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i think no, i think is just a kext inject problem


put two kexts in Library/Extensions and run KextUtility one time, reboot

System/Library/Extentions or Library/Extentions?

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u can try without exclusion, i think is same result, usb work good, but take a shot

Nope, i've try almost everything maybe the solution is to buy a dongle!

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Hi Carl,


I do have the same board you are using but I have issues with Audio, WiFi and graphic card.  Can you share how you did the install and the extra files that you used?  I really appreciate your help.

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iamcarlito (Moderators) is there anyway I could get you to upload your clover files again?


Thank you for your time.

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Hi @iamcarlito!


I have the same mobo as you ( z370-e ), but my sleep crashes some apps... like whatsapp app ( mostely when I try to show a video or GIF ), chrome canary, and sometimes the google chrome too.

Your sleeps works perfect? 

Do you have your EFI folder updated?

That's my first time as a hackintosh user!


Thanks in advance!

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Hi Guys,


i have the same mobo and have sleep/restart issues on Mojave with My build, all the other problems seem to be fixed. I tried the fix shut down and messed up with Darkwake settings without success.


did any of you got the same problem and if so how did you fix it ?


Thanks !

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On 1/9/2019 at 5:31 AM, thunder72fr said:

My PC Gamer Hackintosh - Multiboot Win10 Pro & Hight Sierra 10.13.6 ou Mojave 10.14 / Ubuntu 18.04, Triple Boot avec i7 8700k / Asus Z370-E Gaming / GTX1080ti:



Triple Boot Windows 10 Pro / Hight Sierra 10.13.6 ou Mojave 10.14 / Ubuntu 18.04


I tried your EFI drive but can not bootup, could you help to resolve?

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