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Update for 14.4 beta 5, ran once again easily on the = X58 == Fujitsu Celsius R670 ===  Clover_v2.4k_r4898  :thumbsup_anim:

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X58 is still quite a reliable and capable platform. I got two nearly ten years old machines but they seems to work like they were brand new. Did you notice some improvement, if any, with Geekbench results?

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4 hours ago, Vampirexx said:

There is a workaround to make it work the geforce 1060 gtx on mojave?

Yep! Honestly, there is even more than one option! In fact, at least three options! Either Nvidia and Apple come to an agreement and decide to publish the Web Driver dedicated to Mojave, or you trade your graphics for an AMD RX or Vega, or just use Windows or Linux... ;)

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14 hours ago, Fergarth said:

Yep! Honestly, there is even more than one option! In fact, at least three options! Either Nvidia and Apple come to an agreement and decide to publish the Web Driver dedicated to Mojave, or you trade your graphics for an AMD RX or Vega, or just use Windows or Linux... ;)

 

Lol very useful indeed :D i mean kext workaround or injection, not "buy something else or install something else" anyway thanx.... let's hope Apple and Nvidia come to an accord

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Maybe what we need is a FakeNVIDIA kext.

There's other Fake kexts around for network, usb etc, so why not for NVIDIA

OR some way of Faking the ID to a card that is compatible:thumbsup_anim:

Current Cards should be backward compatible I'd say.

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22 hours ago, STLVNUB said:

Maybe what we need is a FakeNVIDIA kext.

There's other Fake kexts around for network, usb etc, so why not for NVIDIA

OR some way of Faking the ID to a card that is compatible:thumbsup_anim:

Current Cards should be backward compatible I'd say.

 

They aren't. There are fundamental architecture differences between Nvidia generations that necessitate driver-level changes in how they interface with the hardware. 

Besides, we already have ways to fake PCI ids for devices via clover and that doesn't work.

 

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2 hours ago, Zakk4223 said:

They aren't.

They aren't what?

So a DX12 GC can't do DX9? They sure can, software and hardware wise.

I wouldn't be at all surprised that IF Nvidia can't put out a web driver for Mojave, that some smart individual

will  figure out a way to make them work, and I also suspect that it won't be that hard to do.

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is there any other way than switchresx to set the display millions of colors, esp. to set it permanently?:( it always changes into billions of colors after I update.

 

thanks.:thumbsup_anim:

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updated to beta 6. just needed to add sound kext. and internet kext. using a very very old Nvidia card. just till my new  Msi Vega56 comes today

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2 hours ago, C.Frio said:

hi...

I made an update from beta 4 to beta6 using this new link...

https://github.com/Gengik84/MacOS_Updater/commit/04fe7e49e0ad12084bcf17a26b0d2cb680714880

 

at the other time beta 3 to beta4 it works ok

at this time I got some icons do not appear..any idea?  I"m on a ga z97 with rx460..

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c.frio

 

 

Assuming you have the applications in your applications folder for the app icons that are missing in your dock, I would at least try the terminal command killall Dock.

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Hi.. 

Thank you for your answer..

At application folder they show the same annonimous icon as the dock..

C.frio

Edit..any folder or files can I add from previous OS to fix those issues?

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On 3/20/2019 at 10:57 AM, C.Frio said:

Hi.. 

Thank you for your answer..

At application folder they show the same annonimous icon as the dock..

C.frio

Edit..any folder or files can I add from previous OS to fix those issues?

 

Are all of the missing icons for Apple apps or are any third-party apps?  If they are only Apple apps, you might try reinstalling the update using your recovery partition.  Otherwise, you might consider going into Time Machine and just extracting the .icns file for each app that lacks an icon and put it in the appropriate resources folder.  I have no idea what could have caused this to happen.

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hi...

thanks...they are..mail,notes,photos messenges,face time, iTunes..

can you tell me where to find the right files .icns..( I have another ssd with 10.14.3)..so I will copy and put in the 

Mojave 10.14.4 beta6...

thanks

c.frio

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46 minutes ago, C.Frio said:

hi...

thanks...they are..mail,notes,photos messenges,face time, iTunes..

can you tell me where to find the right files .icns..( I have another ssd with 10.14.3)..so I will copy and put in the 

Mojave 10.14.4 beta6...

thanks

c.frio

 

Here, take a look at this.  Take note of the file path in the status bar.  It should be just about the same for all of the apps.

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P.S. - Check the icon files in your current apps.  See if they are missing or corrupt.  If they look OK, replacing them with other icon files may not solve your problem.

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