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  1. I've had a successful and functioning hackintosh for a while now. It's running Yosemite and has Clover as the boot loader. I want to update to Sierra but am having trouble doing so. I have updated my Clover to the latest version and put the mandatory boot lefts in their folder within the EFI partition. I run the Install macOS Sierra app and when the PC restarts I boot into the Installer partition with verbose to make sure nothing goes wrong. But it does go wrong. I get an error that says: "Error loading kernel cache (0x9)" I'm not sure what this means. Can anyone help me. Is there any way I can get to Sierra? Specs: CPU: i7 3770 Mobo: OEM Acer Board (MC605) GPU: GTX 760 SC Below is a video of me trying to boot into the update partition. Also a note. I deleted OSXAptioFixDrv but kept OSXAptioFixDrv2 as it would give me another error when booting into the update partition. However now the option for me to boot into my existing Yosemite installation is gone. I'm not sure if these are related. Any help is appreciated.
  2. Long time no see everyone, I'm trying to upgrade my Sierra installation to High Sierra via vanilla installer. Upgrades never caused issues before (minus Pascal web drivers) until now. It seems the High Sierra installer cannot boot from a Fusion Drive. Clover says it encounters errors loading the kernel cache, with code 0xe. I believe what the installer does before rebooting into the file copy process is try to upgrade the JHFS+ partition to APFS from what I saw on a verbose reboot, and that might be the issue. But from what I read from the Apple support documents, Fusion Drives should not be converted and indeed my drive is not (since I can reboot to Sierra after the error). Or it could be that the installer itself has compatibility issues with Fusion Drives. *note: I've also tried a createinstallmedia USB, which shows the hack can boot High Sierra via USB but not from a Fusion Drive. I'll try installing with the no conversion flag through the terminal. In the meantime, can we think of any other reasons why this might be happening? Update: no luck with the no conversion flag. It doesn't look like it's related to APFS at all, but rather an issue unique to Fusion Drives.
  3. Hey there, Yesterday, after I'd turned on my T3500 10.12.4, it hung at the OS X login screen. "No worries", I thought, "I'll just reboot and off we go again". All I had was a black screen, so a boot with `-v` was the next step. "Error loading kernel cache (0xe) Boot failed, sleeping for 10 seconds before exit" "Not a problem", I thought to myself, "I'll just jump into Clover and try -f and/or -s". Same thing. Oh oh. One thing I'd noticed was the Clover entry (when I pressed space on my OS X drive) was "Cancel Hibernate Wake". However, selecting this with any other combination (safe mode, single user, no kexts, -f, dart=0, darkwake=0) leads to the same 0xe error.) Some background: I'd just (in the last few days) upgraded to 10.12.4 from .3 I believe. I've used this T3500 from Mavericks at least - had a Clover install the whole time. As far as backup up goes, I dug up some older versions of my EFIs - nothing I haven't changed the config.plist recently (certainly not recently) I haven't edited my DSDT I installed Clover 4049 to be able to install 10.12.4 I've since installed 4061 to both my Internal Drive's EFI and a new USB I made with a new Sierra Installer. I've booted into the recovery mode of the EFI but running first aid didn't work on my OS X drive I also run a second hard disk with Windows 10 UEFI and Linux UEFI (Bunsen Labs) booting through Clover. Linux still boots, and I can access the OS X hard drive from there (that's where I backed up the older Clover EFI folders from). I will try Windows too. EDIT: Windows 10 boots too The last thing I did before rebooting was installing Xcode 8.3.1 from a XIP from the developers portal. I've booted into the installer of the Sierra installer, and tried finding a rogue "sleepimage" file, but it doesn't exist at "/private/var/vm" on mine - I've had "hibernate 0" off since the beginning. I also tried first aid for the drive, but it checks out fine. I've tried putting the latest FakeSMC in 10.12 folder in Clover EFI I've tried looking for FakeSMC_X in my S/L/E - I don't have one! The only kexts I have modified are the AMD/ATI ones responsible for my AMD/ATI FirePro v4000 being detected and utilised properly (workstation version of the 5760?) So, I've tried the safe modes, I've tried single user modes (failed on OS X, worked in recovery and installer, but can't use it to access the kextcache files on my volume), tried changing Clovers to a good few versions back (confirmed working ones) and I've tried changing the AptioFix 1/2 files over (of course, I'd never had to change them before). Wondering if someone can help me out? I can't seem to get any further with any of the options, though someone enterprising might have an idea about if I have to change any config.plist things - I heard there were some changes especially for 10.12.4, but I booted that at least twice, so I'm quite confused. Convinced I have to get my computer out of a "hibernate" state somehow, but not sure how Clover gauges that - I even reset the nvram last time I was in the regular installer, but it didn't seem to make any difference - the "Error loading kernel cache (0xe)" appears instantly, with no other information as far as I can tell. Now that I have an installer, I'm willing to re-install... but surely this is salvageable somehow? Will post any files you might deem necessary. Cheers guys - a little frustrated and confused. EDIT: Things I tried: * Turning on boot logging for Clover, but I can't seem to find *either* the option to turn logging on, *or* where the log ends up. * Switching Things I will try: * Unplugging all my USB gear * Using a G-Parted Live USB to unjournal/re-journal my drive?
  4. Hi guys, Finally I installed my hackintosh but I still have some problems. I have HP Pavilion DV7-6053er with i7-2630M, 8 Gb of RAM. I wrote my own DSDT to get rid of problems with integrated HD3000 graphics, installed modified kernel to get all 4+4 cores working, applied ssdt for i7, so in general it seems to be ok besides problems with keyboard/touchpad. I installed VoodoooPS2Controller as well but it has no results. Every time I start system I have no keyboard/touchpad working. And strange thing - I rebuilt kernel cache several times, but loading with UseKernelCache=Yes results in no USB working as well as PS/2.. If I start my system from ML install USB drive created with ###### and provide only one option UseKernelCache=No everything is OK. Second problem is with sound. Just right after install I used ###### to get things work (VoodooHD .72) and it worked for several reboots! But somehow now it's not functional... Please, if someone could help be this will be really kind! (sorry for my English) I'm not quite sure what should I post here as description of system, could you also guide me?
  5. Version 1.2


    A shell script for rebuilding the prelinked kernel with 64-bit extensions and the info caches. Ideal for running after messing with extensions.