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  1. Hi. I apologize in advance if I didn't post in the right category and if my title and description aren't specific enough :c My config in a nutshell: CPU: i7 5820k GPU: MSI GTX 1060 3GB RAM: 16 GB MOBO: MSI X99 SLI PLUS I attached RunMe output with all the details of my built. Some background: I have my Hackintosh for about half a year. That time I managed to make it works and fix major issues, but some of them left unresolved since then and I ignored them until now. I use my Hackintosh for Adobe projects (PR, AE, PS, IL, AU and a lot more) - most of them connected with video editing of course browsing with Chrome and other small tasks. Problems: Random restarts - this is the biggest one. I'm starting to work on bigger and bigger projects and at this time I think I can't allow this to happen that often. In the past, they happened like once a day or a couple of times a week. However, now it's just frustrating when it happens even 5 or more times a day. I've tried to observe and find out what can be the cause but I haven't managed to find any connections. I thought it happens when Premiere or another app is using GPU, but I haven't seen increased usage when it restarts. I think that it can be connected with GPU, memory or PSU or... meh, anything else. I don't have resources to check if it'll work with other components. There should be some fix for this. I will really appreciate any help with this :c Restart instead of shutdown & sleep doesn't work. I've tried to look through some Google results for this and tried many solutions (as you can see in attached Clover folder), but I think the right one for many of these issues is to make my own DSDT. Glitches, freezes and other things while encoding a video. It happens very often when I try to do this. Maybe it is an issue with GPU or (hopefully) only with GPU drivers which can be fixed with some patch. Today my headphones stopped working. I have a multi-output device configured in the Audio MIDI Setup app which includes my headphones (HyperX Cloud via USB) and Soundflowerbed virtual audio device for capturing system audio. Today while I was trying (like 15 times) to encode a video in Media Encoder in the background and watch video on YouTube I stopped hearing anything from my system. Of course, it restarted a couple of times as always, but even this didn't solve this. If I plug them directly with mini jack (not via USB Soundcard which was in the box and which I always used) in the front IO or the back I only hear some loud noise It takes EX-Fat formatted volumes a few minutes to mount after each restart. I found a workaround to format it with NTFS since I have Tuxera installed and I will reformat these volumes when I will find time for this, but maybe there is some fix for this. GPU is a little bit hot. HW Monitor shows it is only 45-55 degrees, but for my hand is a little bit hot, idk. Also related to GPU - glitch after POST but before entering Clover boot menu. It is a black screen with little white squared glitches for a few seconds. Maybe it indicates the GPU drivers are loading, but maybe it shouldn't be like this. And if I can ask about that - I can't make all applications hide on startup. I, obviously, have "Hide" checkbox checked on every login item in settings, but it doesn't work, none of the apps is hidden in the dock. Is there a way to fix this? Also a small but annoying problem - I can't turn off permanently Mojave update notification (since I tried to install it, and I had to reverse to High Sierra because I had a black screen and I didn't have time for repairing all of them. Tags are not working in Finder - every time I tag a file or folder and make a change in it (for example save a text file) the tag disappears. So, with knowing all of that, is there a way to make a proper DSDT file for my Hackintosh? I tried to look through some guides on how to make it but I think I reached my abilities to understand how Mac OS works and what all of these things are, so I'm asking you guys politely, would someone like to help me? At least with these random restarts? :/ I really begin to think that I'm a newbie in configuring all of that Clover things - even after what I managed to do with my PC. Help me, pleease... :c If you have any questions post it below, I will really appreciate any help <3 Send me MBP-Gorec.home.zip
  2. Hey, i have problem of Freezes and Glitches with Intel HD 4400 in High Sierra 10.13.4. I have i5-4300U with the following edits: OperationRegion (GFXH, PCI_Config, Zero, 0x40) Field (GFXH, ByteAcc, NoLock, Preserve) { VID0, 16, DID0, 16 } Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized) // _DSM: Device-Specific Method { If (LEqual (Arg0, Buffer (0x10) { /* 0000 */ 0xC6, 0xB7, 0xB5, 0xA0, 0x18, 0x13, 0x1C, 0x44, /* 0008 */ 0xB0, 0xC9, 0xFE, 0x69, 0x5E, 0xAF, 0x94, 0x9B })) { If (LNotEqual (And (VID0, 0xFFFF), 0xFFFF)) { Store (Package (0x0E) { "AAPL,slot-name", "Built In", "name", "Intel Graphics Controller", "model", Buffer (0x0E) { "Intel HD 4400" }, "device_type", Buffer (0x14) { "Graphics Controller" }, "compatible", Buffer (0x0C) { "pci8086,412" }, "AAPL,ig-platform-id", Buffer (0x04) { 0x06, 0x00, 0x26, 0x0A }, "hda-gfx", Buffer (0x0A) { "onboard-1" } }, Local0) DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0)) Return (Local0) } } Return (0x80000002) } And using "0x04128086" as FakeID, injecting Intel enabled and using the "0x0A260006" in Clover config.plist. Please any suggestion to solve this issue? Thanks!
  3. ManIkWeet

    The Intel HD3000 problem.

    Hi After a short time of usage, I get horrible graphical glitches on my screen. See screenshots: I can temporarily remove the glitches by changing resolution to scaled and then back. I have a single resolution available: 1600x900 Graphics kexts are stock Apple. I am on OS X 10.9 (13A598). My bootloader is Clover, but I am willing to switch to Chameleon if needed. OS X recognizes same EDID as Windows, though said EDID does not seem complete. HDMI Connector does seem to work properly, though graphic glitches do appear on external monitor. I can not change VRAM in BIOS. On verbose boot, I get the infamous "Buffer pool allocate failed" message. Connectors: Internal LCD VGA HDMI Hardware specifications: Intel i5 2410m, 2.3GHz Intel HD3000 with device id = 0x01198086 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 RAM Intel Mobile HM65 chipset Laptop/Notebook model: Asus K73E-TY071V
  4. GA-EP45-DS3 (correct dsdt for bios) SMBIOS Mac Pro 3,1 Asus ENGT520 SILENT 10.8.2 latest Chimera Experiencing some very odd artifacts that appear rather randomly. 3D/OpenGL stuff and Heaven Benchmark runs through continously and without errors, even with max AA and max AF turned on. I appear to have QE/CI working and dual Monitor too, the artifacts appear on both monitors and concentrate mainly on menu elements, icons and filenames. The Graphics Adapter is brand new and does not appear to have any thermal issues under load (tested with my bare hands) and does not show any other abnormalities. After sleep, the artifacts tend to disappear for a while. After longer use (not neccessarily under load!) they reappear. Currently I am using the stock NVDAGF100Hal.kext, patched with the correct device/vendor ID. I installed the newest Chimera and deleted Appleupstreamuserclient.kext (if that is of any relevance). Regardless of whether i boot with GraphicsEnabler enabled or disabled, I am seeing the same symptoms. Also I am not using any special kexts other than HDAEnabler.kext and RTL-kext by lnx2mac. Cinebench and Heaven results are what is to be expected of this card. Since the System (GA-EP45-DS3, Q6600 on stock speed) is running vanilla and has been working with the proper DSDT for a couple of months now, and the only new component is the GPU, i guess that the card has faulty VRAM or something along those lines. But since stress tests do not make the system lock up or heat up for that matter, I was wondering whether someone else experienced similar issues. My searches in several forums did not bring up anything useful. I have attached a couple of Screenshots (yep, the artifacts show up on screenshots). Other than the artifacts the system is smooth and runs well. Oh and I tried several options for the Gigabyte Robust Graphics Booster in the BIOS (AUTO/Fast/Turbo), but there does not really be a way to turn it off. However I cannot imagine that such a marginal overclock, if it even does anything at all, would cause such heavy artifacts. - any ideas for a fix regarding the visual glitches? - any way to do an artifact test under osx? i know of ways in windows, but the machine does not have a windows install available to test atm - chances for this being a hardware defect? i am betting on corrupt vram or the likes thanks in advance for any help offered Guess this is a Fermi issue? The latest nvidia drivers do not show support for the GT520 though, should i try to install them?
  5. Hi, I've been using Yosemite Beta 2 and 3 before and yesterday clean installed Yosemite GMC 1 then updated to GMC2. In all these installations I have full resolution with QE/CI on my Intel HD 4600. And in all of these installations I had a problem with Preview app. As soon as I open any document, a grey block covers part of it and the app freeze for a while. Sometimes, the app crash asking to send report to Apple. I'm suspecting either graphic driver issue with my setup or problem with the app itself. But since all other apps are working fine including Maps (which relies heavily on graphics and openGL), I'm leaning towards assuming it is a problem with Preview app that it is buggy. Does anybody else have glitches in Preview app?
  6. radargb

    Glitches on boot

    Ive menaged to make almost fully working Yosemite on my laptop, but one thing annyoing me so far. Im having weird screen glitches on boot. There is proper white apple logo with progress bar, and then it gets glitchy just a moment before login screen. After that everything is fine. Realised that problem doesnt occur when im booting with external monitor plugged in. Anyone having this issue? Or maybe some clues how to fix it? First stage of boot: Second stage of boot (just before login screen):
  7. So you installed Mountain Lion in your AMD machine. You did it despite all you heard about heavy graphics corruption rendering the system unusable, at least in a hardware accelerated environment. But you also read some ATI cards would work with full QE/Ci, with enough stability to make your big cat purr, so you researched and asked, read and compared, and then bought an ATI card that could give you reasonable expectations and, voilà, it did work like a joy! Or perhaps you already had an ATI card and found out that it was in the joy list, or even wasn't there and you decided to give a go anywhay: if you don't play the game, how can you win - and you really did it. So you installed Mountain Lion and, after found all or almost all drivers you needed for your machine to fully work, you could realy brag about having a top notch, modern and innovative OS, roaring like an alpha cat on your not-so-pricey machine. Mission control? Improves yor productivity. Full screen apps? Really smooth? Cloud services? Well, that was hard but you found a workaround and perhaps have it working? Safari 6 and its iCloud integrated browsing? Huh? Well, if you like letter soup games, or solving word puzzles, or even admiring abstract pictures, you might as well have enjoyed it. Otherwise, you swtched to another browser, like Firefox or Chrome: they have some fine-tuning options, and you found out that, by disabling hardware accelerated compositing, they worked just they should. It really bothered you: besides missing the iCloud tab, which is a cool feature in itself and could be very helpful if you are a happy owner of an iDevice, not being able to use a core app like Safari felt like being able to watch the movie, but sitting behind a man with a big hairy head, or being served delicious pancakes, but with no syrup, or visiting Paris, only to find out the Louvre was closed for maintenance. Having the OSX experience, but not all that experience you could. Up to now, you had to live with it, because the fine-tuning options that saved the game for the other browsers are simply not available in Safari. Up to now, because in fact they are available. And i'll teach you how to make them naughty tools to show up, and how they can grant you the Safari experience you were craving for. First, open our good old friend the terminal. Copy this to the window and type enter: defaults write com.apple.safari IncludeInternalDebugMenu 1 Then open Safari. You'll see the messed graphics it usually have shown, but at the top, there's the menu bar, and you'll find a new guest there, the debug option: Clicking on it, this window will show: You will select Drawing/Compositing Flags and another window will show up: Then you'll check Disable Canvas Accelerated Drawing and Disable Full Page Accelerated Drawing in New Windows, just like in the last picture. That done, restart Safari and you will be able to try the Mountain Lion version of this wonderful browser on your AMD hackintosh. Live with that, Intel users! Enjoy your Safari. Be kind with the wildlife! All the best!
  8. Hi, I've been in the process of getting all my hardware working on Lion, but one thing I just can't figure out this strange business with my trackpad. It seems to occur mostly when I move my mouse over some selectable text or something that changes the mouse between an arrow and text selection cursor. My mouse will jump for a second and sometimes input right clicks continuously for a few seconds. I'm using voodooPS2 from http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index. ... pic=175372 (Only certain versions of voodoops2 and appleps2 give me any functionality with my keyboard/trackpad, and all versions that i've tried so far seem to give me this same bugyness if they even give me any functionality), and my trackpad is a synaptics (Version 7.5). If I remove VoodooPS2Trackpad under plugins in VoodooPS2Controller I can get regular mouse functionality but then I loose my multitouch of course. Removing VoodooPS2Mouse Instead leaves my trackpad acting with the same glitchy jumps and clicks. Any help figuring out how to fix these glitches without giving up multitouch would be greatly appreciated, thanks!