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1 hour ago, PMheart said:

Hi,

 

Looks like the patch applied to _xcpm_bootstrap is missing from your config. That might be why you are lacking of XCPM at all. By the way, do you need to disable that many registers? I guess you may only need to disable xcpm_pkg_scope_msrs. Oh, if you have locked 0xE2, then xcpm _idle_wrmsr patch should also be reserved. (Disable it if you do not)

Attached my modified config, FYI.

 

config.plist.zip

Thank you dear PMheart! I will test and I already report! And yes I have the Bios unlocked!

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Try this fresh compiled version of AppleALC, but IMHO, as someone said maybe Apple dropped ALC887/892, and maybe I'll have this problem to when I'll flash my MOBO with the last boded bios for Ozmosis. Hope if not, can you post the current IOREG to see that damn HDEF device on it?

AppleALC.kext.zip

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12 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

ok replaced alc kext and nothing yet.. and here it goes my ioreg...

iMac de AC.zip

 

You're doing something wrong with that drives, the device rename patches that I gives to you aren't loaded to rename them. This proof that the EFI partition that you should boot from aren't loaded. Remove all the hard drives, i mean all, keep only the one that we're working on, and boot, make sure the efi have the files given in previous post, reboot again, and post IOREG if no sound.

But please do not touch something in that config.plist I give, so I'll know if the things are properly loaded.

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ok man, I'll do it now and I want you to know that did replace the kexts and put the dsdt's in place correctly, but one more time the things don't load... I don't touch the config.plist that you gave me...

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Just now, MorenoAv said:

ok man, I'll do it now and I want you to know that did replace the kexts and put the dsdt's in place correctly, but one more time the things don't load... I don't touch the config.plist that you gave me...

 

Yes, this confirm that there's one drive that have another EFI installed on it. This is why i told you to remove them, but for config and kext it's just to confirm that we aren't doing something that will create interference or confusion. Not bad, just checking ^_^

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6 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

that was the usb installer, now the only drive connected is the Mojave nothing else...

As you could see...

Diskutil list.rtf

 

Please remove the sata cable from the High Sierra drive, then boot, and open efi partition and then check that the files are there. We will work on Mojave drive first, please.

This damn autocorrection make mistake sometimes

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Already is removed the high Sierra are small partitions in Mojave ssd...

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2 hours ago, PMheart said:

Hi,

 

Looks like the patch applied to _xcpm_bootstrap is missing from your config. That might be why you are lacking of XCPM at all. By the way, do you need to disable that many registers? I guess you may only need to disable xcpm_pkg_scope_msrs. Oh, if you have locked 0xE2, then xcpm _idle_wrmsr patch should also be reserved. (Disable it if you do not)

Attached my modified config, FYI.

 

config.plist.zip

 

50 minutes ago, Fergarth said:

Thank you dear PMheart! I will test and I already report! And yes I have the Bios unlocked!

Once again, thank you PMheart! I tested but I still have something missing! It has gone from maximum frequency to just idle! ...

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3 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

Already is removed the high Sierra are small partitions in Mojave ssd...

 

The files that we are working on are in the EFI of the Mojave SSD? If yes remove also the USB and reboot, and post IOREG with diskutil list

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4 hours ago, Carpentryplus25 said:

it is now apart of the Assets.car file within that same directory. You will need to find a way to extract the archived file and modify it then re archive it with a .car extension. I tried a few tools like cartoon and Asset Catalog Tinkerer with no success seems they haven't been updated to Mojave yet. You may have better luck in High Sierra with those apps. I didn't have time to try. You can see it here.

 

 

4 hours ago, Mc Jacej said:

utilities/systeminformation/show package contents/resources assets.car

 

 

Thanks.

HowTo edit .car with ThemeEngine + Photoshop.

/Applications/Utilities/System Information.app/Contents/Resources/Assets.car

done.

 

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11 hours ago, crazybirdy said:

 

Where to change the SystemLogo?

 

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The location of the image: "Utilities/System Information.app/show package contents/resources/Assets.car

Inside the .car file you have 2 image files, SystemLogo@2x.png (512x512) and SystemLogo@1x.png (256x256)

To open the file and change the the image you need special tool and basic photoshop skills. 

If you want to, you can send me the Asset.car file, the image you want to be shown and I'll do it as soon as I can.

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

Here are the files...

iMac de AC.zip

diskutil list.rtf

 

My MAN, you have one SSD that have Mojave, High Sierra and Windows as I have seen. If I'm not wrong or saying mistake, the windows efi partition have clover on it and the ESP also have it.

I do not know if you can do that, but you will have to format the entire SSD, this will be the real clean install. Because another time the patches doesn't take effect. This ssd have to be formatted from the start to the end.

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The problem is that I can't erase that damn partitions. In disk utility that tiny partitions are greyed out with an * and I can't erase them... I tried time and time again... 

 

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The main problem of MorenoAV is the HDEF injection, that is why the Devices under System Profiler>Audio is empty.

AppleALC has nothing to do with it yet untill HDEF is injected properly. No layout # can fix this too.

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and how we inject HDEF properly ellaosx?

But that is an subject for tomorrow, or for latter, that in here are 01:43 AM

Until tomorrow or latter to all...

And thanks

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17 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

The problem is that I can't erase that damn partitions. In disk utility that tiny partitions are greyed out with an * and I can't erase them... I tried time and time again... 

 

 

2 minutes ago, ellaosx said:

The main problem of MorenoAV is the HDEF injection, that is why the Devices under System Profiler>Audio is empty.

AppleALC has nothing to do with it yet untill HDEF is injected properly. No layout # can fix this too.

 

If you want to know what I'm talking about, just look at the config plist I've uploaded, then compare it with the two Jorge dumps. The efi partition aren't loaded at all. look again on the diskutil list, you'll find that he have 3 oss installed on one drive, the things are not properly working.

 

Boot into the USB, to do that, simply go to the bios settings click on boot override from that USB, once on installer screen, use disk utility and select the entire drive not partitions select the drive name, it will have SSD on it, format it  and install again, install on another partition that you can create High Sierra, and in the last step, you can create another partition to install windows on it

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37 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

The problem is that I can't erase that damn partitions. In disk utility that tiny partitions are greyed out with an * and I can't erase them... I tried time and time again... 

 

eject/umount target
diskutil apfs deleteContainer disk#

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38 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

and how we inject HDEF properly ellaosx?

But that is an subject for tomorrow, or for latter, that in here are 01:43 AM

Until tomorrow or latter to all...

And thanks

Boot from installer USB, booting into the Install MacOS and use Disk Utility, when in Disk Utility, click View all devices and select the disk and not the partitions, click erase.

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ok, still getting tearing, but much less after disablenvidia. and News and other new apps are functional without the tearing.

 

HBP

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