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  1. mrmauricionetto

    Blackscreen GTX970

    Olá pessoal. Já tentei de tudo e não consigo de jeito nenhum sair da blackscreen depois do boot. Preciso muito da ajuda de vocês, segue a minha pasta CLOVER para análise. Obrigado desde já! CLOVER.zip
  2. Hi all, I'm facing an very strange video issue with my X99-UD4, GTX 970 or 780 or 960 I'm playing a MP4 Format: H.264, 3840 x 2160 AC3, 4800 Hz FPS: 60 Size: 673,2 MB Data Rate: 8,32 Mbit/s Current Size: 1920 x 1080 (half) The movie stutters while playing. So it stops while audio is going on but the video moves stuttering. I've got Web drivers installed, no Cuda, have used different SMBIOS settings. It just don't matter what I do to get rid of this. I've searched everywhere but can't find anything to solve this. So if any one can give me a hint or help.? Thanks
  3. Running OSX 10.10.4 on a following setup: mobo: Gigabyte x79 up4 (rev1.0 latest bios version F7) cpu: i7 3820 gpu: Gigabyte Nvidia 970 mini itx 4gb (latest bios version F4) ram: 32gb (8*4gb) 1600MHz CL10 Kingston HyperX Fury hdd: 2*2tb WD Caviar Black + 4tb WD Black for storage ssd: Samsung Evo 850 Pro 256gb(windows) + Crucial M100 256gb(osx)[planning to switch soon for pcie ssd] bootloader: clover v2 r3253 bootflags: -v kext-dev-mode=1 pcirootuid=1 npci=0x2000 nvda-drv=1 nvidia web drivers: 346.02.02f03 Reboots when 2 or more displays are connected at startup. It reaches the end of verbose script and reboots. Once I was even able to type in my password at login screen, but usually it reboots just a millisecond before reaching the login screen so I'm not able to see the exact error message. I can attach other displays when fully booted and everything works just fine - Nvidia web drivers are successfully loaded and so far haven't noticed any flickering or other kind of distorsions. Anyone familiar with this kind of issue? I also added a bootlog from a successful boot via Clover Configurator, somewhy LogEveryBoot=Yes LogLocation=/Library/Logs/CloverEFI didn't produce any logs also clover automatically chose Mac Pro 4,1 SMBios if that makes any difference Thank you in advance
  4. Hello again community !!! A few days ago I did a topic in the spanish forum, in which I explained that I did not have audio and video, but I make this new issue because the audio could solve it, but I can not run my VGA which as the title says is a GTX 970 4GB. I told them that I followed RampageDev's guide, using their DMGs. When choosing the config.plist of the first step of the guide Post Installation with DMG Haswell (my processor is an i5 4690k) I choose the one in the Standard folder, which according to the guide of Rampage, is for those who do not use the Web Nvidia Drivers After that I continue with the guide process and install everything correctly, audio, network etc. After completing the Haswell DMG Post Installation Guide, reboot, and everything is fine. Now, my problem is which guide I have to choose to install my VGA, which of these three guides: I saw each of them, and option 1 is not for my VGA because it is up to version 10.8.2 of OSX, option 2 could be for my 970, but the version of drives is up to 10.12.4 v2 and besides I Had chosen the standard method that would not have the Nvidia Web Drivers. And option 3 asks me for the SSDT / DSDT injection, I follow the steps of the guide, Ioreg download installed it, OSX start and in Clover I choose the Inject Nvidia option and uncheck the Use Nvidia Web Driver option, Already on the desktop open Ioreg, and when I go to look for the specific option that shows the guide (PCI1@2), I can not find this line: As an observation, there are also the above lines, NPEA@16, NPEB@0, NPEC@5, NPED@5.2, NPEE@5.4. As well neither GFX0@0, AGPM, gpu-control. I thank the time to read and still more if they can help me !!!
  5. Running OSX 10.10.4 on a following setup: mobo: Gigabyte x79 up4 (rev1.0 latest bios version F7) cpu: i7 3820 gpu: Gigabyte Nvidia 970 mini itx 4gb (latest bios version F4) ram: 32gb (8*4gb) 1600MHz CL10 Kingston HyperX Fury hdd: 2*2tb WD Caviar Black + 4tb WD Black for storage ssd: Samsung Evo 850 Pro 256gb(windows) + Crucial M100 256gb(osx)[planning to switch soon for pcie ssd] bootloader: clover v2 r3253 bootflags: -v kext-dev-mode=1 pcirootuid=1 npci=0x2000 nvda-drv=1 nvidia web drivers: 346.02.02f03 Reboots when 1 or more displays are connected via DVI output at startup alongside DisplayPort and/or HDMI. DP and HDMI together boot up fine, but connecting DVI ports in OS it reboots. When booting with DP and/or HDMI + 1 or 2 DVI displays attached it reaches the end of verbose script and reboots. Once I was even able to type in my password at login screen, but usually it reboots just a millisecond before reaching the login screen so I'm not able to see the exact error message. I can attach other displays when fully booted with one display and everything works just fine - Nvidia web drivers are successfully loaded and so far haven't noticed any flickering or other kind of distortions. Anyone familiar with this kind of issue? I also added a bootlog from a successful boot via Clover Configurator, somewhy LogEveryBoot=Yes LogLocation=/Library/Logs/CloverEFI didn't produce any logs Thank you in advance
  6. Ciao a tutti, Premetto che è passato qualche anno da quando ero in "questo mondo" e ora che sono tornato vedo che i problemi sono sempre quelli, purtroppo. Detto ciò, ho assemblato recentemente un pc composto da: - MSI H97 gaming 3 - Intel i5 4690 @ 3,5 gHz - Samsung 850 evo 256GB - WD Caviar Green 1TB - Galax GTX 970 Black Edition 4GB Sarei contentissimo di installare El Capitan su questa macchina e su vari forum prima di comprare il pc mi era stato detto che era compatibile, quindi senza grandi problemi per l'installazione (-.-). I problemi li ho riscontrati eccome. Ho provato ad installare Yosemite utilizzando una versione "pulita" con clover e usando la Yosemite-Zone mentre El Capitan solo con ###### Nel BIOS dovrei aver settato tutto correttamente, ho utilizzato svariate combinazioni di flag utilizzando questi principalmente: -v -x -f nv_enabler=1 npci=0x2000 GraphicsMode=Yes GraphicsMode=No PCIRootUID=0 PCIRootUID=1 maxmem=4096 cpus=1 I risultati: -Yosemite "Pulita" si ferma per "misssing bluetooth controller" -Yosemite-Zone sono riuscito a far andare l'installer, ma ad 11 minuti dalla fine (2 dopo l'inizio) mi da l'errore "Essential.pkg" e si blocca -El Capitan viene totalmente skippato quando faccio il boot da pennetta e parte Windows. Sia in UEFI che in legacy Non so più che provare! Qualcuno riesce ad aiutarmi? Grazie mille del tempo perso.
  7. Hi everyone, I recently assembled my new pc composed by: - MSI H97 gaming 3 - Intel i5 4690 @ 3,5 gHz - Samsung 850 evo 256GB - WD Caviar Green 1TB - Galax GTX 970 Black Edition 4GB I would be happy to install mac os on it, i need it. Before I buy it on the net they told me it could be compatible(-.-). I tried to install Yosemite and also El capitan. The bios settings should be correct, to boot installation I used these flags in many different combos: -v -x -f nv_enabler=1 npci=0x2000 GraphicsMode=Yes GraphicsMode=No PCIRootUID=0 PCIRootUID=1 maxmem=4096 cpus=1 Results: -Yosemite "Clean"(with Clover) - It gives me "misssing bluetooth controller" error and then freeze -Yosemite-Zone.dmg - After a lot of tries, it starts installation, but after 2 minutes (11 to finish) they crash with "Essential.pkg" error. -El Capitan(with clover) - When I boot usb pen it starts Windows, bios try to boot, but after skip the pen. Tried in UEFI and in legacy. I'm desperated, I don't know what I have to try! Someone can help me? Sorry for my easy english and thanks for the time.
  8. pogano

    OpenCL & GTX970 Problem

    Hi. I have a strange problem with applications using OpenCL. When turned off, most Adobe apps constantly crashing (Photoshop & Illustrator). In Lightroom and DxO (suite for photographers) i can see many gliteches. Any way to fix it? DSDT/AGPM? Using latest Clover and Nvidia Web Drivers, SMBIOS to MacPro5,1 (before was iMac14,2) Hackintosh: Asus Strix Direct CU II GTX 970 4GB Gigabyte Z97 Gaming-3 OC'ed i4770k No SSDT/DSDT patches, using NullCPUPowerMgmgt. Thanks in advance!
  9. Hello, I am using SMBIOS 12,2 As I have an Intel Sandy Bridge i7-2600k GFX card is an Nvidia GTX970 I have a fresh install of Sierra from USB, not an upgrade. I installed Clover, installed my kexts, everything boots to desktop, etc. Works fine. However, after installing the NVIDIA web drivers, after enabling and a reboot, it gets to the login screen and the screen goes black. I think the system, is up and working. If I proceed to blindly enter my password, the HDD activity lights go nuts, etc. Somehow it's just not outputting the display. I have: Installed the Nvidia web drivers (367.15.10.05f01 for 16A323) Enabled the Nvidia_web startup in my config.plist Removed the nvda_drv=1 from the boot arguments Removed the nvda_drv=1 from the NVRAM Tried adding Mac-942B59F58194171B (set to none) to my /S/L/E*/AppleGraphicsControl.kext/Plugins/AppleGraphicsDevicePolicy.kext/Contents/Info.plist I am at my wits end. I have no idea what else I can do. I would really appreciate some help.
  10. After almost two weeks trying, Finally I got a success build under my hardware. Thanks to all the people been helping me with all my problems. Here is the Guide. Please try and let me know: This guide requires to have known working secondary card to get it going. I would like to know if we can skip this by using vmware install. Please let me know if someone has tried. Thanks in advance. Build i7 5820k MSI x99s SLI PLUS mobo Gigabyte GTX970 G1 5 HDDs on RAID5 2 x separated SSDs not in the RAID. Asus 4k monitor using DP port Preparation - USB Flash Drive 8gb+ - An known working nvida graphic card. - a working computer running mac os x. Replace your GTX970 card with the temp card. Boot Drive 1) Download Clover from http://sourceforge.net/projects/cloverefiboot/ 2) Be sure you select "Install for UEFI booting only" while installation. 3) Follow this guide to finish the install: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/298521-easy-yosemite-1010-final-usb-installer-updated-10162014/ 4) Come back before you change any file in your boot drive 5) Download Clover Configurator at: http://www.hackintoshosx.com/files/file/49-clover-configurator/ 6) Run Clover Configurator, under Tools -> Mount EFI -> Mount EFI partition 7) after doing so, you should be about to see an EFI drive in you Finder. remove and replace the EFI folder by this package : https://www.dropbox.com/s/5xjgdbwfwdkc1v5/EFI.zip?dl=0. Installation 8) reboot using your USB drive. 9) finish the first stage of the installation. 10) after the system reboot, still boot via your USB and still select Install Yosemite on your USB drive. The system will continue the previous incomplete installation. Post-installation Set your SMBIOS to Mac pro 4,1 Install Nvidia Webdriver Reboot your system and make sure everything works. Replace Graphic card back to gtx970 Reboot Install attached HDA package to get the audio working. * turn all input gain to 0 if you hear noise. VoodooHDA-v2.8.7.pkg.zip
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