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    • By Gigamaxx
      Edit From Shaneee: This topic is only for kernel testing and development. Any help questions regarding the installation should be made at the locations below,
       
      Installation help - http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/forum/637-amd/
      Post Installation help - http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/forum/641-amd/
       
      HighSierra AMD Kernel Github - https://github.com/Shaneee92/AMD-High-Sierra-XNU
       
      You can boot a test kernel by naming the downloaded kernel.test Placing it in S/L/K and running sudo kextcache -u /
      You can then load the test kernel in Clover with the boot arg kcsuffix=test without removing or modifying the current working kernel.
       
      Please list your current system specs like CPU, Motherboard, Graphics card etc.. in your signature line.   This will help others with similar builds to offer help if they know a solution.
       
       
      Update: 10/3/17
       
      System kext.  http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=262357
       
       
      Here is a link to a video to create a USB installer from XCiLNZ:  http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/325514-amd-high-sierra-kernel-release-and-testing/page-18?do=findComment&comment=2514401
       
      Here is a link for Ryzen USB install it has modified scripts for Ryzen CPU/Motherboard. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/325514-amd-high-sierra-kernel-release-and-testing/page-24?do=findComment&comment=2519914
       
      High Sierra is working on AMD systems using the above linked kernels and system kexts.    You can add kernel and System kext to an existing High Sierra drive or clone, or follow the USB installer and load a fresh install.    
       
      There are many different motherboards with very different bios, USB port, overclocking, and memory/sata/nvme layouts.    Fixes for one person may not work for someone else, don't get frustrated, try something new.  There may not be any one configuration that works for everybody.      
       
      Please use these threads for help with Installation and post installation questions.
       
      Installation help - http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/forum/637-amd/
      Post Installation help - http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/forum/641-amd/
       
       
      Some Professional App issues and or fixes on this thread for Ryzen systems.. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/329125-amd-ryzen-macos-high-sierra1013-professional-software-running-test/
    • By spakk
      Hey @ll, here you can ask several special questions about Ryzen CPUs or installation
    • By xxGOMESxx
      Uma "ajudinha" aki clã,
      Eu tenho a R9 270 e gostaria de mais informações de como instalar os drivers. Eu tentei arrumar os drivers aki no Yosemite, ja vi várias pessoas que conseguiram instalar a R9 270x e algumas q instalaram com a R9 270. Na primeira vez que eu inicio o hackinsoth (pra instalar) funciona tudo normal com os boot args: /amd1 npci=0x3000 (note que eu uso um processador AMD, mas atualmente não interfere mais na performance do hackintosh, visto que ele não necessita mais de um processador Intel). Depois de usar esses boot args, a instalação ocorre perfeitamente e o primeiro boot também, porém sem os drivers da placa de vídeo, ou seja, animações travando muito. Outro problema que encontro é que, sempre quando reinicio o PC depois de acabar de reparar as permissões, etc. na hora de fazer login ele trava na tela com o mouse rodando (aquela bolinha colorida) e um loop infinito nessa tela sempre acontece. Espero conseguir ajuda. Eu sei que isso também deve ter algo a ver com o FrameBuffer, mas das poucas vezes que eu consegui mudar alguma coisa nas configurações do clover, na hora de reiniciar e fazer login, o loop depois da tela de bloqueio ocorre novamente. Eu sempre usei hackintosh no meu Notebook da Dell, mas agora que tenho uma máquina que eu sei que tem suporte eu fico nervoso por não conseguir instalar tudo certinho, porque sei que o erro, com certeza sou eu quem está cometendo. Mas gostaria de ajuda ^^
       
      Minha placa de vídeo: Gigabyte Radeon R9 270 (OC Version).
      Meu processador: AMD FX4300 (funcionando com o boot arg: /amd1)
      Minha placa mãe: GA-78LMT-USB3 rev5 (tudo funcionando também, boot args: npci=0x3000)
      Memória RAM: 8GB HyperX
       
      OBS: A versão do FrameBuffer que eu preciso não aparece no kext  AMD7000Controller nem no AMD4000XController (já cliquei em "show package content" mas n achei meu FrameBuffer que provavelmente é o Futomaki, mas não tenho certeza.
       
      OBS 2: Já ativei a opção InjectATI no Clover e também ja salvei e substitui as configurações (substitui o arquivo do clover, pelo meu editado com os meus boot args, framebuffer info, etc.
       
      OBS 3: Não se esquecam de me ajudar também, se possível na correção desse bug da tela de login que eu comentei. Provavelmente após corrigir esse problema da placa de vídeo, não acontecerá mais nenhum loop, mas como também não tenho certeza, peço ajuda novamente.
       
      OBRIGADO PESSOAL, BEIJO NA TESTA DE VCS KKKK
       
      P.S.: RXILHA
    • By Rrrrrrrrrrr
      Hey!
       
      I was succesful in installing Snow Leopard on my AMD build. Specs:
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      Asus M4A77 (AMD770)
      6gb DDR2
      Asus GTX 580 1536mb
       
      The system boots fine and everything works fine (Audio, ethernet, usb etc.) But when I get to installing the drivers for my GTX580, things go wrong. The install seems to be succesful as the fermi drivers for 10.6.8 should work fine as I read in quite a few user experiences.
       
      However, they don't for me. In verbose boot everything seems to be OK and content loads up pretty quickly (even the gfx card is recognized as a GTX580). But just when it's about to enter Mac OS X, I get a black screen and my system restarts. Leaving me without any information to work with.
       
      Any help would be greatly appreciated!
       
       
      Update!
       
       
      I finally got my GTX 580 to work with Nvidia drivers in 10.6.8, but to get past the black screen I have to boot into safe mode. This causes key elements of the OS to not work/be disabled. Like audio, ethernet and partial USB functionality.
       
      Without -x the system loads things up quickly on boot but when it gets to entering OS X, I just get a black screen followed by a system restart. In safe mode my machine boots with full 1920x1080 resolution and card is recognized.
       
      What to do?
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