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I can go to sleep, but not wake up. I can shutdown, but it take a bit of time (weird).

 

I used to run the same OS version with same SSD on a Z97X with i7 4790K without issue. I know 7700K is not yet release and support by Apple but everything else is fully working with i7 7700K, as it as previously on my 4790K.

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full work kabylake

no problem

 

what u use for install, what app put kexts null etc?

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full work kabylake

no problem

 

what u use for install, what app put kexts null etc?

 

I install hackintosh with Clover on UEFI with initial configuration based on Z97 & i7 4790K on SSD. Then I just migrated tu update with i7 7700K and Z270.

The werid thing is that with my files, everything work just fine without problem. With the files you provided to me, there is some problem. Maybe I should just switch back to my file.

Initially, I came here to have a DSDT file  :)

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Nothing problem

I use onyl fresh install, DSDT, SSDT Pike and essencial kexts.

i dont use ur method, changed hardware

Go back to your old files, have a medium system, but sleep working. 90% use it ;)

Good Luck

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Nothing problem

I use onyl fresh install, DSDT, SSDT Pike and essencial kexts.

i dont use ur method, changed hardware

Go back to your old files, have a medium system, but sleep working. 90% use it ;)

Good Luck

Thank you for your help ! :)

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Hi Mald0n,

 

I have similar  rig with tstc, GA-Z270X-UD5, 7700K, GTX1070, can I use DSDT as below?

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/321872-guide-sierra-on-mobos-serie-200-kabylake-dsdt/?p=2406992

 

I follow http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/323370-gb-z270x-aorus-gaming-5-i7-7700k-gtx-1070-working-perfect/

and work fine with that DSDT, just update ALC1220, but ethernet not work , should I change?

 

 


Hi Mald0n,

 

I have similar  rig with tstc, GA-Z270X-UD5, 7700K, GTX1070, can I use DSDT as below?

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/321872-guide-sierra-on-mobos-serie-200-kabylake-dsdt/?p=2406992

 

I follow http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/323370-gb-z270x-aorus-gaming-5-i7-7700k-gtx-1070-working-perfect/

and work fine with that DSDT, just update ALC1220, but ethernet not work , should I change?

 

 

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Dont use dsdt from other MotherBoard model, only same model.

 

Ppst ur files here with original tables, extract with f4 in Clover boot screen.

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I plugin the cable into RJ-45 port, a green light and a orange light show. Thus, I think my cable is no problem.

 

What kind of config can I concern?

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Gigabyte GA Z270 Gaming K3

try

CLOVER.zip

Still not make it work, just want to say thank you very much for the help!

Bro, check here

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/304235-intelmausiethernetkext-for-intel-onboard-lan/?p=2107186

try a new version with kabylake support

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Ethernet of Intel I219V2 can seen, but not work.

you are using an older version of the kext (2.2). try 2.3

 

--> 200 Series (since V2.3.0d0)

  • I219LM
  • I219V

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hey MaLd0n would it be possible to send me the 200series dsdt patches needed to make a brand new dsdt??

We have the same mobo im using F7 bios and your dsdt gives me a lot of acpi errors on boot and hangs there.

Without custom dsdt Siera boots but i dont have proper device injection.I need to make a new DSDT.

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