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checkout our official site! https://twortech.wixsite.com/pcmac Version Info
This build is compatible up to Big Sur Beta
Now Compatible with macOS 11 Please leave feedback with issues or w/o Comitted to Updating up to OS 11 Latest Release Notes
Fixed Bluetooth and Wifi Stability Issues Improved Preformance and Power Managements Can Provide Files for Display Overrides Additional Patches for 4K Display updated for Big Sur if using unsupported wifi card disable it in bios use config.plist FIXED SLEEP WAKE BUG Exact same functionality as Catalina What Works / Does Not
Everything works minus in-built mic Some displays may be detected as 40hz (working on fix) Notes
Never tested USB C over Display Output, everything else works flawlessly USB devices eject on sleep (not really an issue) POST
run sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0 If no mouse, install all voodoo kexts using Kext Utility Description
This esentially an ultra-simplistic version that is stable without the use of a deploy or complicated file installations and copies. You can easily view all the SSDT patches along with configuration files for the bootloader as they are all documented clearly in the files. This does include a copy of Clover, which of course I do not contribute to and am only responsible for the provided files, patches, and kext placements This guide provides a working setup with little knowledge of the topic and without "optimization" (because often they can break things). But, it is fully functional and preforms properly and is stable Make sure you are using DW1560 for wifi or else KP. If not using remove BRCM kexts from CLOVER>kexts>other. BIOS Setup
Disable Secure Boot INSTALL (VERY IMPORTANT)
Due to structural changes in the setup of apple's Big sur, this EFI cannot boot the installer it can only boot into a system / device that has already been created and setup. To do this, you need to install Big Sur to a virtual machine (lots of guides online) and then create an dmg of that system, and restore it onto your HDD using the 'dd' command There are various guides online how to get this virtual machine setup complete. You can then use the attached EFI folder to boot and use macOS big Sur You can use this video to show you how to get your macOS pre-installed onto your hard drive https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMU3nhcbWHw Boot Entry Setup
Due to the fact this BIOS is locked down pretty heavily, reccomended to use Windows to find a free tool to add UEFI boot entries Messages and Facetime
Gnerate your own Serials, Board Numbers, MLB There are various guides online to do this and as default they're set to essentially Null (Fakeserial) This is fairly straightforward and there is lots of external recourses, or you can contact me for support. Headphones and Audio
All audio from speakers should work perfectly along with Bluetooth and USB audio no internal mic Credits
MaLd0n for DSDT Patches (HUGE SHOUTOUT) Original Kext Authors Clover Team Finished!
Congratulations, there really aren't any more steps that are required. Feel free to contact me with any questions. Donations
Send me a coffee/beer firstname.lastname@example.org
*check GitHub for latest releases and faster support https://github.com/tlefko/HP-Envy-13-Big-Sur
Use this thread to link / talk about of the future Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS High Sierra.
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I'm rather new to Hackintosh and trying my first build with OpenCore on AMD, but I run into issues causing OpenCore to crash before even loading the macOS installer. As I'm not sure which one is causing the crash, I'm trying to resolve all of them and one of the error messages has to do with WhateverGreen, which I was able to see in this slow-mo loading video. Basically I'm getting an error that I'm running an unsupported processor, even though I think I was following this guide by the step.
What could be causing this and what do I need to do to resolve it?
CPU: AMD Ryzen 2700X
MB: Gigabyte Aorus X470 Ultra Gaming
Memory: 4x8 GB HyperX Predator, 3000 MHz Cl15
Storage: Samsung Evo 970 Nvme 512 GB, Crucial MX500 500GB SATA
GPU: MSI Radeon RX580 GamingX 8GB
So I managed to get a Catalina 10.15 vm up and running in ESXi 6.7u2.
When I try to install Catalina updates, however, it goes to the Apple logo, status bar moving ever so slightly, reboots again and this time hangs on the Apple logo. To fix this, I either remove or disable "Mac OS" as an option in the bootloader. Is there a way to get these updates to install?
In the meantime...
I instead of restarting Catalina after choosing to update it, I shutdown the guest. After a restart it SEEMED to update with the time duration countdown.
Prior to this I did run disk utility and checked Untitled and Untitled-Data for errors (I don't think it found any).
So I just logged back onto the VM and the version is still 10.15 and NOT 10.15.2 as hoped. So weird.