.kext, MSR(0xE2) unlocked BIOSes, AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext, NullCPUPowerManagement.kext, FakeCPUid flag, etc... My set up (to be in a few day, components on their way) - Motherboard Asus X99-A II - CPU Intel i7 6900K Broadwell-E - RAM 64 GB DDR4 Corsair CMK32GX4M2B3000C15R Vengeance LPX - SSD nvme Samsung MZ-V5P512BW 950PRO m.2 - Video card EVGA nVidia GTX980 TI - ASUS ThunderboltEX II/Dual PCI-E card - OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan Yes, he's on Sierra DP3, but I (and many others, I might say) still am on 10.11.6 El Capitan or earlier (Yosemite). Anybody here? Thanks in advance g.
  15. migrodgab

    Booting problem

    Hi everyone, i successfully managed to install Yosemite 10.10.1 (Niresh) on my Toshiba laptop. Chameleon installed itself while installing Yosemite, so i was able to boot without the usb flawlessly. Everything was working fine, and i decided to put the laptop to sleep manualy, since closing the tray didn't do anything. This caused the computer to shutdown by itself and when i tried to boot again, i passed the toshiba logo and all i can ser now is the blinking line, wihtout any text. I tried to insert the usb but this came up: "boot0:doneboot1: /boot" with the blinking line at the end. I tried to re-write the usb, but the same thing happen. Can someone help me out please?? Thanks in advance
  16. Stefan Milev

    Best settings for HD5770

    Hi guys, I have a very good hackintosh in a G5 case with original look. I'm using Clover for UEFI booting and everything except one thing is good. I'm using MacPro 3,1 as SMBIOS. I know my video card is old, but it could perform a bit better and stay a bit cooler. I read people say that they have the same card (Vapor-x) running around 36 degrees, which is a lot cooler than mine. My problem is that in Mavericks it runs with 57-58 degrees Celsius on idle. In Yosemite it's 54 degrees with 26 ambient temperature. In terms of performance I see no problems. The only difference which I know of in Clover is SMBIOS. In Mavericks I use MacPro 3,1 and in Yosemite iMac 13,2 12,2. In both my card is correctly recognized with some settings in Clover. (Later I will post a screenshot). The only thing I didn't touch on either system is AGPM kext. I would like to try to tweak that, but I still don't understand how it works and what are the values I need to put. So my question is if someone is using this card with Clover and has a better performance in terms of temperature, please share some info what needs to be done to get the best of this card. DarwinDumper_2.9.4_AMI_X64_2795_Mav_stefanmilev.zip
  17. Hello everybody, I hope not be breaking any rules of the forum. I am trying to install Yosemite 10.10.1 in my notebook however already tried a lot and the same problem persists. I am searching for days without success. To boot and load all Kext appear the words: "Starting darwin x86_64" and before loading the screen with the apple logo restarts. Follow my config notebook: Core 2 Duo T9600 2.6GHz with 6MB cache (GM965 / GML960 / GL960) 740mhz bus speed audio intel broadcom network 5701 4GB memory ddr2 ICH SATA AHCI-8M Video Nvidia 8600m GT 512mb PCi-and Slot-1 Currently runs the Lion 10.7.2 in 64bit with Darwin 11.2.0 kernel and chamaleon It features a Phoenix bios quite limited, the unique existing options and I set up are AHCI, and USBLegacy. Already tried with both enabled or disabled. Has no XD or HPET as in bios. Normal Bios (legacy) and not UEFI bios Some unsuccessful attempts: -Tried to boot from USB and the dvd -Deactivated and removed USB peripherals, already removed battery, up to the wireless network card -Created a boot with direct Yosemite from Apple's download with Uni-Beast -Also Already tried using Distros as Niresh and iATKOS -Tried with HD, without hd, hd sata with normal, with HD sata ssd -Tried Six (6) different kernels, and even modified the original kernel along the lines of haswell -boot with the USB leaving him as the first to be born in the bios The problem occurs in all situations. Already used all the flags below combined in all imaginable ways: NPCI = 0x2000 NPCI = 0x3000 ForceHpet = Yes (also with No) GraphicsEnabler = Yes (also with No) PciRootUID and PciRoot (with 0 and 1) -v -x -f (combined or alone, in various ways) cpus = 1 (y = 0) busratio = (16, 20, 22, 33) VBIOS = Yes Smbiosdefaults = no USBFix XPMC-FREE dart = 0 USBLegacyOff = (Yes and No) DropSSDT and DSDT = 0 nv_disable = 1 kext-dev-mode = 1 RestartFix = Yes In UserKernelCache = nvda_drv = 1 not in Single User -s he enters, as also restarts before Already created a DSDT in lion and tried booting with chamaleon nothing has changed. The lion and the only version that installs, then tried the Mountain Lion, the Mavericks and now Yosemite, all have the same problem this topic to restart after loading the Kext. Attached the full information of my hardware I would like if possible that someone help me because this is not easy, sold out my alternatives. Thank you.
  18. Apple released a final update of the OS X Yosemite, 10.10.2 Click here to view the article
  19. Andy Vandijck

    AppleATIATA 1.0.3 for Yosemite

    I decided to update AppleATIATA for Yosemite. The current status is fully updated with no deprecation. Also a Github repo is available. Not a single warning on build Github repo URL: https://github.com/andyvand/AppleATIATA Enjoy AppleATIATA.zip
  20. Hi all, I Installed Yosemite recently and I've been experiencing lag often when multi-tasking. My specs are: M.B:Gigabyte G41MT-S2P CPU: Intel Core2Duo E7500 2.93GHz Ram: 4GB Kingstone DDR3 VGA: AMD HD 5570 1GB Is it because of the RAM? will the lag be eliminated if I upgrade the RAM to 6 GB? (1x 2GB + 1x4GB) Thanks!
  21. Hi all, Is there any way to make this dongle work with Yosemite? Thanks.
  22. Hello. Need some help with this problem. On clover booting stuck at "Root device UUID IS (some letters)" Here's my machine Motherboard:asus m5a97 (UEFI supported); Procesor: AMD Athlon II x4 640; Graphics: sapphire radeon r9 270 (non x); Here config.plist I used. What should I do? Please help. Second week I trying to fix this error. And my Kernel. config.plist-GE=Yes-ATI.zip
  23. Greetings, My first post to the forum comes in the form of a question. I am wokring on build [2] below in my signature, and my eyes are just now getting opened to the fact that there is ways to make things work without going over to the TM forum***. Exciting!! So... previously as I did previously in build [1] I just used TM's standard tools*** to try and setup build [2]. System would not even boot into setup, and after a day or so, I stumbled onto Clover, and thought, lets give it a shot. It turns out that getting it to work was really not too hard - my board was found on rampagedev.com, so the collection of files needed was already there. Easy. Now, the problem I am having is my XFX R9-280 graphics card (dev id 0x679a1002) - system will not bootup with card installed. It simply stalls on the Apple screen with the progress bar about half way. If booting in with '-v', it scrolls through the startup, I see 3 lines there talking about it detecting and enabling my card, and then it stalls on the bluetooth. I am told this card is supported out of the box, and my system (10.10.3) does have the AMD7000controller.kext file in it, but it just stalls on boot. If I disable the previously mentioned kext, the system will boot but unacellerated (painful) and it just shows the graphics as "Display 7mb". I'm sure this has been done before -- anyone here care to shout out to an Insanelymac forum newbie? Been 3 days and counting on trying to get this dumb card working (I need it for the mini DP that the card has - have a 27" Apple Cinema Display just dying to use!!). Thanks in advance, ledoktre *** A couple of places above I referenced the TM forum or tools that you typically find on it. I am learning very quickly on this forum about the general concensus on that and please forgive my not knowing previous. I'll be reloading system [1] once I get this one squared away. Am only mentioning it here for the sake of clarity to how I got to this point today. Thank you in advance for not being too hard on me for that!!! :grins:
  24. Is there a guide anywhere on how to install Yosemite on ESXI 6? If so can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks
  25. I'm looking to buy a USB wireless network adapter for a Mac Pro. What is a good device that has been confirmed to work with 10.10 Yosemite?