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Hello My system is Asus Z170-P Motherboard i5 6600K Processor NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4095 MB Be-quiet 500W PSU Crucial 16 GB 2400 MHz DDR4 BIOS: xHCI Handoff enable Serial Port disable SATA AHCI mode IOAPIC 24-119 Entries (enable y disable) two mode stuck I can not build a robust and stable system, The system Sierra is already installed but when I restart or shut down, I get the error Still waiting for root device error, but after too many reboot ( from 2 times to 9) start correctly or other times leave too minutes, with prohibited symbol and finally starts. Once started recognised correctly HDD. Also I tried with a new EVO860 nvme SSD , but I have the same problem. I dont know because sometimes yes sometimes no, the system stuck in this error I add some information files and logs. sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions && sudo kextcache -u / kext-dev-mode allowing invalid signature -67030 0xFFFFFFFFFFFEFA2A for kext HackrNVMeFamily-10_12_6.kext kext-dev-mode allowing invalid signature -67062 0xFFFFFFFFFFFEFA0A for kext FakeSMC.kext kext-dev-mode allowing invalid signature -67062 0xFFFFFFFFFFFEFA0A for kext BrcmPatchRAM2.kext kext-dev-mode allowing invalid signature -67062 0xFFFFFFFFFFFEFA0A for kext BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext thank you. Solution by Rehabman;Extracting my native/clean DSDT using Clover F4. and check with diff DSDT file. My SystemMemory addresses in DSDT are mismatched: SPEEDY-NUCatched rehabman$ diff ../origin/ ../patched/|grep SystemMemory < OperationRegion (GNVS, SystemMemory, 0xC74EC000, 0x06D5) > OperationRegion (GNVS, SystemMemory, 0xC74FE000, 0x06D5) < OperationRegion (CPSB, SystemMemory, 0xC6CC0F98, 0x10) > OperationRegion (CPSB, SystemMemory, 0xC6CD2F98, 0x10) and other mistake in OperationRegion(PNVA,SystemMemory,PNVB,PNVL) < Name (PNVB, 0xC74F1018) > Name(PNVB,0xC7503018) My system after too many month , keep stable the still waiting error no appear again, it seems that the problem was with the memory addresses in my DSDT.
holyfield posted a topic in OSx86 10.9 (Mavericks)I installed Maveric successfully on my HP Pavilion dv7. Tested also Messages and worked. But when i tested it first I didn't had ethernet drivers installed. Later when I installed audio and ethernet drivers I 'm unable to use Messages. I got an error: "An error occurred during activation. Try again." I have tested several options, but without any luck. I'm sure that issue is related somehow to the Ethernet settings. But unable to solve issue. Any suggestions?
Since winter 2015 I've been slowly building my Hackintosh workstation based on Supermicro X9DAi. This mobo has quite good reputation in the community, that's why I have chosen it as my base platform. It quickly turned out the X9DAi Hackintosh setup process is time consuming and has very steep learning curve. Preparation of my rig went into months. Ethernet, USB, USB3, PM, ... step by step I fixed succeeding issues. Days, weeks – you probably know that. It was all worth it however, cause today I have 100% functional muscle hack. Thanks to wonderful community I overcame many obstacles and solved hundred of issues. So now is my turn to put my two cents. ___ Last thing which not worked in my system was audio. Many users reported lack of ability to fix this and after several attempts I also quit. Bought cheapo USB PnP sound card and left the issue unsolved. Having to test some DIY microphone project I did recently, I thought why not to give another shot to my onboard ALC889? I did, and after an hour had working audio onboard. Setup is very simple and you can proceed it in minutes. Of course this is not my developement but compilation of solutions from the web. Tested on OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 only. I don't know whether it works in other system versions. So, here's step by step how-to guide: ___ 1. Download "Realtek ALC888s Solution for Yosemite by Mister Thibard" here: http://www.osx86.net/files/file/4299-realtek-alc888s-solution-for-yosemite/ This is very convenient set of utilities suitable here. Download, mount DMG, read the README. 2. Run the PKG from "A" folder. App installs to S/L/E two kexts: VoodooHDA & AppleHDADisabler, Also Voodoo preference pane and VoodooHdaSettingsLoader.app in the Utilities. 3. Open the "B" folder from DMG and copy VoodooHDA.kext somewhere on your HD. Go to new kext location, do "show package content" and edit containing info.plist file in any plain text editor. VoodooHDA is an open source audio driver for devices compliant with the Intel High Definition Audio specification. It is intended as a replacement for AppleHDA on Mac OS X. 4. Check whether your device ID is indeed 0x1d208086 under the "IOPCIPrimaryMatch" key. <key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key> <string>0x1d208086</string> If it's not, refer to the README on DMG (or use DPCIManager utility to get device ID). 5. Find the "AllowMSI" key and change its value to "false". <key>AllowMSI</key> <true/> to: <key>AllowMSI</key> <false/> NOTE: if sound is lost after few seconds of any first play, it means you have missed this step 6. Save the info.plist file and close editor. 7. Using KextWizard, KextUtility or any similar app install edited VoodooHDA in /S/L/E and do usual full service. 8. Make VoodooHdaSettingsLoader load at startup. Go to System Preferences -> Users & Groups -> (select desired user) -> Login Items tab. Click "+" and locate VoodooHdaSettingsLoader.app in the Utilities. Select it and add to your startup items: 9. Restart machine. Enjoy your new sound. This solution is quick, effective and elegant. Checkout the Sound pane in System Preferences – all motherboard audio connectors are present: In the VoodooHDA preference pane you may fine-tune output & input source parameters. Very convenient. Cheers!