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mojave work on my vmware and parallels but don't on my pc after installed
 
  • HP XW6600 Workstation Case - HP Motherboard
  • Two (2) Intel Dual Core Xeon Processors at 2.33GHz each for Total of 4 Execution Cores
  • ram ddr2 16gb
  • nVidia g610 2GB 
  • bios legacy
  • MOJ.JPG

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use this tool  macOS Mojave Patcher Tool for Unsupported Macs 

Creat  your USB Pin Drive with the of Mojave Patcher  Install  enjoy

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There is no need to use the Mojave patcher for Unsupported Macs which replaces many files and this is poorly documented. You'd better stay away from that tool and build your USB installer using the usual direct method with the createinstallmedia command.

 

If you have Xeon CPUs of the Core2Duo/Core2Quad generation (with SSE4.1 instructions set but no SSE4.2), you'll just need to replace the telemetry plugin by High Sierra's version to boot Mojave. This is documented in many many places and you can find details here for instance. Failing that, you'll only experience resets/reboots as you try to boot Mojave (booting the USB installer should be Ok though).

 

Please specify your exact Xeon models and we'll be able to tell you what applies to your HP workstation. The full workstation specs would greatly help too, you know... Add those in your signature, like most of us; it's the recommended process.

 

By "nVidia G610", I guess you meant GeForce GT610. This Fermi card was last supported in El Capitan 10.11. It's no longer supported from Sierra 10.12 and Mojave only supports nVidia Kepler cards. So, with Mojave, you'll have to replace your GT610 either by a Kepler card or a Metal-compatible AMD card. You can search this forum or Google for this.

 

You may want to stick to High Sierra on this old beast.

 

Edited by Hervé

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On 5/8/2019 at 7:55 PM, Rockey12 said:

use this tool  macOS Mojave Patcher Tool for Unsupported Macs 

Creat  your USB Pin Drive with the of Mojave Patcher  Install  enjoy

don't fixed it

 

On 5/8/2019 at 10:49 PM, Hervé said:

There is no need to use the Mojave patcher for Unsupported Macs which replaces many files and this is poorly documented. You'd better stay away from that tool and build your USB installer using the usual direct method with the createinstallmedia command.

 

If you have Xeon CPUs of the Core2Duo/Core2Quad generation (with SSE4.1 instructions set but no SSE4.2), you'll just need to replace the telemetry plugin by High Sierra's version to boot Mojave. This is documented in many many places and you can find details here for instance. Failing that, you'll only experience resets/reboots as you try to boot Mojave (booting the USB installer should be Ok though).

 

Please specify your exact Xeon models and we'll be able to tell you what applies to your HP workstation. The full workstation specs would greatly help too, you know... Add those in your signature, like most of us; it's the recommended process.

 

By "nVidia G610", I guess you meant GeForce GT610. This Fermi card was last supported in El Capitan 10.11. It's no longer supported from Sierra 10.12 and Mojave only supports nVidia Kepler cards. So, with Mojave, you'll have to replace your GT610 either by a Kepler card or a Metal-compatible AMD card. You can search this forum or Google for this.

 

You may want to stick to High Sierra on this old beast.

 

 

 

I have GeForce GT610 but it is 10.13 work good

only sleep don't work and mouse when click any like that don't return normal 

 

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 I was put com.apple.telemetry.plugin  to  /System/Library/UserEventPlugins

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but mojave don't open
my file EFI in attach

file EFI CLOVER.zip

Edited by lopu

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Yes and if you try and change screen resolution or screen saver sets in, your computer will freeze/hang. That's why GT610 is said no longer fully supported since Sierra. 'been discussed at great length in the past...

 

You got a decent dual-Harpertown workstation here. Should run well under Mojave once you replace your graphics card. GT610 won't work at all under Mojave, it's not Metal-compatible.

 

Your EFI Folder is totally inappropriate for your computer. You can't just expect something retrieved from a Kabylake system to work on your old C2Q desktop. Refer to the link I gave you earlier !

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I'm trying El Capitan wow everything work good only sleep it is wake up only from button power but don't  wake from keyboard and mouse pc make sound without nothing on monitor and return sleep and every 5 minutes auto do again

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You'll need top enable "Wake on USB" or "Wake on Keyboard"/"Wake on mouse" or tune the associated settings in BIOS.

 

Is hibernation on? Check with Terminal command:

pmset -g

 

If you want to disable hibernation and stick to plain old sleep (which is recommended), adjust your hibernation settings as follows in Terminal:

sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0
sudo pmset -a hibernatefile /dev/null
sudo rm -f /var/vm/sleepimage

And don't forget to tune your sleep settings through the Energy Saving PrefPane.

 

Re: autowake after a few seconds when trying to put computer to sleep, you probably need to apply some PWR-related patches or USB-related patches.

Edited by Hervé

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