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What should I do? I deleted the partition, and when i go to reinstall, i can't create a new partition, in fact, a new partitions. I got error: file system resize support required such as hfs+ with journaling enabled.

Do I have to delete the entire HDD, and create a guid partition? If I have to, where to do,from windows installation or os x installation?

Can you explain to me, what should I do and how? Thanks a lot.

 

Although recreating the EFI partition is not impossible, it's risky. So I would recommend formatting the drive. If you don't do it right, you might end up having to do it anyway.

 

So, you have to remember two main things:

 

1. HDD/SSD formatted as GUID.

 

You can boot from your USB drive, go to Disk Utility, select the HDD on the left (not the partition), go to Erase, give it a Name (anything you want), a Format (Mac OS Extended (journaled) ) and a Scheme (GUID Partition Map).

Yes, this will erase the entire HDD/SSD. So make a backup of your important files on another drive, if you want to save anything.

 

2. Partitions formatted as Mac OS Extended (journaled). This is the default format anyway. So you don't have to worry about it. Just keep in mind for the future. :)

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Although recreating the EFI partition is not impossible, it's risky. So I would recommend formatting the drive. If you don't do it right, you might end up having to do it anyway.

 

So, you have to remember two main things:

 

1. HDD/SSD formatted as GUID.

 

You can boot from your USB drive, go to Disk Utility, select the HDD on the left (not the partition), go to Erase, give it a Name (anything you want), a Format (Mac OS Extended (journaled) ) and a Scheme (GUID Partition Map).

Yes, this will erase the entire HDD/SSD. So make a backup of your important files on another drive, if you want to save anything.

 

2. Partitions formatted as Mac OS Extended (journaled). This is the default format anyway. So you don't have to worry about it. Just keep in mind for the future. :)

Okay, thank you very much. I just forgot to mention that I want to have the windows and os x.

The procedure remains the same?

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Okay, thank you very much. I just forgot to mention that I want to have the windows and os x.

The procedure remains the same?

 

The procedure describes how to format your HDD in order to automatically create that EFI partition that you need. It does not describe what you put on it after that. :P

 

I would strongly suggest you to use different HDDs for Windows and Mac OS X. Although installing them side by side, on the same HDD, might not be impossible, especially for new users, it might be best if you were using two separate HDD for this.

 

Also, I'm not sure Windows 7 can run off a GPT formatted drive... Never tried it before. I think Windows 8 can (and probably newer versions too). But I'm not sure about older versions. Sorry, can't help you there.

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The procedure describes how to format your HDD in order to automatically create that EFI partition that you need. It does not describe what you put on it after that. :P

 

I would strongly suggest you to use different HDDs for Windows and Mac OS X. Although installing them side by side, on the same HDD, might not be impossible, especially for new users, it might be best if you were using two separate HDD for this.

 

Also, I'm not sure Windows 7 can run off a GPT formatted drive... Never tried it before. I think Windows 8 can (and probably newer versions too). But I'm not sure about older versions. Sorry, can't help you there.

Okay, thank you anyway. I've already had on the same HDD, windows and os x. 

But never mind, it is my means to format Mac OS Extended (journaled) ) and a Scheme (GUID Partition Map).

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Okay, thank you anyway. I've already had on the same HDD, windows and os x. 

But never mind, it is my means to format Mac OS Extended (journaled) ) and a Scheme (GUID Partition Map).

 

Yes, you did have them both on the same HDD. But you also had a missing EFI partition. That was the starting point of this whole thing. And the main reason why you're  formatting your drive for GUID now, right? :)

 

Anyway, if you know how to do it, if you know it will work, then by all means, try it. And if you have a bit of time, come back and tell us if it worked.

 

Good luck! :)

But never mind, it is my means to format Mac OS Extended (journaled) ) and a Scheme (GUID Partition Map).

 

Yes.

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Yes, you did have them both on the same HDD. But you also had a missing EFI partition. That was the starting point of this whole thing. And the main reason why you're  formatting your drive for GUID now, right? :)

 

Anyway, if you know how to do it, if you know it will work, then by all means, try it. And if you have a bit of time, come back and tell us if it worked.

 

Good luck! :)

 

Yes.

Nooo, i didn't have missing EFI partition earlier. 

When i re-installed os x, and when I did the install, I dropped windows system, and that was a mistake, since then I have no EFI partition, only the EFI folder.

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Nooo, i didn't have missing EFI partition earlier.

When i re-installed os x, and when I did the install, I dropped windows system, and that was a mistake, since then I have no EFI partition, only the EFI folder.

Ok, then why do you want to install Windows again if that caused you this issue in the first place? :)

By the way, you know that Macs can run OSX and Windows by default, right?

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Ok, then why do you want to install Windows again if that caused you this issue in the first place? :)

By the way, you know that Macs can run OSX and Windows by default, right?

You're right, I will not install windows, but will over Macs to run windows.

Will I be able to install the El Capitan? Try to have to install it, come to a white screen and colorful cursor.

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Will I be able to install the El Capitan? Try to have to install it, come to a white screen and colorful cursor.

That is another story. Make sure you correctly make a bootable USB drive of El Capitan.

 

Here is an older tutorial on how to do that for Yosemite. The principle is the same for El Capitan, as well. The UI might be a bit different since El Capitan comes with a new Disk Utility app. See if it helps.

 

Also, assuming you did it right, make sure you have FakeSMC.kext (and other 3rd party kexts, if you need any) in Clover/kext/10.11 on your USB drive's EFI partition. Yes, that one needs to be formatted as GUID as well.

 

I might write another tutorial on that, on a separate thread, if there isn't one already published, since this doesn't have anything to do with Clover.

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That is another story. Make sure you correctly make a bootable USB drive of El Capitan.

 

Here is an older tutorial on how to do that for Yosemite. The principle is the same for El Capitan, as well. The UI might be a bit different since El Capitan comes with a new Disk Utility app. See if it helps.

 

Also, assuming you did it right, make sure you have FakeSMC.kext (and other 3rd party kexts, if you need any) in Clover/kext/10.11 on your USB drive's EFI partition. Yes, that one needs to be formatted as GUID as well.

 

I might write another tutorial on that, on a separate thread, if there isn't one already published, since this doesn't have anything to do with Clover.

Ok, thanks. I already do that, how it explain on this tutorial, but i can't install. I have FakeSMC and other kext in Clover/kext/10.11, i have config.plist, but nothing..

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Ok, thanks. I already do that, how it explain on this tutorial, but i can't install. I have FakeSMC and other kext in Clover/kext/10.11, i have config.plist, but nothing..

Run diskutil list, with your USB drive plugged in and post the output please.

Also take a screenshot of the Clover Customize window to see what did you select in there. Last time I remember, something was really wrong in there.

Also, I wonder how did you get El Capitan installed in the first place, if you can't boot off the USB drive?

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Run diskutil list, with your USB drive plugged in and post the output please.

Also take a screenshot of the Clover Customize window to see what did you select in there. Last time I remember, something was really wrong in there.

Also, I wonder how did you get El Capitan installed in the first place, if you can't boot off the USB drive?

OK, i doing that everything, when i come home and installing os x. I erase hdd.

I try to boot El Capitan from USB drive, no from application..

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How do I hide the "boot clover from EFI" entry?

 

I can't hide the whole EFI because I'm dual booting with Windows.

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Also, I'm not sure Windows 7 can run off a GPT formatted drive... Never tried it before. I think Windows 8 can (and probably newer versions too). But I'm not sure about older versions. Sorry, can't help you there.

 

Windows 7 64 Bits can. The only thing to take care of is to boot the installer in UEFI mode. Furthermore, Windows and OS X can be installed on the same drive. Not a problem at all as long as they're both installed on a GUID partition scheme (the same is possible with MBR partition scheme but that's another story and He does want an ESP anyway).

 

 

@Iwanche

 

I would recommend reading this (thanks to Fusion71au) to prepare a Windows USB stick installer. Actually, in my experience I found out that installing OS X first is better because the ESP created is about 200 Mb where the Windows own ESP (created during the install process) is about 100 MB which OS X does not like. I read somewhere that it could be a problem :unsure:.

 

Lastly, if you're installing both OS X and Windows on the same drive, you should leave blank the partition you want to install Windows onto. Formating it in MS-DOS (FAT32) could break the "pure" GPT partition scheme and end up with a "Found valid GPT with hybrid MBR; using GPT." instead of "Found valid GPT with protective MBR; using GPT"

 

There's a great guide here at IM that you should read. It's meant for Dual booting Windows UEFI and OS X for Legacy Bios but works fine with UEFI Bios as well.

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I have one HDD for both system, OSX and Windows 7-64 UEFI.

For WIndows installation I was booting by Clover. So for Windows it is UEFI install while the computer is very old legacy computer #4 in my sig.

The HDD was partitioned by OSX installation -> Disk Utility. It can correctly partitioning into GPT with EFI System Partition.

The result is here

/dev/disk0
   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
   0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *250.1 GB   disk0
   1:                        EFI                         209.7 MB   disk0s1
   2:       Microsoft Basic Data Windows                 46.0 GB    disk0s2
   3:                  Apple_HFS MacHD                   113.6 GB   disk0s3
   4:         Microsoft Reserved                         133.2 MB   disk0s4
   5:       Microsoft Basic Data Data                    90.0 GB    disk0s5

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I have one HDD for both system, OSX and Windows 7-64 UEFI.

For WIndows installation I was booting by Clover. So for Windows it is UEFI install while the computer is very old legacy computer #4 in my sig.

The HDD was partitioned by OSX installation -> Disk Utility. It can correctly partitioning into GPT with EFI System Partition.

The result is here

/dev/disk0
   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
   0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *250.1 GB   disk0
   1:                        EFI                         209.7 MB   disk0s1
   2:       Microsoft Basic Data Windows                 46.0 GB    disk0s2
   3:                  Apple_HFS MacHD                   113.6 GB   disk0s3
   4:         Microsoft Reserved                         133.2 MB   disk0s4
   5:       Microsoft Basic Data Data                    90.0 GB    disk0s5

When I worked partition on the HDD, i'll have three partitions, two for os x and windows, and one for storage, whether to the first partition formatted in the Mac OS X journalised, and the other two to leave free?

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Here's mine on a Legacy Bios Dell D830 :

/dev/disk1 (internal, physical):
   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
   0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *500.1 GB   disk1
   1:           Windows Recovery                         471.9 MB   disk1s1
   2:                        EFI NO NAME                 104.9 MB   disk1s2
   3:         Microsoft Reserved                         16.8 MB    disk1s3
   4:       Microsoft Basic Data Windows 10              156.7 GB   disk1s4
   5:       Microsoft Basic Data Stockage                104.9 GB   disk1s5
   6:                        EFI NO NAME                 200.3 MB   disk1s6
   7:           Linux Filesystem                         30.0 GB    disk1s7
   8:                 Linux Swap                         4.0 GB     disk1s8
   9:                  Apple_HFS Time Machine            157.3 GB   disk1s9
  10:                  Apple_HFS Yosemite                45.8 GB    disk1s10
  11:                 Apple_Boot Recovery HD             650.0 MB   disk1s11

Windows was installed first. Clover is installed on a separate drive as you can see here :

/dev/disk0 (internal, physical):
   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
   0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *256.1 GB   disk0
   1:                        EFI EFI                     209.7 MB   disk0s1
   2:                  Apple_HFS Macintosh HD            129.5 GB   disk0s2
   3:                 Apple_Boot Recovery HD             650.0 MB   disk0s3
   4:       Microsoft Basic Data Data                    125.7 GB   disk0s4

EFI disk1s1 is where it's installed and Clover is the boot manager for all of them.

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certainly off topic ... sorry...

 

@Iwanche 

a good/better tool for to use and learn may be gpt vs diskutil.  it will show used space and free space available. so run gpt to see if there is room to add the EFI partition on your disk without destroying the other partitions.  you will need about 200 MB which is about 409600 blocks. if there is space enough, gpt can add a partition. personally, i cant see how installing windows could remove EFI. but somehow you have GTP disk without an EFI partition. its best to have EFI first so gdisk can help you reorder the partitions. if this all too complicated for you. then as slice said: start over and build a proper GTP disk with EFI.  

 

here is another example of a dual boot layout. In this case there are OS X and Windows. the Recovery HD is made by the OS X installation and Windows Recovery was made by the Windows installation. 

one can format the disk with disk utility as GPT with just 2 main partitions for the OSes (and let the installers make the recovery partitions automatically)

 

1) ~700 GB for OS X

2) ~50  free space - which later you can format this partition to NTFS when you run the (UEFI) Windows installer. (i do this so OS X Disk Utility doesn't put an MBR vs PMBR - which is ok for bootcamp but not so good for UEFI )

 

$ diskutil list disk1

/dev/disk1 (external, physical):

   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER

   0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *750.2 GB   disk1

   1:                        EFI EFI                     209.7 MB   disk1s1

   2:                  Apple_HFS OSX-                    697.7 GB   disk1s2

   3:                 Apple_Boot Recovery HD             650.0 MB   disk1s3

   4:       Microsoft Basic Data C                       51.1 GB    disk1s4

   5:           Windows Recovery                         471.9 MB   disk1s5

 

$ sudo gpt -r show disk1

       start        size  index  contents

           0           1         PMBR

           1           1         Pri GPT header

           2          32         Pri GPT table

          34           6         

          40      409600      1  GPT part - C12A7328-F81F-11D2-BA4B-00A0C93EC93B

      409640  1362786480      2  GPT part - 48465300-0000-11AA-AA11-00306543ECAC

  1363196120     1269544      3  GPT part - 426F6F74-0000-11AA-AA11-00306543ECAC

  1364465664    99760128      4  GPT part - EBD0A0A2-B9E5-4433-87C0-68B6B72699C7

  1464225792      921600      5  GPT part - DE94BBA4-06D1-4D40-A16A-BFD50179D6AC

  1465147392        1743         

  1465149135          32         Sec GPT table

  1465149167           1         Sec GPT header

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Create a custom entry for type Other, then set Hide to Always

 

I put this under GUI, but it didn't work. I'm probably doing something wrong.

<key>Custom</key>
<dict>
<key>Entries</key>
<array>
<dict>
<key>Hidden</key>
<string>Always</string>
<key>Type</key>
<string>Other</string>
</dict>
</array>
</dict>

BTW, why is this not hidden by default? 

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How do I hide the "boot clover from EFI" entry?

 

I can't hide the whole EFI because I'm dual booting with Windows.

Look your boot.log and suppose what to hide.

Screen Shot 2015-10-13 at 21.39.05.png

Check the post again, there are some more (minor) edits to the patch. I also attached a package if anyone wants to test.

It seems nobody wants to test so I'll commit as is hoping in future it may be corrected if any problem. Rev. 3281

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It seems nobody wants to test so I'll commit as is hoping in future it may be corrected if any problem. Rev. 3281

 

Clover r3281 test results for El Capitan:

 

3rd party kexts in:

 

EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other - PASSED

EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.11 - PASSED

EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.10 (just out of curiosity) - PASSED (doesn't boot) I suppose this is the normal behavior for this case. Couldn't test Yosemite, since I don't have it anymore.

 

All folders in place, nothing removed

 

3rd party kexts in:

 

EFI/CLOVER/OEM/SystemProductName/kexts/Other - FAILED (can't boot)

EFI/CLOVER/OEM/SystemProductName/kexts/10.11 (created it since it wasn't already present) - FAILED (can't boot)

 

Maybe I didn't understand how the OEM folder is supposed to work. Also, I don't quite understand what's its purpose in the first place. But if it's supposed to work the same way the main "kexts" folder works, well, it doesn't.

 

Also, I'm confused. Why are there so many locations with "kexts" folders?

 

So far, I found 3:

 

  1. Clover/kexts
  2. Clover/OEM/SystemProductName/kexts
  3. Clover/OEM/UEFI/kexts

Do we need all of them...? Just asking. Not judging or anything. But I'm just curious. Do we need all of these? Does anyone actually use the last two in the list? I never used them, but maybe some other people did.

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 Maybe I didn't understand how the OEM folder is supposed to work. Also, I don't quite understand what's its purpose in the first place. But if it's supposed to work the same way the main "kexts" folder works, well, it doesn't.

 

 

I use it to boot different systems with one USB stick.

 

You have to create folders that match what Clover detected on boot. You can see that using Options menu > SMBios and read the first 2 lines or use bdmesg :

6:480  0:000  Clover revision: 3259  running on Latitude D830
6:480  0:000  ... with board 0HN338

From my Dell laptop

0:100  0:000  Clover revision: 3259  running on H97-HD3
0:100  0:000  ... with board H97-HD3

From my Gigabyte mobo

 

So all you have to do next is to create two folders like this "Latitude D830" and "H97-HD3" with similar structure as found in SystemProductName with individual config.plist, DSDT/SSDT and kexts in 10.x folders. You can of course have plenty of folder for each system (limitless ?). Got one with up to 10 folders :D.

 

Very useful to boot one OS X installer on different systems without the need to configure again and again Clover's main structure. Very useful too to make an emergency USB pen ;).

 

So thanks to Slice and all Clover's contributors to have make such a very smart feature ! Please don't remove it :D !

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I put this under GUI, but it didn't work. I'm probably doing something wrong.

<key>Custom</key>
<dict>
<key>Entries</key>
<array>
<dict>
<key>Hidden</key>
<string>Always</string>
<key>Type</key>
<string>Other</string>
</dict>
</array>
</dict>

BTW, why is this not hidden by default? 

 

 

@Dr Hurt,

 

I think your entry is missing the "FullTitle" name eg I use the following in GUI section/config.plist to hide "UEFI Internal".....

 

 

        <key>Custom</key>
        <dict>
            <key>Entries</key>
            <array>
                <dict>
                    <key>Disabled</key>
                    <false/>
                    <key>FullTitle</key>
                    <string>UEFI Internal</string>
                    <key>Hidden</key>
                    <true/>
                    <key>Ignore</key>
                    <false/>
                    <key>InjectKexts</key>
                    <false/>
                    <key>NoCaches</key>
                    <false/>
                    <key>Type</key>
                    <string>Other</string>
                </dict>
            </array>
        <dict>

 

 

 

@arsradu,

 

Check your boot log for the exact name of your motherboard or system product name found by Clover.  My guess would be B85-HD3 going by your sig :) ---> rename the folder "SystemProductName" to B85-HD3 and replace the config.plist, DSDT/SSDT and kexts etc with the ones you were using before in the corresponding sub folders.

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I use it to boot different systems with one USB stick.

 

You have to create folders that match what Clover detected on boot. You can see that using Options menu > SMBios and read the first 2 lines or use bdmesg :

6:480  0:000  Clover revision: 3259  running on Latitude D830
6:480  0:000  ... with board 0HN338

From my Dell laptop

0:100  0:000  Clover revision: 3259  running on H97-HD3
0:100  0:000  ... with board H97-HD3

From my Gigabyte mobo

 

So all you have to do next is to create two folders like this "Latitude D830" and "H97-HD3" with similar structure as found in SystemProductName with individual config.plist, DSDT/SSDT and kexts in 10.x folders. You can of course have plenty of folder for each system (limitless ?). Got one with up to 10 folders :D.

 

Very useful to boot one OS X installer on different systems without the need to configure again and again Clover's main structure. Very useful too to make an emergency USB pen ;).

 

So thanks to Slice and all Clover's contributors to have make such a very smart feature ! Please don't remove it :D !

 

:) Thanks, man! Can you try that? You seem to have a lot more experience with that part than I do. :)) Also I think you might have the needed hardware for that. I only got my PC. No laptop, no secondary desktop. I tested the main part and that was ok. But still I'm not 100% sure I completely digested what you said above. :))

 

So...can you test that part? I can provide you the installer, if you haven't already built one. Or someone else here can post it.

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      https://www.amazon.com/Intel-i9-9900K-Desktop-Processor-Unlocked/dp/B005404P9I/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?keywords=Intel+Core+i9-9900K&qid=1553358099&s=gateway&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1

      --COOLER

      CORSAIR H100i RGB PLATINUM AIO Liquid CPU Cooler
      -Link
      https://www.amazon.com/CORSAIR-H100i-PLATINUM-Liquid-Cooler/dp/B07JWB5BSN/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=WATER+COOLER+CPU&qid=1565492509&s=gateway&sr=8-4

      --MEMORY

      Corsair CMW32GX4M2C3200C16 Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3200 (PC4-25600)
      -Link
      https://www.amazon.com/Corsair-CMW32GX4M2C3200C16-Vengeance-PC4-25600-Desktop/dp/B07GTG2T7L/ref=sr_1_15?keywords=memory+ddr4+32&qid=1553358238&s=gateway&sr=8-15

      --GPU

      MSI RX Vega 64 AIR Boost 8G OC
      -Link
      https://www.amazon.com/MSI-RX-64-AIR-8G/dp/B07DH7S1X1/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=vega+64+gigabyte&qid=1565492819&s=electronics&sr=1-2

      --SSD

      Samsung 970 EVO 1TB SSD (MZ-V7E1T0BW) NVMe M.2 V-NAND
      -Link
      https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-970-EVO-1TB-MZ-V7E1T0BW/dp/B07BN217QG/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=s+samsung+970+evo+1tb&qid=1565493002&s=electronics&sr=1-1

      --POWER SUPPLY

      EVGA Supernova 1000 P2 80+ Platinum, 1000W ECO Mode Fully Modular 
      -Link
      https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Supernova-Platinum-Crossfire-220-P2-1000-XR/dp/B00EKJQM5E/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=power+supply+1000w&qid=1565493196&s=gateway&sr=8-3

      --WIRELESS

      TP-Link Archer T9E
      -Link
      https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Archer-T9E-Beamforming-Technology/dp/B00TQEX7AQ/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=TP-Link+Archer+T9E&qid=1553358397&s=gateway&sr=8-1

      --CASE

      Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Black Edition ATX Open Frame Panoramic Viewing
      -Link
      https://www.amazon.com/Thermaltake-Tempered-Panoramic-Certified-CA-1E7-00M1WN-03/dp/B01N4IGVSC/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=Thermaltake+Core+P5&qid=1565493567&s=gateway&sr=8-2

      --DSDT Patches--
      -FIX ACPI ERRORS -FIX OEM SSDTs to AVOID ERRORS AND WARNINGS -REMOVE UNUSED SCOPES / DEVICES -HIGH PRECISION EVENT TIMER -SATA -DMAC -REMOVE PROBLEMATIC AND UNUSED DEVICES -FIX K.P in REBOOT -SLPB -DARWIN / WINDOWS 2015 -XHCI -PLUGIN TYPE -HDAS to HDEF -HDEF -REAL TIME CLOCK -ARTC -IRQs -SBUS -BUS1 -MCHC -ALS0 -SHUTDOWN -LAN -FWHD -USBX -PMCR -PPMC -XSPI -CNVW -GMM -IMEI -EC -PNLF -ARPT -GFX0 -NVME -DTGP -ACQUIRE MUT0 0XFFFF -MUTEX MUT0 0x00 -EXTERNAL REFERENCES -UNKNOWNOBJ -HDMI / HDAU -FULL RENAMED DEVICES ---SCREENSHOTs---




















      -Credits and thanks to the old and new people in the community who developed patches, kexts and bootloaders!
      Thanks to KGP for SSDT Thunderbolt
      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, Sampath007, onemanosx, erroruser, Jenny David, Olarila Facebook Community, Hackintosh Facebook Community and many others!
      We're all here to have fun and learn from each other!
    • By dgsga
      Can I propose a new subforum be created for the new OpenCorePkg OpenCore front end being created by vit9696 and others, it is a fantastic piece of work:
      https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg
      Even at version 0.1 it runs my Mojave 10.14.4 setup very nearly flawlessly. It consists of a 10KB bootstrap BootX64.efi and a 200KB OpenCore.efi OS loader. All configuration is done using a very well documented config.plist 
       
       
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