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28 minutes ago, vit9696 said:

Resolved in master, thank you.


Sukses boot with latest commit of AppleSupportPkg and OpenCorePkg.

new line about Audio has been applied,, no error stuff. And now waiting for Guide of Audio :)

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46 minutes ago, vit9696 said:

Resolved in master, thank you.

thanks a lot @vit9696!!! from now on, after rebuild up from master build with mcbuild.tool, no longer showing up the "Password:" string when booted.

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1 hour ago, telepati said:

Where can I find memcheck.efi? It is inside of the sample.plist but can find any info about it on Docs.

The third-party program, it is simple for an example. But it exists.

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55 minutes ago, Andrey1970 said:

The third-party program, it is simple for an example. But it exists.

Ok, but where can we find this utility? 'Cause I googled it but can't find anything about it? is this similar thing with Memtest?

 

 

BTW, HideAuxiliary does not hide Tools on the BootPicker.

 

I added HdaCodecDump.efi to Tools and my HideAuxiliary set to YES, but it's just hiding Clear NVRAM and Recovery. Doesn't HideAuxiliary hide Tools?

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i am trying to learn patching dsdt's. I have been trying to understand an Opencore guide (here: https://khronokernel.github.io/Getting-Started-With-ACPI/Desktops/desktop-ec.html

to patch a Coffee Lake AWAC issue and just don't get it. I really need to learn so I can test many different motherboards.

What I have done:

So I used SSDTTime to dump my dsdt, then I used iasel to decompile, then go over to Maciasl to add the necessary Coffee Lake patches form here:  https://khronokernel-2.gitbook.io/opencore-vanilla-desktop-guide/intel-config.plist/coffee-lake

and that is where I am lost. In Clover RTC it is an easy Acpi Patch, but I am just not getting this lol. 

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7 hours ago, telepati said:

Ok, but where can we find this utility? 'Cause I googled it but can't find anything about it? is this similar thing with Memtest?

 

 

BTW, HideAuxiliary does not hide Tools on the BootPicker.

 

I added HdaCodecDump.efi to Tools and my HideAuxiliary set to YES, but it's just hiding Clear NVRAM and Recovery. Doesn't HideAuxiliary hide Tools?

HideAuxiliary only hides tools that are explicitly marked as Auxiliary = YES. Read the manual please ;)

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18 minutes ago, vit9696 said:

HideAuxiliary only hides tools that are explicitly marked as Auxiliary = YES. Read the manual please ;)

Thanks, man, I got it to know, why every tool have an "Auxiliary" key.

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47 minutes ago, vit9696 said:

HideAuxiliary only hides tools that are explicitly marked as Auxiliary = YES. Read the manual please ;)

There are more parameters than that. You don't have to mark something explicitly for it to be hidden with this setting.

 

An entry is considered auxiliary when at least one of the following applies:

 

 Entry is macOS recovery.
 Entry is explicitly marked as Auxiliary.

 Entry is system (e.g. Clean NVRAM).

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3 hours ago, vit9696 said:

HideAuxiliary only hides tools that are explicitly marked as Auxiliary = YES. Read the manual please ;)


I know this too early,, but any hints to get BootChime work?? i have used latest OpencorePkg and AppleSupportPkg

 

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I'm trying a few days of OpenCore on the Lenovo  G50-70.

When the boot starts - goes in the loop - ACM endlessly tries to register Biometrics and ends with tx_flush: 1028.... and here it stands

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As far as I know my G50-70 doesn't have a finger print reader. There is no such setup in BIOS either. 

Here is my last version of OC EFI (with ACM loop). MacOS Catalina 10.15.3 (19D76)
Maybe someone can fix it. Thanks for help.

OC EFI G50-70 Version 10.zip

 

 

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Guys, I don't get it what is this "#" sign doing exactly?

 

Explanation this;

Fixed drivers starting with # not being skipped

 

But what does exactly mean?

 

Cause when we compile AppSupportPkg. AudioDxe.efi coming without the "#" sign. But now the default sample.plist adding efi with "#AudioDxe.efi" If I do not add "#" to AudioDxe.efi will not work or with and without work?

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14 minutes ago, telepati said:

Guys, I don't get it what is this "#" sign doing exactly?

 

Explanation this;

Fixed drivers starting with # not being skipped

 

But what does exactly mean?

 

Cause when we compile AppSupportPkg. AudioDxe.efi coming without the "#" sign. But now the default sample.plist adding efi with "#AudioDxe.efi" If I do not add "#" to AudioDxe.efi will not work or with and without work?

 

Just a opinion, take a look at commit lines: #  = commented = skip.

 

 

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Asus Z77 Gene V + 3770k - problem with PM and SSDT

 

Hi guys,

 

I'm having some issues with PM I guess. When I'm using NullCPUPowerManagement.kext my CPU is working at 3.5-3.6GHz max.. so no proper turbo boots and also when in IDLE it's constantly 2+GHz... but at least everything else works fine. No freeze or crashing.

 

My MBO Bios is patched with UEFIPatch... Using latest OpenCore (EFI folder attached).. I have generated SSDT.aml file with ssdtprgen.sh and it's added to config and proper folder. After I disable NullCPUPowerManagement it boots properly and checking with Intel Power Gadget Max frequency is 3.9GHz, IDLE 1.6GHz and everything seems fine.. but after 1min or so everything just freeze... Do I have to apply some patch? Really not sure why I'm getting that complete freeze each time I disable NullCPUPowerManagement and enable generated SSDT.aml..

 

Thank you for your help and suggestions!

 

 

EFI.zip

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On 2/27/2020 at 3:54 PM, mikorist said:

Maybe someone can fix it. Thanks for help.

 

I made it. Thanks to everyone for the explanations backwards. I just haven't figured out how to have battery percentage. 

 

 

 

 

G50-70-EFI.zip

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40 minutes ago, milekekin said:

Asus Z77 Gene V + 3770k - problem with PM and SSDT

 

Hi guys,

 

I'm having some issues with PM I guess. When I'm using NullCPUPowerManagement.kext my CPU is working at 3.5-3.6GHz max.. so no proper turbo boots and also when in IDLE it's constantly 2+GHz... but at least everything else works fine. No freeze or crashing.

 

My MBO Bios is patched with UEFIPatch... Using latest OpenCore (EFI folder attached).. I have generated SSDT.aml file with ssdtprgen.sh and it's added to config and proper folder. After I disable NullCPUPowerManagement it boots properly and checking with Intel Power Gadget Max frequency is 3.9GHz, IDLE 1.6GHz and everything seems fine.. but after 1min or so everything just freeze... Do I have to apply some patch? Really not sure why I'm getting that complete freeze each time I disable NullCPUPowerManagement and enable generated SSDT.aml..

 

Thank you for your help and suggestions!

 

 

EFI.zip

 

What do you mean by "My MBO Bios is patched with UEFIPatch..." ?

 

To get CPU PM, you do not use NullCPUPowerManagement.kext - that kext was an old trick to disable AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext which helped to stop panicking when it could not write to CPU MSR's because many BIOS did not enable it.

In OpenCore, to disable AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext, set kernel->quirks->DummyPowerManagement=true.

BUT, instead, try this: Kernel->Quirks->AppleCpuPmCfgLock = true

 

You do you really need the FOUR LAPIC Kernel patches ?

If you really want to do that, set Kernel->Quirks->LapicKernelPanic=true

 

 

You have set Kernel->Quirks->AppleXcpmCfgLock=true. This will not do anything on Ivy Bridge without enabling XCPM CPU Power management (which is not documented).

 

Read the Configuration.pdf document for the above.

 

 

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I managed to fix my problem by regenerating SSDT with -c 3 -x 0 ... and also enabling HPET in bios.. not sure how that's related, but no more freezes... NullCPUPowerManagement is now completely removed and boost is working fine.

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@vit9696 doc for Audio Feature is documented in OC and i tried to follow it.

I got this message with debug version and i only get "single short beep" audio in builtin picker. Or it's by designed??

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