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On 4/4/2018 at 8:21 AM, Baio77 said:

with those who need help

Here it is.
The problem I have now is that I have to choose a config.plist, actually I'm trying to create a brand new one using clover configurator but I don't know how to fill it. :/

I attached my computer specs also.

EFI folder.tiff

hardware_info.html

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Hi all,

 

I'm running my Arrandale based laptop (a souped up thinkpad T410 with an i7-640m cpu and 1440x900 display panel, running 10.13.3. I'm using a patched framebuffer from 10.10.x (or if it was 10.11.x) downloaded here and patched with giofridas tool (i.e dual-link and normal FB).

i have successfully been running this patched FB on El Cap, Sierra and now High Sierra.

But now, i sometimes get some sporadic "garbled" graphics when i for example watch a youtube video (and similar). The part of the screen that plays said video will show some odd mosaic-pattern momentarily. Normally, it looks ok, but as soon as anything video-related is playing, it gets weird.

Do anyone recognize this behaviour?

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Okay guys I followed the guide but there's a problem.
If I don't inject intel it just won't boot.
It gets stuck on

**** [IOBluetoothFamily][SearchForTransportEventTimeOutHandler] -- Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport!
ignored is_io_service_close(0x100000316, IOHIDParamUserClient)

What do I do?

Also, my /System/Library/Extensions folder is full of AppleIntelHDxxxx, should I remove all of them?
extensions_folder.tiff // a screenshot of the folder

Edited by rokenlacked

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Guys i was successfully able to fresh install High Sierra 10.13.4 on my Dell Inspiron n5010 with i3-370m processor and intel hd graphics.

After installing it my Laptop is running very hot and it sometimes auto shutdowns due to over heating.

Can anyone tell me what is going on ? Also sleep/wake is not working.

Can anyone tell me how to better the power management and make the sleep/wake work ?

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This is off-topic in this thread; please open a dedicated thread on this matter in the relevant section.

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Hello everybody. I got my Gateway NV59c fully working on High Sierra, but after 10.13.4 update I got black screen, I only can see trough screen sharing on my iMac, but I can fix to normal again... Everything works like a charm, except from this black screen and some sort of heating... any ideas???

 

Thank you!!! 

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Hello, every time you update MacOS you have to re-install the Kext x VGA intel 1st gen, you have to repeat the procedure as you have already done

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That or you place you install your patched kexts in /L/E and increase their versioning to something like 999 for instance or any other value that will supersede the vanilla ones. If you do that, the patched kexts will stayed cached and retain precedence over vanilla kexts even after a given version's update.

Of course, this assumes that the patched kexts can be kept from one version to the next. I believe this is the case within a given stream.

Edited by Hervé

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Good to know, but the kext for integrated VGA 1st gen I do not think falls into this type of kext ...

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11 hours ago, Baio77 said:

Hello, every time you update MacOS you have to re-install the Kext x VGA intel 1st gen, you have to repeat the procedure as you have already done

I already install the kexts into the EFI/Clover/Kexts/Other and also on S/L/E and L/E. as far I know, neither of three folders conflicts each other.

I think is a kind of Clover configuration, but I still can get it exactly... 
I let you my config.plist if somebody want and can help me... Thank you very much!

 

Screenshot 2018-04-17 15.25.31.png

config.plist

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This configplist NO good.
is really disgusting, Tony's tools ????
Download and install original OS from App.Store

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10 hours ago, Baio77 said:

This configplist NO good.
is really disgusting, Tony's tools ????
Download and install original OS from App.Store

I Installed everything without Tony tools, as this guide says. The problem then was, that when looking for Hda.kext I use a Tony tool to get it... Maybe that was my mistake... Thank you very much for your help. Proceed to do a clean install again... Report when done!

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On 4/18/2018 at 3:53 AM, Baio77 said:

This configplist NO good.
is really disgusting, Tony's tools ????
Download and install original OS from App.Store

On 4/18/2018 at 2:42 PM, irako said:

I Installed everything without Tony tools, as this guide says. The problem then was, that when looking for Hda.kext I use a Tony tool to get it... Maybe that was my mistake... Thank you very much for your help. Proceed to do a clean install again... Report when done!

 

 

 

Install from fresh again. This time without Tony Tools, follow some guide in this topic. Install IntelHD kexts as usual in S/L/E and thats it.

Everything works again, except for backlight, I never could have this work, also got heating problem and when boots apple logo dissapears from like 5 seconds and then appear the login window... Any ideas on any of this????

 

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29 minutes ago, irako said:

 

 

Install from fresh again. This time without Tony Tools, follow some guide in this topic. Install IntelHD kexts as usual in S/L/E and thats it.

Everything works again, except for backlight, I never could have this work, also got heating problem and when boots apple logo dissapears from like 5 seconds and then appear the login window... Any ideas on any of this????

 

The brightness is NOT from Sierra, in my signature you find tools with which to give info on your system .....
Post Hack Info and the clover folder ......
Only in this way can I help you ......

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49 minutes ago, Baio77 said:

The brightness is NOT from Sierra, in my signature you find tools with which to give info on your system .....
Post Hack Info and the clover folder ......
Only in this way can I help you ......

 

Thank you Baio77.

Here is my CLOVER folder and the Hack info. 
 

 

 

For Some Reason I can't upload my CLOVER folder. But here you can download...
https://www.dropbox.com/s/vjprxs1idtj9pt7/CLOVER.zip?dl=0

 

 

Thank you again!!!

 

Screenshot 2018-04-23 23.14.38.png

HackInfo_Report.zip

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Test the configplist, copy the folder Other in place of yours, I have filtered the kext you need to your PC ...
You should extract ACPI tables from the clover GUI with F4 and post it ....
Before doing so, delete all the files you have in Clover Origin ......
We try to make this PC work like a real Macbookpro......
Post Photo DCPI manager  

Test.zip

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On 4/18/2018 at 3:53 AM, Baio77 said:

 

 

 

Hello Baio77. Here are my ACPI tables and DCPI Manager photo... Hope it's what you ask for!!!

 

Thank You very much!!!!

 

 

DumpLog.txt

Screenshot 2018-04-24 14.33.51.png

Screenshot 2018-04-24 14.34.07.png

ACPI.zip

Edited by irako

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So I'm back at it again. Just to recap my post back in 2015

 

I was attempting to Hackintosh my VAIO VPCEB3AFM to OS X Mavericks but it never worked out great on me and I gave up doing it. Then I decided to install macOS Sierra using an Olarila Image (which is 10.12.6)

 

Updated Specs:

Core i3-350m 2.2 GHz

4GB DDR3 RAM

320 GB HDD

 

I tried using the framebuffer for AppleIntelHDGraphicsFB.kext to my EFI/CLOVER/kext folder on my Mac HD but everytime I reboot to make it work it keeps showing distorted screen

 

I have Patch VBIOS enable on my Clover Config Plist File and also if I can't get it to work and change a framebuffer. I have to Inject Intel with 0x12345678

 

Note: If I had Patch VBIOS disabled and had the FB kext in S/L/E it would show white screen and thus never see the logon screen

 

I tried the macOS sierra Framebuffer (Normal, Normal IOPCI, Alternate, Alternative IOPCI, Alternate 2 and Alternate 2 IOPCI) as well as the Unmodified Framebuffer (Either Safe Mode Disabled or Enabled) and nothing ever works. I've been trying to get this machine working for a very long time and I had not the chance to use this machine to boot Hackintosh since 2012.  I was thinking if I should try the Legacy Framebuffer???

 

Everything else works: Audio, ACPI (Battery Status), Keyboard and Trackpad, Wi-Fi. Just the graphics is the biggest issue I've faced

(tried other OS'es - Mavericks, Yosemite) Nothing!! :(

 

Please help me out. This is stressful

 

 

 

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