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Hi all, so this is my plan. First I have already copied my entire windows 10 drive on to anouther hard drive(hard drive 2)

 

1. Wipe hard drive 1 (internal hard drive)

2. Install Sierra on it

3. Install clover on it also

4. Partition space for windows in disk utility

5. Boot usb partition manager and copy windows C: partition back to hard drive 1.

 

Is there any thing wrong with this?

 

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Thank you so much Mald0n for your help, I deleted my Clover folder replacing it with yours, the audio still does not work,the graphics work on a single monitor. sleep mode not work because the system reboot.

How could I fix it?

what ur audio codec?

Hi, Mald0n, i confused where i want to post this as i want your help on building DSDT for my system.

  • Gigabyte GA-H110M-Gaming 3
  • i7-7700k
  • MSI RX 580 8GB

Everything is worked as expected, but having good DSDT would be a great addition for my system :P here's all required files

Thankyou :)

send me files, check first post

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Hey MaLd0n is there anyway to install OSX beside Windows without deleting windows? Or is there a sure way to backup windows and then restore it after installing OSX?

 

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i think yes, check forum search, have many good tutorials about it

i dont use two systems in same HDD/SSD

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what ur audio codec?
Hi MaLd0n, my audio codec is Realtek ALC S1220A in config.plist devices audio/inject I tried different ID for S1220A=7,1,2,5 etc.

I have update AppleAlc to last version but not work.

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I finally got it working using this fix. Thanks tho.

 

AHCI is of course needed. But that is standard for every mac OSX/ macOS installation since forever. I guess you skipped some tutorials before installing for the first time ;)

Glad that it works now though

Hey MaLd0n is there anyway to install OSX beside Windows without deleting windows? Or is there a sure way to backup windows and then restore it after installing OSX?

create a new partition on your windows hard drive, install macOS on that partition. Select your installation from the clover bootloader during boot.

There are tons of tutorials in this forum and online. You are quicker by just searching than posting here and waiting for answers to basic questions...

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what ur audio codec?

Hi MaLd0n, my audio codec is Realtek ALC S1220A in config.plist devices audio/inject I tried different ID for S1220A=7,1,2,5 etc.

I have update AppleAlc to last version but not work.

inject ids in clover, reboot and test

DSDT.aml.zip

i thought last night i have attach the file :P

here's my file compressed in one zip...

attachicon.gifrequested.zip

id 3 work for audio?

CLOVER.zip

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Hi MaLd0n with your last dsdt the audio works perfectly, I just modified in config.plist the audio-inject with 11.
Good job! Thanks for what you do!
 
It still does not work:
Graphics card is recognized but not work in multi-display, only the Display port works. HDMI and DVI are not working.

 

Sleep mode does not work because the system reboots

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Success! I an now dual booting Windows 10 and OSX Sierra without any flash drives or external drives! Now I just need to fix a couple graphic issues and try to fix Wi-Fi. Thank you all who helped!

 

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Hi MaLd0n with your last dsdt the audio works perfectly, I just modified in config.plist the audio-inject with 11.
Good job! Thanks for what you do!
 
It still does not work:
Graphics card is recognized but not work in multi-display, only the Display port works. HDMI and DVI are not working.

 

Sleep mode does not work because the system reboots

 

graphics card is a clover config

 

sleep, try a darkwake option in config.plist

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Hello MaLd0n,

Please help me with my DSDT/SSDTs. I have only tried Clover ACPI fixes..

 

- No webcam, midi, surround / multichannel, brightness hotkeys, no usb CP210x USB to UART Bridge Virtual COM Port (VCP) recognition

- Howto disable discrete graphics dual-GPU laptop for power saving since it¨s not supported ?, Native Power Management ?

- Get the right audio layout, not only built-in Line Output (2nd) etc. Just to name a few on my long wish list  :lol:

 

Hardware:

 

MSI GE72VR (MS-179B.3) 7RF 272NE Apache Pro (laptop) : Bios E179BIMS.309, EC-Firmware 179BEMS1.107

i7-7700HQ (4 Cores) / HM175

GeForce® GTX 1060 with 3GB GDDR5 1920x1080

32GB Crucial DDR4 2400MHz SODIMM

Samsung 960 EVO 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD & WD Blue 1TB 2.5" SATA SSD

Qualcomm Atheros Killer™ E2500 PCIe GBE

Broadcom BCM94352Z M.2/NGFF 802.11AC 867Mbps Bluetooth 4.0 WIFI (Ordered, not arrived)...)

Realtek ALC899 (ALC898! -GR ? ) 7.1+2ch DAC (Nahimic 360⁰ Audio Enhancer 2 , Dynaudio 2.1 Speakers; 4x 2W Speakers +1x 3W Subwoofer)

steelSeries PS/2 Keyboard

Synaptics PS/2 & SMBus Multi-Touch Touchpad

HL-DT-ST GUD0N SATA Int. DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM

1x HDMI 1.4 (4K @ 30Hz)

1x Mini DisplayPort 1.2

1x Headset ESS SABRE HiFi AMP + Gold Flash jacks (SPDIF)

1x Microphone jack

USB (1 USB Asmedia 3.1 Type-C • 2 USB 3.0 • 1 USB 2.0)

Realtek RTS5129 Card Reader (SD/​SDHC/​SDXC)

BisonCam, NB Pro Webcam HD type (30fps@720p) + Int. Mic

 

 

Clover v2.4k r4128 / macOS 10.12.6 (16G29) / MacBookPro13,3

 

 

 

Any help or clue would be much appreciated  :yes:

 

Attached are hopefully the files needed. Has added an additional F4 dump from Clover boot screen of my DSDT/SSDTs where nothing is marked under the ACPI tab in Clover Configurator Vibrant edition version 4.46.0

 

 

Thank you!

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Hello MaLd0n,

Please help me with my DSDT/SSDTs. I have only tried Clover ACPI fixes..

 

- No webcam, midi, surround / multichannel, brightness hotkeys, no usb CP210x USB to UART Bridge Virtual COM Port (VCP) recognition

- Howto disable discrete graphics dual-GPU laptop for power saving since it¨s not supported ?, Native Power Management ?

- Get the right audio layout, not only built-in Line Output (2nd) etc. Just to name a few on my long wish list :lol:

 

Hardware:

 

MSI GE72VR (MS-179B.3) 7RF 272NE Apache Pro (laptop) : Bios E179BIMS.309, EC-Firmware 179BEMS1.107

i7-7700HQ (4 Cores) / HM175

GeForce® GTX 1060 with 3GB GDDR5 1920x1080

32GB Crucial DDR4 2400MHz SODIMM

Samsung 960 EVO 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD & WD Blue 1TB 2.5" SATA SSD

Qualcomm Atheros Killer™ E2500 PCIe GBE

Broadcom BCM94352Z M.2/NGFF 802.11AC 867Mbps Bluetooth 4.0 WIFI (Ordered, not arrived)...)

Realtek ALC899 (ALC898! -GR ? ) 7.1+2ch DAC (Nahimic 360⁰ Audio Enhancer 2 , Dynaudio 2.1 Speakers; 4x 2W Speakers +1x 3W Subwoofer)

steelSeries PS/2 Keyboard

Synaptics PS/2 & SMBus Multi-Touch Touchpad

HL-DT-ST GUD0N SATA Int. DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM

1x HDMI 1.4 (4K @ 30Hz)

1x Mini DisplayPort 1.2

1x Headset ESS SABRE HiFi AMP + Gold Flash jacks (SPDIF)

1x Microphone jack

USB (1 USB Asmedia 3.1 Type-C • 2 USB 3.0 • 1 USB 2.0)

Realtek RTS5129 Card Reader (SD/​SDHC/​SDXC)

BisonCam, NB Pro Webcam HD type (30fps@720p) + Int. Mic

 

 

Clover v2.4k r4128 / macOS 10.12.6 (16G29) / MacBookPro13,3

 

 

 

Any help or clue would be much appreciated :yes:

 

 

Attached are hopefully the files needed. Has added an additional F4 dump from Clover boot screen of my DSDT/SSDTs where nothing is marked under the ACPI tab in Clover Configurator Vibrant edition version 4.46.0

 

 

Thank you!

need tests

in many cases, we need a native support, usb 3,1, card reader, etc ;)

CLOVER.zip

Hello MaLd0n,

 

Please help me out.

I installed High Sierra. I have only the intel hd 630. the gt710 gave me a black screen.

I hope you have all the files you need. For now I can live with the hd 630 if I can get it working fully.

 

TIA

- SMBIOS : iMac18,3
- KERNEL AND KEXT PATCHES : remove FakeCPUID
- DEVICES : Remove “Add Properties” for IntelGFX
- GRAPHICS : “ig-platform-id” changed to 0x59120000
- DEVICES : “Fake ID” for IntelGFX changed to 0x59128086
- BOOT : Add “-disablegfxfirmware” under Custom Flags

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need tests

in many cases, we need a native support, usb 3,1, card reader, etc ;)

attachicon.gifCLOVER.zip

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you very much MaLd0n, for DSDT and SSDT-DGPU :)

 

 

GeForce® GTX 1060 is turned off :yes:

 

Don't believe Bison Electronics Inc (Bison) BisonCam, NB Pro Webcam HD is with a microphone, so that microphone probably belongs to the Realtek ALC899 DAC as the rest of the audio equipment. What can I do to get the internal microphone working, audio out on all 5 speakers and preferably with output from the Internal Speakers output instead of Line Output (2nd)? :rolleyes:

 

Made a mistake :blush: when posting this in the 200 series forum, after receiving this email from MSI :

 

From: MSI OCSS <msihelp@msi.com>

Reply-To: "msihelp@msi.com" <msihelp@msi.com>

Date: Monday, 31 July 2017 at 02:34

 

Ticket:

Do I have 100 or 200 series motherboards?

 

Hello,

 

Your laptop is 100 series motherboard.

Your chipset is Intel® HM175.

 

Best regards,

MSI Notebook Technical Application Department

 

 

Will of course test more on USB, but it may be wrong to use the XHCI-200 Series-injector.kext on 100 series? :angel:

 

 

Thank you for super support :wink_anim:

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serie 100? remove XHCI-200-series-injector.kext ;) dont need

 

for mic/audio u need test other id ;)

Thank you for your quick reply :)

 

 

 

My ID´s shows this :

 

1 No internal microphone signal, audio on multiple stereo speakers, output --> LineOut (2nd)

2 No internal microphone signal, audio on front right stereo speakers, output --> LineOut (2nd)

3 No internal microphone signal, no audio

5 No internal microphone signal, no audio

7 No internal microphone signal, audio on multiple stereo speakers, output --> LineOut (2nd)

11 Internal microphone signal, audio on back left subwoofer speaker, output --> Internal Speakers

13 Internal microphone signal, no audio

28 No internal microphone signal, no audio

 

Guess I have to change DSDT layout-id from 1 to 11 and read about aggregate devices with Audio MIDI Setup ?

 

Laptop speaker layout and different audio codecs, have had sound all the time so which one do I have?

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Is a SSDT for power management on a laptop necessary? Having made one with Piker Alpha's ssdtPRG, tested with AppleIntelInfo to see if there are any differences with and without this SSDT, also compiled Intel's PowerGadget, with similarly erratic results.

 

Have read that with proper power management sleep function seems better, hope this does not complicate what you did with my DSDT?

 

Attached are the 2 compiled files as .zip

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is a 898, not 889

 

ill check it

Edited the DSDT, changed layout-id to 13, and display name of the PCI card to 898 assuming it was a typo since vendor and device ID where the same.

 

Thank You  :) 

 

 

 

Thanks, 
 
Used tiny SSDT method to inject HWPEnable & Piker's MSR 0xE2 lock patch, do you recommend adjusting X86PlatformPlugin ?

MacBookPro14,3 @ 3800 HWP/3900 HWP/4100 HWP

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