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23 hours ago, certuna said:

For some reason the PlatformID selection dropdown menus in Hackintool 2.0.3 are screwed up? For example, when I select Skylake in the first dropdown list (IntelGen), I get the PlatformIDs from the Sandy Bridge list (0x00030010, 0x00030030, 0x00040000, etc) in the second dropdown list.

Can you give me detailed instructions on how I can replicate this and attach any files necessary.

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Hackintool v2.0.4 Released

- Apply Clover patches (KernelToPatch, KextToPatch, DSDT Renames)

- View, create and edit NVRAM variables (be careful!)

- View installed Lilu + Plugins, download and automatically compile the latest versions

 

Since this is a massive update with lots of new features I would appreciate feedback on them.

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7 minutes ago, iCanaro said:

@headkaze url NoVPAJpeg is correct???

Fixed. Thanks for pointing it out.

 

Thanks to the work of CaseySJ and others Hackintool v2.0.8 now has a Patch->System Configs menu with various configurations you can try if your Coffee Lake system is being troublesome.

 

 

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Hackintool can compile Lilu and its plugins (see screenshot).

 

1. Launch Hackintool
2. Click the Installed button at the top
3. Select the items you want to compile
4. Click the compile button
5. Wait for the compile to end (indicated by the progress bar)

 

It should create a folder on your desktop called Lilu_Build. In the Release folder will be the files you need (Eg. Lilu.kext and WhateverGreen.kext). Copy them to /L/E or /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other (depending on your configuration).

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I'm having a problem or a bug, when I put it to generate the patch for any video card, it appears that

  "patch output" "<? xml version =" 1.0 "encoding =" UTF-8 "?>
<! DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "- // Apple // DTD PLIST 1.0 // EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version = "1.0">
<dict>
<key> Devices </ key>
<dict>
<key> Properties </ key>
<dict />
</ dict>
</ dict>
</ plist> "

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6 hours ago, pdevonie said:

I'm having a problem or a bug, when I put it to generate the patch for any video card, it appears that

  "patch output" "<? xml version =" 1.0 "encoding =" UTF-8 "?>
<! DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "- // Apple // DTD PLIST 1.0 // EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version = "1.0">
<dict>
<key> Devices </ key>
<dict>
<key> Properties </ key>
<dict />
</ dict>
</ dict>
</ plist> "

 

 

Hi

 

All works fine on IvyBridge Platform (Intel HD 4000) here. Do you have the good platformID form your sandyBridge?

 

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Então eu tenho um Intel HD 3000, justo quando coloco o Intel HD 3000 e Gero O patch gera essa mensagem mesmo quando Eu coloquei outro Intel HD graphics, exemplo um Intel 630 Mesmo assim ele gera a mesma mensagem, não sei mais o que fazer, vou instalar o TeamViewer nele, posso estar passando o 12:20 login no horário de Brasília, ou se você tem WhatsApp para nós estar conversando, é 5511971746752

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I Put another text beyond what it was to send

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7 hours ago, Matgen84 said:

 

Oi

 

Tudo funciona bem na plataforma IvyBridge (Intel HD 4000) aqui. Você tem o bom platformID forma o seu sandyBridge?

 

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Then I have an Intel HD 3000, just when I put the Intel HD 3000 and Gero The patch it generates that message even when I put another Intel HD graphics, example an Intel 630 Even so it generates the same message, no longer know what to do, I will install TeamViewer on it , I may be passing the 12:20 login at the Brasilia time, or if you have WhatsApp for us to be chatting, it is 5511971746752

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1 hour ago, pdevonie said:

Then I have an Intel HD 3000, just when I put the Intel HD 3000 and Gero The patch it generates that message even when I put another Intel HD graphics, example an Intel 630 Even so it generates the same message, no longer know what to do, I will install TeamViewer on it , I may be passing the 12:20 login at the Brasilia time, or if you have WhatsApp for us to be chatting, it is 5511971746752

 

Sorry, I can't help you. @headkaze can surely do it

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Hi headkaze,

 

thanks for the very helpful tool, realy great.

 

Just to gor beyond borders: My USB 3.1 stick reaches maximum 3.0 speed on all 3.1 ports, half of the speed compared with my Macbook.

This ist still pretty fast, about 12 sec for a 2 GB testfile. But on my Macbook it is blazing 5 seconds, similar to SSD speed.

Its a type A Sandisk Extreme Pro stick.

 

What to do to reach 3.1 speed on my Asus Maximum Hero X? Your tool offers USB 3.0 and USB C, but no USB 3.1. Is 3.1 speed not reachable?

Edited by Smallersen

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Hi Headkaze and friends...

I post here what I discovered thanks to Maldon and his team in Olarila. I have a Hack with Mobo GA Z370 HD3, processor Intel CoffeLake i5 8400, graphics UHD 630...

I use lastest hackintool to apply the video patch on the UHD 630.

I leave this information in case it is useful for other users

 

So, what I did:

 

- follow this guide: https://olarila.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=62&amp;t=9275
- Set Platform ID to 0x3E9B0007
- on the first try, change smbios to MacMini 8.1 and in connectors I changed the active connector (in red) by type hdmi, which is the correct one of the mother. Result: the hack boots but the screen looks all in shades of pink.
- So I changed three things: the smbios to imac 18,3 and changed this parameters in hackintool patch:

ID: 3E9B0007, STOLEN: 57 MB, FBMEM: 0 bytes, VRAM: 1536 MB, Flags: 0x00801302
TOTAL STOLEN: 58 MB, TOTAL CURSOR: 1 MB (1572864 bytes), MAX STOLEN: 172 MB, MAX OVERALL: 173 MB (181940224 bytes)
GPU Name: Intel UHD Graphics 630
Model Name(s):
Camelia: Disabled
Mobile: 0, PipeCount: 3, PortCount: 3, FBMemoryCount: 3
[1] busId: 0x05, pipe: 9, type: 0x00000400, flags: 0x000003C7 - DP
[2] busId: 0x04, pipe: 10, type: 0x00000400, flags: 0x000003C7 - DP
[3] busId: 0x06, pipe: 8, type: 0x00000400, flags: 0x000003C7 - DP
01050900 00040000 C7030000
02040A00 00040000 C7030000
03060800 00040000 C7030000


- As you can see, I went back to all the connectors as DP
- But in the hackintool patch, I turned on the option DP → HDMI (patch /advanced)
- Result: no more pink screen but video glitches issues
- So, I changed the smbios definition again to MacMini 8,1
- Result: everything seems to be ok now!!
- Now, all connectors appears as HDMI

 

But, as I only have a monitor, with an HDMI port ... and my mobo has only two outputs: hdmi and dvi ... well, II do not worry too much (or should it be something to worry about it being that way?)

 

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I send you some screenshots to confirm that everything seems fine (for now, ja!)

 

 

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The only thing that seems strange to me is that (supposedly) the values of "stolen, fbmem" etc ss you can see in the previous parameters, but they do not seem to reflect or are different (as can be seen in hackintool screenshot)

 

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EDITED: apparently this is solved by generating the patch again and NOT selecting the option "DVMT pre-alloc 32 MB". Also, I did not select the option "VRAM 2048 MB"

 

 

For now, I tried the screen off and the sleep mode, and apparently it goes back well without black screen

Well, if everything seems perfect, I continue with this configuration ... but in any case I am attentive to advice and suggestions!

Many thanks for all that help, friends!

 

Something to advise: I do not know if it is related to having generated the patch for the video or with the current (newer) version of hackintool, but I had to generate the USB patch again because all the ports appeared as "internal"

 

 

I attach the config.plist if anybody needs it...

 

 

 

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config.plist.zip

 

 

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I've got an Intel 8th gen 8300 w/Intel 630 & Nvidia 1050 GTX.  I run the Olarila High Sierra USB (since all attempts at trying Mojave have failed), and get video while it's running the scripts, and then goes black (I'm assuming that it's on the drive partitioning/formatting screen).  Can anybody give me a hand so I can get the video working on this?  Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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1 minute ago, ctich said:

"The document "iMac - Sergey.ioreg" could not be opened. It appears to be corrupted."

 

Can you run "ioreg -p IODeviceTree -n platform | grep boot-log >boot-log.txt" in Terminal and attach boot-log.txt here.

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Hackintool v2.1.9 Released
- Added Github kext downloading. The download version may be older than the source version. Also due to Github API rate limits it will store the latest download urls.
- Added Install kext(s) function
- Added Rebuild KextCache and Repair Permissions function

- Buy me a Beer button added if you want to support my craft beer habit (and continued work on Hackintool) :)

 

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