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  1. DaggarHawke

    MIDI detection

    Strange and deeply frustrating thing happening in my brand new Hack build, intended for audio production: My MIDI interface, a Unitor 8mkII and my Novation Launchpad are being detected by the system profiler under USB ports, but NOT being detected by applications such as Audio MIDI setup or Ableton Live. I installed OSX via tonymac's method of ##### ML 1.7.0 and ##### 5.2.1. My system definition is iMac 13,1 since this seems to be the profile that actually matches my hardware the best. I know certainly that it's not a cable issue, since the devices are being detected in the Sys Profiler and on my Macbook Pro. I know that it's not an inherent issue of drivers since Audio MIDI set up does detect these devices perfectly well in OS10.8.2 on my Macbook Pro. I know that it's not a universal problem of MIDI device detection on my Hackintosh because Audio MIDI setup detects another device, my Keystation 88, perfectly well. I know it isn't an issue of ports, since I've swapped the ports for each device; the K88 always is always detected and the other devices are not. Please, any help troubleshooting this would be greatly appreciated!! ___ PS. my boot time is very slow and geek bench score about 3000 points lower on OSX ML than on Windows 8 for the same machine... if anyone wants to make suggestions or point to resources on this it'd be appreciated. thank you
  2. Installing Mountain Lion on this motherboard is a piece of cake. With this tutorial you will got a DSDT-FREE installation, with everything working. Requirements: -My package and modded bios: here -MyHack Start: First we need to flash the bios , for native speedstep. Prepare usb key with myhack and the guide present on the website. Start the hackintosh. Start and install my package. Reboot and everything should working. (If you are using a particular videocard , is up to you now to make it working) Tested on Mountain Lion 10.8 with cpu ivy bridge.
  3. For those of you, like myself, who choose not buying QUO when it was on kickstarter phase and now regret for quite a while not being able to use a thunderbolt capable board with our good old Ivy Bridge CPUs, since 7-series boards vanished, and the few ones which had TB more so, that's noteworthy news. I was planning to upgrade my old i5 3570K, but perhaps I had an alternative which would allow me to keep it: http://quocomputer.com/shop/z77mx-quo-aos/ Still thinking about it: does it still worth the price in these 8/9 Series/Haswell/Broadwell days?
  4. Hi! Years ago I was very happy with my "Supermarket-Computer-Hackintosh" running perfectly with Tiger 10.4.3. I loved being a part of the hackintosh community and reading in this forum. But then I decided to finally buy an Apple mac an ended up with the first unibody (Late 2008) MBP. It works well until this day but I want something new. And it has to be very powerful, good value for money and NOT WINDOWS! That means of course I need a new Hackintosh! Unfortunately my knowledge about setting up a good hackintosh system died slowly over the past years and I really need your help with that now. So please take a look at my desired system configuration and tell me if and where I could run into trouble or incompatibilities: Board: Asus Sabertooth Z77 RAM: 16GB (4x4) Corsair Dominator 1600Mhz - Could you give me any information about this board? Its fairly new and I couldn't find anything about it on osx86project.org. CPU: Intel i7 3770K GPU: EVGA Geforce GTX 680 2GB - The Ivy Bridge CPUs aren't released yet but I guess I shouldn't have any problem with it, also not with the GTX 680, what do you think? SSD: 2x120GB Corsair Force GT in RAID 0 - My biggest concern. Will I be able to run OSX Lion on a RAID 0 configuration with a small windows partition in dual boot? LG Blueray RW Drive - Does OSX support Blueray read and write? Maybe with a little workaround? I hope you can help me. Thanks!
  5. Hey guys. I've got a pretty good hack setup with Clover running OSX Yosemite 10.10 final. Everything seems to be working great including speedstep, WiFi, Bluetooth, TRIM support, etc. Just like Mavericks. The specs of my machine are in my signature. However, there is one issue I can't seem to tackle that I was hoping someone could help me with. It involves sleep/wake and USB devices. Let me describe the issue. I can force sleep or auto sleep my computer with no issues. The monitors shut off, fans shut down, USB devices power down. Computer sleeps fine (however, I have the RTC alarm wake issue, but that's unrelated...). The problem is with waking and USB. Particularly with my USB Logitech camera, the C615. No matter what I do, I can no longer use Sleep/wake correctly with this camera plugged in. I've played with a setting in the BIOS which seems to affect the outcome, but either way it does not work correctly. The setting I'm changing is "CPU PLL Voltage Override" in the advanced frequency settings of the CPU in the BIOS. By default this is set to "Auto." When set to auto I notice this when I sleep/wake. 1. Sleep time is about 20-30 seconds, no issues there. 2. With the USB camera plugged in during the sleep, when I wake my computer will immediately reboot before my monitors even have a chance to wake. Upon reentering OSX, I receive the notice that "your computer restarted due to a crash" message from Apple. If I look at the log, it looks like a USB kext is the fault... 3. With the USB camera not plugged in at all, my computer can wake fine. The monitors do not automatically come awake though, I need to press a key on the keyboard or button on the mouse to further wake the displays. When returning to OSX after this wake, my mouse is jumpy for a few minutes (no big deal) and I can continue using USB devices as normal (plugging in new ones causes no issues). When I set this to "Disabled" (as recommended by some users of this board), I notice very different behavior with sleep/wake. 1. Sleep time is also 20-30 seconds, no issues with the sleep process. 2. With the USB camera plugged in during sleep, I can now wake my computer without a restart crash. However, when attempting to actually use the camera after wake, any apps that use the camera report that there is no camera plugged in. It does seem that the microphone works though even after wake. 3. However after a wake with this setting disabled, any USB devices that I plug in after the wake will cause my computer to instantly KP. Even a USB thumb drive. 4. When I wake with this setting disabled, I see no mouse jumps and my monitors "automatically" wake without having to press an extra key or mouse click. Very odd and confusing... For now I have the setting set to Auto since this provides me with a more stable solution for now. I simply do not use the camera anymore. However, this was never an issue with Mavericks 10.9.5 + Clover, only now with Yosemite. Back when I had Mavericks installed, I had the CPU PLL Voltage set to Auto and never had any USB problems. Anyone have any ideas what could be causing this? I'm using a clean extracted DSDT with pjalm's patches for my board (Z77X-UD5H) and graphics. I'm very familiar with DSDTs and how to edit them (I have a very custom one for a laptop hack that runs Mountain Lion) so I'm guessing this might have to do with the USB section in the DSDT and power management. I also found this thread recently: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/302236-yosemite-fails-to-wake-from-sleep/ Wonder if that's my problem? I'd appreciate any help!
  6. Hi everyone, I'm writing here to find a solution to the issues I'm encountering on my computer after installing OS X 10.8.3. My system is the following: i7 3770K, ASRock Z77 Extreme4, 2x4GB 2GHz RAM. I'm using the integrated HD4000 graphics. Everything seemed working after installing some kext (audio and OC'd processor with "an unified tool", video and LAN separately), but: - There's no way to make my computer sleep: the screen turns off, the power led begins flashing, but the fans keep going, and the motherboard display shows a (error?) code. Then I can't wake the pc but pressing the reset button. - Even if I installed the proper kext, all the USB 3 ports can't read any mass storage device I connect: if I plug in a mouse, or another similar device, it works flawlessly, but any USB thumb drive or external HDD aren't recognised. - After some minutes of normal usage, my computer loses the internet connection. A reboot is the only solution: after that, the issue disappears, but if I switch off the computer and, for example, I don't turn it on till the following day, it disconnects again. The third one is the most bothersome issue, because it often happens when I need a stable connection, so I'd be satisfied with a solution to just that one. Thank you for you help :wink2:
  7. Hello! I'm new hackintosh user so I decided to ask for help. Currently I'm running Snow Leopard 10.6.6 by Hazard on my PC but the system freezes. Here are the specs: MB - asrock z77 pro4 CPU - intel core i7-3770 GPU - intel hd graphics 4000 Any help about the installation and the bug fixing will be useful!
  8. Hello, I installed Niresh maverick 10.9 on my system with default settings: asrock z77 pro4-m 16gb ram corsair vengeance curcial m4 256 gb i5 3570K Gigabyte GTX 660 OC but at first reboot i get stucked at this point: http://s12.postimg.org/s66jymh0d/foto.jpg I tryed this kind of boots: GE=NO -v -f GE=NO -v GE=NO -v -f USEkernelcache=no but i always get stuck at that point. In chat somebody told me that it's a GPU problem and to try disabling some kext but now i'm at work and i cannot test ^^
  9. i have strange glitch problem on my fresh 10.13.2 install the glitch trigered randomly it may start from subtitle video from firefox or some transparent panel from a program like clover configurator then the whole desktop will have the graphic glitch every program will be affected the glitch may clear when toggle the program window zoom in and out but will be likely popup again until restart the system the glitch can even be captured by the system's own screenshot short cut the following method i try didnt work nvidia webdriver latest lilu with NvidiaGraphicsFixup different powermanagement setting config.plist
  10. Hello, I recently built a hackintosh and with it, bought a TP-Link TL-WDN400 which (according to Tonymacx86 users) should work OOB. I've got it working with no problems whatsoever, but the speeds seem throttled and I can't seem to find a way to fix this. Have others experienced the same problems? On my Hackintosh I get 9.51mbps down while I get 16.04mbps down on my MacBook which is sitting right beside my Hackintosh. (Hackintosh) (MacBook) I'm using a GIGABYTE Z77X-UP5 TH Motherboard, Intel i5-3570k processor. Thank you!
  11. Hey all, I'm currently having a slight problem with my Asus Sabertooth Build. Curious if anyone has had a problem similar to this with the same or other hardware. The problem is that when I do any processing intensive work such as converting with handbrake, rendering video, etc, the system will lock up. When this happens, the display is still visible, no mouse or keyboard movement, if anything was being played, such as video, it freezes, and there is a slight popping sound coming from my speakers connected via SPDIF every second or so. I posted this in the Mavericks forum because I am currently running it on my hack pro. The same problem existed in ML. Could this be a problem with the OS not getting the correct CPU States. I am currently using the patched AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext from Mieze. http://www.tonymacx86.com/mountain-lion-desktop-support/60912-patched-appleintelcpupowermanagement-kext-10-8-a.html . Other than that problem, everything works fine. Thanks for everyone's help!
  12. Attempted fixes: - Using MaciASL to patch a clean DSDT for Sabertooth z77 - no change upon installation of DSDT file. - Using UEFIPatch to patch my bios with sandy bridge power management - no change after flashing - Downloading a pre-patched bios for hackintosh pm - no change - Fiddling with bios settings endlessly Any ideas? Guiz?