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1 minute ago, buzzworm said:

And when 10.14.6 comes I'll need to get new kexts patches right?

need wait apple release beta 10.14.6

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I'm not able to sleep the machine. Screen goes off, but no sleep. I can live without it, but if you know of a fix that would be great.

 

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2 minutes ago, buzzworm said:

I'm not able to sleep the machine. Screen goes off, but no sleep. I can live without it, but if you know of a fix that would be great.

 

run in terminal and paste result here

log show --style syslog | fgrep "Wake reason"

send me ur DSDT edited too

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same thing. Sleeps screen only.

 

Z390:~ user$ log show --style syslog | fgrep "Wake reason"

Z390:~ user$ 

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32 minutes ago, buzzworm said:

same thing. Sleeps screen only.

 

Z390:~ user$ log show --style syslog | fgrep "Wake reason"

Z390:~ user$ 

extract new SEND_ME, i'll check logs

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4 minutes ago, buzzworm said:

Here's a new send me. I created it from my current clover.

Send me Z390.zip

try with iMac18,1 smbios, change in boot, press O key in Clover boot screen, have all options there

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What about using newer smbios that matches my board more?

iMac 19,1 -> i5 8500B ,i5 8600, i5 9600k, i9 9900k.
iMac 19,2 -> i3 8100B, i5 8500B, i7 9700B.

 

Think I need 10.14.5 for this

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49 minutes ago, buzzworm said:

What about using newer smbios that matches my board more?

iMac 19,1 -> i5 8500B ,i5 8600, i5 9600k, i9 9900k.
iMac 19,2 -> i3 8100B, i5 8500B, i7 9700B.

 

Think I need 10.14.5 for this

yes, 10.14.5 or 10.14.4 update for new imacs

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Posted (edited)

I just upgraded the CPU from a i3-8100 to a 9900k.

Machine is rebooting after about 5 minutes. Do I need to rerun the "runme.app?" or just adjust the framebuffer?

Edited by buzzworm

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10 hours ago, buzzworm said:

I just upgraded the CPU from a i3-8100 to a 9900k.

Machine is rebooting after about 5 minutes. Do I need to rerun the "runme.app?" or just adjust the framebuffer?

last bios/uefi version? check if have new version with update to core 9th

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Posted (edited)

Yes. Bios at f6

Anytime I run the AJA Lite speed test on my brand new 970 Evo Plus it freaks out. 

Don't get proper read speeds, app locks up, then machine reboots.

Works fine on Intel 770p in PCIE m.2 adapter card.

Have tried both M.2 slots (M2Q and M2P) with 970 Evo Plusand get same results.

 

When I boot into Windows 10 Pro AJA lite works fine on 970 evo. 

 

UPDATE: Just read a thread that 970 EVO PLUS isn't compatible with Mojave.

https://www.reddit.com/r/hackintosh/comments/aufazp/freeze_with_samsung_970evo/

 

Edited by buzzworm

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Did the HelloWorld NVRAM test and it works. But when I run iMessageDebug it's showing ROM and Boardserialnumber as FAILED. I want to get iMessage working. Do I need fixes to DSDT or Osxaptiofix type driver to fix? 

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6 hours ago, buzzworm said:

Did the HelloWorld NVRAM test and it works. But when I run iMessageDebug it's showing ROM and Boardserialnumber as FAILED. I want to get iMessage working. Do I need fixes to DSDT or Osxaptiofix type driver to fix? 

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use hackintool, have all aoptions in app, is really nice app

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I see that export function, cool.

 

I tried using the EmuVariableUefi.efi driver and OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi to help help  read ROM / Boardserialnumber but it didn't help. NVRAM is working, but NOT seeing those 2 things.

How do I get those ??? and 00000000 values to be filled in?

What am I missing?

 

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2 hours ago, buzzworm said:

I see that export function, cool.

 

I tried using the EmuVariableUefi.efi driver and OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi to help help  read ROM / Boardserialnumber but it didn't help. NVRAM is working, but NOT seeing those 2 things.

How do I get those ??? and 00000000 values to be filled in?

What am I missing?

try generate one full smbios, with clover configurator

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Just tried generating another smbios 19,1 with clover configurator.

Same results.

Is iMessage working on your board? This is the last thing I need to get working on this rig.

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5 minutes ago, buzzworm said:

Just tried generating another smbios 19,1 with clover configurator.

Same results.

Is iMessage working on your board? This is the last thing I need to get working on this rig.

i don't use it, but work, in some cases just activate with apple phone

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This is always the hardest part of all my hackintoshes.

Other guides on this board are using EmuVariableUefi.efi driver and OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi and their ROM / Board values appear with these drivers. 

If you run Hackintool on your board are these values ??? and 0000000

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18 minutes ago, buzzworm said:

This is always the hardest part of all my hackintoshes.

Other guides on this board are using EmuVariableUefi.efi driver and OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi and their ROM / Board values appear with these drivers. 

If you run Hackintool on your board are these values ??? and 0000000

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