I have successfully gotten my Hackintosh working 99 percent. The remaining issue that I am running into is that my system will randomly kernel panic upon a user issued shutdown or reboot WHEN I have either a usb sound card or usb headset plugged into any of my USB ports (both 2.0 and 3.0). If I remove the headset, it will power down with no issues. Does anyone have any suggestions?
My system is as follows: MacOS 10.14 Mojave Gigabyte H370 HD3 8400 i5 Coffee Lake Radeon RX 580 sound card
Use this folder for serie 100/200/300
reboot and extract one send_me for full dsdt patch by MaLd0n
I just upgraded to a vega 64 (sapphire 8 gb reference edition) from my 980 ti, to run mojave and overall have better performance in macOS, however I'm running into problems. I managed to get dual monitor working with lilu and whatevergreen, and even managed to stop my fans from simulating a helicopter with vgtab, no matter what I setup in vgtab in terms of the higher p clocks, and power target (tried between 40% and 100%) as soon as I start valley or heaven my pc just shuts down. On windows i can run both of them without problem, so it's not a PSU issue as I originaly thought.
The only progress I managed to "make" was by using RadeonVegaLowFansSpeed.kext which allowed me to run geekbench without crashing, but still crashes at valley/heaven.
I was mostly experimenting with just using the vgtab kext in kexts/other, initially I tried it with SSDT, and injecting it into the config.plist, but none of them seemed to make any difference, should I continue experimenting with those too or it should work as a kext too?
I attached my current EFI (I know it has 3 aptio fixes, my board is finicky with that, I'm also experimenting on that at the moment). Setup: msi x99a sli plus i7 5820k sapphire amd radeon vega 64 8 gb mojave 10.4.4
Anyone got any idea how can I make it run propely?
as the title indicates, i'm having a lot of trouble getting high sierra working on my pc
i created a 10.13 installer usb, booted into its installer through clover installed and even problemlessly transferred my files from my 10.12 install over to 10.13, but yet i can't boot into it
in the attached image you can see where precisely it locks up (it might be important to note that DSMOS never arrives during the boot sequence (or at least the part of the boot sequence that actually happens before it does locks up))
one thing i find weird is the fact that my 10.12 install (which is on another partition of the same drive that 10.13 is installed to) still boots with functioning sound despite me having completely removed applealc.kext from my clover install
my config.plist is here: https://drive.google.com/uc?id=1RjfaLZ9zqT-N12kZXbX26xvC0QzMSBSZ(putting it on google drive because this website apparently doesnt want me to upload config.plist files, god knows why)
i'm running clover 4297
intel core i7 3770
gigabyte geforce gtx 760
256gb sandisk ssd
2tb seagate sshd
750gb western digital
1tb western digital
i'm pretty much at my wit's end here so i'd be glad if anyone knew what the hell is going on
Hi, I install clean high sierra on SSD, the iconservicesagent keeps on bogging down the system while eating up all the memory in a few seconds and then filling up my OS drive (an SSD) with swap space. I can force quit it in Activity Monitor, and I need to do it several times, before I can use my Mac again.
I happen to internal and external hdd with custom icons in videos, there are not many system utilities ready for High Sierra, but deleting caches does not help anything.
The Finder works on the main disk, but upon entering another HDD the iconservicesagent starts to function and blocks the computer completely.
With the 27-inch iMac me the same happened, is a disaster!!
the solution they give me in apple care is to reinstall the system from 0, I have already done it 2 times and the problem persists, that you have made apple, you have no solution for this?
High Sierra disaster, with macos saw not the problem of ICONSERVICESAGENT