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Ok; reinstalled and configured my usb stick again; now I get a white screen and the system reboots. Just before the white screen, I took a screen shot....

 

Here it is for your inspection ;-)

 

I used clover 3330

 

 

Regards, Bart

 

 

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Yesterday, you have put fakesmc.kext and nvidia was loaded.

Sign may appear about cache.

Restart twice.

If still give error, boot without caches (-f)

 

In your last post.

Kernel cpu error, so missing fakesmc.kext

 

I can't help more.

 

This is legacy boot.

No uefi.

 

You may have bios issue (but i'm sure not)

Then load default bios setting and enable ahci.

 

I worked a few on my Dell,

So new patch will come in early 2016.

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Hi Guys; Great Progress ! I Built a USB Stick again and used Alesis's DSDT.aml and now I am looking at the installer screen of OS X El Capitan ! Great !!!  It does not recognise the keyboard, so I guess Dudu's kext files I have not processed correctly. Hooked up an USB keyboard; and that works. Let me see; or maybe you can help, how and where I put Dudu's kext files....

 

Am very happy the puzzle is almost solved  :rofl: !

 

Cheers Bart

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your boot issue is not a dsdt.aml issue.

 

compare the two clover config.plist and kexts.

 

it is normal to have to use an external keybord if you have no voodoops2.kext loaded.

 

happy you finally can install it.

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So Happy its going the right way; eve managed to install and make your kexts working with kext beast.

 

One more question; how do I make the Internal system boot properly now ? I only can start up if I have the usb key still inserted. If I run clover from the SSD, and boot thereafter, I get a panic screen....

 

 

B

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Install clover on Target disk (freshly installed)

And have the same config on it.

 

Add kexts to L/E or S/L/E

 

Reboot without usb.

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Hi Guys; Great Progress ! I Built a USB Stick again and used Alesis's DSDT.aml and now I am looking at the installer screen of OS X El Capitan ! Great !!!  It does not recognise the keyboard, so I guess Dudu's kext files I have not processed correctly. Hooked up an USB keyboard; and that works. Let me see; or maybe you can help, how and where I put Dudu's kext files....

 

Am very happy the puzzle is almost solved  :rofl: !

 

Cheers Bart

I am stuck at the same point that you were. I have the exact same system, with the same specs except i have 4gb of RAM. Should not matter. Anyway, I have followed all the settings and steps exactly and recreated the boot drive multiple times. I am unable to get past the wierd screen glitch on the GPU. 

 

I am using the config_duduclx.plist and i have the fakesmc.kext in the correct location. There are no files in /efi/clover/acpi/patched folder.

 

What am I missing? Please let me know what i can try and I will be more than willing to do it.

 

I forgot to add I am attempting to install El Capitan

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Hey, don't know if I should jump on this thread, or create a new one, so I'll keep this short and sweet.

 

I've got a E6410, and followed the steps right up to the 'post install', I put the USB pen in, F12, choose it to boot from, get 'welcome to clover 3330' get to the main screen, at the moment I have 'Happy New Year' on it, I have the Silver Apple with blue up arrow with 'Boot OS X Install from Install OS X El Capitan' I hit enter, I get the apple logo for a while, then a bar, which gets to just over half way, then I get the no entry sign.

 

Before I start delving further and breaking things. Anything I can try, or anything I need to provide to help me?

 

Thanks in advance.

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be sure to have this boot entry set in your clover config file:

- gux_defer_usb2
- nvda_drv=1
- kext-dev-mode=1
- rootless=0

- dart=0

 

and:

Copy fakeSMC.kext in /EFI/CLOVER/Kexts/Others

you may copy fakesmc.kext to /EFI/CLOVER/Kexts/10.11 and 10.10 too

 

and try.

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hi,

updated the guide.

 

changelog:

- changed dsdt patches

- changed clover config

- changed working/unworking information

- added package files

- added enable trim (el capitan)

 

still have to create the correct audio patch to use applehda + dummy kext + clover patch instead of voodoohda,

and then enable hdmi audio.

 

cheers

 

edit:

- added information about intel gma

- topic is no more a WIP

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Try add dart =0 and rootless boot option in clover config file.

Thanks for the info. I will try all the new updated steps and let you know how it worked out.

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Ok i followed and re-followed all the steps and i am unable to get it to boot El Capitan.

 

I made sure the fakesmc.kext is in /efi/clover/kexts/10.11  /efi/clover/kexts/10.10 and /efi/clover/kexts/other

 

I checked and checked and re-checked my config.plist and it is set as you recommend.

 

Dart and rootless are added to the config file.

 

I have tried using macbook pro 6,2 and macbook pro 8,2

 

If it is me overlooking something i am sorry, but i am trying to make sure i miss no steps.

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Hi Guys (and girls :-) ) ! Today I realised elcappitan fully booting and working on me  E6410.

 

Duduclx and Alesis; Many thanks for baring with me  :yes:  :yes:  :yes: !

 

Thank You!!!!

 

FYI; I installed as per guide, and also used the dsdt file from Alesis. 

 

Now it's time to fine tune.

 

Didclx; Hor do I patch the battery indicator you think ?

 

All the best from Holland,

 

Bart

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So I found this post  http://forum.osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8347-e6410-nvidia-el-capitan/#entry53247. 

 

It looks like the DSDT instructions that Dudu posted fixes this, but I need to do it before the El Captian install due to needing the USB port to install.

 

I have tried following the instructions for creating the patched DSDT, but i am never able to save it as an AML file. I always get an error at line 1.

 

To make sure I am doing this correct. I am opening Maciasl creating a new file and pasting the text into the blank field. Then attempting to save.

 

I am sure i am doing something incorrect. I am new to this. Please let me know what I need to do. 


Hi Guys (and girls :-) ) ! Today I realised elcappitan fully booting and working on me  E6410.

 

Duduclx and Alesis; Many thanks for baring with me  :yes:  :yes:  :yes: !

 

Thank You!!!!

 

FYI; I installed as per guide, and also used the dsdt file from Alesis. 

 

Now it's time to fine tune.

 

Didclx; Hor do I patch the battery indicator you think ?

 

All the best from Holland,

 

Bart

Where can i download Alesis dsdt. I googled it and I am unable to find it.

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rootless option/parameter has been defunct since ElCapitan DB5, so it's useless... You guys should now use the CsrActiveConfig + BooterConfig parameters under Rt Variables.

 

Arrandale CPU power management needs bootloader generation of C States and P States and vanilla AplleIntelCPUPowerManagement kext just like Core2Duo CPUs. FakeSMC kext tuned to your SMBIOS profile (SMC keys + smc-compatible) may improve CPU power management too.

 

You may refer to the technical info on the matter as detailed here.

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Thank you duduclx and Bartrap for helping me along with this project. 

 

I can finally say I am able to install El Capitan onto my Dell E6410 perfectly now.

 

Thanks to you two I have learned a lot during this project and feel confident on getting another non-apple machine up and running with OSX now.

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so why you couldn't load the usb installer ?

have you tried an other usb port ?

 

about the rootless option, i know that, but in the guide, the yosemite usb installer creation is mentionned, and the topic is also tagged with yosemite.

 

about boot options,

they seems to be needed only for the installer.

on installed mac, we can remove:

- gux_defer_usb2
- nvda_drv=1
- rootless=0

- dart=0

and just check:

- kext-dev-mode=1

 

may i have to change something on the guide to make it easier ?

(i used the same "template" for others guide, and just neebie had issue for starting)

 

hope you like your new mac os x computer !

still have to change the audio driver, and make test and workaround about dock station.

 

any of you use dock station ?

 

cheers

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I don't know what I'm doing wrong, started on a fresh USB, followed your instructions, still get just over on the bar under the apple logo and blank screen and a no-entry sign. I'm seeing two users above installing on their E6410, so I don't know what I'm doing wrong.

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peejaygee, did you install on a usb 2 stick (not usb 3) ? and for me it started to work in combination with Alesis DSDT.aml file....

 

Alesis ; Can you publish your DSDT.aml to share ?

 

 

Cheers,

 

Bart


Duduclx; It came to my attention, that all your kext files that you published work in the post install, except for the battery indicator kext. I keep on having a "No battery Available" indication.

 

I have installed 10.11.2 fyi.

 

Salut !

 

Bart

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peejaygee, did you install on a usb 2 stick (not usb 3) ? and for me it started to work in combination with Alesis DSDT.aml file....

 

Alesis ; Can you publish your DSDT.aml to share ?

 

 

Cheers,

 

Bart

Duduclx; It came to my attention, that all your kext files that you published work in the post install, except for the battery indicator kext. I keep on having a "No battery Available" indication.

 

I have installed 10.11.2 fyi.

 

Salut !

 

Bart

 

I believe it's a USB 2.0, but I was having doubts about the stick also, it's one of my larger capacities that is why I chose it.

 

Speed tests on the USB seem to show the USB2.0 speeds and Walmart sells it as a 2.0

 

http://www.walmart.com/ip/SanDisk-CZ60-64GB-USB-2.0-Flash-Drive/23350701

 

I'll await the DSDT.aml file (if it becomes available here or a url link) and then proceed to try another USB stick to see if it helps.

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Personnaly, i used usb3 stick on right port.

I didn't use dsdt to boot the usb installer.

All ports are usb2.

The left port is under a different "chipset".

 

@bart: which dsdt are you using ?

Share dsdt and clover.

Also, i have 10.11.2 too

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I have one questions, before I even try anything else, following all the instructions, using the right usb port and pen, etc.

 

All my creation, etc, has been done using VMWare and a 'Hackintosh' installed on that, will that actually work? as that 'might' be the root of all my problems. Does all this need to be done on a real mac?

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This is not a working guide for a virtual machine !!

Dsdt stuff and install process can't work on virtual environnement !!

You can use kexts, but not the rest !

 

You have to install it on a hard drive.

You can do dual boot if you want or swap disk.

 

My guide is only for metal installation on a dell e6410 computer !

 

If you want to install it as virtual machine, you can find how to but insanely mac and hackintosh are not supporting help for virtual system !

 

You can easily change the disk or remove the optical drive and insert a hard drive.

Be sure to have the right height of the adaptater.

It should be a slim (9mm) if my memory don't joke me.

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      Os problemas que encontrei ate agora foram.
      O que não funciona?
      WIFI
      AUDIO
      BRILHO DA TELA
      BLUETOOTH
      GERENCIAMENTO DE ENERGIA NAO SEI COMO SABER SE FUNCIONA
      GRAFICOS DEDICADOS NVIDEA 930M
       
       
      O QUE FUNCIONA?
      GRAFICOS INTEL
      TECLADO
      TRACKPAD
      TECLAS FN
      PLACA DE REDE
       
      AS DSDT E AS SSDT?
      Nao sei como fazer para esse modelo mais ja extrai as originais mais nao sei quais arquivos usar e quais pachs ativar,
      alguém poderia me ajudar a terminar esse hack por favor. Desde ja obrigado.




    • By Aldaro
      Gigabyte, in their infinite wisdom, decided to remove the option to disable serial ports, and not being able to do so has been causing me some problems. I know that I have to either use a patch in clover, or create a custom SSDT to disable super I/O, but I honestly do not know how to go about doing this. One of the weirder problems I'm experiencing is the inability to connect to Apple Music (error 11556) unless I go into my network settings, and delete my serial connection. If anyone could help me out with this, that'd be greatly appreciated; anyway, thank you for taking the time to read this.
       
      SPECS:
      Mobo GIGABYTE Z390 M GAMING (UEFI F8)
      CPU: i5 9600k
      RAM: 32GB DDR4 @ 2666 Mhz
      GPU: AMD Radeon RX 580 w/ 8GB of VRAM (MSI armor oc edition)
      Storage Samsung 970 evo 500GB
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