Download those Kexts and put in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.14/
- Download the FakeSMC.kext from here. I used the version 2018-0915.
- Download the IntelMausiEthernet.kext from here. I used the version 2018-0424.
Put the Clover installer on the flash drive too.
Now you can start the instalation without problem (I guess).
UEFI Setup Configuration and Installation
- Shutdown and insert the flash. - Power on with DEL pressed to enter BIOS setup. - Change value: Periphelrals - Initial Display to IGP - Change value: Periphelrals - USB Configuration - XHCI Hand-off to ENABLE - Change value: Chipset - VT-d to DISABLE - Change value: Chipset - Internal Graphics to ENABLE - Change value: Chipset - DVMT Pre-Allocated to 128M
- Change value: Chipset - Wake On Lan to DISABLE
- Save & Exit Setup
- Now, hold the F12
- In the list, select your flash drive.
- It will show twice. One with UEFI prefix and another without.
- Select with UEFI prefix. Ie.: "UEFI: Sandisk Cruzer"
The installer will start.
Format destination disk
Format the disk with GUID partition mapping and name it "HD".
- Select Disk Utility in the list, then press Continue. - Click in View, then "Show All Devices". - Select the destination Disk, then Erase. - Name: HD, Format: APFS and Scheme: GUID Partition Map
Close Disk Utility. Select "Install macOS", then Continue. Follow instructions in screen.
After first part install the system will reboot. The second part of the installation will begin. This will take 16 minutes.
When the second part of install finish, the system will reboot again.
After performing the user initial setup and go to the desktop, you need to install Clover on internal disk.
Open the Clover installer inside flash drive that you copied before.
Use same options above but choose the system partition this time.
Now you need to replace the config.plist inside your destination disk EFI parittion with config.plist inside flash card EFI partition.
The flash drive EFI partition is unmounted. Mount with terminal "sudo diskutil mount /dev/rdiskXs1". To know what X is, use "diskutil list", most likely is 1.
Copy all Kexts from flash drive to /Library/Extensions, with those commands in Terminal:
sudo cp -R /Volumes/EFI/EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.14/* /Library/Extensions/
sudo chmod -Rf 755 /Library/Extensions
sudo chown -Rf 0:0 /Library/Extensions
sudo kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel
sudo kextcache -system-caches
Restart the system.
And last but not least
I would like to thank the following community members, by making these dream possible: @crushers, @snatch, @apianti, @blackosx, @blusseau, @dmazar, @slice2009, @autumnrain, @phpdev32, @EMlyDinEsH, @RehabMan, @Scellow, @mitch_de, @Shailua, @Andy Vandijck, @maxfierke, @ArturXXX, @LexHimself, @brumas and all others members involved directly or indirectly.
Yesterday I decided to install Mojave on my hack and installed it, but in the process I ran into a problem - the monitor image flickers. I tried everything I could - different Properties in Whatevergreen, I tried without it, deleted DSDT, SSDT, which I did under the system, changed SMBIOS (iMac18,1, iMacPro1,1, iMac18,3, MacBookPro 15,2) and etc., but unfortunately nothing can fix the situation.
The monitor is connected via DisplayPort to the 4k monitor LG 31MU97Z-B. If you connect the monitor to the system via HDMI, then the monitor works stably, but the PICTURE is PICTED in purple.
Following the links below, I posted a video where the monitor's behavior was recorded:
HDMI port issue
Before moving to Mojave, I used macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 (17G2208), where everything worked like a clock.
Archive with Clover folder also attached to the post.
Help, please, in solving the problem, otherwise I have this working tool, and it's simply unrealistic to work for him.
I got my Hackintosh up and running since yesterday. I followed this topic
and used @MaLd0n 's CLOVER.zip files for kext installation and for the included SSDT's and DSDT. Massive thanks for that btw.
The only *slight* problem I still have is when I have XMP set to profile 1 in the Gigabyte BIOS, and I put my Hackintosh to sleep and I wake it up, I get the message that all USB drives were not ejected properly.
I really don't understand what's causing this problem. I currently have disabled XMP in the BIOS and the USB drives are not getting ejected when my Hack wakes from sleep.
I use 16GB of Corsair DDR4 Vengeance ram which goes up to 3000MHz. I have XMP profile in CLOVER set to 1. About this Mac reports that my RAM speed is 2998 Mhz. I have a separate SSD drive with Windows on it and I do not think it utilises the full MHz of the RAM because XMP is disabled.