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Enviado de meu ASUS_Z017DC usando Tapatalk

Have you already tried osxaptiofix2drv instead of osxaptiofixdrv?

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Nehalem, SandyBridge, IvyBridge, Haswell, Broadwell, SkyLake attachicon.gifbone.png 
 
[snip]

 

Hello MaLd0n,

 

 

Thanks for your easy to follow guide.

 

I'm following these instructions on a system with a Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H, 16Gb RAM, Core i5 4670K. OSX is installed on a 120GB OCZ Vertex SSD. I intend to dual boot with windows 10.

 

Graphics at present are the integrated intel GPU, but once everything is stable the plan is to put my GeForce 1060 back into the system.

 

The audio isn't working at the moment, but everything else is working well enough for me to be able to send this message from within OSX.

 

I've attached my clover folder, and "send me" zip. IOReg is too big to attach but the dropbox link is: https://www.dropbox.com/s/etmgb1grycw7uqx/IOReg.zip?dl=0

 

Hope you can help me get this fine tuned and ready for use!

 

 

CLOVER.zip

Send me Philip’s iMac.zip

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Hello MaLd0n,

 

 

Thanks for your easy to follow guide.

 

I'm following these instructions on a system with a Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H, 16Gb RAM, Core i5 4670K. OSX is installed on a 120GB OCZ Vertex SSD. I intend to dual boot with windows 10.

 

Graphics at present are the integrated intel GPU, but once everything is stable the plan is to put my GeForce 1060 back into the system.

 

The audio isn't working at the moment, but everything else is working well enough for me to be able to send this message from within OSX.

 

I've attached my clover folder, and "send me" zip. IOReg is too big to attach but the dropbox link is: https://www.dropbox.com/s/etmgb1grycw7uqx/IOReg.zip?dl=0

 

Hope you can help me get this fine tuned and ready for use!

put ur nvidia, install web driver

CLOVER.zip

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Hi MaLdOn,

 

Finally I could create a usb installer under windows 10 and boot again in mac.

I upgraded to Sierra.

I did not do any post-installation with multicast yet.

 

MB: Z77X-UD5H Bios F16-h

I7 3770K

32GB RAM

SSD

GTX670

 

I don't know how to attach files -:(

 

Thank you MaLdOn :-)


 


 

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DSDT.fallen00sniper.zip

Hi MaLd0n,

 

thank you for your support

CLOVER.zip

Hi MaLdOn,

 

Finally I could create a usb installer under windows 10 and boot again in mac.

I upgraded to Sierra.

I did not do any post-installation with multicast yet.

 

MB: Z77X-UD5H Bios F16-h

I7 3770K

32GB RAM

SSD

GTX670

 

I don't know how to attach files - :(

 

Thank you MaLdOn :-)

 

Use ZippyShare

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Hi @mald0n,

 

I've this configuration

 

Intel Core i7 4790K + GA-Z87X-UD7 TH + nVidia Evga GTX 970 SC
 
however I'm not able to boot using clover + high sierra.
I've create the usb using diskmakerx as in your other guide for newer mobos, added this thread clover config and I get a kernel panic on AppleACPIPlatform
 
I've attached the origin folder created within clover as it's the only thing I can create without having a running OSX install.

origin.zip

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Hi @mald0n,

 

I've this configuration

 

Intel Core i7 4790K + GA-Z87X-UD7 TH + nVidia Evga GTX 970 SC
 
however I'm not able to boot using clover + high sierra.
I've create the usb using diskmakerx as in your other guide for newer mobos, added this thread clover config and I get a kernel panic on AppleACPIPlatform
 
I've attached the origin folder created within clover as it's the only thing I can create without having a running OSX install.

 

check Olarila High Sierra installer, burn in windows if dont solve

try

CLOVER.zip

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Hey MaLd0n,

 

Just got this guy working for the most part, think I could get the patches from ya?  :)

 

Sager NP9377SM-A Laptop

     hm87 Chipset (8 Series)

     4910MQ CPU

     4x SSD (2 in RAID 0 running OS X, 1 Windows, 1 Kali) + 1 HDD for storage

     GTX980M (the only video card, no optimus)

 

It's been fun so far :)

 

I had to remove the softraid.kext from my clover folder in order to upload it.  The kext is 12+ MB. 

EmmTeh-CLOVER.zip

Send me EmmTeh’s MacBook Air.zip

lspci-nn_emmteh.txt

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Help me patch DSDT @mald0n

hi mald0n

Im use Mac High Sierra 10.3

Hardware :

Main EVGA X79 DARK

CPU E5 2670

GPU: GTX1070 Xtrem Gaming (Gigabyte)

Onboard LAN LAN Chipset Intel 82579 Second LAN Chipset Intel 82574 Onboard Audio Audio Chipset Realtek ALC898 Audio Channels 8 Channels

i want Cpu power management

Thankls you!

File in attach

DSDT .zip

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Hey MaLd0n,

 

Just got this guy working for the most part, think I could get the patches from ya?  :)

 

Sager NP9377SM-A Laptop

     hm87 Chipset (8 Series)

     4910MQ CPU

     4x SSD (2 in RAID 0 running OS X, 1 Windows, 1 Kali) + 1 HDD for storage

     GTX980M (the only video card, no optimus)

 

It's been fun so far :)

 

I had to remove the softraid.kext from my clover folder in order to upload it.  The kext is 12+ MB. 

check

CLOVER.zip

what ur audio codec?

Help me patch DSDT @mald0n

hi mald0n

Im use Mac High Sierra 10.3

Hardware :

Main EVGA X79 DARK

CPU E5 2670

GPU: GTX1070 Xtrem Gaming (Gigabyte)

Onboard LAN LAN Chipset Intel 82579 Second LAN Chipset Intel 82574 Onboard Audio Audio Chipset Realtek ALC898 Audio Channels 8 Channels

i want Cpu power management

Thankls you!

File in attach

ur processsor have a native support, what happens if u boot without nullcpupm?

 

send me one ioreg

IORegistryExplorer.app.zip

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Dear MaLdOn,

 

Sierra is now booting and running well (except that shut down is rebooting and characters 0 to 9 don't work on my keyboard's numeric pad)

 

Here is my configuration:

- GA Z77X-UD5H

- i7 3770k

- GTX 670

- SSD 830

- Texas Instruments FireWire PCI card with RME400 soundcard connected

 

And the files:

Mac Pro de Olivier.zip

 
Thanks for your help once again MaLdOn!

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Dear MaLdOn,

 

Sierra is now booting and running well (except that shut down is rebooting and characters 0 to 9 don't work on my keyboard's numeric pad)

 

Here is my configuration:

- GA Z77X-UD5H

- i7 3770k

- GTX 670

- SSD 830

- Texas Instruments FireWire PCI card with RME400 soundcard connected

 

And the files:

Mac Pro de Olivier.zip

 
Thanks for your help once again MaLdOn!

 

1- replace full clover folder

CLOVER.zip

2- update clover bootloader

https://sourceforge.net/projects/cloverefiboot/files/Installer/Clover_v2.4k_r4297.zip/download

3- reboot and send me new ioreg with new files

hi mald0n

Here extract: is attach

plea Help me patch cpu power and more 

u need test, i dont have any x79 for test, i think the Pike's patch work for u, i use it in my x99

check

Captura de Tela 2017-11-18 às 16.34.50.png

 

Hi Maldon
 
I need your help. I've this configuration for a friend :   P55UD5 - I5 650 - GEFORCE 8400 GS . Sierra 10.12.6. I can't sleep the Mac : direct reboot.
 
Thanks

 

DSDT.peterios.zip

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Hi MaLdOn,

 

I did what you told me to do.

Here is my new ioreg file:

 

Mac Pro de Olivier 2.zip

 

Thank you very much!  :)

u have kexts installed in s/l/e or l/e, u dont need it, check clover/kexts/others, all u need is there

now, generate ur ssdt for a good PM

SSDT_Automator.zip

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