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  1. midi-sama

    [GUIDE] [10.12] Sierra on Tab!

    Sierra on Tab! [DISCONTINUED] MY TAB'S MOTHERBOARD FRIED! First of all, I would like to thanks everyone on the Tablets > Samsung section for making OS X on XE700T1C possible, first from Yosemite up to El Capitan. This thread, however, is for Sierra installation, thanks to this thread (and the users there for the help), we gathered some information about our device capabilities and limitation on Sierra: What works: Everything but: What's not working/issues: PS/2 buttons (volume/rotation/Home buttons) - driver problem, needs kext edits For some: WiFi disconnections Wacom Driver (as for now, drivers for Sierra not released yet) They have been released. Intel Wifi/BT (no need to ask why, check the old threads for this device) Battery level may (most of the time) be wrong, please check HWMonitor for the real values, somehow macOS reads it wrong, and at some point it may even show "Replace Soon" (LOL). Battery may be stuck at "Charging" icon if woken up from sleep while being charged and then unplugged, to fix that, replug and unplug the charger. Before starting, neither me nor insanelymac.com is held responsible if anything goes wrong to your computer, or your cat died because you didn't feed it or a nuclear war. We are here to show you how to do stuff, you do it and take full responsibility of it. Part 1: Prepare your Computer: Before doing anything stupid, BACKUP YOUR FREAKING DATA! Don't come crying at me because you've lost your work files, notes or the secret recipe of Krusty Krab, I'll point my finger at you and laugh to my heart's content (yes, but I warned you, and as they say in arabic: 9ad a3thara man anthar قد أعذر من أنذر) YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! For that, you can use Samsung's tool (if you still have it), Microsoft Windows' tool (under windows 8/10 > File History, or under windows 10 using one of these) or using 3rd party tools like CCC or CloneZilla (open-source and totally free, recommended, backup partitions instead of disk, will help to restore single partitions instead of erasing the whole ssd), and if you're under OS X already, use Time Machine to backup, Linux users know what to do (CloneZilla, Aptik...). UPDATE your UEFI Firmware to the latest version, using Samsung Update, don't do anything stupid, let the updater do its thing and fulfill its requirements (full battery, no running program ..). May break your device if you do anything stupid here, don't be stupid then (I just solved world stupidity, praise me!). Prepare your tools: a OS X/macOS computer/VM (deal with it) one 8GB USB (or two, second may be small for clover only, recommended, external HDDs will work too) your ATIV (duh!) your brain, you can buy one if needed (mostly black markets, watch out: illegal) optionally, external USB mouse, as the internal one doesnt have scroll feature, blame ELAN for making the USB drivers not close to PS/2 ones Other than that, prepare yourself mentally, this will be tremendously long you'll pop your eyes out, so do this on a lit room and better in the morning when you're wide-awake, thank me later for that. Make some snakes while you're at it, you'll need them. Part 2: Prepare your install - Install! On your OS X/macOS computer Download (or build) Clover from here (or build from here) Download FakeSMC.kext (choose Binaries) toledaARPT.kext (only for AR9280/5 or compatible, optional) for BCM users, refer please to the older thread, must be the same for you, thought I've read that Sierra has some problems with some BCM cards, good luck then :3 Internet is NEEDED later, and AppleALC.kext and lastly HFSPlus.efi Download PlistEditor (google) Download macOS Sierra from the AppStore (by now the final release should be already published) Open Disk Utility and plug your USB stick. Select Erase > Name it whatever you want > Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) > Scheme : GUID Partition Table (GPT) > ERASE!!! You better have already saved what was there lol Select then Partition > hit + > Make a Clover partition of 500MB MS-DOS (FAT) partition and the rest Installer partition with Mac OS Extended (Journaled) Apply Note 1: for smartasses saying "Why GPT, why not MBR?", A: for some reason El Capitan/Sierra Disk Utility wouldn't let me partition it later on, I don't know what's going on, but only GPT partitioning was permitted, somebody please confirm/fix this. Thanks. Note 2: for smartasses saying "Why did you make a Clover partition instead of using the existing EFI partition from the GPT formatting", A: having a partition to automount is better than mounting a hidden one each time! Thou art done with Disk Utility, Thou shalt close it! Install Clover on the CLOVER (well fat partitions are renamed with capital letters) partition LEAVE only these folders/files from CLOVER folder: ACPI drivers64UEFI kexts > Other misc ROM themes tools CLOVERX64.EFI Copy the kexts from 2. in Other folder under kexts. Copy HFSPlus.efi under driver64uefi and remove VBoxHFS.efi Download this config.plist (credits @rehabman, also, right click on the link > Save Link As ... > and make sure it ends with .plist NOT .txt, if it doesn't, change the Format under it to All Files, and remove .txt) Open it with PlistEditor (haha, aint spoilin') Save and rename it to config.plist then replace CLOVER > EFI > CLOVER > config.plist with this new one. Open Terminal (I use iTerm, better): run this sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app --volume /Volumes/Installer Sip some tea, or watch whatever you like (huhuhuuhhuuh), it will take a while (unless you're one of those plebs with ULTRA FAST WHATEVER WHATEVER usb keys) Once done, close terminal, you're ready to rock! On your ATIV! (the exciting part) Boot to your Firmware Setup (aka BIOS Setup, but the name before is the correct one), by using ONE of these methods: Power off > Press and hold Windows button under the screen > Power On > Once you see the SAMSUNG logo, release the Windows Button > TADAA! Power off > Press and hold Volume Down button > Power On > Choose "Enter Setup" > TADAA! Power off > Press repeatedly F2 > Power On [keep pressing] > TADAA! Power off > Press repeatedly F10 > Power On [keep pressing] > Choose "Enter Setup" > TADAA! If you're on windows already: Method 1 Plug a keyboard (dock or usb keyboard) Click on the power off icon (in the charm bar in win 8.x, in Start in win 10) Hover on Reboot Hold Shift while clicking on reboot You should see "Please Wait" Method 2 Open Settings Go to Updates and Recovery (win 8.x) or Update and Security (win 10) Go to Recovery Select Advanced Startup It should start the Advanced menu while showing "Please Wait" Once done, go to Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > UEFI Firmware Settings TADAA! If you have GRUB2 UEFI> Select System Setup > TADAA! Once in, do these changes: Advanced > Fast BIOS Mode OFF USB S3 Wake-up OFF (you can make it ON, but will drain battery as the dock will stay ON and may also be annoying and has an effect on sleep) AHCI Mode Control Auto Boot > BIOS Adaptive Brightness ON/OFF depending on choice (ON to help your eyes at night) Secure Boot OFF OS Mode Selection UEFI OS Plug your USB key, hit Save, and furiously keep pressing F10 Now you'll see your USB drive in the BOOT menu, select it, and Clover will start up Start up macOS Installer (eat a sandwich meanwhile, unless you have those SUPER ULTRA FAST WHATEVER usb keys!) Open Disk Utility At this point you can still back up and start saving up your files! LAST WARNING! Erase your WHOLE SSD (remember that I told you to save your stuff? Now you know why!) To this point, YOU. ARE. DONE. Close and Install macOS Note 1: You'll see it stuck at "One second left" for more than one second (lol), wait until it reboots. Note 2: If your tablet rebooted after the 1st phase but didnt start the USB key automatically, open the BOOT menu and run clover and start up the Installer, it will resume the Install as it should Note 3: I forgot to mention this, but you should have common sense without me telling that to you, PLUG YER CHARGER! Once done, we'll get to the next step. Part 3: Configure and Fix up your install Congratulations, you've successfully installed macOS Sierra on your Tab, you can clap now! For now, it's all about your IQ level (hope you have 3 digits, and you should if you made it up to here). Now, finish up your install and first boot, and make sure you're connected to the internet (Internal Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB Dongles... I dont care, deal with it, or you may just do Copy-Pasta from another computer, but that wont help for DSDT, for people experienced in OSx86, you know what you can do if you dont have internet). Once on your desktop, test the audio: Go to System Preferences Go to Sound Check if you see an Output device, if yes then proceed, if not, reboot again, if still not: Check your config.plist > Devices > Audio > Inject : 6 Check the kext AppleALC is under kexts > Other and no other folder under kexts but Other. Power off and boot the device up (cold boot) Select "Play feedback when volume is changed Change the volume using the keyboard keys, the buttons on the side wont work (lack of PS/2 drivers) Check TRIM: Hold Alt and click on the Apple menu > System Information Select SATA/SATA Express Select your drive Check TRIM Support : Yes in the description IF NOT: Open terminal Type sudo trimforce enable Accept and confirm Wait until the computer reboots (it will take a while, no worries) SIP and add "Anywhere" to open any app Disabling SIP Reboot to recovery Open terminal Type in: csrutil disable Reboot Enable "Anywhere" under Security and Privacy to allow foreign/unsigned apps Open terminal Type in: sudo spctl --master-disable Done Clover Open terminal and type: diskutil mount disk0s1 Copy the EFI folder in the USB to the EFI partition, so you'll get a EFI folder inside EFI partiton Make a folder named BOOT under folder EFI (so EFI > EFI > BOOT), copy CLOVERX64.EFI from CLOVER folder to it, rename it then (in BOOT folder) to BOOTX64.EFI You'll be able to boot Clover from your SSD UPDD Rewind If you want to buy the UPDD software with the gestures and other stuff, head to http://touch-base.com/and order your software for $171.00 or 133.00 Euros (if you're a superrich pleb!). This software will then be updated and supervised by Touch-Base. If you're broke and want a free (but annoying alternative) follow this: If you want UPDD to control Wacom digitizer and you dont mind recalibrating it each time, download ONE of these: Digitizer ignores pen proximity (no hover) LINK Digitizer reacts to pen proximity (hover) LINK Q: Why do I have to recalibrate the pen after each reinstall? A: Because this driver was made initially for Samsung Slate 7 (the father of our Tab 7) and it had only HD screen (not like our FHD one) and so, when you move the pen over the screen it only reacts to the "HD" resolution portion of the screen. This is what I think, correct me if I'm wrong. if you only want touch with UPDD and want to wait until Wacom releases its driver LINK (this is the driver used by Surface 1 and possibly 2 too) - RECOMMENDED! Now either way, you have to use some of these tools (made by Automator, not some fancy coding or anything): Download this file containing the tools: RE:UPDD (huhuhuhuh) (thanks to @thanh for UPDDrewind) Extract them and throw them in Applications folder Mount the UPDD dmg, throw the installer under /Library/ Run re-updd and let it do its thing (confirm and type your password when asked) Notes: Please go to Part 4 > 7, below before running UPDDrewind After each reboot (under less than 24 hours from the time of the install) run UPDDrewind, you can add it to autorun at boot by adding it to the list in System Preferences > Users and groups > Your Username > Login items After each 24 hours of usage, run re-updd, it will reinstall and ask to run the driver program Reboot (now it should boot from your SSD) DSDT TIME On Clover menu, hit F4, then boot normally Once on the desktop, open MaciASL Copy patched folder from CLOVER > EFI > CLOVER > ACPI > patched to your Desktop Copy DSDT.aml and SSDT-0.aml (check that SSDT-0 is SataTabl, how? open it with MaciASL and look for OEM Table ID, id it's not, look into all your SSDTs and get the correct one) to a new directory on your desktop name it patched Open DSDT.aml Go to MaciASL > Preferences > Source > + Name: RehabMan repo URL: http://raw.github.com/RehabMan/Laptop-DSDT-Patch/master Note: You may remove the others, you're free to choose. iASL > ACPI Specifications : 5.1 Close the Preferences and go to the Patch menu, apply these: [bat] Samsung Ativ Book 7 [igpu] Rename GFX0 to IGPU [syn] Fix _PLD Buffer/Package Error [syn] Fix *pnp/pnp lower case Error [usb] 7-series/8-series USB [usb] USB3 _PWR 0x0D (instant wake) For AR9285 only: [wifi] AR9285 WiFi RP02-PXSX : change RP02 in the 5th line to RP01 Download this patch file, click on Open in MaciASL's patch window, select Patch.txt and apply it. Save your DSDT Open terminal and copy this (everything): curl -o ~/ssdtPRGen.sh https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Piker-Alpha/ssdtPRGen.sh/Beta/ssdtPRGen.sh && \ chmod +x ~/ssdtPRGen.sh && \ sh ~/ssdtPRGen.sh && \ diskutil mount /dev/disk0s1 && \ cp ~/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.aml /Volumes/EFI/EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched/ && \ cp ~/Desktop/patched/* /Volumes/EFI/EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched/ && \ echo "All done." Hit enter and reboot Download these kexts (extract them if needed) and put them in Clover > kext > Other (mount your EFI volume using diskutil mount disk0s1): ACPIBacklight: https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-acpi-backlight/downloads ACPIBatteryManager: https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-acpi-battery-driver/downloads VoodooPS2Controller: https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-voodoo-ps2-controller/downloads Reboot. Part 4: Extras and level up your macOStouch experience: Congrats again! Now you have a fully functional macOS tablet ... not yet! Why? Cuz it sux! like really! Just try it! Well then, to make it "suck less", we need to fix a number of things (HiDPI -cuz 1080p is ultra smoll-, LaunchPad size and UPDD Gestures fixes/enhancements, also wacom and 3G). ALL THESE ARE OPTIONAL, so: HiDPI Fix Open terminal and type: sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.windowserver.plist DisplayResolutionEnabled -bool true Install and go to Unknown Monitor > Custom Resolutions > + > Scaled Resolution (on top): Here you can add any "Scaled" resolution. I recommend 1366x768 HiDPI resolution, so I add a scaled resolution of 2732x1536 as in a retina display resolution (1366*2 and 768*2) If you want a HiDPI resolution, get the width and heigh, multiply each by two, add it to SwitchResX. Click on Display (on top bar) and hit Write System settings, then File > Save Settings. Reboot LaunchPad 6x3 icons setting: Open terminal and type: defaults write com.apple.dock springboard-rows -int 3; defaults write com.apple.dock springboard-columns -int 6; defaults write com.apple.dock ResetLaunchPad -bool TRUE;killall Dock Result: For UPDD Guestures: Get my configuration here: UPDD Settings You can still use yours, and open UPDD Gestures > Settings Note: Do not put it on full screen, you'll need to force quit it to use it again (then run UPDDrewind) Wacom: Go to Wacom Drivers webpage Select Bamboo under "All" and download its driver Install Reboot For 3G I didn't test/try, you can always check the Yosemite/El Capitan thread in #1 or #20 for instructions and STARTING from #258 onward to get the new drivers and stuff. WIP Annoying Firewire Update Open terminal and type: softwareupdate --ignore ThunderboltFirmwareUpdate1.2 Configure re-UPDD and UPDDrewind re-UPDD: to run it without typing your password (may reveal your password explicitly to anyone knowing how to use Automator) Open Automator > Open > re-updd.app (or drag-n-drop re-updd on Automator) Go to "Run Applescript" part add password *PUT_YER_PASSWORD_HERE* after administrator privileges Hit the Hammer button above the box to check the syntax Save UPDDrewind: Open it with Script Editor Change INSERT_PASSWORD_HERE by your mac password (leave the quotes) Go to File > Export > File Format: Application Check Run-only Save Now your password wont be explicitly shown for this application, because we made it to run only, no edition/viewing is permitted afterwards. Delete the source UPDDrewind (if you save it somewhere else) KeyUP: download and throw in Applications Brightness: Download: http://bergdesign.com/brightness/#download Throw it in Applications If you're using black theme in macOS, right click on the app > Show Contents > Contents > Resources Rename: display_icon.png > display_icon_black.png display_icon_white.png > display_icon.png Close and reopen the app. CodecCommander: Check the posts under this one You're done!! You can celebrate your intelligence now! What's still needs to work on: Though we did all that, there are still parts that wouldn't just work right: Make UPDDrewind run when it detects that UPDD Gestures is ran An app to combine both re-updd and UPDDrewind, as they are just scripts and still needs refining (or just one AppleScript for password reasons) 3G/SIM card driver (I just didnt test, still, I'm putting it here) Fix the battery percentage, as I found that HWMonitor gives a precise percentage, like I have 98% in HWmonitor while the OS reports 100%, 96% in HWmonitor while OS reports 98% (they align at 50% and they diverge again) 100click/24hours for UPDD Driver (meh! but it's annoying to reinstall each time) VoodooPS2 driver configuration Microphone may stop working in the middle of work. Workaround: use your headphone with microphone or do a sleep-wake cycle. These are not in any given order, and they all matter to the smooth work on our devices. Credits: I would like to give to everyone who has done some work to get this device work: @Rehabman for drivers and DSDT patches @Apple for the SW @HWmonitor team for HWmonitor and FakeSMC and other drivers @everyone in Tablets Forum for every piece of information and work, especially in these threads: Yos/ElC 10.12 report First thread for XE700T1C @anyone I forgot to mention (PM me to add you here, you deserve it) Thank you all Guys, if anything is wrong, just report it, I'll fix it ASAP, thanks
  2. Haral

    Mountain Lion su P8Z68-V Pro

    Salve a tutti, volevo chiedervi una cosa. Attualmente ho installato Windows 7 in un hard disk, ora voglio installare su un altro hard disk mountain lion. Posso usare questa guida?
  3. Hey guys, I have had a z97 pro wifi ac build for about a year now, and it works great, except I cannot get the onboard bluetooth to work. It shows up in my system profiler under USB as "BCM20702A0". When I use a kext named "asusBCM20702A0Bluetooth.kext", the usb gets recognized, but it doesnt pair with my devices (it sees them, but then it says pairing failed). I already deleted the bluetooth plist and restarted. I am on clover, and on yosemite 10.10.5. I have also tried other kexts (bcrmpatchram) but that one doesnt do anything. Does anyone have a z97 on yosemite 10.10.5 with working onboard bluetooth? thanks
  4. EnzoDC

    problema firewire/audio

    Salve ragazzi, ho grandissimo problema, l'hackintosh lo uso per lavoro e uso principalmente logic e la mia scheda audio firewire (una motu8pre), ma stasera quando ho installato il software della scheda audio, vado ad aprire itunes per verificare se è tutto ok e ho notato che mi glitcha quando la scheda riproduce qualsiasi tipo di suono. cosa potrebbe essere??? voglio tener presente che ho un'altra partizione con lion e logic x e sia la scheda audio che la firewire funzionano alla perfezione! grazie in anticipo!!!!!!
  5. Hello, happy new year and I hope you're doing well! I upgraded to High Sierra despite my intentions not to, and I've encountered some general lag and slow speed with my CPU. Often, Logic Pro X will present a "System Overload" popup that I had only ever seen before when returning from sleep. Now it will frequently occur in between songs. I have an MSI Gaming 7 and a i5-4690K. Any help will be appreciated. I'm sure many of you are having issues similar if I am. Thank you for your time.
  6. I just finished getting 10.8.3 installed on my samsung ativ pro slate and have it close to fully working. Strangely enough, when i put the device to sleep and wake it back up the device ID's in system report window change for the usb ports. It also ejects and remounts most of them and the screen brightness gets turned all the way up. The last two things I need help with is the brightness and making these USB ports stable. The brightness slider is present in system preferences but it does nothing but turn the screen off at the very bottom of the slider. The usb unmounting and remounting wouldnt be such a big deal if it werent for the fact that it actually allows the wacom digitizer to fully be recognized and calibrated. I imagine this is because the wacom component is connected to an internal usb socket. I will attach some pictures and text of the before and after sleep device ids from the system report window. I tried going thru kexts and editing the plists to insert the new device id but after a day or two i just couldnt find the right place to put them. If its any hint as to what might be causing this. It only happens when I install the iousbfamily and iousbmassstorage kexts from ##### which i imagine are universal to recognize as many components as possible. When i have the stock 10.8.3 kexts it doesnt seem to act up but it also doesnt send power to the digitzer pen and wont even show up on the screen. Im completely stumped and will continue to plug away at it until i get it. But in the meantime any help would be greatly appreciated. I could be wrong but i imagine that the usb drives being ejected and remounted and the digitizer fully working after sleep could be related. If anyone has any clues or ideas about that or the brightness im all ears. Thanks a bunch in advance. Heres how the usb drives look before sleep BEFORE SLEEP (not working correctly.) USB Hi-Speed Bus: Host Controller Location: Built-in USB Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBEHCI PCI Device ID: 0x1c26 PCI Revision ID: 0x0004 PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086 Bus Number: 0x1d Hub: Product ID: 0x0024 Vendor ID: 0x8087 (Intel Corporation) Version: 0.00 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Location ID: 0x1d100000 / 2 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0 Hub: Product ID: 0x2514 Vendor ID: 0x0424 (SMSC) Version: b.b3 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Location ID: 0x1d130000 / 6 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 2 ISD-V4: Product ID: 0x0091 Vendor ID: 0x056a (WACOM Co., Ltd.) Version: 10.49 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Tablet Location ID: 0x1d132000 / 7 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0 Љ: Product ID: 0x91d1 Vendor ID: 0x0483 (STMicroelectronics) Version: 0.20 Serial Number: Љ Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Љ Location ID: 0x1d110000 / 5 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 100 ADATA USB Flash Drive: Product ID: 0x312b Vendor ID: 0x125f (ADATA Technology Co., Ltd.) Version: 10.75 Serial Number: 2341108450060138 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Manufacturer: ADATA Location ID: 0x1d120000 / 4 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 200 Capacity: 15.81 GB (15,805,186,048 bytes) Removable Media: Yes Detachable Drive: Yes BSD Name: disk1 Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table) S.M.A.R.T. status: Not Supported Volumes: disk1s1: Capacity: 209.7 MB (209,715,200 bytes) BSD Name: disk1s1 Content: EFI myHack OS X Install Disk: Capacity: 7.91 GB (7,905,185,792 bytes) Available: 2.34 GB (2,342,871,040 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: HFS+ BSD Name: disk1s2 Mount Point: /Volumes/myHack OS X Install Disk Content: Apple_HFS Volume UUID: DE80883C-19E5-3426-A674-936E7499AB75 OSXUSB: Capacity: 7.42 GB (7,421,808,640 bytes) Available: 615 MB (614,973,440 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: Journaled HFS+ BSD Name: disk1s3 Mount Point: /Volumes/OSXUSB Content: Apple_HFS Volume UUID: B0AED8AE-9CE0-30AF-98D5-FE5FB0687B21 Atmel maXTouch Digitizer: Product ID: 0x8411 Vendor ID: 0x03eb (Atmel Corporation) Version: 12.32 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Atmel Location ID: 0x1d140000 / 3 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 100 Now heres how the USB drives look after sleep and this is how they work best once everything remounts. Could i get these to identify this way permanently? Notice the ISD-V4 (wacom) product ID changes and even seems to switch connection locations. AFTER SLEEP (stylus 100% working) USB Hi-Speed Bus: Host Controller Location: Built-in USB Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBEHCI PCI Device ID: 0x1c26 PCI Revision ID: 0x0004 PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086 Bus Number: 0x1d Hub: Product ID: 0x0024 Vendor ID: 0x8087 (Intel Corporation) Version: 0.00 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Location ID: 0x1d100000 / 2 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0 ADATA USB Flash Drive: Product ID: 0x312b Vendor ID: 0x125f (ADATA Technology Co., Ltd.) Version: 10.75 Serial Number: 2341108450060138 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Manufacturer: ADATA Location ID: 0x1d120000 / 7 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 200 Capacity: 15.81 GB (15,805,186,048 bytes) Removable Media: Yes Detachable Drive: Yes BSD Name: disk1 Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table) S.M.A.R.T. status: Not Supported Volumes: disk1s1: Capacity: 209.7 MB (209,715,200 bytes) BSD Name: disk1s1 Content: EFI myHack OS X Install Disk: Capacity: 7.91 GB (7,905,185,792 bytes) Available: 2.34 GB (2,342,744,064 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: HFS+ BSD Name: disk1s2 Mount Point: /Volumes/myHack OS X Install Disk Content: Apple_HFS Volume UUID: DE80883C-19E5-3426-A674-936E7499AB75 OSXUSB: Capacity: 7.42 GB (7,421,808,640 bytes) Available: 614.8 MB (614,776,832 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: Journaled HFS+ BSD Name: disk1s3 Mount Point: /Volumes/OSXUSB Content: Apple_HFS Volume UUID: B0AED8AE-9CE0-30AF-98D5-FE5FB0687B21 Atmel maXTouch Digitizer: Product ID: 0x8411 Vendor ID: 0x03eb (Atmel Corporation) Version: 12.32 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Atmel Location ID: 0x1d140000 / 5 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 100 Љ: Product ID: 0x91d1 Vendor ID: 0x0483 (STMicroelectronics) Version: 0.20 Serial Number: Љ Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Љ Location ID: 0x1d110000 / 4 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 100 Hub: Product ID: 0x2514 Vendor ID: 0x0424 (SMSC) Version: b.b3 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Location ID: 0x1d130000 / 3 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 2 ISD-V4: Product ID: 0x00ec Vendor ID: 0x056a (WACOM Co., Ltd.) Version: 10.49 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Tablet Location ID: 0x1d132000 / 6 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0
  7. Hi everyone, first of all here are my specs: AMD FX-4100 quad Core a processor 3.6GHz Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 GPU 16GB RAM OSX 10.9.5 I have had some experience using Final Cut and notice it tends to get quite slow when there's a few extra bits and pieces in the timeline of my project etc... Could this be to do with my CPU or my GPU or maybe even RAM? I know Hackintosh is a lot better on Intel CPUs so I thought maybe this could be what is making things a little sluggish? Everything else works fine! Should I upgrade to Intel and go through the trouble of getting everything back up and running again, or could it be done by simply upgrading my RAM? Cheers!
  8. Hey everyone! Well... After I bought some Apples and exploded my old android, I wanted to make something new in my working/home place. First time i was installing Mac OSX themes for Windows. I thought it is so hard to install Mac OSX, and when i made some kind of "plan", I backed up my data, downloaded OSX, formatted disk, and tried to start the installation. I had errors like "still waitting for root device", and pci errors, just because I had old hardware. Then, in one great day, my motherboard and power supply burnt out ( It wasn't my fault, there are were energy issues in @ my district ). Then i just thought to build Custom Mac.. just for "test". I am thinking to buy 'real' Mac soon. So i bought the following components: And Mountain Lion installed without any errors! Great, I made that I wanted! Now, you can see how I was building it. Connected every component and restored Mac OSX 10.8.4 from my Time Capsule.. Tada! I don't want to change information in 'About this Mac' for now. Well, my pc case has finally arrived! So, i took it out from box, looks awesome. ( I already attached PSU ). Let's place mobo and another components inside! That's how it looks with 'mirror' effect I want to replace those USB2.0s to 3.0 ones, also, front audio works. That's how hard drives and PSU are installed in. I am using HDMI cable, my display has better collibration support for it. BUT ONE THING THAT I DIDN'T KNEW - It has L.E.Ds inside. So, i dis-attached some thingies, and made it branded! ;D I purchased some Apple stickers at eBay, but I can't wait, so lol. Now it looks superb. Another pictures: That's how cd-drive placed, haha. This is some my stuff, as disk using, wifi, etc Hosting second home WiFi network because i can't make this card work with internet ;( As you can see, it's fine. Well, i finally made my wifi to see networks. Added 168c,0301. But if it connects it's freezes ;( Current case is MidTower ATX. It is very small and compactible. More like Micro ATX. Currently, Geekbench shows 7600 points when I'm using 10.9 & 8100 points when I am using 10.8.4. I think the slow part are my HDDs. ( Note, not Solid state drives ). I am going to upgrade my specifications soon. I will post every progress there. I am going to make some kind of 'tuning' for my CustoMac. TODO list: * working wifi internet * wait for apple & "blue eyed" stickers and buy mirrored acrylic sheet to make it look more awesome! * replace usb2.0 by usb3.0 * make it more quiet * (optional) buy ssds * (optional) buy more ram memory Thanks for watching! Leave comments please! ;p
  9. I've just recently installed 10.6.8 on an ASUS P6T Deluxe, with an Intel i7-930, 12GB of ram, and everything boots and runs as it should. However, for some reason or another, I can't get OSX to recognize all cores. I've downloaded a custom DSDT specifically for the 930 on Snow Leopard, used the MacPro 4,1 definition, repaired permissions, set the BIOS to using all cores and all that good stuff, but System Profiler still shows Number Of Processors: 1, Total Number Of Cores: 2, Processor Interconnect Speed: 4.8 GT/s. I'm not sure if it's normal there, but the big issue is that this computer was converted from Windows to Mac in a professional recording studio, and upon opening ProTools 9, It's only recognizing 2 processors, when it's supposed to be recognizing 8. I'm about ready to just pull my hair out of my head on this, lol. Is there something I need to key in through smbios or boot.plist to enable showing all cores/processors, or is there a file somewhere someone could point me to? Thanks in advance!
  10. Hey guys, Havent been in the scene for a couple years but recently got a samsung ativ pro and have it close to fully working. The main two things im trying to work on now are getting the digitizer to be recognized with the wacom driver all of the time and to get the brightness slider to work. When I first install 10.8.3 the digitizer isnt recognized. After I install the iousbfamily and IOUSBMassStorageClass kexts that i got from ##### it starts to track the pen as if its finally getting power to the right location. The pen is still not calibrated and the wacom install fails unless i put the computer to sleep first and wake it back up. So basically everytime I boot the computer I have to put it to sleep then wake it back up. Which isnt a huge deal but I would like to get it to where I dont have to do this. Another clue that might help analyze the situation is that the usb thumb drive plugged in is ejected when i put it to sleep then a few seconds after waking the computer it remounts it. Any clues would be hugely appreciated. Ive looked around a bit but dont find anything that really fits my scenario. There is a video I made here to maybe help show what im talking about. As for the brightness, its up full blast and burns my retinas as well as the batter. I tried to do a DSDT edit but just ended up getting a broken install everytime, maybe im doing it wrong. The slider shows up but its only options are full brightness and off at the lower end of the slider. Also the screen seems to get brighter after i put it to sleep and wake it back up. Thanks in advance everyone, look forward to any help!
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