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I cant see "kext inject management" bug fixes in (specific to) r4244, if so your problem could be randomly happen.. again :)

 

i just can't see "++++++++++++++++++" with failed boot on r4244. this problem happen

and i can't use kext inject management on 4243. because always failed after kext inject management.

i'm not sure other kext inject management issue. i tested basic feature.

 

my test

1. only used 10.13 folder with kexts. emtpy Others folder. injectkexts=detect. not tested usb installer. only installed HS disk.

2. in gui, select 10.13 installed HS disk with space bar, go kext inject management, enter 10.13, check kexts list, exit 10.13, enter other folder, check empty list, exit other folder, exit kext inject management. then boot without -v.

 

my test is failed boot with "++++++++++++++++++" line and apple logo on r4243

my test passed on r4244

 

sorry for my bad english

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In contrary, boot.efi seems preferred to read NVRAM "boot-args" instead of LoadOptions. So storing LoadOptions to loaded boot.efi get ignored because its too late?

 

Just guessing:

 

(1) You have "-v" NVRAM "boot-args".

(2) Switch off "-v" from GUI.

(3) Boot.efi will read your NVRAM "boot-args" with "-v" (still), but Clover already switching to graphic mode. So resulting in black screen.

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@Slice: how about using the XCLANG compiler profile? It's present in tools_def.txt as a profile for building edk2 for OS X/macOS. AFAIK, clang/llvm can be found in two places:

1. /usr/bin

2. /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin

The second path requires the Xcode command line tools to be installed with xcode-select --install, but think about it, that's more than enough for the ordinary user and no 7GB Xcode download would be needed. I wonder why nobody has seen that part of that file yet, except maybe Micky1979, that's his idea.

 

In order the XCLANG profile to be used, the following paths should be changed:

#
# Change to the location clang was built
#
#DEFINE CLANG_BIN = /usr/bin/
#DEFINE CLANG_BIN = /opt/local/libexec/llvm-3.6/bin/

DEFINE LLVM_BIN = ENV(HOME)/src/llvm-build/Release/bin/
DEFINE CLANG_BIN = ENV(HOME)/src/llvm-build/Release/bin/

to something like

# clang and llvm are in the clt directory

DEFINE LLVM_BIN = /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin/
DEFINE CLANG_BIN = /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin/

or even configurable with variable:

# clang and llvm can be anywhere, just set the env var

DEFINE LLVM_BIN = ENV(LLVM_PREFIX)/
DEFINE CLANG_BIN = ENV(CLANG_PREFIX)/

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@Philip Petev

I can't debug the problem because I always have Xcode installed.

I also didn't use llvm-clang because Xcode one is good enough producing working codes due to work of Zenith432. Tested on Xcode4.4.1, 7.3.1, 8.3.3, 9.0.

If I will change something in  tools_def.txt it will happen only if it doesn't violate my working compilation.

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@Philip Petev

I can't debug the problem because I always have Xcode installed.

I also didn't use llvm-clang because Xcode one is good enough producing working codes due to work of Zenith432. Tested on Xcode4.4.1, 7.3.1, 8.3.3, 9.0.

If I will change something in  tools_def.txt it will happen only if it doesn't violate my working compilation.

There is no difference between the llvm-clang that comes with the Command line tools and the one, included in Xcode AFAIK.

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@fabiosun,

 

Once you get to the prompt you are the root user, type this to mount the root filesystem read/write:

fsck –fy
mount –uw /

Then you can run any commands like you would in the terminal, such as removing or fixing kexts. You can't use things like diskutil though, and you are already root so don't use sudo.

Grazie!

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Just guessing:

 

(1) You have "-v" NVRAM "boot-args".

(2) Switch off "-v" from GUI.

(3) Boot.efi will read your NVRAM "boot-args" with "-v" (still), but Clover already switching to graphic mode. So resulting in black screen.

No. AFAIK Clover destroys NVRAM "boot-args" before boot.efi starts.

There is no difference between the llvm-clang that comes with the Command line tools and the one, included in Xcode AFAIK.

llvm-clang assumed is custom compiled from llvm sources.

Xcode has "clang".

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llvm-clang assumed is custom compiled from llvm sources.

Xcode has "clang".

Well, according to this, the Command line Tools are basically Xcode without the GUI. Both the compiler tools (clang etc.) and the macOS SDK are included. Xcode is actually a frontend for those tools and I really doubt someone would take the time and effort to compile two different sets of such tools.

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@Slice: how about using the XCLANG compiler profile? It's present in tools_def.txt as a profile for building edk2 for OS X/macOS. AFAIK, clang/llvm can be found in two places:

1. /usr/bin

2. /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin

The second path requires the Xcode command line tools to be installed with xcode-select --install, but think about it, that's more than enough for the ordinary user and no 7GB Xcode download would be needed. I wonder why nobody has seen that part of that file yet, except maybe Micky1979, that's his idea.


cvad as seen this since long time, Clover Builder.app tools do not need Xcodes

Edit***

Not sure ??

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# clang and llvm can be anywhere, just set the env var

DEFINE LLVM_BIN = ENV(LLVM_PREFIX)/
DEFINE CLANG_BIN = ENV(CLANG_PREFIX)/

good, just tested with success! I have clang in /usr/bin/, also I have the command line tools and exporting those paths made working binaries.

Initially I receive a "bad nasm" message, so I just exported its path as well. Mine It's a tiny partition with os x installed and no place for Xcode, thanks!

cvad as seen this since long time, Clover Builder.app tools do not need Xcodes

Edit***

Not sure ??

Can't be without making on-the-fly changes to the source so I searched for that app and as expected  needs both xcode and an old version of gcc to be compiled, very different story. I think xcode is needed only to compile obj-c stuff, but the above is really better.

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good, just tested with success! I have clang in /usr/bin/, also I have the command line tools and exporting those paths made working binaries.

Initially I receive a "bad nasm" message, so I just exported its path as well. Mine It's a tiny partition with os x installed and no place for Xcode, thanks!

Can't be without making on-the-fly changes to the source so I searched for that app and as expected  needs both xcode and an old version of gcc to be compiled, very different story. I think xcode is needed only to compile obj-c stuff, but the above is really better.

Be sure you have NASM 2.13.01 else codes will be broken.

For little changes in sources you just use ./ebuild.sh. Big scripts or apps needed for first time compilation.

No. AFAIK Clover destroys NVRAM "boot-args" before boot.efi starts.

 

Oops!

This line is commented out

//    DeleteNvramVariable(L"boot-args", &gEfiAppleBootGuid);

This is a big question.

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Question:

I use older 4222 and see  (using -v) that always uses an boot arg slide=0 is used. But all working.

That slide=0 is not in set as boot arg in config.plist. (And is not  listet in nvram after boot)

Where does this boot arg slide=0 come from? Does Clover add this for boottime and then delete it from nvram?

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Question:

I use older 4222 and see  (using -v) that always uses an boot arg slide=0 is used. But all working.

That slide=0 is not in set as boot arg in config.plist. (And is not  listet in nvram after boot)

Where does this boot arg slide=0 come from? Does Clover add this for boottime and then delete it from nvram?

Clover calculates the obligatoriness of this arg and added it. But I am not sure as arg or also in NVRAM.

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@slice so now clover enables it also if it is not selected by user?

 

I just wondered, I thought it was obsolete  :angel:


also this automatic mandatory injection is possible to override for some parts?

 

I mean automatic choice of a fakecpuid or some kernel patches in case of unsupported CPU?

Clover calculates the obligatoriness of this arg and added it. But I am not sure as arg or also in NVRAM.

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I just wondered, I thought it was obsolete  :angel:

Since Clover do it automatically.

 

@slice so now clover enables it also if it is not selected by user?

 

also this automatic mandatory injection is possible to override for some parts?

 

I mean automatic choice of a fakecpuid or some kernel patches in case of unsupported CPU?

some kernel patches yes.

fakecpuid no.

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Thank you for clarification

 

so my cpu needs of 0x40674 fakecpuid

clover detects it and choose right kernel patches after or if this fakecpuid is detected?

 

So it is behave in similar way if ie I have a i7 6950x or a E5 - 2696 v4 (xeon)

 

I am asking because with some clover version I had after login a reboot I ever  have had not before with ie clover 4081 release or 4049...whit this I have had a set of kernel fix or only a kext fix like brumbaer 5960x patch which produce a near perfect system (in daily use no reboots @all)

It is difficult to debug because clover changes, system changes (from Sierra to high) and this behavior happens very rarely in my rig

so excluding some automatic patching or to have a old clover release working with High Sierra could help

 

 

Since Clover do it automatically.

 

some kernel patches yes.

fakecpuid no.

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Thank you for clarification

 

so my cpu needs of 0x40674 fakecpuid

clover detects it and choose right kernel patches after or if this fakecpuid is detected?

 

So it is behave in similar way if ie I have a i7 6950x or a E5 - 2696 v4 (xeon)

 

I am asking because with some clover version I had after login a reboot I ever have had not before with ie clover 4081 release or 4049...whit this I have had a set of kernel fix or only a kext fix like brumbaer 5960x patch which produce a near perfect system (in daily use no reboots @all)

It is difficult to debug because clover changes, system changes (from Sierra to high) and this behavior happens very rarely in my rig

so excluding some automatic patching or to have a old clover release working with High Sierra could help

I would second that - we need a way to disable automatic patching for Broadwell-E, because it is not perfect. If I had the time I would propose fixes for inclusion in the code but right now I can't so am being forced to stick to older versions or build my own suitably modified which is not ideal. It seems there are multiple users who have same need.

 

 

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I would second that - we need a way to disable automatic patching for Broadwell-E, because it is not perfect. If I had the time I would propose fixes for inclusion in the code but right now I can't so am being forced to stick to older versions or build my own suitably modified which is not ideal. It seems there are multiple users who have same need.

 

 

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		<key>KernelPm</key>
		<false/>

Will it help you?

 

@Sherlocks

Is the any Broadwell patch that can't be switched off from config?

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<key>KernelPm</key>		<false/>
Will it help you?

 

@Sherlocks

Is the any Broadwell patch that can't be switched off from config?

Yes. I mentioned this problem before when auto patch start r4134 over build.

 

Now, we have no choice to disable autopatch. Also user can't debug system problem correctly.

Broadwell and other xcpm patch "not perfect". Consider various facts(bios setting, msr on each motherboard) for stable system. This is not cover all system. Users check each patch for their system. I mentioned this status long time ago to apianti and syscl. But not accept it.

 

At least, need oppertunity to use fakecpuid feature and kernel patch on pure kernel for unsupport cpu's user. But now clover doesnt have.

 

So now fabiosun,alfaSZ reported oppertunity that i mentioned above.

 

My opinion, at least, autopatch disable option.

 

Thanks

 

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@Sherlocks Grazie! :-)

 

Could it be possible to use a your commits (I think 4081) with high Sierra?

For simple user as I am often it is difficult to explain problem to help coder in they efforts..but ie in this thread:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/316516-macos-sierrahigh-sierra-on-broadwell-eep-not-a-guide-but-maybe-a-working-in-progress/page-1

with previous clover without auto patch functionality I can try all that solution..which were fully working for different people

with auto patch simple user do not know which patches are on or less..

The only problem was to find exact new kernel location if OSX kernel changed.

 

Thank you

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@Sherlocks Grazie! :-)

 

Could it be possible to use a your commits (I think 4081) with high Sierra?

For simple user as I am often it is difficult to explain problem to help coder in they efforts..but ie in this thread:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/316516-macos-sierrahigh-sierra-on-broadwell-eep-not-a-guide-but-maybe-a-working-in-progress/page-1

with previous clover without auto patch functionality I can try all that solution..which were fully working for different people

with auto patch simple user do not know which patches are on or less..

The only problem was to find exact new kernel location if OSX kernel changed.

 

Thank you

i prefer to use manual patch for kernel. Now, sorry i can't. Already suggested it before. But not accepted autopatch disable option. I don't have permission above. Reason that i mentioned. Maybe Slice can.

 

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i prefer to use manual patch for kernel. Now, sorry i can't. Already suggested it before. But not accepted autopatch disable option. I don't have permission above. Reason that i mentioned. Maybe Slice can.

 

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Maybe you missed an old post where apianti said to a my request to ask @sys and@Sherlocks if I find I repost it

in my case was perfect 4081 release with previous OSX but it seems to have problem with High Sierra.I will try again

thank you again 

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      Gigabyte GA-P55-USB3 motherboard: P55 chipset, 1156 socket, ALC892 audio, Gigabit RTL8111D network, DDR3 RAM Intel Core i5-750 processor for socket 1156: 4 cores, 8MB cache, clock rate 2.66 GHz Fenvi FV-T919 wireless + Bluetooth card: PCI-Express, wifi is ac type, detected by macOS as Airport and Apple Bluetooth Radeon RX 580 8 GB graphics card: works OOB but with a few details to be considered, it has its own article.  
      Previous requirements
      Install macOS Catalina app in /Applications folder USB flash drive with at least 16GB prepared from Disk Utility with MBR partition scheme and formatted as Mac Os Plus (on older Gigabyte boards like mine, USB sticks partitioned with GUID scheme instead of MBR usually hang the system when booting) Recent version of Clover (I have used r5117) Recent versions of Lilu (at least 1.4.4) and WhateverGreen (at least 1.3.9) to fine-tune the behavior of the graphics card Recent version of RealtekRTL8111 (I have used 2.2.2) FaceSMC version 6.26-322 (newer versions disable automatic mounting of USB devices on my system).  
      Create install USB
      Run this command from Terminal (assuming the target device is called USB):
      Bash: sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Catalina.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/USB /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Catalina.app
      Clover must be installed on the USB memory, I choose the following options:
      Bootloader > Install boot0af on the MBR CloverEFi > CloverEFI 64-bit SATA BIOS Drivers, 64 bit > Recommended drivers > FSInject + SMCHelper + XhciDxe BIOS Drivers, 64 bit > File System drivers > ApfsDriverLoader Install RC scripts on selected volume Optional RC scripts > Disable sleep proxy client.  
      You have to copy 4 kexts to the EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other folder of the USB device: FaceSMC 6.26-322, Lilu 1.4.4, WhateverGreen 1.3.9 and RealtekRTL8111 2.2.2. Regarding the config.plist file, the most significant is:
      Boot > kext-dev-mode = 1 in Boot arguments GUI > Theme embedded, EmbeddedThemeType Dark, Screen Resolution 1920x1080, Preboot in Hide Volume Graphics > blank, nothing is checked except if foxbox solution is used to have more than 2 connectors enabled RT Variables > 0x28 in BooterConfig and 0x67 in CsrActiveConfig SMBios > iMac14,2 Sytem Parameters> Yes in Inject Kexts and check Inject System ID.  
      Install macOS Catalina

      Boot from the USB device and choose Install macOS from Install macOS Catalina. The installation program runs until the PC restarts. Here choose Install macOS from HDD (the name of the volume you are installing macOS on). With RX 580 graphics card, the screen goes black in this second phase of the installation, it is a phase in which the user has nothing to do until the PC is restarted so you can let it work until the Clover menu again. You have to choose Boot macOS from HDDto boot the installed system from the hard disk, the screen is recovered and you can configure the account and the initial options. From this moment the screen works fine.

      In summary:
      Boot from USB > Clover menu > Install macOS from Install macOS Catalina > screen works fine Boot from USB > Clover menu > Install macOS from HDD > black screen Boot from USB > Clover menu > Boot macOS from HDD > screen works fine.  
      Install Clover and kexts on the hard drive

      Clover needs to be installed on the disk where we just installed macOS. Options are the same as when installing it on the USB memory. You also have to copy the 4 kexts (FaceSMC 6.26-322, Lilu 1.4.4, WhateverGreen 1.3.9 and RealtekRTL8111 2.2.2) into the EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other folder on the EFI partition of the disk. And review the config.plist file remembering the comments for the USB.

      If everything goes well, the computer starts from the hard disk with a running copy of macOS Catalina.
       
       

    • By miliuco
      Radeon RX 580 8 GB graphics card on macOS High Sierra (as of 10.13.6), Mojave and Catalina on the P55-USB3 board: excellent performance with acceleration (Metal) OOB, no need for drivers (kexts), with 3 drawbacks, one has to do with the boot of the operating system (a solution is proposed), another with the number of rear connectors enabled (a solution is proposed) and another that only affects to one phase of the Mojave or Catalina installation (without clear solution for now).

      I have placed the XFX AMD Radeon RX-580 P8DFD6 8GB Triple X Edition GDDR5, 256BIT, DVI + HDMI + 3DP graphics card on a 10 year old motherboard (Gigabyte P55-USB3) in order to update the hackintosh to 10.14 Mojave and 10.15 Catalina because the card that I have used in past years, Nvidia Geforce GTX 750 1GB, has stopped working after 10.13.6 High Sierra since this was the last version for which Nvidia published the alternate web drivers that were necessary for the card to work well with graphic acceleration.

      The new RX 580 card needs considerably more space than the old one although it fits perfectly in an ATX case, and requires an additional power connector. It has 2 big fans that most of the time are stopped, at least in my case. In macOS it works perfectly, even with Metal acceleration, without additional drivers and without extra settings in Clover. But it has drawbacks that I comment below.

      Alterations during startup

      During the boot of the operating system, when the screen goes from the basic driver to the AMD driver, 2 artifacts appear randomly, they are very short in duration (from one to a few seconds):
      Very short flashing white screen that may or may not be accompanied by purple lines The fans runs for a few seconds (the noise is clearly audible). This behavior is solved with the installation of 2 kexts, Lilu and WhateverGreen. Lilu is an extension created by acidantheraand vit9696 among others whose function is to help to patch kexts, processes and libraries during macOS boot. It is accompanied by specific plugins for the task required, for example WhateverGreen that injects necessary patches for certain AMD, Intel and Nvidia graphics cards. It is mandatory to have both extensions together, one of them separately does not correct the problem.
      I have installed Lilu 1.4.4 and WhateverGreen 1.3.9 in the EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other folder of the EFI partition and artifacts have disappeared. Remember that these 2 extensions are not necessary for the card to work properly, if you tolerate those very brief distortions of the screen or the noise of the fans running for a few seconds, you can live without Lilu and WhateverGreen.

      Note: authors recommend that when using Lilu and WhateverGreen with Radeon cards, NO graphic settings have to be added to Clover (Inject ATI, etc.).

      Note: these alterations, especially the brief white screen and less frequently purple lines and fan noise, are also seen in Windows and some real Macs with the same card.

      Alteration during macOS installation

      Boot from USB > Clover menu > Install macOS from Install macOS Catalina > screen works fine
      Boot from USB > Clover menu > Install macOS from MacintoshHD > black screen
      Booting from USB > Clover menu > Boot macOS from MacintoshHD > screen works fine.

      In the first and third stages, screen works fine. In the second stage the screen goes black although the installation continues. The user has nothing to do at this moment so you can leave the PC working until the Clover menu is shown again, the screen is recovered, the initial account options can be configured and you can enter into the newly installed system with correct resolution and acceleration.
      This behavior is not corrected even by placing Lilu and WhateverGreen into the USB device. At least in my case I have not found a solution for it. Yo can install macOS perfectly with that drawback of not seeing how it progresses during the second phase of the installation.

      Only 2 connectors of the 5 available work

      This card has 3 Display Port (DP) ports, 1 HDMI port and 1 DVI port. In my case, only 2 DP work, those that are further from the HDMI connector. It is enough if you use a single monitor or 2 monitors that can be connected by DP. But if you want to have 3 or more connected devices or some of them only have HDMI, it is necessary to enable the 5 connectors or at least 4 of them since the DVI is obsolete and does not allow resolutions as high as DP and HDMI.
      User foxbox has proposed a solution in a thread titled [Solved] Sapphire RX 580 Nitro + SE | black screen on HDMI and DVI. Must inject from Clover a modification to the Orinoco framebuffer (which is used in the RX 580 card) so that the 5 connectors lack a fixedly assigned address and, instead, receive it dynamically. This change is made from the KextsToPatch section of Clover. Read the post from foxbox.
      This has to be accompanied by 3 changes in the Graphics section of Clover: Orinoco in FB Name / Inject ATI / 5 in Video Ports. I have tested this solution in macOS Catalina and it effectively enables the 5 ports of the card but, since I only use 1 monitor, I have removed it and I am with Lilu and WhateverGreen.
       

    • By zazman
      Bonjour,
       
      Je rencontre un souci depuis la dernière maj supplémentaire catalina 10.15.4, même chose pour la 10.15.5 aujourd'hui : après le début de l'update, lorsque le pc redémarre, je ne vois pas le volume d'installation dans les volumes de l'écran de boot clover (v5118). j'ai juste Preboot dans les volumes cachés au démarrage, et j'ai essayé de les afficher, le préboot de l'install apparait bien mais le boot n'aboutit jamais par ce biais. du coup, je suis bloqué en 10.15.4. Auriez-vous une idée du problème ?
    • By y010204025
      Perhaps it was the first NEC (Lenovo) Lavie Z HZ550 to install hackintosh. I hope more people who like Lavie Z series can experience Hackintosh at HZ550. She is really great.
       
      I found HZ550 & HZ750 on the Chinese website, which is amazing. It weighs only 790g, 13.3 inches, and the standard 2k screen, which is too attractive to me. I am a Hackintosh enthusiast. I think HZ550 or HZ750 with MacOS is the best Unfortunately, the Lavie Z series is not listed in China, only exists in the Japanese and American markets, and in the Japanese market is the NEC brand, while the American market uses the Lenovo logo.
       
      Fortunately, I got an HZ550 from Taobao. Yes, not HZ750. In comparison, HZ750 has more touch screens and 360 ° flip. These are hard to attract me. More importantly, HZ750 is about 200g heavier than HZ550 That's why I chose HZ550. Well, because he is only 2,000 RMB.
       
      The specific introduction can refer to NEC Japan official website:http://nec-lavie.jp/products/hz13b/
       
      The HZ550 hardware list I obtained:
                                    
                       -/+:.          ningnan@ningnandeMacBook-Air
                      :++++.          OS: 64bit Mac OS X 10.15.5 19F96
                     /+++/.           Kernel: x86_64 Darwin 19.5.0
             .:-::- .+/:-``.::-       Uptime: 19m
          .:/++++++/::::/++++++/:`    Packages: 1
        .:///////////////////////:`   Shell: zsh 5.7.1
        ////////////////////////`     Resolution: 3840x2160
       -+++++++++++++++++++++++`      DE: Aqua
       /++++++++++++++++++++++/       WM: Quartz Compositor
       /sssssssssssssssssssssss.      WM Theme: Blue (Dark)
       :ssssssssssssssssssssssss-     Disk: 11G / 108G (12%)
        osssssssssssssssssssssssso/`  CPU: Intel Core i7-5500U @ 2.40GHz
        `syyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy+`  GPU: Intel Iris Graphics 6100
         `ossssssssssssssssssssss/    RAM: 4376MiB / 8192MiB
           :ooooooooooooooooooo+.    
            `:+oo+/:-..-:/+o+/-     
       
       
      Advantages: small size, light weight, 2K screen, 8G memory, 512g SSD, keyboard feels good, and wireless network card can be replaced, which is unimaginable in today's thin and light books.
      Disadvantages: The sound is small, almost the same as the mosquitoes.
       
      Ok, bragging is over!
      In order to use the wireless network, I changed the wireless network card from inter 7265 to BCM94352ZAE. Some people called it DW1560. It is uncomfortable that in China, this card and his elder brother DW1830 were hyped to a high price of 480RMB. of. Fortunately, I bought it early, and this card is also very stable under win10, and there is no high delay and outage. The hard disk should be PM951 of Samsung, not PM981, which is lucky.   Before installing Hackintosh: You need to prepare a 16G U disk, SanDisk is not a rough choice for making MacOS installation disk, I used the latest MacOS Catalina 10.15.5, got config.plist from Rehabman, and put together an EFI, the latest version of clover and kext drivers. Thanks to Rehabman and the developers of the Black Apple community. I do n’t like that OC team very much.
      Make an installation disk: If you have a computer running MacOS, you can use the command line to make it, if you do n’t have a computer running MacOS, you can try VMware, I know that the insanelymac forum allows discussion, or use ether to write the image to U disk, use the EFI I provided to boot into the installation process.   BIOS setting: Press F12 at boot to enter the BIOS settings, Tab switches to "Security-Secure boot", set to "DISable", this is what we need, and switch to "Boot -Boot devices", set the U disk as the first boot item You can directly enter the clover guide interface, please follow it for google it.
      It is worth noting that the remaining space of your EFI partition needs to be greater than 200M, otherwise, the disk format will be wrong. In addition, the format partition format is APFS, do not choose to encrypt, your data is not valuable, at least you must have this awareness of Hackintosh, the file safe is also the same, do not enable, do not use to find your mac, otherwise, change the machine, OK .   Fortunately, no additional ssdt patch is required. All the patch functions are implemented through clover. The flat Apple is turned on. This is to solve the problem of the flower screen. You can find a solution yourself.
      Experience your black apple, this will bring a better experience than MacBook Pro. EFI_HZ550.zip
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