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On 4/13/2019 at 12:32 PM, Rockey12 said:

give this a try the only usb part is patched

Patched DSDT only USB.zip

Hi Rockey, thank you for your help. This DSDT gives me the same KP. I think it has to do with my config.plist not liking the DSDT.

 

I am going to start over, at this point I need a fresh start. I will report back.

 

Thank you for your time.

 

 

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Hi everyone

I have a z800  with 10.12 6 sierra and i would like to update to mojave for test.

Can you help me i would like an Efi folder 

Thanks a lot

 

 

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Hi guys, I wonder if this workstation is still worth the price of around 500 €

1x HP Z600 Workstation CTO Chassis
1x NVIDIA NVS300 512MB PCIe Graphics Card(to exchange with mine rx580)
2x Intel Xeon X5675 6-Core 3.06GHz
1x 1TB 7.2K SATA HDD
6x 4GB Dual Rank PC3-10600

considering that with almost the same price i can take the new build with i7 9700k with 8gb of ram

the use will be video editing with fcpx and 3d maps rendering in windows

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https://www.ebay.de/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313.TR5.TRC2.A0.H0.TRS0&_nkw=HP+Z600+&_sacat=0

500 Euro is 2 much :thumbsdown_anim:

you can get it from ebay much cheaper 

 

off course you can still use the machine because the LGA 1366 is the king 

i am useing  fujitsu celsius r670 some  how around same configuration like  HP Z600  HPZ800

 

yesterday i have updated to the latest Developer Beta 4

 

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its  your choice  if you want to spend 500 Euro but if you have two much mony you can spend on me

 

 fujitsu celsius r670 i have spend only = 160 Euro

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1 minute ago, Rockey12 said:

its  your choice  if you want to spend 500 Euro but if you have two much mony you can spend on me

 

:) no I have not :) im thinking to upgrade my hakintos in sign beaucause i need it..so the base 6 core do not seems a good upgrade :(

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well there is a huge variety it's depend on you what do you really want but don,t forget the LGA 1366 is 10 years old

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i don't know for which purpose do you want to use the machine for 500 euro you can get HP Z820 from Ebay Germany

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On 6/14/2018 at 7:58 AM, kif.007 said:

Hi here are my files hoping that this can be useful.
Installation with Clover 4522.

10.14.zip

apfs.efi_10.14.zip

DSDT.aml

config.plist

https://www.dropbox.com/s/415vdq7i505opfw/EFI Z400 Mojave.zip?dl=0 folder EFI

 

 

I tried your packages for my Z400 but the installer wont even load, i constantly reboots the mashine.

 

 

My config 
HP Z400 

Xeon X5650 6core cpu 

32GB DRR3 non ECC ram 

Samsung 256GB 830 PRO SSD

32GB USB 2.0 drive Mojave installer created with 

[url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] 9.2

 

Can yoy help or shed some light on why this can be happening

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Hi 

I have a z800  with 10.13 6 high sierra and i would like to update to mojave for test.

 

my setup 

cpu 2 x 5670, 48gb ram, rx580 gpu 

 

Can you help me i would like an Efi folder 

Thanks a lot

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9 minutes ago, post6522 said:

Hi 

I have a z800  with 10.13 6 high sierra and i would like to update to mojave for test.

 

my setup 

cpu 2 x 5670, 48gb ram, rx580 gpu 

 

Can you help me i would like an Efi folder 

Thanks a lot

okay my advice to you creat new USB Pin drive with Latest Clover Version Install Mojave on separate partition give it a try

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6 hours ago, Rockey12 said:

i don't know for which purpose do you want to use the machine for 500 euro you can get HP Z820 from Ebay Germany

I don't want to spend 500€ , but the workstation I found good enough for update mine(without waste of money), was the one with the specs I write up..I  found others workstation cheapest, but with less ram and other cpu (2x 5650) and as you said this soket are 10 years old....Im thinking about stay with mine, and wait better time to update..tnks again

ps..the cheapest z820 from Germany are 649€+shipment :(

 

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10 minutes ago, freek said:

I don't want to spend 500€ , but the workstation I found good enough for update mine(without waste of money), was the one with the specs I write up..I  found others workstation cheapest, but with less ram and other cpu (2x 5650) and as you said this soket are 10 years old....Im thinking about stay with mine, and wait better time to update..tnks again

ps..the cheapest z820 from Germany are 649€+shipment :(

 

 

wish you good luck  :thumbsup_anim: 

any time when you some help i can help you 

adios amigos

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My z400 wont even boot the usb drive 

Have created a clean one on a new snadisk cruzer usb drive 16GB with [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] 

After that i tried the suppield dsdt file, still no go on booting 

tried the legacy boot loader

but still no booting 

 

Any one an idea what i can do

 

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On 12/1/2018 at 1:47 PM, robertr said:

So I have my Z800 (mobo in a Fractal Design XL case) running pretty well except for built in sound.

I'm really no expert in these things as I don't fiddle with it much, I just use my computer.

I installed the "Audio AppleHDA+other 2 kext.zip" files in S/L/E of my boot drive but nothing happens (I have audio enabled in bios).

Do I need some Clover config or something in addition?

I'm not using DSDT.

 

Mojave 10.14.1 and Clover 4784

Z800 with 2x Xeon X5690 CPU's
96 GB RAM

Samsung SSD 950 PRO boot drive

Radeon RX 580

Firewire, USB, Ethernet, etc all working.

can you please share the  DSDT config and files

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On 5/24/2019 at 1:10 PM, PPCnostalgic said:

jaymac. Is Mac OS X 10.14.5  your only HD into your Z400? Do you experience random boot failures? (stuck at Apple logo and forced restart)SystemInfo.jpg.3b3131815255aa052d089254ec10013f.jpg

I have 5 hard drives including two with Mojave. I have Win10 on one drive. I dual boot. Every install since High Sierra has been problem free. I only have to install an older kext to get my WiFi to work. Even power stepping works. I do not use NullCPU. SMBIOS is IMac 13,2

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On 5/24/2019 at 1:10 PM, PPCnostalgic said:

jaymac. Is Mac OS X 10.14.5  your only HD into your Z400? Do you experience random boot failures? (stuck at Apple logo and forced restart)SystemInfo.jpg.3b3131815255aa052d089254ec10013f.jpg

I have 5 hard drives including two with Mojave. I have Win10 on one drive. I dual boot. Every install since High Sierra has been problem free. I only have to install an older kext to get my WiFi to work. Even power stepping works. I do not use NullCPU

Other.zip

ssdt.aml.zip

DSDT.aml.zip

config.plist.zip

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Jaymac. Thank you very much for sharing your files. I've just made an USB Clover stick with your settings and kexts, I couldn't use your SSDT because I have a different cpu but I'm looking forward to check out my machine with those files. I'll leave the USB plugged in my Z400 for somedays and see what happen, I hope to get rid of my random boot failures with Mojave stuck at Apple logo....

BTW I too had to install old Atheros kext to make my WiFi card work and it did work but the machine didn't sleep. Now I'm using Ethernet cable and sleep works, although if Apple Mail is launched sleep doesnt' work....

Does sleep work on your Z400 with WiFi card and Mail launched?

Again thank you for your support!

 

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23 hours ago, PPCnostalgic said:

Jaymac. Thank you very much for sharing your files. I've just made an USB Clover stick with your settings and kexts, I couldn't use your SSDT because I have a different cpu but I'm looking forward to check out my machine with those files. I'll leave the USB plugged in my Z400 for somedays and see what happen, I hope to get rid of my random boot failures with Mojave stuck at Apple logo....

BTW I too had to install old Atheros kext to make my WiFi card work and it did work but the machine didn't sleep. Now I'm using Ethernet cable and sleep works, although if Apple Mail is launched sleep doesnt' work....

Does sleep work on your Z400 with WiFi card and Mail launched?

Again thank you for your support!

 

My WiFi card is a TP-LINK TL-WN881ND. Kext is old ver. of I08211.Family.kext. I am unaware of anything that does not function. Sleep works with WiFi or cable. Do you mean mail or IMessage? I probably have some unnecessary kexts, but am leaving well alone.

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