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I ran the installer directly from Sierra 10.12.5 with Clover 4081 and everything went fine. Now I can Boot into 10.13 Safe Mode only, otherwise the screen remains black (I can see and move the mouse pointer over a black screen). Disabling Nvidia driver (set to Vesa) it works but without video acceleration and 1024x768 resolution only.

PC is a HP Z400 Xeon 6-Cores video card Nvidia Quadro2000. Did I (probably) miss something?

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i have a problem with ALC892 Sound.

 

i Use latest AppleALC in S/L/E an orig. AppleHDA (not in Clover-kexts-Folder and no entrys in config-plist in Clover !) is the old method :-) 

in Sierra 10.12.6 Beta2 all working fine.

 

Herve and  Pippox0 and all other Friends.. can you help me please ?

Thank you.

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Actually the sound runs with Sierra 10.12.6 beta and with Sierra 10.12.5 also without problems without INPUT with Clover.

So only the AppleALC kext in S / L / E and original AppleHDA kext

 

I then tried with Clover and -alcbeta or -lilubeta and Audio Inject = Yes and everything that needs to

be adjusted at Clover, also the same, no audio devices in system info.

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Actually the sound runs with Sierra 10.12.6 beta and with Sierra 10.12.5 also without problems without INPUT with Clover.
So only the AppleALC kext in S / L / E and original AppleHDA kext
 
I then tried with Clover and -alcbeta or -lilubeta and Audio Inject = Yes and everything that needs to
be adjusted at Clover, also the same, no audio devices in system info.

 

use the latest version... AppleALC+ Lilu... in EFI's folder

add beta boot arg             #281            

Which layout are you using?

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Hi vandroiy2012,

 

can you please upload your config.plist

 

Sure. I'm using BRAND NEW iMac18.1 macmodel. Already updated macOS Sierra 10.12.5 for new macmodels support and KabyLake support!  If you want change SMBIOS array with your data. If you want to use 18,1 then insert SerialNumber for this macmodel

I'm using BoardID - Mac-4B682C642B45593E non-Retina iMac with single Intel Iris Pro 640 Graphics. 

config.plist.zip

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Sure. I'm using BRAND NEW iMac18.1 macmodel. Already updated macOS Sierra 10.12.5 for new macmodels support and KabyLake support!  If you want change SMBIOS array with your data. If you want to use 18,1 then insert SerialNumber for this macmodel

I'm using BoardID - Mac-4B682C642B45593E non-Retina iMac with single Intel Iris Pro 640 Graphics. 

attachicon.gifconfig.plist.zip

Thanks a lot :)

 

No matter what I do I get the black screen using IntelHD 530

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Thanks a lot :)

 

No matter what I do I get the black screen using IntelHD 530

 

Use Lilu.kext + IntelGraphicsFixup.kext in EFI/Clover/Kexts/Other

Also use bootargs -lilubeta -igfxbeta 

 

https://github.com/vit9696/Lilu/releases/tag/1.1.4

https://sourceforge.net/projects/intelgraphicsfixup/

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Use Lilu.kext + IntelGraphicsFixup.kext in EFI/Clover/Kexts/Other

Also use bootargs -lilubeta -igfxbeta 

 

https://github.com/vit9696/Lilu/releases/tag/1.1.4

https://sourceforge.net/projects/intelgraphicsfixup/

Are the boot args only useful for high sierra or else? Are they a must if we want to solve the black screen for intel graphics?

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Are the boot args only useful for high sierra or else? Are they a must if we want to solve the black screen for intel graphics?

 

You should use bootargs only in unsupported (beta) OS versions. After 10.13 official release support for 10.13 will be added in Lilu and ALL of it plugins...

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And bootargs -lilubeta -igfxbeta? Check your clover version!

I use clover 4081 by sherlock, I'm gonna give your version a try.

The weird thing is I can boot in to HS using my 1070 and sound works just fine, If I set IGFX as primary and disable theInternal Graphics under chipset, I can boot into HS and it and it detects my 1070 with 8MB of memory which is ok, but if I set IGFX as primary and enable Internal Graphics under Chipset I can't boot into HS and even if it loads the OS I have back screen.

Edit:

 

I have Lilu,kext v. 1.1.4 and IntelGraphicsFixup.kext v.1.1.3

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my haswell latopbook shows the same error,but there is no drop MATS in the drop tables。。bios is not AMI but insydeH2O..

 

Look at your ACPI tables, if there is one with a wrong signature like this,

**** Unknown ACPI table signature [MATS] 

drop it

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Stay tuned , guys!

There binary with kernel_patcher and kext_inject hard coded for 10.13 with PMHeart, denskop patch.

You need to set FirmwareFeatures in config.plist to 

<key>FirmwareFeatures</key>
<string>0xe907f537</string>
Magic number for FirmwareFeaturesMask 0xff1fff3f

 

Where in config.plist I have to add them exactly ???

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from a working hackintosh(10.12.5) to a clean SSD

im installing from the DL image  macOS 10.13 Beta

 

1) Download developer profile (free) LINK

2) Open terminal 

sudo /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Seeding.framework/Versions/A/Resources/seedutil enroll DeveloperSeed

3) Paste command and give password

4) macappstores://itunes.apple.com/app/id1209167288 open this link in safari

5) Click Download

 

 

after DL  image from apple in applications

 

open with show package Content

 

Applications/Install  macOS 10.13 Beta

open Contents

open SharedSupport

open InstallESD.dmg. skip verify

open Packages

open/install Core.pkg

 

its installing now

after install i boot with working SSD 10.12.5 and i install a recent Fakesmc.kext on SSD 10.13

Mac OS 10.13 beta is booting with clover imac14,2 from SSD 10.12.5 and some boot options

 

only video Nvidia GT 740 is not going further with webdrivers working

 

all is going fast and smooth with clover 3974

 

only video now

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You need to remove the installation files that the installer wrote to your install destination. 

 

I don't know, but I restarted two times and @ the second without deleting something it worked!  :huh:  but  ;)

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hello 

airport extreme fix here

enjoy :)

 

BCM4352-Airport-Extreme, (credit skvo)
com.apple.driver.AirPort.Brcm4360
6b100000 750d
6b100000 9090
10.13.x

BCM4352-Airport-Extreme, (credit Sherlocks based on skvo original)
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC
6b100000 750d
6b100000 9090

BCM4352-fvco, (credit Sherlocks based on the-darkvoid original)
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC
81f952aa 000074bf
81f952aa 00006690

BCM4352-iovar, (credit Sherlocks)
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC
85db4c8b 65c87971
85db4c8b 65c8eb71

BCM4352-iovar, (credit Sherlocks)
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC
4883c410 89c385db 7946
4883c410 89c385db eb46


BCM4352-Airport-Extreme, (credit Sherlocks based on skvo original)
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC-MFG
6b100000 750d
6b100000 9090

BCM4352-fvco, (credit Sherlocks based on the-darkvoid original)
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC-MFG
81ff52aa 000074c4
81ff52aa 00006690

BCM4352-iovar, (credit Sherlocks)
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC-MFG
0f896201 0000
0f886201 0000

BCM4352-iovar, (credit Sherlocks)
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC-MFG
4883c410 89c385db 7944
4883c410 89c385db eb44

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hello 

airport extreme fix here

enjoy :)

attachicon.gif2.png

 

BCM94352-Airport-Extreme, credit Sherlocks based on skvo original
 
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC
6B100000750D
6B1000009090
 
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC-MFG
6B100000750D
6B1000009090
 
 
 
BCM94352-fvco, credit Sherlocks based on the-darkvoid original
 
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC
81F952AA000074BF
81F952AA00006690
 
com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC-MFG
81FF52AA000074C4
81FF52AA00006690

 

apply these in addition to those used in Sierra or use only these patches and omit earlier ones.

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Did you try like this ?  ➠  Hope this work for you?

also you can see this savvamitrofanov

Thanks, But does not works. I made a USB installer manually. I cloned the Base System.dmg and then copied the package folder to system/Installation folder. That's how I've always done it with all versions of MAC OS and so far it's always worked for me.

 

:(  :(  :(  :(

 

 

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