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26 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

hi guys don't argue because of me... my problem is really strange, but possibly have a solution, if not I have an perfectly working high Sierra and stick with it... until new betas from Mojave or until final release if needed be... 

All opinions are valid, and the sum of all make great leaps forward...

Replace your config with this one and test. Make a backup of your existing config before replacing it.

Remove any patched DSDT/SSDTs if you use them and test.

 

The IOREG shows the layout-id is set to 0 which is wrong.

config.plist.zip

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New installation of Mojave, and the saga continues, no sound and no audio devices... with alc 1.2.8 lilu and -lilubetaall flags...
Send me iMac-de-AC.lan.zip
But do you have working Ethernet? WiFi? Graphics? Cpu power management?

What are you using now that is the same as before a fresh install? DSDT? Have you tried without it?

Remember one thing at a time from most to least important. Most important is cpu power management, then maybe graphics then internet connectivity then audio.

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ALC889 and 1150 work perfect for with DSDT patch, all output work normaly. I use last Clover and last Lilu and AppleALC with -lilubeta and -alcbeta.

 

EDIT: All work and with Ozmosis and I prefer Oz.

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At this moment I have working wifi, ethernet, graphics, no cpu power management , I have no dsdt... and is all

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Please @MorenoAv, remove my files even if they doesn't did any KP or even if they are working on GIGABYTE 9 SERIES as shown in my signature, and even if the SSDT have only _DSMs that only put the needed thing into the desired device and even if the config have the minimal and even if we have same MANUFACTURER, and even if nothing special like machine poison. 

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At this moment I have working wifi, ethernet, graphics, no cpu power management , I have no dsdt... and is all
Is your cpu maxed out at limit or stuck at idle?
If you can install the intel power gadget it will tell you.

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ammoune/8 its nothing like that man, I forgot all the files in the ssd an when erased the ssd erased all the files, but they gave me kip's too, don't be mad at me please...

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18 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

Nope I don't touch anything until you came back.

The other one caused too many KP's that I opted to star with my old one... 

 

Ok, as SavageAUS suggested, make a backup of your current config and try the one he posted.

 

I cleaned your config even more than he did, so we can start real fresh.

 

NOW, one thing you should know is that Clover supports booting from specific config.plist. And you can select it in Clover UI.

So, let's say you want to make a backup of your current config and you can't boot with the new one.

Since you renamed your current config let's say config_bkp.plist, Clover will not boot from it by default. But you can still select it at Clover UI Settings!

 

Ooor, you can do it the other way around and keep your config.plist as default, and make your tests with the new config which you can name config2.plist or something. And of course, you will need to select THAT ONE at boot.

 

Now, I cleaned your config and it might look a little bit too clean. But that's ok. We can add everything back one by one. That's not a problem.

 

Anyway, you have my version of your config attached.

config.plist.zip

 

As I said. If KP on boot, then just boot from the other config using Clover's settings. You can select the other config on boot.

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I'll forget all the things because you still have same problem the layout id doesn't get injected, it's 0 in ioreg, while in the config you uploaded is 1. I didn't mean you by removing but other that said SSDT things, because he only he don't prefer them, so don't think bad on me to please, I was pleased by helping you, that's it, but removing things was for other user.

 

That said you still have the same problem for that drive and EFI, I'll leave my words and @In-N-Out to, about that problem.

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38 minutes ago, ricoc90 said:

Mojave runs fine on my Optiplex 790, however I'm having issues with light mode. The menu bar and other "overlay" items don't have any transparency, they're just plain grey. Anyone else with this issue? The dock and side panel are okay. Nvidia GT 710 with metal support

 

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I have same problem HD7770

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50 minutes ago, ricoc90 said:

Mojave runs fine on my Optiplex 790, however I'm having issues with light mode. The menu bar and other "overlay" items don't have any transparency, they're just plain grey. Anyone else with this issue? The dock and side panel are okay. Nvidia GT 710 with metal support

I have the same issue with my RX580 which has full support, once I enabled the Dark Mode and when I reverted back to Light Mode all hell breaks loose, I thinks it's a bug which will be fixed in the next release.

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40 minutes ago, ricoc90 said:


Yep. It is supported OOB. Everything works normal, other than the mentioned issues

I'll give it another try when I get home. Just to be sure. It could also be a bug. Wouldn't be the first one. :) 

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20 minutes ago, arsradu said:

 

 

Ok, as SavageAUS suggested, make a backup of your current config and try the one he posted.

 

I cleaned your config even more than he did, so we can start real fresh.

 

NOW, one thing you should know is that Clover supports booting from specific config.plist. And you can select it in Clover UI.

So, let's say you want to make a backup of your current config and you can't boot with the new one.

Since you renamed your current config let's say config_bkp.plist, Clover will not boot from it by default. But you can still select it at Clover UI Settings!

 

Ooor, you can do it the other way around and keep your config.plist as default, and make your tests with the new config which you can name config2.plist or something. And of course, you will need to select THAT ONE at boot.

 

Now, I cleaned your config and it might look a little bit too clean. But that's ok. We can add everything back one by one. That's not a problem.

 

Anyway, you have my version of your config attached.

config.plist.zip

 

As I said. If KP on boot, then just boot from the other config using Clover's settings. You can select the other config on boot.

And how do I do that or how to install the second config.plist, and how to choose from what to boot, in clover options or what?

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11 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

And how do I do that or how to install the second config.plist, and how to choose from what to boot, in clover options or what?

 

Once Clover UI is displayed, use your left-right arrow keys to go to the Settings icon (looks like a cog). Go there, go to Config, select the config you want to boot from, then go to Return and boot normally from your OS partition.

I'll try to take some screenshots and show you exactly what I mean. But I think you'll be able to find it on your own.

 

Instead of selecting directly the boot drive, make a detour through Clover Settings first, select the config you want to use -> Return, then boot.

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2 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

And how do I do that or how to install the second config.plist, and how to choose from what to boot, in clover options or what?

Inside your clover folder in your EFI partition you have your config.plist, if you place another one in there, say config-1.plist and reboot. You can then at your clover boot screen either press spacebar (or on the second row choose options - i cannot remember which it is sorry) on the operating system you wish to boot and choose a different config to boot with.

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For information only.
On the hackintosh PC I had a High Sierro 10.13.6.
On the same SSD, he made another partition and loaded the MacOS of Mojave.
Both systems work without error, the clover does not report any errors.

Whoever wants to try, I'm working 100% of both systems.

 

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7 minutes ago, SavageAUS said:

Also @MorenoAv How come your ioreg displays iMac14,2 when you have iMac15,1 in config.plist

 

Multiple configs... that's how.

One is in Send me iMac-de-AC.lan. And it's for an iMac14,2. Not to mention it's totally different than the one in CLOVER. The other one is in the Send me iMac-de-AC.lan/CLOVER folder and it's for iMac15,1.

@MorenoAv, please, make sure you don't have multiple configs with the same name (config.plist). All your configs should have different names (in case you have more than one) and should ALL be in /CLOVER.

 

You can have different configs with different names in /Clover. But not multiple configs with the same name.

Having a clean system is critical for this to work!

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ok i have to clean things up, and I'll delete all configs and came back wit a clean one, and the one arsradu gave me, but in he clover boot in options appears configs, but can't change the config to boot from... how do in solve this?

 

PS_ Deleted the other config.plist and made a backup, and this is it... 

config.plist backup.zip

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8 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

ok i have to clean things up, and I'll delete all configs and came back wit a clean one, and the one arsradu gave me, but in he clover boot in options appears configs, but can't change the config to boot from... how do in solve this?

 

Well, if you only have one, it won't give you any options. Since there is only one.

 

So, here are the options:

1. Either you rename your current/bootable config to something else, such as config_old.plist or config_bkp.plist or something similar, so you know that's the "good" one. Then you use the one I posted above the way it is, meaning with its current name (config.plist) and let Clover boot to it by default (you don't need to select anything in Clover Options for this case). But you will need to go to Clover Options and select config_old.plist in case the new one is not bootable.

2. OOOOR, you keep your good/bootable config with the current/default name and rename the NEW config that I posted to config_test.plist and THEN you will also have the options on Clover Options and you will be able to select config_test.plist for booting.

 

So, the choice is yours. Whichever option you prefer. Just make sure you know exactly which config is your bootable one, and which one is the test one.

 

IF your current config is bootable, then I'd suggest we use option nr 2.

Which means that you will need to download and rename the config I posted above to anything you want. Then use Clover Options to select it.

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@ricoc90

The Apple iMac18,3 doesn't have the same issue which can be said it's a hack related issue, however the light mode shows a dimmer menu which is because of the transparency of the menus in macOS Mojave as shown in the picture.

 

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The issue can be fixed (or better to say a workaround rather than a fix) by changing the transparency of the menus in System Preferences -> Accessibility -> Display -> Reduce transparency 

 

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its done config.plist and config_old.plist... and now I'm goin to reboot and see what happens...

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3 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

its done config.plist and config_old.plist... and now I'm goin to reboot and see what happens...

 

ok. I've got screenshots too.

So: go to Options -> Configs, select the config you want (press Enter on it), then select Return, then select your boot drive, as usual. That's how you select a custom config.

 

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rebooted and no problem, the only thing I want to know is from what configuration? how do I see it?

In principle it is the config.plist you gave me right?

 

iMac de AC.zip

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