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***See Second Post Below***

 

 

The latest! (01.14.13)

I'm going to start scheduled updates to the guide/Gatsby Pack. If I fix something, or someone else fixes something, I'll update everything here on the following Friday. So like this Friday I'll update the Gatsby m6-1045dx pack for three-finger swipe actions, and I can probably add the BIOS update, in case HP's website goes down or whatever.






Good News, Everyone (12.28.12)

USB 3.0 ports work, at least with the latest BIOS update, but they only work with 3.0 devices. I was only recently able to test this. Furthermore, a lot of 2.0 devices work with the 3.0 ports, like wireless mouse dongles. Things that don't work include flash drives, iPhones, Android phones, pretty much anything that transfers files.

Sound is now fully-functional (see the post in this thread about sound).


Still on Tap (to fix)


Intel Turbo/SpeedStep (I know it should be working, but I have a feeling it isn't)

USB 2.0 functionality in the 3.0 ports

Mapping for action keys with the latest VoodooPS2.kext that enabled three-finger swiping and brightness adjustment

Sound sometimes cuts out, like with YouTube videos and Spotify... I haven't had an issue since updating to 10.8.2, at least I don't think..so we'll see.

Sleep (supports the theory that SpeedStep and TurboBoost aren't working)

SD Card reader



I'm probably not going to bother with HDMI audio, VGA out, or getting ethernet to work post boot, they're nominal issues IMO.

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October 12th, 2014

Updated links:

 

Gatsby Kext Pack: http://goo.gl/oINTKU

 

Gatsby Everything Else Pack: http://goo.gl/ZqvFHi

 

 

They aren't the same as the 12/09/12 guide+file pack below, but they should provide some much-needed kext files and such for those out there who still need them. Apologies for the broken link, I really try not to let that happen. I'm not sure how Google (goo.gl) lost the link, and I've been unable to find where the goo.gl link went to (Dropbox, MX, Drive? I don't know, I have too many accounts, I'm afraid).

 

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NEW: Download the updated (12.09.12) and easier guide and all the files you need here!

April 13th, 2013

I don't have the m6-1045dx anymore, but I hear that the modified AppleAHCIPort.kext does not work with 10.8.3... Anyone care to elaborate?



Updates for the downloadable guide above:

  • Don't install the two kexts for Bluetooth, especially if you're using the AR5B195- works out of box, may also fix Magic Mouse disconnect problem Actually that's a bad idea, I'm still working on the Bluetooth issue, but if you wait a minute after the Magic Mouse stops responding, it should start working again without a power cycle of the mouse.
  • Actually back in October, HP released a BIOS update (must be on Windows to flash) for Windows 8 prep that enables UEFI for the BIOS and gives us the option in BIOS to disable USB 3.0 for those three 3.0 ports we have...This kind of solves the problem where if you plug something into a 3.0 port OSX freezes until you unplug it- it does nothing now, no power to the ports, but no OSX freezing if you disable 3.0 in the BIOS. So I'll look into that more for a possible fix.

Also, if you don't have Dropbox, it'd be cool if you signed up with this link. No worries if you don't, but if I can get 500MB here or there, that'd be cool! It's my "Donate" button haha.

It doesn't include instructions for Ethernet, since I, like most people, don't use it, and it doesn't even fully-work really... If you need it, find the section in the guide below that covers it!

Prerequisites:

  • A half-height Mini PCIe WiFi/Bluetooth card that works with OSX ( I am using the AR5B195 with N WiFi and 3.0 Bluetooth - $10 on eBay) Don't worry, the m6-1045dx does NOT have a whitelist, any half-height mini PCIe card should do, again, as long as it works with OSX.
  • Access to a working Hackintosh, Mac/Macbook, or OSX in a VirtualBox VM (Google "Mountain Lion Virtualbox july 31" for guide)
  • A flash drive with at least 8GB of total space
  • Be ready to completely reformat your hard drive, back up the important stuff!

The Actual Guide Part!

  • Create a myHack bootable flash drive with a computer already running Mac OSX (remember the prerequisites!) and that retail copy of Mountain Lion that you "purchased".
  • Hold your horses, because goddamn HP doesn't let us change the SATA mode of our hard drive to AHCI, we must make due with the mode it comes in (RAID). Who the hell uses RAID, especially for one and only one hard drive... Whatever, anyway you need a modified version of the SATA controller kext in order for your hard drive to be detected by the OSX installer on myHack. Get it here.
  • When you download that kext, you need to replace it with the version of that kext that is already on the myHack flash drive, and it's located in Libraries/System/Extensions. You should be able to easily navigate the contents of the myHack drive, assuming you're in Linux (even in a Live Session) or OSX (even in a VM)
  • With your laptop off, insert the myHack flash drive into the only USB 2.0 port on our laptop (next to the AC plug on the right side)
  • Boot the laptop and immediately press F9 to get into the boot menu for the BIOS
  • Select the flash drive, which will be named based on the manufacturer (ie Lexar, SanDisk, HP, etc.)
  • Press any key to stop the boot process for OSX, where it should prompt you to enter boot flags
  • Type in, exactly as typed here (excluding quotes), "cpus=1" and press enter
  • You should now be at the install thing for OSX. Navigate through it, and you should see the laptop's internal hard drive, along with the myHack drive.
  • Open up Disk Utility and format the laptop's hard drive with Mac Extended (Journaled).
  • Close Disk Utility to return to the hard drive selection screen
  • Select the laptop's hard drive and click Install
  • Wait, if it takes more than 45 minutes, I think it's safe to say it's stuck, so keep that in mind
  • Finished? Huzzah. Remove the myHack flash drive and boot, if it isn't already doing so.
  • Make sure to press a key within 5 seconds to interrupt the boot process, even with OSX installed and myHack out of the picture, you still must enter the boot flag "cpus=1" to successfully boot into OSX. Failure to do so will result in a kernel panic. Every time.
  • So now you should be at the welcome setup thing for OSX. Go through all that, and you should end up on the Galaxy-backgrounded desktop.
  • Screw around with the dock and its magnification (enable magnification in Settings > Dock) for like 5 minutes
  • Now we need [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url]. Download it from some other device/computer, place it on a flash drive (not the myHack one...) and insert it into the USB 2.0 port on your laptop. Note: This is the only port that will work until the kext for the USB 3.0 ports is installed. That bootflag for USB fix might fix them, haven't tried yet.
  • Install/run [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] and use it to install really any of the VooDoo HD Sound kexts (NOT the Realtek one), as well as the Realtek Ethernet kext.
  • Reboot. Now you should have working Ethernet (must be plugged in before OSX boots, and cannot be unplugged and then plugged in again without rebooting, I'm working on that, too...) and sound. Note: volume cannot be adjusted/muted, so before you start playing certain songs or videos, lower the volume within Youtube/Spotify/iTunes/etc. Especially with headphones... Also note that notifications will be at full volume...
  • I'm working on the rest, including getting Bluetooth and WiFi working with my particular card, getting the other 3 threads working on our i5 APU, fixing sound adjustment, fixing the other USB ports, etc.

Keep in mind that you may need -f and -v boot flags in addition to cpus=1 in order to successfully boot. If you don't -f and -v and see a circle with a line through it on the Apple logo (which is on the splash screen for OSX), you DEFINITELY need -f and -v. At least for now.





Working

  • Ethernet
  • Webcam (works out of box)
  • DVD Drive (works out of box too!)
  • The USB 2.0 port (works out of box)
  • WiFi
  • Sound, including volume adjustment and mute, as well as in-line mics that may be plugged in to the headphone jack, and I think the webcam mic works out of box, I mean it works.
  • Battery + Icon (shows in desktop now too!)
  • HD4000 Graphics
  • A second display (Multi-Monitors!)(HDMI only)
  • Bluetooth
  • Wireless Toggle button ( f12 key ) + Orange/White light change
  • FN action keys Previous, Play/Pause, Next, Volume Up, Volume Down, Mute, Wireless Toggle (pretty much all working out of box)
  • Sleep! (as of 11/20/12)

Not Working (yet?)

  • USB 3.0 ports (USB 3.0 kexts tend to {censored} up my hackintosh, so be careful! I'm on the hunt for a fix too)
  • SD Card reader (may be linked with Ethernet on PCI bus, so perhaps the key is getting Ethernet to work fully?)
  • FN action keys for brightness (DSDT edit required)
  • VGA out (might not even bother with this one, anyone even use VGA still?)
  • HDMI out sound

Definitely not happening


  • Validity Sensors Fingerprint Reader (138a:0018)
  • Our PS/2 touchpad being recognized as a Magic Trackpad (but that would be cool!)

Thanks to eep357 for all the help in getting everything working!


Post-Installation Setup


Firstly, do yourself a favor and show hidden files right now. In Terminal, type or paste in defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE

And hit enter. Then type "killall Finder" (must be capital F) without parenthesis, and you're good to go!


For WiFi (AirPort), Bluetooth, Sound (no volume control, caution), Ethernet (must be plugged in before boot) and battery recognition (in lockscreen only atm):

  • Download the m6-1045dx Gatsby Kext Pack
  • Install all the kexts via Kext Wizard (included in Gatsby Kext Pack)
  • Reboot!
  • If Bluetooth or WiFi still do not work, try toggling f12, looking for a light change. Also try booting Linux from a live CD and enabling and connecting both WiFi and Bluetooth to at least one thing, then shut it down the proper way (don't hold power for 5 seconds). But you probably won't need this step! :)

For getting rid of the mandatory-or kernel-panic "cpus=1" boot flag (enabling all cores in your badass Ivy Bridge i5):


  • Replace mach_kernel in System with the one in Gatsby Everything-Else Pack (delete the old one from System first, then copy in the new one).
  • Fix permissions through Terminal (chown 0:0 /mach_kernel ENTER then type
    chmod 755 /mach_kernel ENTER)
  • Reboot!

For changing screen resolution to 1366x768

  • Open chameleon.boot.plist with text editor or whatever tickles your fancy...
  • Change the ONLY value that is "1024x768" to read "1366x768" (if you don't have the m6-1045dx, just replace with your native screen resolution)
  • Save changes (requires your password)
  • Reboot!

For sound (with working volume adjustment/mute via function keys as well as OSX applet):

  • Install the kext in the sound folder of Gatsby Kext Pack 2 (in other words, use the link in this thread's second post)
  • Reboot!

For making your system show up as a Macbook Pro and not an iMac:

  • Replace smbios in /Extra with the one in Gatsby Everything-Else Pack.
  • Reboot! (shouldn't need to fix permissions or what have you)

For HD4000 Graphics Acceleration (makes YouTube, Netflix, second display and Mission Control stuff run smoothly...obviously)

  • With Gatsby Everything-Else Pack open in Finder, browse to HD4000
  • Install legacyAGPM.kext
  • Open chameleon.boot.plist WITH TextWrangler (Google for that...) and at the end add this after the last </string> but before the last </dict>
  • Make sure that all lines up, <key> is lined up with the other rows of <key> and </dict> is on the next line, doesn't have to be flush with the rest of the rows.
  • <key>device-properties</key>
    <string>5e0000000100000001000000520000000100000002010c00d041030a000000000101060000027fff04002c0000004100410050004c002c00690067002d0070006c006100740066006f0072006d002d006900640000000800000003006601</string>
  • Restart!

Idiot- Proofing (Update-proofing...kind of) your Hackintosh (with special guest eep357)

 


This time around, to prevent your modified kernel from being over written, rename it to something different like ivy_kernel and then add instruction to load it in your org.chameleon.Boot.plist like this:

<key>kernel</key>
<string>ivy_kernel</string>
So then even though mach_kernel may get changed or overwritten it won't screw you up as long as the modified kernel is compatible with the updated version of OSX

Also along same type of thinking, I made this zip.gifAHCI_Multi_Injector.kext.zip(in Gatsby Everything Else pack) which will never be over written by OSX updates unless Apple decides they like my name and make one with the same title :) I made it using the ICH8M info for your laptop and also combined a number of other intel platoforms, Marvel, Jmicron and ASmedia that were scattered around in a few different injectors, to consolidate them all into one super injector. I tried it on mine and my Marvel and ASmedia sata controllers, which both work without doing anything but will show as generic device with orange drive icons if no injector is used, both show as internal with proper name in System Info, so should work for yours too, letting AppleAHCIPort.kext be left untouched and update proof.


Updates usually overwrite mach_kernel and sometimes AppleAHCIPort.kext (driver for your hard drive). As you can imagine, this could really {censored} your hackintosh. Above are preventative measures, thanks to eep357, that should help protect against the destruction caused by OSX updates. I cannot say for sure if after doing all this you can update OSX, do so at your discretion.


For sleep:

Alright I'll be honest...I'm not quite sure on this one. I *think* it only works when the laptop is NOT plugged in to AC power, because when it is, it usually just wakes up after like a second of sleep. Just this morning I literally just put it to sleep unplugged and it stayed asleep for once! So as far as that goes, maybe I should say Sleep mostly works.... Also bear with it, you'll see a black screen for up to like 20 seconds, maybe press a touchpad/mouse button or two if it takes longer than that.

Download (google > osX86.net) SleepEnabler.kext, the "Universal" version, install that with Kext Wizard, then search for NullCPUpowerManagement.kext, and delete it via Finder (search for it within your hard drive, only one should pop up).

NOTE: After waking from Sleep, Bluetooth does not work (methinks it's initialized with the boot process), I'll let you know if a fix comes into existence. WiFi DOES work, so I mean to some people that may not be a problem.

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what is the file that you are supposed to replace for the ahci? i managed to install but on first boot it went to still waiting for device.

 

 

ty

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Oh, that's what I forgot. I'll upload it separately later tonight (October 23rd), apologies.

 

EDIT: yeah sorry about that, I had said "by 10/14" :/ well it's up now, have at it!

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I tried to use Tony's tool and ended up screwing the install with permission errors. Eventually I returned to this post and followed your updated guide. Here are the results....

 

The wifi light doesn't change (I bought the same chip as you), sleep doesn't work when you close the lid, and brightness is obviously not an option without DSDT. I dual boot with on the 750Gb hard drive which is formatted with the GPT partition scheme.

 

I have yet to try VoodooSDHC and I also had sleep working with SleepEnabler, but I don't quite remember how exactly....

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Apologies for the late reply... Try jumpstarting it with a Linux live CD of your choice. Literally enable WiFi and Bluetooth (if not already enabled) and connect to a WiFi network, that should be enough. Then try OSX again, but make sure you shut down the live session properly, don't just hold the power button and eject the disk.

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Hi, I\m interested in buying the m6-1125dx which seems to be the silver brother, otherwise the configuration is the same

I want to ask you several questions

Is the keyboard lit ok in Mountain Lion?

The battery life is the same as in windows (approximately) or significantly reduced?

Touchpad functions ok?

Thank you.

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Hey,

 

The backlight for the keyboard is controlled by the BIOS, so it'll work with virtually any operating system that boots, including OSX- you're good.

 

Battery life... the m6-1045dx was supposed to get 7 hours, well BestBuy always lies about that {censored}, and {censored} them for it, I usually get 3-4 hours in Windows or Linux, same with OSX, maybe a little less but it's certainly usable.

 

Touchpad, like the backlight for the keyboard, pretty much works unconditionally too. myHack for example includes the universal kexts for PS/2 touchpads, which virtually all PC laptops use (PS/2).

 

 

Furthermore, I looked up the 1125dx, it's exactly the same as the 1045dx, like exactly, unless BestBuy has its facts wrong, but same processor, same amount of RAM, same HDD size, same screen size, same ports, so you should be good following this guide to a tee!

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Post for updating to 10.8.2 (Happy Holidays!)

 

1. Download the 10.8.2 version of our "ivy_kernel" here

2. Move it to the root of your Hackbook's hard drive with mach_kernel and ivy_kernel

3. Name it something other than ivy_kernel and mach_kernel. I called it "new_kernel" since it's new lol

4. Go to your Hackbook's Extra folder, edit Chameleon.boot.plist to boot from new_kernel by default

4b. Open Disk Utility and fix permissions OR don't bother if you boot with the -f flag (skips kernel cache).

5. Update OSX via App Store

6. Restart and tell it to install the update- it'll probably tell you the update failed, just ignore that and reboot anyway

7. Boot with -f, even if you fixed permissions, just to be safe!

 

8. Yeah so here's the thing, at least with me I had to reinstall the kexts for Bluetooth and WiFi. Actually I just selected all the kexts in the latest Gatsby m6-1045dx Pack (12.06.12) even though things like sound still worked. So do that with Kext wizard and reboot!

 

That should do it, let me know if it doesn't and I'll help to the best of my ability!

 

 

 

One other thing,

I used Chameleon Wizard to change the SMbios.plist from Macbook 9,2, to Macbook 5,1 to make the updates more relevant to our laptop. For example, now the App Store isn't trying to install a Thunderbolt Firmware update. This probably didn't affect my success with updating to 10.8.2, but if you're having issues this is something to try.

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Actually as far as battery life goes, I think Windows 8 does a better job, which makes sense since Windows has all the Intel chipset and CPU/GPU drivers and all that jazz.

 

OSX gives me about 2.5 hours on battery and Windows 8 is rating me at about 5 hours, so 100% improvement... I'm thinking maybe CPU frequency scaling isn't functioning properly on OSX, and since OSX is OSX there's really no way to tell what the frequency is at a given time, it just gives the stock 2.5Ghz. So there's no way to KNOW that that power management kext for Ivy Bridge is actually working, which sucks both ways because power drains faster if the CPU can't scale to 1.2Ghz or so, and when gaming or doing some intensive task there's no turbo to 3.1Ghz or whatever the max is for the 3210M.

 

Between that and the obvious lack of support for a lot of things on our m6-1045dx (including SD card reader, VGA out, sleep, USB 3.0 ports), it may be a good idea to just run OSX in a virtual machine, after all the m6-1045dx has 8GB of DDR3 RAM @ 1600Mhz, which is something else, like premium for virtualization.

 

This option is especially suiting if you just need OSX for Xcode (that's me!) or other small-but OSX-only applications. If you're feeling it, simply Google "July 31 Mountain Lion Virtual Machine", the July 31 narrows it down to the specific guide I reccommend. It's actually a pretty-simple guide and it links you to virtually all the files you need. I forget if the guide mentions this, but the Mountain Lion ISO I used for the install is called "Mountain Lion for Intel PCs DVD" (NOT USB) or something close to that, and it can be found at The Pirate Bay.

 

And I'm iffy on Guest Additions for things like shared clipboard between host and guest OSes, Virtualbox only officially supports OSX Server, but internet should work out of box... I forget, I think if you install OSX and Ubuntu is the host, you may have problems getting internet shared to OSX from host Ubuntu, though I *think* that was fixed in 12.04 and up.

 

Hap Holidays!

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Sound Fix

 

Set Chameleon to boot with "busratio=13", just found this fix on Google and it actually works, not sure why...

 

 

EDIT: That doesn't 100% do the trick, in fact I'm not sure it does the trick at all...

 

Here's the "real" fix:

 

Go to S/L/E and delete VoodooHDA.kext

 

Play it safe and in Utilities > MIDI Audio Setup change the frequency from 192000 Khz to 48000 Khz.

 

That should, at the very least, keep the sound from cutting out MOST of the time. I'll let you know in a few days if this turns out to fix it 100%.

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Good news, everyone! The following now work:

 

 

Brightness adjustment with F2 and F3 action keys

Three-finger gestures on the touchpad

 

Unfortunately the fix is in "beta", as the kext that gets you both of the above needs tweaking... For example, Fn is now required for the actions keys, so like Fn + F2 decreases brightness. I assume disabling Action Keys Mode in the BIOS will remedy this.

 

Also, F9, the volume down key, actually increases volume while F8 (skip forward) is volume down, so the kext needs slight tweaking for our particular keyboard layout, but that shouldn't be too hard. Three-finger swipe, well right now it just makes the notification sound for when you press an incorrect key or what have you, so we'll have to reassign the keyboard shortcuts. As per the kext, which I'll link shortly, it's something like three swipe left and right are " and ' ... oh that's not good. So I...or someone out there who wants to help out, will have to modify the kext in that regard as well. Because it beats {censored} with the DSDT IMO.

 

So yeah hopefully that brightened your day/night a little bit.

 

EDIT: You can fix three-finger scrolling, just go to the keyboard mapping settings and double click the command shortcuts to change them. When they are highlighted (prompting for new key combo) just three finger swipe instead of entering a key combo...If that makes sense. So like for "Move left a space", I just three finger swipe left to right, and it replaces the highlighted combo with whatever key combo it is that the VoodooPS2.kext has assigned to represent three finger swipe left, which looks like Option + [.

 

Anyway do that with the four three finger swipe directions, up, down, left and right. I think officially left and right should move between desktops and up should show desktop, down should show Mission Control. But make it whatever you want, that's the cool thing about OSX!

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THANKS A LOT man. I would like to confirm that this guide and the kexts work flawless with Hp Envy m6(1178sa). Can you please upload the kext for brightness and gestures?

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http://www.tonymacx86.com/hp-probook/75649-new-voodoops2controller-keyboard-trackpad-32.html#post503257

 

I'm godawful with maintaining this thread... Apologies, here's the link to that brightness and three-finger swipe kext pack.

 

Keep in mind it screws up the mapping for action keys- everything works without action keys mode, so F2 is brightness down as opposed to FN + F2. Also volume down is volume up, skip is volume down or something like that... It breaks more than it fixes really, but it's only a matter of editing the kext.

 

I no longer own the m6-1045dx, so I'm officially done working on it, but for {censored}'s sake, someone else take over, it's not too, too difficult.

 

I'd also like to thank those who helped me get this guide as far as it is today, and for letting me test drive OS X before committing to a Macbook Pro.

 

Good luck all!

 

This may help in remapping the action keys:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/283613-sony-vaio-s-2012-ml-success-ivy-i5-hd-4000/

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I would like to comment, that I registered and completed both "quizzes" to give you my thanks, for this post and dropbox link for your used kexts. I own an M6-1045DX I picked up from best buy as an EOL piece post Win8 release, and was interested in putting OSx86 due to it's Intel base. I put Snow Leopard on my Asus G71GX-RX05 (best buy model) without major hitch, and ran into some incompatibility issues with Snow Leopard and my Ivy Bridge in my HP.

 

The only thing I've done was put a spare OCZ Agility 3 90GB ssd in my M6, everything else is stock. I'll report back when I convince my buddy to drive over with his macbook pro to make a myHack flash drive.

 

I would also like to mention you can invert the action keys. Under System Configuration, Action keys.

 

Disabled: Requires pressing Fn key + f1 through F12 to activate action keys

Enabled: Requires pressing only f1 through f12 to activate action keys

 

Not sure what this changes for the kext, but figured I'd make mention of it. I'm using bios rev 3.7 (not updating until I find out which one is ideal).

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Thanks for taking the time to reply!

 

Yes, by default the action keys work in OS X with Fn + F2 or whatever, but with these new kexts, it's just F2. So if Action Keys Mode is Enabled in the BIOS, then you must press Fn + F2 instead of just F2.

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I was succesfull for all steps, however did not update to 10.8.2, get a wifi card, test sleep mode or sound. I give you my thanks, and will post again if I make any progress with USB.

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Hm, having troubles getting Mac to recognize my wifi card. The light on F12 shows red, but when I boot a 11.04 Ubuntu CD the light is blue and I can connect to networks. I think the issue may stem from the OS not actually turning off when I hit Shut Down...

 

AR5B195 btw.

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99% of WiFi cards don't work with Hackintoshes... Come on man, read the guide, it clearly says several times that I'm using an AR5B195 WiFi/Bluetooth card. The card that comes with the m6-1045dx or really any HP laptop will not work... Of course it will in Ubuntu, that's not abnormal.

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I am using the AR5B195. I edited my post after the fact to mention it, you probably just didn't notice my edit.

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Just tried it again. I even tried a couple from google searches from osx86net. I have a older Ubuntu 11.04 Live CD, I get a weird error during startup, but I connect to WiFi fine (even after off/on switch). I would imagine it would "save" it's "on" state to the BIOS on power off, but it doesn't shut down properly. It will eject the drive and hang on the purple-ish rosey screen (sorry, colorblind.)

 

I've made a Ubuntu USB from 11.04 off of the usb-creator.exe located on the disc image, but that doesn't boot.

I also tried making a bootable USB with UNetBootin pulling the latest Ubuntu distro and it again has failed to boot.

 

I have the 750GB the HP came with, I guess I'll swap the HDD in place of my SSD just to get WiFi on and functioning, and then switch back to the SSD after a proper power off.

 

edit: grammar.

 

edit2: also, should I update my bios to latest supplied from HP while I'm at it? AKA, do you have it on and it's running properly?

Edited by Korpsicle

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No dice.

  • ssd to hdd with windows
  • installed drivers
  • turned them on and connected
  • updated bios
  • restarted
  • wifi was on already, connected
  • swapped hdd to ssd with mac
  • no wifi adapter in network utilities or ability to add as interface
  • F12 and FN+F12 make no change.

 

I'm stumped. How do I get this damn thing to turn on? lol.

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      Now have a Olarila app, just download app and clover folder for your Chipset! https://olarila.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=81&amp;t=6771     --Create a bootable copy of macOS Sierra   http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/files/file/559-flash-drive-maker/   --Create a bootable copy of macOS HighSierra   http://diskmakerx.com/   --Install Clover in USB stick   https://sourceforge.net/projects/cloverefiboot/files/Installer/   --Replace with my Clover folder    CLOVER.zip   --Install Sierra/High Sierra and boot into system!   Post Installation   --Install Clover in HDD/SSD and replace with my folder   CLOVER.zip   --Nvidia WebDriver Sierra   http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/312525-nvidia-web-driver-updates-for-macos-sierra-update-07212017/   --Nvidia WebDriver High Sierra   http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/324195-nvidia-web-driver-updates-for-macos-high-sierra-update-10162017/   --Cuda   http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/302795-cuda-90214-is-out-update-10162017/   Now you need a fine tune!   --DSDT DSDT.GA H97M-D3H MaLd0n.zip Patches -FIX ERRORS AND WARNINGS -HPET -SATA -SLPB -EHCx -DARWIN -LPC -XHCI -HDEF -RTC -IRQs -SBUS -BUS1 -MCHC -ALS0 -SHUTDOWN -LAN -PNLF --Power Management   Use "plugin-type"=1 in DSDT, SSDT or Clover config.plist   --Brightness   Install .app, select the required permission and reboot. Work in F1 / F2 keys! NativeDisplayBrightness.app.zip https://github.com/Bensge/NativeDisplayBrightness/releases *in some cases .app don't work, check patches in config.plist inside Clover folder Post Install  
      --FakeSMC
        https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-fakesmc-kozlek/downloads/   --Audio   https://github.com/vit9696/AppleALC   --USB   https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-usb-inject-all/downloads   --LAN   http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/287161-new-driver-for-realtek-rtl8111/   -Credits and thanks to the old and new people in the community who developed patches, kexts and bootloaders!   Slice, Kabyl, usr-sse2, jadran, Blackosx, dmazar, STLVNUB, pcj, apianti, JrCs, pene, FrodoKenny, skoczy, ycr.ru, Oscar09, xsmile, SoThOr, RehabMan, Download-Fritz, Zenit432, cecekpawon, Intel, Apple, Oracle, Chameleon Team, crazybirdy, Mieze, Mirone, Oldnapalm, netkas, Elconiglio, artut-pt, ErmaC, Pavo, Toleda, Master Chief and family, bcc9, The King, PMheart, Sherlocks, Micky1979, vit9696, vandroiy2013, Voodoo Team, Pike R. Alpha, lvs1974, Austere.J, CVad and many, many, many others!   We're all here to have fun and learn from each other!   ENJOY!
    • By MaLd0n
      Now have a Olarila app, just download app and clover folder for your Chipset! https://olarila.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=81&amp;t=6771   First... If you need DSDT edits for SkyLake, KabyLake or CoffeeLake... -Post your full Clover folder with original tables in Origin folder(Extract with F4 in Clover boot screen) -Run it, post files generated in your desktop RunMe.app  Installation   --Create a bootable copy of macOS Sierra Check out the link http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/files/file/559-flash-drive-maker/   --Create a bootable copy of macOS HighSierra Check out the link http://diskmakerx.com/   --Install Clover in USB stick https://sourceforge.net/projects/cloverefiboot/files/Installer/   --Replace with my Clover folder  CLOVER.zip   --Install Sierra/High Sierra and boot into system!   Post Installation   --Install Clover in HDD/SSD and replace with my folder CLOVER.zip   --Reboot and activate video!   -Nvidia WebDriver Sierra http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/312525-nvidia-web-driver-updates-for-macos-sierra-update-07212017/ -Nvidia WebDriver High Sierra http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/324195-nvidia-web-driver-updates-for-macos-high-sierra-update-10162017/ -Cuda http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/302795-cuda-90214-is-out-update-10162017/   --DSDT My DSDT with patches for Skylake DSDT.MaLd0n ASUS Z170M PLUS.zip   Patches -FIX ERRORS AND WARNINGS -HPET -SATA -SLPB -DMAC -DARWIN -LPC -XHCI -PLUGIN TYPE -HDAS to HDEF -HDEF -RTC -IRQs -SBUS -BUS1 -MCHC -ALS0 -SHUTDOWN -LAN -USBX -PMCR -EC -IMEI -PNLF -HDMI --FakeSMC
      http://www.hwsensors.com/releases   --Audio https://github.com/vit9696/AppleALC   --USB https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-usb-inject-all/downloads   --LAN https://github.com/Mieze/IntelMausiEthernet   -Credits and thanks to the old and new people in the community who developed patches, kexts and bootloaders!   Slice, Kabyl, usr-sse2, jadran, Blackosx, dmazar, STLVNUB, pcj, apianti, JrCs, pene, FrodoKenny, skoczy, ycr.ru, Oscar09, xsmile, SoThOr, RehabMan, Download-Fritz, Zenit432, cecekpawon, Intel, Apple, Oracle, Chameleon Team, crazybirdy, Mieze, Mirone, Oldnapalm, netkas, Elconiglio, artut-pt, ErmaC, Pavo, Toleda, Master Chief and family, bcc9, The King, PMheart, Sherlocks, Micky1979, vit9696, vandroiy2013, Voodoo Team, Pike R. Alpha, lvs1974, Austere.J, CVad and many, many, many others!   We're all here to have fun and learn from each other!   ENJOY!
    • By tlefko
      macOS-Mojave-XPS13-9350
      Hello, this is a simple guide to get OS X 10.14 working on any XPS 13 9350 model
      This guide uses files from (@syscl) (albeit edited) and full credit to him for the Deploy.sh and DSDT patches. However, his Clover folder is unbootable with Mojave and thus has been redone.
      However, his Deploy is still retained but edited to remove some DSDT patches that break things on Mojave
      I did my best to keep the guide simple and for the most part it is, it's inteded for the 6200U non iris but should work with others. (credit @syscl)
      Issues
      Wake up via lid is hit or miss (sometimes needs key press) SD Card slot Restarts don't work (endless black screen while turning off but still on) Usage Notes
      USB Devices eject upon sleep (USB Patches via Deploy were major issue) Changing board number via Clover Config doesn't work always unless serial is changed (No idea..) Audio is controlled via VoodooHDA however prefpane is not nessacary. Never tested USB C anything. Charging should be fine however I'm not sure about others, don't personally use it) What Works
      Everything else! Setup Notes
      The new AFPS file system must be used, there is no way to avoid it. Has no noticeable adverse effects except slower boot time It is difficult to repartition AFPS drives and resize them, recommend clean install or you could have one partition smaller than your hard drive that can't be increased unless reformatted Although Volumes will be converted, keep drive as GUID BIOS Settings
      Set all SATA operation as AHCI Disable Secure Boot, Fast Boot For Coil Whine improvement disable C-States Enable UEFI Booting (Disable Legacy if easily confused) Recommended: Clean Install (Preinstall steps)
      Download latest Mojave version from Mac App store (Register AppleID as developer, enroll your mac, download the preview from the link onsite or google for detailed instructions. Make Bootable media (google how or download app to do it, it's just a terminal command) Download the Latest Clover revision (currently using r4568) and install it to your USB as UEFI and ESP (no need for drivers) Copy The contents of this Github repository into your EFI folder on the USB (Mount the EFI Partition via clover config, efi mounter, etc.) (No Boot Folder in EFI) If you have the same XPS Model as me you can use stock ACPI patched files (6200u, hd 520, 3200x1800,) if not delete contents of both folders (origin, patched) and will fix later via @syscls modified deploy) Installing Mojave (Clean Install)
      Boot PC off the USB, select your Installer as your Boot drive from clover menu config is currently set to FAKESERIAL and -v. I believe (@syscl's) deploy generates serial # information Once installer is loaded, go to disk utility and format as a GUID Partition Table with whatever partitions you want (Don't format whole drive to afps make sure it's GUID) Run the Mojave installer to the drive wait for it to finish, then turn off) From Clover, select the name of the Mojave Partition (not preboot, recovery, etc.) and not your USB stick either From here the installation will continue. DO NOT CLICK ON MOUSE OR KEYBOARD (crashes installer shortly after at least for me) Post Install (Clean Install)
      Reboot off your USB once again, load up your Mojave drive. First Boot will take long, if your using my ACPI files (from @sysl's deploy, edited) and have same model you should have everything out of box (except wifi) Regardless, run through the installer and set it all up. (without acpi) At this point screen should be fine, mouse, keyboard, no wifi should be present or bluetooth. No brightness control as well. go to terminal to mount EFI or via clover Config, EFI Mounter, etc, of both USB and the internal disk Copy and REPLACE the EFI folder from the USB into your hard drive. Unplug your USB and reboot and you should be able to boot without the USB now Turn off PC, boot into clover. Don't select a drive and press F4 and Fn+F4 a few times, wait a few seconds, then boot back to the drive Plug back in the USB, mount it's EFI, and run the modified Deploy Script on your Hard Drive EFI partition After deploy is finished, there will be VoodooI2C error as I deleted it from Kexts, for me it breaks Trackpad and Keyboard. For now will be using VoodooPS2. After Modded Deploy
      You should have no Internet at this point, the following next steps should resolve that. However, your Brightness, lidsleep, USB, bluetooth should be working Using your favourite Kext Installer (Put it on a USB or something to get it on the PC), install (credit @Rehabman's) FAKEPCIID and FAKEPCIID_Broadcomm texts that are included in the ManualKexts Folder Then run "Sudo kextcache -i /" from terminal, reboot, then run it again. By this point your wifi should be fixed, and everything should be done Post Install Notes
      Your welcome to transfer whatever other kexts you want to S/L/E, personally I leave them in the CLOVER Folder injected. Doing upgrade via mac app store is similar, just partitioning hard drive is harder. Apart from that same process essentially, not recommended Credits
      Credit Hackintosher.com for basic patches (although @syscl) covered some Credit to @syscl (clearly...) Credit to @Rehabman Credit to @syscl Kexts, and his contributers. ex. Lidwake.kext (although not fully compatible) Support
      Your welcome to open any issues on this thread, I personally have little DSDT knowledge so I will do my best to help! Thanks for Reading!
      - This is a clone from my GitHub, the link to the repository is below with all files
       
      https://github.com/tlefko/macOS-Mojave-XPS13-9350
       
      - I would really like to hear everyone's experience trying this guide so please let me know in the comments how it worked for you, if you plan to try it, etc.
    • By Gymnae
      Introduction
      The H370 chipset powers 8th generation Intel Core-i CPUs. Even though the name H370 rings comparable to Z370, the H370 is based on newer silicon. This it also requires some new approaches compared to the Z370. An example would be on-die USB 3.1 and WiFi support.
       
      Since this guide is not a "hold-your-hand-every-step" guide, I assume you know:
      Clover installation and configuration How to create an install medium for MacOS Access and configure the BIOS Have heard of ACPI patching (I'm a newb at this myself)  
      What works
      Sleep (via DSDT edits and emulated NVRAM) On-board Audio (via CloverALC script) Native power management (without any kext or patch) All USB ports (and only those present are active) iGPU for both acceleration and display dGPU (I'm running an Nvidia GTX 1080)  
      Untested
      NIC --> I'm using WiFi only  
      What doesn't work
      Native NVRAM via AptioMemoryFix.efi DMVT Pre-alloc higher than 64MB (but not necessary)  
      Changes to the guide:
      22.5.18: Added SSDT hot-patching to enable sleep, replacing DSDT static patching as an alternative.
      23.5.18: Add iMac18,1 as alternative SMBIOS config for those relying on the iGPU for output
      25.6.18: Added update info
      28.8.18: Smalle changes for clarity, changed info for afps loading & updated USB patch for 13.6
       
      1. Installation
      This guide heavy inspired by the work of /u/corpnewt of /r/hackintosh and his (sorta) Vanilla guide
       
      1.1 Create the install media for MacOS
      Follow this, if you are using a Mac to start off with. If you are totally new to MacOS, then please check the basic guide Creation of an installer media in windows or linux
       
      1.2 Install Clover on the install media
      Using the Clover installer, ensure you are installing to the USB medium you are using for the installer.
      Chose the following options, leaving the others on default: 
       
      UEFI driver: AptioMemoryFix UEFI driver: ApfsDriverLoader UEFI booting only Install to ESP  
      You have to get your hands on an apfs.efi. A google search can help, or extracting it from the Installer package. Make sure you procure a version matching the MacOS version you are about to install. Place the apfs.efi in drivers64UEFI.
       
      1.2 Adjust the config.plist for the installer
      You can use the config.plist attached as a guideline, but take a look at it before and at least adjust the SMBIOS - otherwise it won't boot.
      Attention: The attached plist contains audio patches introduced by a post-install step. If you run into problems, you might remove those. It also contains a manual slide value, which should normally not be needed, but works fine for me. It is also tuned for usage with an Nvidia Pascal dGPU as main GPU.
       
      The config you create now should serve you nicely for install and running the system.
       
      Take care of adding the following basics:
      SMBIOS: iMac18,3 - You can generate a serial number via Clover Configurator. The creation of a proper SMBIOS is covered in many guides to good extend Note: If you aim at using the iGPU for output, a user reported that iMac18,1 works better - since iMac18,3 produces sever flicker. Look at the graphics section and adjust the injection for Intel to your situation  
      Fixes

      Patches

      Devices

      Graphics
      Important:
      Change 0x59120003 to 0x59120000 if you don't use a dGPU as your main display Driver and instead use the iGPU for output.
      Also note. SMBIOS iMac18,1 has been reported to work better in this configuration. But 18,3 works fine for me.

      Kernel and Kext patches
       
      1.3 kexts and friends
      Add the supplied SSDT-UAIC.aml to "patched" - it limits the injected USB Ports to the actual number and ports valid for this board.
       
      Required kexts on "Other":
      FakeSMC.kext IntelGraphicsFixup.kext Lilu.kext When having an Nvidia card: NvidiaGraphicsFixup.kext IntelMausiEthernet.kext in case you're running Ethernet USBInjectAll.kext with the HCI-300-series-injector.kext --> These two should be installed to /L/E after install  
      We are leaving sound out at the moment, this is something for post-install. Please note the absence of Shiki, I don't find it necessary. Video material I tried made use of the iGPU without shiki.
       
      1.4 Check BIOS and install
      You should be ready for install. But before you reboot, please take a look at your BIOS and set it up accordingly (copied from the aforementioned guide and adapted):
      Load Optimized Defaults Disable VT-d setting If your system has Secure Boot Mode, disable it Set OS Type to Windows 8/10 or OtherOS - I have not seen a difference Turn off internal Serial and Parallel port Turn off Network stack for boot Turn off wake-on-lan (for now) Set XHCI Handoff to Enabled Don't enable decode over 4G Depending on your GPU, set priority for boot Set internal GPU to enable Set DMVT pre-alloc to 64MB Set USB legacy to enabled Activate XMP profile 1 f your Ram has it (mine doesn't and I added the timings manually) Set ERP to enable, disable platform power management (I need to do more research if this could be enabled)  
      I've attached my current BIOS config "hack2". You can place that on a fat32 drive (the EFI partition of your install USB drive might be an idea) and see if it loads. It's made for and with the F2 BIOS.
       
      The install itself should be like other MacOS Hackintosh installs with it several reboots and ensuring to select the correct boot device in Clover.
       
      2. Post-install
       
      2.1 Install clover on target
      This is a no-brainer, but install a fresh copy of Clover on your target medium.
       
      During install select again AptioMemoryFix but also additionally
      EmuVariableUefi-64.efi Install RC scripts on target volume because otherwise NVRAM doesn't seem to work
       
      After the install, copy
      config.plist contents of "Other" content of "patched" apfs.efi from drivers64UEFI to your new clover install.
       
      2.1 Edit ACPI for slumber
      Choose one option, not both. The hot-patch is experimental, but for the moment it is stable.
       
      2.1.1 Edit DSDT
      This is necessary only once on initial install and every time, you edit or upgrade the BIOS. The DSDT.aml attached to this post might work for your system or give you a file to compare to. Don't expect it to work for you, though.
      I won't go into the details of DSDT extraction and patching. There are better guides (the linked guide is a rip-off of rehabman's guide from a different forum). Please follow such a guide to extract your ACPI data.
       
      Locate and disassemble the DSDT with the newest iasl binary you can put your hands on, then open it with MacIASL in its newest version you can find (Hint: Here is a good source) You can check if the version is new enough if MacIASL doesn't throw error upon compiling a freshly extracted DSDT.aml or DSDT.dst
       
      Add rehabmans repo (as per linked guide) and apply the following patches:
      Rename _DSM to _XDSM Fix _WAK Arg0 v2 USB3 _PRW 0x6D Skylake (instant wake) Find the CNVW device and remove the _PWR function there.
       
      Compile the DSDT and place it in "patched".
       
      2.1.2 Use SSDT hot-patching
      Instead of having to re-extract and re-patch the DSDT on every BIOS change or update, Hardware change one can also use ACPI hot-patching.
      It's a combination of config.plist patches and an SSDT, which is hot-patched into the ACPI (if I understand the process correctly)
       
      You need to add this SSDT-GPRW.aml to your Clover folder in the designated position at Clover/ACPI/patched You need to add this patch to your config.plist. It goes into the DSDT patch section  
      Note: This works for me, but the patch removes the _PRW method from all devices in the DSDT. This could have side-effects. So far, I have seen none. At the moment I'm also not applying any other patch, compared with the additional edits I made to the DSDT method before.
       
      2.2 Install kexts to system
      As mentioned in the install section, it's better to follow rehabman's instruction and install USBinjectAll.kext to /L/E:
      sudo cp -R Release/USBInjectAll.kext /Library/Extensions sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions && sudo kextcache -u / 2.3 Enable onboard Audio
      This is where I'm not so happy currently, I'd like it to work without altering AppleHDA. But currently I find no other way.
       
      2.3.1 Install FakePCIID & FakePCIID_Intel_HDMI_Audio
      Rehabman tells us to use a kext installer to install it to /S/L/E. Chose the RELEASE folder
       
      2.3.2 Run CloverALC command
      Ensure your EFI partition is mounted before running this command
      Get the newest version of CloverALC command (audio_cloverALC-xxx.sh) and run it. Our Audio codec is RTL887 and I'm running with layout ID 1
       
      2.4 Optional steps
      If you have a dGPU, now it's the time to install its drivers and adjust the config.plist for it.
      This is out of scope of this guide. Yet, my supplied config.plist is ready to be used with Nvidia Pascal cards and using the Nvidia web driver.
       
      3. Updating
      Updating inside 10.3.x point updates doesn't require much attention:
      Download the update from the AppStore as any Mac would do Allow the system to reboot Before booting MacOS with Clover, make sure to disable extra drivers for dGPUs which require non-native support. If using an Nvidia dGPU: Remove "nvda_drv=1"  from your boot arguments and disable Nvidia injection If using a non natively supported AMD card, do the same for AMD (I'm not using AMD, thus I cannot be specific) Boot into the newly created Install MacOS partition Repeat this process until the Install partition is gone Boot MacOS again, still following 3., and potentially install updated drivers Your Audio might require re-patching  
      4. ToDo
      Move away from static DSDT patching to SSDT hotpatching --> requires my work Native NVRAM --> requires developer work Audio without AppleHDA patching --> requires developer work  
      5. Thanks to
      @MaLd0nfor helping finding the right way with the DSDT
      @RehabMan, for being a legend and helping me out patching
      @toleda, for audio patches for the 300 series
      /u/corpnewt, for his superb vanilla guide
      @wmchris for his super XPS 9550 guide and introducing me to hot-patching
      all the developers of clover and it's awesomeness
       
      SSDT-UIAC.aml
      config.plist
      DSDT.aml
      hack2
    • By yehia2amer
      Dell Precision T7610 Workstation
      Hackintosh GUIDE (Work in Progress)
       
                        
      Introduction: 
      Hi Everyone,
      This Workstation used to be a Beast with Dual CPUs and tons of RAM, I Know it is now normal to get that much cores in a Desktop but it is still a very decent machine for me (As a Programmer), and I thought it would be a good idea to Install MacOS as the Daily Driver Rather than Linux and It turns out to be a very Great Experience (with Some Challenges ).
       
      Specs:
      CPU: 2x Xeon E5-2680 v2 2.8GHz Ten Core Processors RAM: 128 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 ECC Memory GPU: ATI Radeon HD 4870 Chipset: Intel C602 Audio: Realtek ALC269Q High Definition Audio SAS Drive Controllers (RAID): LSI 2308 SATA/SAS 6Gb/s controller with host based RAID 0, 1, 10 (4  Network Controller 1: Intel 82579 Gigabit Ethernet controller with Remote Wake UP, PXE and Jumbo frames support
      Network Controller 2: Intel Ethernet Controller I210
      NEC USB3.0 xHCI Controller: Renesas Electronics uPD720201 & uPD720202
       
      Working:
      Both "Xeon E5-2680 v2" and all cores with Power Management and P-States (using VoodooTSCSync & ssdtPRGen.sh) ATI Radeon HD 4870 (Vanilla) Realtek ALC269Q (using VoodooHDA till Now) LSI 2308 SAS (using AstekFusion2) Intel 82579 Network Controller (Vanilla) Intel I210 Network Controller (IntelMausiEthernet) USB 2.0  
      Not Working:
      NEC USB3.0 xHCI Controller (Renesas Electronics uPD720201 & uPD720202) Sleep  
      https://github.com/yehia2amer/Dell-Precision-T7610-Workstation-Hackintosh-Guide
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