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[GUIDE] EL Capitan / Sierra / High Sierra / Mojave on Intel LGA 775 motherboards / DSDT

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On 7/9/2018 at 6:17 AM, MaLd0n said:

LGA775 use iMac10,1 and -no_compat_check

Thank you.

   Currently it not crash but screen keep at boot TEXT mode, GUI not shows.

It not crashed. It need -x. Disk LED flashing if mouse/keyboard input something. 

It need a configuration of new user if GUI works fine..

Radeon HD 4350 .

 

Here it is the F4 dump. 

 

Cheers.

ACPI.zip

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On 6/25/2018 at 3:04 PM, MaLd0n said:

use clover folder inside usb stick and check what u don't need, just remove unecessary files 

Hello Maldon

tried, but when I install Clover, this happens

even with different versions of Clover

 

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advice

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15 minutes ago, Alpha22 said:

Hello Maldon

tried, but when I install Clover, this happens

even with different versions of Clover

 

10zs6qq.png

 

advice

never see it

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2 hours ago, MaLd0n said:

u need enable GPU drivers

I understand this, with your efi folder I don't touch the power button, it's a crash then a restart.

With my efi folder, When there is inject nvdia without "nv_disable=1" the screen became black with "no signal" but the computer is Always on.

 

Finally he problem can be caused by the fact that I use dvi to hdmi cable but for the moment I have not dvi screen to test this fact. Thanks

Edited by xatow

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Hi MaLd0n, can you please help me with dsdt edits for this mobo: Intel DQ45CB

 

bios: 0133

 

CPU: Q6600

RAM 8GB: 4x2 GB

GPU: EVGA Geforce 210 1GB

 

I have already done some system edits to get hdmi audio, added an external usb sound card, wifi/bt pcie card, but no dsdt edits.

I would like to start again from scratch with a good dsdt and maybe an updated cpu (Q9450) to get sierra working.

 

Witch are recommended SMBIOS mac model for this setup in El Capitan and Sierra?

 

Thank you so much for your help!!  

Send me MacPro.zip

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9 hours ago, xramir said:

Hi MaLd0n, can you please help me with dsdt edits for this mobo: Intel DQ45CB

 

bios: 0133

 

CPU: Q6600

RAM 8GB: 4x2 GB

GPU: EVGA Geforce 210 1GB

 

I have already done some system edits to get hdmi audio, added an external usb sound card, wifi/bt pcie card, but no dsdt edits.

I would like to start again from scratch with a good dsdt and maybe an updated cpu (Q9450) to get sierra working.

 

Witch are recommended SMBIOS mac model for this setup in El Capitan and Sierra?

 

Thank you so much for your help!!  

Send me MacPro.zip

DSDT.aml.zip

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Thanks Mald0n!!

 

 

Hardware updated to:

- Intel Q9450

- MSI Aero ITX Radeon RX560 4GB OC

 

OS X Sierra 10.12.6 working OK!

Edited by xramir
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On 7/18/2018 at 6:49 PM, MaLd0n said:

u need enable GPU drivers

Re, after many times I have bought a dvi screen. And now with npci=0x2000 the problem is fix as you say. My nvidia geforce 9800 gt works perfectly.

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Now, I just need to enable sound. You said on a post "

For sound try with applealc + dsdt patch with id 5, 7 or 11

i have Gigabyte Ga 945gm s2 with Core2Duo E4500 and audio work with DSDT + AppleAlc

u dont need patched applehda", can you explain to me how to do please?

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Hi MaLd0nI'm a noob in hackintosh. I just make my ProBook 4540s to run high Sierra and that is all. I have an old and nice piece of hardware dc7800 and I'd like to install high Sierra on it. I used your instructions and your clover but the installation hang and I'm stuck. Please give me a hand. I installed also in this PC an ssd Samsung evo 250 GB. Thank you in advance!IMG_3643.thumb.JPG.8e35912ce4ffe5469ab7d430597bae42.JPGIMG_3642.thumb.JPG.c0b2fa5207c3d4c90f9951e484a02736.JPGIMG_3639.thumb.JPG.d6c8b116f0f86b2deb41139d95065db9.JPG

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