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7 minutes ago, PandaStirling said:

I don't have the language chooser, it directly go to the macOS Utilities :/

But I'll reboot to the installer and see if there's a way I can go the language chooser

You need to click on "File -> Language Chooser". Or well, I can't remember exactly. It's somewhere in the top navigation bar :P

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7 minutes ago, ricoc90 said:
You need to click on "File -> Language Chooser". Or well, I can't remember exactly. It's somewhere in the top navigation bar default_tongue.png


Thanks a lot :D !
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I also have a question while HS is installing

I actually have El Capitan installed (I’m dualbooting EC and HS), but not Sierra, can I use the 5450 kext from El Capitan ? Will it work on HS ? And if not, can anyone send me the Sierra kext ? (So I install them on HS from the EC partition) Thanks a lot, again x)

 

 

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You don't need any specific kext. Inject the card and use FB Shrike, as explained in post #1
However, you won't be able to use the 5450 in High Sierra. You'll need to rollback some kexts, also explained in post #1
I don't have Sierra anymore, so I can't help you with that.
Maybe MacPeet or someone else can upload them for you

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Yeah that's what I was talking about, rollback the kexts, because it talks about Sierra, but not El Capitan.

But anyway, I can wait until someone post these here, El Capitan will remain as my main system until I see that High Sierra is stable and problem-free, that everything works (sound, LAN, HDMI audio, ect..)

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It's your lucky day, I still have the Sierra installer app on my external hdd. I've extracted the kexts for you :P

Install them in /S/L/E using a kext utility of some sort :)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FGsAZflUqOFzZFjT9KaUE2Qcl63d5g-N/view?usp=sharing

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Ok so...

Guess who's now running High Sierra :D:D:D:D 

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And HDMI Audio worked OOB after installing your kext !

Thanks a lot man, you're my savior !

Now I'm saving all my files, format my El Capitan partition, and copy the High Sierra installation on it !

EDIT: So, I'm half happy, yeah i have the most recent macOS version, but it's slow from time to time (more than it was on El Capitan) and I have few graphics glitches there and there (red color instead of the background on the login, it happened once, and when going to fullscreen on YouTube (it stay red about half a second instead of the animation, so it's not important, but it's ugly)

I'll see if it's just minor issue that I can just ignore, or if it's really annoy me too much, I'll restore my El Capitan CCC Backup (which is on a external HDD)

But I know it's also that my specs are pretty weak for HS, I'll see later to buy a Core 2 Quad 8400 (cheapest Core 2 Quad I founded that have SSE4.1, necessary for Sierra and more), 2 more GB of RAM, a GT 1030 or just a better GPU than the HD5450, that would work natively on High Sierra, and maybe a new HDD (I just can't put a SSD in there, I don't like having external storage, and I have about 740GB of data in my HDD, buying a big enough SSD would be really too expensive)

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Red background at login prompt is common with this method, I believe i've read that there's an (easy) fix for that but I can't find it at the moment.

High Sierra might be a little slow on a mechanical drive, especially if you formatted as APFS.

Anyway, the Q8200 supports SSE4 too, might be cheaper than the Q8400 (€10 on eBay)
The GT 1030 doesn't work natively on macOS though, you'll need the WebDrivers.
The GT 710 does work OOB.

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I've read about the fix, but I don't remember what it was x)

It hasn't happened since, but the red screen instead of the animation on YouTube is always there x)

And It's formatted as HFS+, I have a SSD in my MBP, which I originally wanted to use on my Optiplex but It doesn't work well with the BIOS (will be detected 1 times out of 10)

I have a GT730 that I lent to a friend, but it's a full size graphics card, not low profile, so It won't work on the SFF, even if I let the cover off (which I do because with the passive HD5450, and the small heatsink for the CPU, it run way to hot), it's too "tall" to fit inside

And yeah the Q8200 would be cheaper, but I don't want to go with too low frequency (even tho a 2.33GHz Quad Core might be faster than a 3GHz Dual Core)

I've found a Q8400S for 20€ on Aliexpress (I don't know if the SFF 780 accepts 95W CPU, I don't want to put to much strength on that little PSU) 

Honeslty, I will either upgrade the 780, or wait, and save money to buy a Mini Tower Optiplex with i5 CPU, I think it will be the second option x)

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red login background:
replace /Library/Caches/com.apple.desktop.admin.png

com.apple.desktop.admin.png.zip

The C2D E8400 3.0GHz is good. Better single-core performance.
The C2Q Q8200 brings you no improvement.
SSD alone brings for Sierra or HS.
You have more than one Sata connection. SSD for the system and HDD for data. Perfect, right?

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I change the CPU i3 2100 on my spare Dell Optiplex for a i5 2500 

the i5 is the old  cpu of my main Optiplex

the change is notable and sensitive :D

1:582  0:000  Running on: 'OptiPlex 790' with board '0J3C2F'
1:582  0:000  === [ GetCPUProperties ] ==================================
1:582  0:000  CPU Vendor = 756E6547 Model=206A7
1:582  0:000   The CPU supported SSE4.1
1:582  0:000  BrandString = Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500 CPU @ 3.30GHz
1:582  0:000   The CPU not supported turbo

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On 07/04/2018 at 8:46 AM, MacPeet said:

red login background:
replace /Library/Caches/com.apple.desktop.admin.png

com.apple.desktop.admin.png.zip

The C2D E8400 3.0GHz is good. Better single-core performance.
The C2Q Q8200 brings you no improvement.
SSD alone brings for Sierra or HS.
You have more than one Sata connection. SSD for the system and HDD for data. Perfect, right?

So I did put the SSD on my Optiplex, it's not always detected (you can be sure that after a restart, it will not be detected, so I'll have to restart again again and again to finally find the time it will be detected

But other than that (because I will mostly leave it always on), it REALLY does speed up the system, it doesn't hang as much as it have done before (especially when a crashing app was crashing the whole system, it will actually close when I force it in the "Force quit" menu), so I'll leave it on here for now

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Yeah, for the money, an SSD is probably the best bang for the buck for added performance.

Not sure why it is not being detected on each boot. No issues at all with the 3 that I have.

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:P

 

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24 minutes ago, ricoc90 said:

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with my main Optiplex 790 and the i5 2500k 29623310.gif:D

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On 14/04/2018 at 2:22 AM, morpheousman said:

Yeah, for the money, an SSD is probably the best bang for the buck for added performance.

Not sure why it is not being detected on each boot. No issues at all with the 3 that I have.

 

I saw a video where the guy had the same problem with a 745 and a SanDisk SSD (for the french: here's the video where he explains why it does that), but it was the same problem as me, he didn't had it with the Intel SSD tho, so I guess few SSD are capricious with the Optiplexs.

And, the graphics glitches and everything was pretty irritating, so I backed up all my files and made a fresh install of Sierra 10.12.6, it's already working waaaaaay better, I suggest to everybody who have a HD5450 to stay on Sierra.

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1 hour ago, PandaStirling said:

I saw a video where the guy had the same problem with a 745 and a SanDisk SSD, but it was the same problem as me, he didn't had it with the Intel SSD tho, so I guess few SSD are capricious with the Optiplexs.

And, the graphics glitches and everything was pretty irritating, so I backed up all my files and made a fresh install of Sierra 10.12.6, it's already working waaaaaay better, I suggest to everybody who have a HD5450 to stay on Sierra.

 

Yeah, I was wondering more people from High Sierra Guide have not migrated to this thread, but i think you answered that question.

I have been using Optiplex 790, and 990 for 2 years now, and have not had to deal with some of the issues people have been having with the older models.

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14 hours ago, morpheousman said:

I have been using Optiplex 790, and 990 for 2 years now, and have not had to deal with some of the issues people have been having with the older models.

I believe the iX platform does change a lot of things, really don't know honeslty, the only iX hackintosh I had was a Acer Aspire V3 with a i3 and Optimus GeForce 710M and HD 3000 (It was such a hassle, I got Mavericks and Yosemite working, with only the HD3000, but I believe it's impossible to get Optimus GeForce working on OSX)

13 hours ago, chris1111 said:

I have 3 Radeon HD 5450 testing in HighSierra and its working like Sierra no difference here

Awesome !

But I don't know if It's because of my specific HD5450 (Sapphire Radeon HD 5450 1GB DDR3 Passive, to be exact), maybe I've done something wrong (even tho I really don't see what, I used the correct DSDT (that came from the El Capitan guide, I didn't really bothered changing the Clover files since it was working well), and installed the kext that @ricoc90 posted here with Kext Wizard) but for me, it didn't worked well :/

Maybe you can tell me if there's something wrong with my Clover folder: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_ROe7h77D7EnQmZqX6wCNEYNpa5Syz-N

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9 minutes ago, PandaStirling said:

I believe the iX platform does change a lot of things, really don't know honeslty, the only iX hackintosh I had was a Acer Aspire V3 with a i3 and Optimus GeForce 710M and HD 3000 (It was such a hassle, I got Mavericks and Yosemite working, with only the HD3000, but I believe it's impossible to get Optimus GeForce working on OSX)

Awesome !

But I don't know if It's because of my specific HD5450 (Sapphire Radeon HD 5450 1GB DDR3 Passive, to be exact), maybe I've done something wrong (even tho I really don't see what, I used the correct DSDT (that came from the El Capitan guide, I didn't really bothered changing the Clover files since it was working well), and installed the kext that @ricoc90 posted here with Kext Wizard) but for me, it didn't worked well :/

Maybe you can tell me if there's something wrong with my Clover folder: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_ROe7h77D7EnQmZqX6wCNEYNpa5Syz-N

You can try Stock DSDT (No Radeon patch)  with the config.plist attaching here

Let me know if that help

config.plist.zip

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So I tried and it {censored}ed up everything XD

With the original DSDT and your config.plist, it booted to a black screen, couldn't start the hackintosh even with -x

I put the SSD in a external enclosure, connected it to my MacBook Pro, and put the original back (Which I had on my Sierra Install Stick), but It really did not help (interdiction sign)

I also reinstalled Clover from the MBP, and put the files from my install USB, but it does the same

So I don't know what I can do, should I really i re-install macOS ?

Yeah I think I will completly erase the SSD and do everything from the start.

It doesn't really bother me erasing it, I still have my 1TB HDD with a working copy of High Sierra 10.13.4, so I can get all my files back from there

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19 hours ago, PandaStirling said:

So I tried and it {censored}ed up everything XD

With the original DSDT and your config.plist, it booted to a black screen, couldn't start the hackintosh even with -x

I put the SSD in a external enclosure, connected it to my MacBook Pro, and put the original back (Which I had on my Sierra Install Stick), but It really did not help (interdiction sign)

I also reinstalled Clover from the MBP, and put the files from my install USB, but it does the same

So I don't know what I can do, should I really i re-install macOS ?

Yeah I think I will completly erase the SSD and do everything from the start.

It doesn't really bother me erasing it, I still have my 1TB HDD with a working copy of High Sierra 10.13.4, so I can get all my files back from there

Try just set Dual link = 1  in my config.plist because I not set like your 

<key>Graphics</key>
    <dict>
        <key>DualLink</key>
        <integer>1</integer>

 

EDIT ***

you do not have to take out the SSD and change the config from your MacBook, just put both config in Clover and go to Clover Option / config and test the config

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Actually I had to, I couldn't boot macOS (so I couldn't change the files), but anyway, I put back the SSD on my MacBook (way to much hassle)

So I'm back at High Sierra 10.13.4, I'll install Sierra soon when I will have the time.

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Optiplex 780 10.13.5 DP2 17F45c ---> Update without problems :D

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Since upgrading to 10.13.4 it cannot shut down properly. I stuckts at 

Failed to unmount /home (45)
Failed to unmount /net (45)
hfs: unmount initiated on MacOS on device b(1, 8)
done

I was trying to google around but not success. FixShutdown flag in config.plist doesnt't help, either.
Any idea?
Thanks in advance.

Ps: is there a reason to hide the serial number in the "About this Mac" screenshots and config.plists? I can see that most of you do that.. Is it not save to publish this info?

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    • By lk_lima
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      Tenho um Sony Vaio VPCEH e instalei o high sierra ,está tudo funcionando beleza o problema é que o boot está muito lento (cerca de 1 minuto e meio) quando uso a kext de bateria ACPIBatteryManager.kext do RehabMan ,quanto removo ela o boot não demora mais que 30s já tentei todas as versão da kext disponível no repositório . Anexei minhas informações e DSDT.
       
      Sony Vaio VPCEH 
      CPU: i5-2520M
      RAM:8 GB DDR3
      GPU: Intel HD3000
      MacBook Pro de Lucas.ioreg
      DSDT.aml
    • By rtke333
      Hi!

      Could anyone help me installing High Sierra on this system?
      I succesfully installed Sierra before on this system with help of Jake Lo (thanks!!), I just wondering if could High sierra possible to installed on this system?
      Boot stopped at this. I'll attach my Clover folder and a picture from boot.
      UEFI enabled, and for skylake I used IntelGraphicsDVMTfixup and IntelGraphicsFixup kexts. My bios is very limited and does not have any option to change dvmt prealloc or anything else.
      Everything works fine on Sierra.
      Here is my system:
       
      THIS TOPIC IS OUTDATED AND WILL NO LONGER UPDATED.
      PLEASE GO TO THIS LINK FOR GUIDE & UPDATED FILES:
      https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/338103-guide-acer-aspire-v-15-v5-591g-mojave-windows/
       


      Acer Aspire V15 V5-591G-55TU
       
      (Note: Bootpack works fine with another versions of 591G, for example: V5-591G-71K2, -764Z, -59PU, etc.)

      Mobo: Skylake USOPP_SLS
      Bios: Insyde corp latest version
      CPU: Intel Core i5-6300HQ 2.30 GHz (Skylake)
      GPU: Geforce GTX 950M 2 GB (optimus, disabled), Intel HD 530
      Ram: 8 GB DDR4 (4+4 GB)
      Wifi: Qualcomm Atheros QCNFA344A, Replaced to BCM94352Z
      Ethernet: Realtek 8168B/8111B
      Audio: ALC 255 (layout-3 fix)
      Card Reader: Realtek
      HDD: 1 TB
      Dual-boot with Windows 10

      Any help appreciated!

      UPDATE! (2017.10.30)
      UPDATE! (2017.11.09)
      UPDATE! (2018.02.01)

      Successfully installed High Sierra 10.13, 10.13.1, 10.13.3
      SEE THIS POST: #49 IF YOU THINK YOUR CPU IS HOT (60+°C) OR NOT GOING UNDER 1.3GHz FREQUENCY WHEN IDLE
      (Original OSXLatitude post link: http://forum.osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/10077-success-acer-aspire-v-15-v5-591g-55tu-high-sierra-dual-boot-windows/)
      Working:
      Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with BCM94352z: (enabled with BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext, BrcmPatchRAM2, FakePCIID.kext, FakePCIID_Broadcom_WiFi.kext, install them with Kext Utility or another kext installer) (Original WiFi is Qualcomm Atheros, unsupported but BT works) Hand-off with BCM94352z Full Graphics enabled on HD 530, HDMI, VGA. ALC 255 Audio: (Internal Speakers, Internal Microphone, Headphone jack (microphone not tested) with layout-3 fix (you can use AppleHDAPatcher) Ethernet Realtek 8168B/8111B App Store, Messages, FaceTime, Siri, iCloud (native) Integrated webcam (native) 3.0 USB (native) Touchpad and Keyboard: Fn keys are good, the weird thing is the Brightness key. On my keyboard it's Pause Break:Br-up, Fn+F12:Br-dwn. (VoodoPS2Controller.kext) Battery info: Install ACPIBatteryManager.kext with kext utility or other installer. Sleep Mode: In High Sierra sleep mode not worked for me natively. Inject custom EDID to fix the blank screen after wake from sleep
      See here for instruction (thanks black.dragon74 and Jake Lo !!) Please add these 2 patches to ACPI\DSDT\Patches in your config.plist in order to avoid not responding applications after sleep: (added in "v5_591g_55tu_updated_CLOVER.zip") HECI to IMEI 48454349 494d4549 EC0 to EC 4543305f 45435f5f Before updating to a new version of High Sierra please update kexts to new versions to avoid kernel panics Note: No need for "IntelGraphicsDVMTFixup.kext" so you should delete it. Not working:
      Original Wi-Fi: Qualcomm Atheros QCNFA344A unsupported, you need switch to BCM94352Z or just use a mini usb wifi dongle. NVIDIA GTX 950M: Optimus not supported. Card Reader: Unsupported For WiFi:
      You can choose an external USB wifi dongle (I used tp-link Archer T1U (5GHz support), Tp-link have official macOS drivers, you just need to install it (OR)Replace your M.2 Qualcomm Card with a compatible BCM94352Z card (you will have hand-off Bluetooth too), just install the kext I wrote above I'll attach my EFI folder for anyone who want to install High Sierra (acer_aspire_v5_591g_55tu_hs.zip).
      *REUPLOADED updated CLOVER folder, attached as "v5_591g_55tu_updated_CLOVER.zip" (uploaded to OSXLatitude forum, can't upload here).
       
      I'm using High Sierra in Dual-boot with Windows 8.1. To do this in a clean install or with Windows installed first try my little minimal guide:
       
      Dual-boot clean install (on one drive):
      1. Boot into your Mac installer, Create 2 partitions in GUID table (1 for Win (I used FAT32 but I think it's no matter what), 1 for Mac), 
      2. Install Mac, boot with your USB, *mount your EFI partition (use terminal or an EFI mounter app), create an EFI folder, copy the CLOVER folder I attached to the EFI folder, restart,
      3. Boot into your Win installer, Format the partition you created for Win, install. 
      4. Now, it's automatically booting into Windows. To use Clover open cmd in administrator, type:
      bcdedit /set {bootmgr} path \EFI\CLOVER\CLOVERX64.efi 5. You're done! It will booting into Clover when you start the system, and you can select Win or Mac (or another OS if installed on a 3rd partition).
       
      Dual-boot with Windows installed first (on one drive):
      If you already have Windows and you don't want to lose all your data there is a hope:
      You need bootable Mac Installer and a full system restore image (you can search for it).
      (You may see errors if your EFI partition is not 200 MB)
      1. Boot into your Windows, resize your partition or create one for Mac.
      2. Boot into your Mac installer and in Disk Utility format the partition you created.
      3. Restore from image: select your full system restore image.
      4. When it's finished restoring you just need to restart, then boot to the system with your usb.
      5. Do Step 2. from "*" from clean install dual-boot above. but KEEP "Microsoft" FOLDER IN IT!
      6. Do Step 4. from clean install dual-boot above.
      7. You're done! You can select your old Windows and your new macOS!
      (I only tried with Windows 8/8.1/10. I don't know Windows 7,etc.)
       
      IF YOU GETTING ERRORS DURING MAC RESTORE:
      Make sure you have partitions in GPT The best version for restore method is Windows 8.1. It's using 200 MB EFI. Windows 10 using 100 MB EFI and will annoy the Mac restore. You can use with Windows 10, just ignore the errors IF YOU GETTING ERRORS DURING WINDOWS INSTALLATION (could not be formatted, etc):
      Make sure you have GPT partitions, and GPT installer IF YOU USED RESTORE METHOD THEN CAN'T MOUNT YOUR EFI PARTITION (No EFI partition found)
      It's because your EFI is not 200 MB or not an "Apple" original EFI,  but do not worry, try another EFI mounter, or mount from terminal (I used EFI mounter v3: Getting errors, but you can mount and use without problem) You also could "mount" the EFI from windows, for that open cmd and type: diskpart list vol (Now select the "System" volume,(FAT 32) For example I select 4) sel vol 4 list part (Select System type partition, for example 2) sel part 2 assign letter=b (This will "mount" your EFI partition, to manage files download totalcmd or explorer++ (run as admin)) remove letter=b (This will "unmount" your EFI) Here is a video from dual-boot with Windows installed first (on one drive):
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_Q8uPkwcWQ
      Here some pictures:




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