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I've got High Sierra 10.13.6 running pretty well on a i5-6400, h370n gigabyte itx mobo, w/ sapphire 580 radeon GPU.

 

This is my second clean install trying to see if I can get my audio ports on my box working. First time around I had sleep/wake perfect but now it's mostly restarting on sleep and not waking up if it doesn't restart. I'm also getting 2-3 second freezes now every few minutes, which I wasn't before. Not sure what happened there. And I still don't have access to my audio jacks on the front or rear of my box. I can pipe it through HDMI or DisplayPort, and I also have a USB audio jack dongle, but would definitely like to use the native ports.  I've tried all id-layouts for my codec.

 

I also replaced the wifi card on the mobo with a BCM94352Z DW1560 but I'm not getting Wifi or BT through it. Possible I didn't seat it correctly when replacing it, but I'm trying everything else before I tear the mobo apart again.

 

Any ideas on how to get this operating as smoothly as possible would be much appreciated

 

Current kext list: 

 

AppleALC.kext

FakeSMC.kext

IntelMausiEthernet.kext

Lilu.kext

SmallTreeIntel82576.kext

USBInjectAll.kext

WhateverGreen.kext

XHCI-300-series-injector.kext

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DW1560 does not work OOB. It needs DSDT injection for compatibility with a supported model such BCM9360 14e4:43a0 or Brcm4360 kext patching to inject BCM4352 14e4:43b1. You may also use Rehabman's FakePCIIC + FakePCIID_Broadcom_Wifi. To me, DSDT patching is the most efficient solution since it's done once and for all and does not require to cache or inject any additional kexts. You'll find more details here:

https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/2120-inventory-of-supported-and-unsupported-wireless-cards/

https://osxlatitude.com/forums/forum/104-wireless-and-bluetooth/

 

Regarding Bluetooth, you'll have to install/inject Rehabman's patching kexts:

  • BrcmPatchRAM2
  • BrCMFirmwareRepo

As a pre-requisite, you'll have to make sure that the BT module is visible in System Information (SysProfiler) USB section. If it's not, then you need to make sure all your USB ports -internal one included- work Ok.

 

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12 hours ago, Hervé said:

To me, DSDT patching is the most efficient solution since it's done once and for all and does not require to cache or inject any additional kexts. You'll find more details here:

 

Regarding Bluetooth, you'll have to install/inject Rehabman's patching kexts:

  • BrcmPatchRAM2
  • BrCMFirmwareRepo

As a pre-requisite, you'll have to make sure that the BT module is visible in System Information (SysProfiler) USB section. If it's not, then you need to make sure all your USB ports -internal one included- work Ok.

 

I've tried various combinations of rehab man's kexts in the clover EFI and in S/L/E, so maybe DSDT patching is the way to go? From reading through the links I'm still not exactly sure how to go about that but I'll continue digging...thanks!

 

Also, the module definitely does not show up in SysProfiler. All USB ports work. Maybe I just didn't install correctly.

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Your wireless card is not registered in IOReg, so it's clearly not seen/detected by the computer at all. You ought to check that out, both physically and in BIOS settings.

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For those in the future: the EFI zip on this hackintosher post without modification got me up and running close to 100%. I'm even avoiding updating the kexts because if it ain't broke etc etc.

 

For sound I went with VoodooHDA which is the only thing that got my audio jacks working. I flagged the halfvolumefix to true in the .plist and it's now running perfectly.

 

Still no WiFi.

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nope

 

just run in terminal

 

log show --last boot --style syslog

and u see

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