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onmybikedrunk posted a topic in OSx86 10.10 (Yosemite)Specs: Asus X99 Sabertooth TUF i7-5960X Hynix 32GB 3000Mhz DDR4 kit (run at 2666) 3 Sandisk Extreme II SSDs - 1 OS X, 1 Windows 10, 1 Media Storage 1 WD Black 1TB EVGA P2 1000w PSU (Platinum) Kraken X61 Closed Loop Cooler 2 x 980 Ti (Evga Superclocked Stock Cooler) PCI Wifi/Bluetooth Card - Legit Apple USB Sound (stock AppleHDA) Bootloader/Software: Clover r3253 (latest as of this post) SSDT from RampageDev X99 DMG (updated this past weekend for X99 Sabertooth) Kexts: GenericUSB/10.9.5 Rollbacks of IOPCIFamily, AppleAPCIPlatform/FakeSMC/VoodooTSync/NullCPU/FakeSMC WebDrivers (newest with 980 Ti support) Problem: While using OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 without warning or any noticeable console errors or kernel panics my machine just simply restarts. It's almost like someone rips the power cord from the wall, but it reboots. When it reboots all the windows I had open reappear even though I have the little tick box unchecked when manually restarting/shutting down that provides for windows to reopen. History: I figured this was a hardware issue - but I'm starting to second guess myself. The kicker is this machine functions BEAUTIFULLY under Windows, and even with the Windows 10 upgrade. It began randomly in OS X 10.10.3 as I've had a completely functioning X99 Hack since the X99 release last year. So I'm at a loss here and on my last limb of sanity. I waited patiently for 10.10.4 figuring I just needed to reinstall OS X, using Windows in the meantime. I should mention - I'm lucky enough to live by a Microcenter and I always purchase the build-yourself-warranty that allows for a new or equal in monetary swap out of new parts if something goes bad - or if you just feel like upgrading. Since the problem started, in an effort to diagnose this problem, I swapped the motherboard from an Asus X99 Deluxe to an X99 Sabertooth, I've RMA'd the Memory (XMP profile wouldn't show in BIOS), installed new GPUs (went from Titan Blacks to 980 Ti's), and tried different disks to no avail. I've monitored the PSU voltages in Windows but have not used a multimeter or PSU tester. The last thing I can think of is that it may be the CPU, but as I mentioned, EVERYTHING functions perfectly in Windows. I've done about 4 fresh installs testing different kexts etc... I'm dying for some sort of answer here. I really don't want to use my CPU upgrade at MC for the same one, I'd rather wait for Broadwell-E (if it happens). Calling all GURUs! Toleda, Pike R. Alpha, RampageDev, Netkas or Slice even! HELP ME! lol
FearJoy posted a topic in New Users LoungeHi all, this is my first post! I passed the two quizzes with ease, but was surprised that there were no questions regarding forum rules ;P Current setup: Asus X99 Deluxe II Intel 5930k Corsair Vengeance 2x16GB DDR4 3200 Samsung EVO 850 Pro 512GB - Windows 10 Drive Corsair HXi 1000 My ultimate goal would to be able to dual boot into Windows or OS X depending on my needs. No overclocking, looking for stability (relative) here. I currently have a second EVO 850 that I am hoping to load with OS X El Capitan 10.11.x. I would highly prefer 10.11.x, but would be willing to settle for Yosemite if the install became too difficult. Worth noting: I have built computer all my life, I own a MacBook Pro, CSE student (2 semesters left) and am not afraid to dig into BIOS/kexts/EFI's, and I'm exited to be here With that out of the way I have three questions: Is this dual boot set up compatible with 10.11.x? Is this dual boot set up compatible with 10.10.x? If yes to 1 or 2 --- would it be easier to install OSX+boot loader+misc with the SSD mounted to my MacBook over a SSD<->USB cable OR to do the generic install method over a USB loaded with the install and EFI partition? Thanks for reading this, really. I've done a bunch of lurking, seen how far some people have gotten with X99 builds, but my inexperience with the subject matter has left me struggling to put together the fragmented and vague information I've found. Thanks again
AnssaienlyMac posted a topic in AppleHDAHello, guys! I was wondering if anybody had managed to get a working AppleHDA.kext for MSI X99A SLI PLUS (ALC892). If so, would you share the method you used, please? Thanks!
AnssaienlyMac posted a topic in OSx86 10.11 (El Capitan)UPDATE: Managed to make Apple Store work for the first time ever! I installed IntelMausiEthernet.kext first so it can be assigned to "en0", then I installed my USB WIFI dongle(Brand: Netis. Chipset: Realtek RTL8192CU8). Tried to patch AppleHDA.kext for my ALC892. I can see 4 outputs and 2 input. Only one input works. Everything else doesn't work. I'm still working on it. Hello, everyone! For those who were having problems installing OS X El Capitan on X99A SLI Plus with Core i7 5820K Haswell-E, here's how I fixed it: First of all, I used the RAW USB image from this link: (thepiratebay is down at the moment, just go to thepiratebay.com and it will redirect to the current domain they're using, then type 'el capitan intel pcs' and download the most seeded file you find at the top of the results.) The thing about this image is that it can be installed via Windows using Win32 Disk Imager, for those who want to install OS X for the first time or their OS X got damaged and it cannot be recovered. I used a version of FakeSMC.kext(see attachments) I found by chance, and I replaced the other FakeSMC.kext stored in the USB EFI partition via Windows. (EFI/CLOVER/Kexts/10.11/) In addition to that, I removed Voodoo PS2 controller kext--just to be safe--because I've been having KPs because of it since 2009 on OS X Tiger, Leopard and Snow Leopard. For boot args, I used: -v npci=0x2000 I also enabled Haswell-E patch. If I don't replace FakeSMC.kext with the one attached, I get a KP concerning CPUSensors.kext plugin which can be found inside FakeSMC.kext. I hope this helps. (Posting this from OS X El Capitan) FakeSMC.kext.zip