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I have a H110M-H also with the gtx 750 ti, can I use the same files?

no

other mobo, other bios, other bios version

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can't use this path to my decktop Main Gigabyte H110m_S2PV + CPU Core i3 Skylake 6100 3.7Ghz + DDRAM 4 Kington 4gb bus 2133 + VGA ASUS Geforce 210 1Gb + LAN Realtek RLT8111 + Sound ACL887

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can't use this path to my decktop Main Gigabyte H110m_S2PV + CPU Core i3 Skylake 6100 3.7Ghz + DDRAM 4 Kington 4gb bus 2133 + VGA ASUS Geforce 210 1Gb + LAN Realtek RLT8111 + Sound ACL887

folder yes, dsdt no

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Hello... 

 

First of all, sorry for my poor english. :)

 

I am trying to install High Sierra on this motherboard, with 8GB of RAM, an Intenso SSD, and i5 7400. Touching several options of ##### (-disablegfxfirmware and USB ownership), I could install MacOS succesfully. I've booted fine, and tried to finish installation with #####

 

Since then, It's impossible to boot, with the Clover pendrive nor SSD. Allways I obtain a reboot (MACH Reboot) or hang. No way. I've tried ALL options. I have replaced CLOVER folder in SSD and pendrive with the posted here. No luck. :(

 

Any clue? 

 

Thanks a lot.

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Hello... 

 

First of all, sorry for my poor english. :)

 

I am trying to install High Sierra on this motherboard, with 8GB of RAM, an Intenso SSD, and i5 7400. Touching several options of ##### (-disablegfxfirmware and USB ownership), I could install MacOS succesfully. I've booted fine, and tried to finish installation with #####

 

Since then, It's impossible to boot, with the Clover pendrive nor SSD. Allways I obtain a reboot (MACH Reboot) or hang. No way. I've tried ALL options. I have replaced CLOVER folder in SSD and pendrive with the posted here. No luck. :(

 

Any clue? 

 

Thanks a lot.

u use intel GPU?

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I`ve tried both, integrated and external RX580. Same result. 

 

Anyway, I will change my mainboard tomorrow. I have bought an MSI Z270 GAMING PRO CARBON. I will try this. 

 

Thanks a lot. 

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boot with usb stick and send me files

-Post ur full Clover folder with original tables, press F4 in Clover Boot Screen, files generate in Clover/Acpi/origin
-Post Ioreg, extract with Ioreg Explorer
-Run it, post files generate in ur desktop
 
up here if u have problem

 

Please help me DSDT main Gigabyte  H110M-S2PV run macos Sierra 10.12.6 + High Sierra 10.13.2

 

http://www23.zippyshare.com/v/4C5cRhmC/file.html

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