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I'm member of this community for 10 years and now I feel I can finally somehow help to other beginners like me, who has the same or similar hardware like me.
Here is my EFI partition with OpenCore 0.6.1 configured for
Asus Maximus VI Formula (chipset Z87)
Intel Core i5-4670K @ 4GHz
32GB DDR3 1600MHz
Sapphire Radeon RX480 4GB
I removed SN, UUID and others unique values from config.plist so don't forget to fill yours own or generate new. For beginners like me is very useful OpenCore Configurator
Its compatible with macOS Catalina. I'm not sure, but I think that Mojave works also.
I spent a lot of time by resolving problem with integrated sound card (Realtek ALC1150). If you have problems with sound, try another layout number via alcid=XX in boot-args. For Maximums VI Formula value 5 match the best I think. For more info how to fix soundcard read here: https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Post-Install/universal/audio.html
I apologies for the broadcast message but i have decided to reinstall my Hackintosh machine using Catalina 10.15.6 and .... I'm stuck at "PCI configuration begin"..
My configuration is:
Asus X99 Deluxe Core i7 5960x 32 Gb memory GTX 980
Knowing that my graphic card would not be fully recognised in Catalina i have also tried to install High Sierra but I managed to get exactly to the same point and i have therefore decided to give another try to Catalina and .... I'm still stuck.
(FYI I had managed to install 10.8 on my machine a while ago but a few things have changed since then and I may be missing a trick).
In a nutshell I believe my issue is linked to this message that i'm getting:
Waiting on <dict ID="0"><key>IOProviderClass</key><string ID="1">IOResources</string><key>IOResourcesMatch</key><string ID="2">boot-uuid-media</string></dict>
I tried all options (with/without flags and with/without kext) but i think that my issue is between my DSDT, SSDT and config.plist files.
Any help would be much appreciated!
I have attached my EFI folder and the print screen with the error message.
Let me know if you need any further information.
Thanks a lot
I would like to ask for some advice or help even.
I have had some usability issues in the past with my hackintosh so I installed Mojave for the second time but it keeps producing the same exact problem. Most of the time the system stutters and lags after login. The app icons just bounce if I want to open them and even if it does it takes forever. Another thing I picked up on is that it seems like there's no internet access whenever this occurs. The problem ceases after like 2-3 restarts and everything is back to normal.
What could cause an issue like this? I had the same thing happening with my previous install but I thought that was because of unnecessary kexts I left in the EFI. I only have the bare minimum required this time so I'm kinda lost.
Mobo: Gigabyte B360M D3H
Graphics: Radeon Vega 64 8OC
CPU: Intel i7 8700k
Ram: 32 Gig
SSD: Samsung Evo 860 250gb
I also have a separate HDD with Windows 10 installed for gaming purposes. I would greatly appreciate any kind of help, thanks in advance!
*This guide is deprecated and will not be maintained anymore*
Update: Now running Mojave! Thanks to mojave2core! Yeah Still using C2D in 2019!
Inserted a nice and cheap GT710 that is not relying on nVidias Webdrivers and runs OOB under Mojave.
Nice, seeing High Sierra running on this old but capable system! It rocks with a new ASUS GT1030
6 GB DDR2 RAM
Asus GT1030 2GB
Sandisk SSD 128GB
TP-Link AC1200 Wifi USB
Inateck KT4006 USB 3.0 PCIe (No boot)
Clover: 4297 4360
A good deal of DSDT editing was necessary to get this machine to boot High Sierra but finally it works flawlessly, even sleep and wake!
You NEED to have the DSDT put in place for installation because otherwise macOS doesn't recognize the SATA ports.
There are a few important BIOS settings: SATA hast to be set to AHCI and "native" and HPET has to be run "64-bit", I'd recommend to disable IDE and the serial and parallel port.
For the GT1030 nVidia Webdrivers are needed, have to boot with nv_disable=1 until you have them installed.
You have to install Clover in legacy mode because this old fella does not support UEFI.
Only downside: The so often recommended Inateck USB-card isn't recognized by BIOS, so you cannot boot from it. It works perfectly within macOS though, have the ac-Wifi connected to it.