Hi guys. Just wanted to say this is my new favorite forum for mac hacks
I'm trying to get mojave to work, and using the guide's (moderator made, on the front page) clover folder I ALMOST got it! T.T
There's something still wrong tho. lol.
- Install to a HDD formated as case-sensitive APFS goes black at 2 minutes remaining. Is it supposed to fill the progress bar 100%? If so then I have a problem.
- Assuming the install went well, I tried to boot to "MacOS Prebooter" from clover screen and got that error.
I have a Z170m ASUS, awesome board. I'm sure it can be done. With Intel 6700k.
Latest clover. Guide's clover config!!
What do you guys think?
- mobo config problem
- other hardware thing (I have many harddrives connected?)
- clover config
- need some driver/kext
- something else
PS: I've tried upgrading with the App store download on a Sierra system to arrive in the same screen, with the same error.
I'll also spend some time today searching the forums. Just busy atm, and thanks for any help or tips!!
Hi. I'm currently on AppleALC.kext with layout ID 3. Clover's a boot argument contains alcid=3.
Case: Happens only in case of earphones.
Problem description: The sound is somewhat like an echo where I'm hardly able to hear the vocals of a song. And the music sounds as if it's being playing under water. I later went to audio devices and tried checking the checkbox shown in the image below. I did improve the sound and I was finally able to hear vocals of a song in a much better way, however, it still doesn't sound like a proper sound. Is there any more configuration that I need to make?
The reason I'm able to differentiate the bad and the good sound output is because on High Sierra, using AppleHDA patch, the sound worked fine using AppleHDA patcher.
Im new on this forum and hackintosh thing and got success on installing mojave on my PC.
But.. i have a trouble to get connected to internet through my TP Link dongle, anybody have to suffer this problem before?
La scorsa settimana ho aggiornato High Sierra a Mojave seguendo le rispettive guide per l' aggiornamento dei Kext all' interno della partizione EFI. Tutte le periferiche funzionano correttamente audio compreso ( di solito non parte al primo riavvio ), tranne la Vram della scheda grafica integrata in firma ( 7 MB riconosciuti). Premesso che:
- Ho aggiornato Lilu e aggiunto WhateverGreen nella cartella EFI/Clovers/Kexts/10.14 & EFI/Clovers/Kexts/Other
- Ho rimosso IntelGraphicsFixup & Shiki
- Ho rimosso Inject Intel con il relativo platform Id della scheda video ( era necessaria per High Sierra)
- Con Clover configurator ho aggiunto sotto Device -> Proprieties platform id, device id, Framebuffer-unifedmem ecc. ecc. ( Vedere config.plist in allegato)
Al boot mi esce il messaggio [IGPU] Failed to initialize graphics firmware e si blocca la schermata. Qualora dovessi mettere un FakeId o semplicemente fare da clover Inject Intel + Platform Id: 0x00001912 ( se metto il Platform giusto 0x19120000 mi da sempre il solito errore), il sistema ovviamente parte senza problemi ma con 7MB di VRam.
This is bothering me for a long time now: Why does Apple deliberately disables the the RX4xx, RX5xx capabilities to hardware encode HEVC and is using Intel Quicksync instead? Is it to make the iMacPro look better than it is? I stumbled over a thread at tony-mac where people are going a totally different road for Radeon graphics. Instead of hassling around with getting Quicksync to work, they proposed to activate the AMD hardware renderer for Polaris GPU's. I tried it out and it works...somewhat
I used a dummy kext from that tomato thread and edited it, so that it enables the AMDU7V4 IOGVACodec like on Vega cards, switched to iMacPro1,1 SMBIOS from iMac18,3, disabled the IGPU and the results were astonishing:
My 3:34min 4k50p film was rendered by FCP with HEVC in 2:34 minutes. Nearly half the time than with Quicksync! With the iMac18 SMBIOS and the "help" of Intel Quicksync it took FCP 4:41 minutes to get it done!
The problem is: As soon as the "wrong" IOGVACodec is enabled H.264 encoding leads to Mojave crashing at once (be it FCP, QuickTime or Videoproc). Watching H264 material is fine, though.
If anyone has any idea how to handle this, I would be very grateful. I would even accept Mojave using software encoding for H264 if I could keep this amazing speeds on HEVC!
BTW: Without IGPU on iMacPro1,1 SMBIOS no problem with DRM or iTunes, no need for Whatevergreen or Shiki. That is a bonus