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Depends on what you mean really. These releases are pretty much official, despite the requirement of more technical audience. Take your time if you need it though.

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1 hour ago, vit9696 said:

Depends on what you mean really. These releases are pretty much official, despite the requirement of more technical audience. Take your time if you need it though.

Oh, I was assuming it was still not an official release yet because of "WARNING: This release is a developer preview".

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Configured and installed itself "OpenCore" under UEFI. Everything flies, the system boots in 8 seconds,but I can not understand how to register FakeID video card.Who knows?

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6 minutes ago, alexboro3191 said:

Configured and installed itself "OpenCore" under UEFI. Everything flies, the system boots in 8 seconds,but I can not understand how to register FakeID video card.Who knows?

You should use Device Properties to fake a device-id in needed or use a SSDT.

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Just now, alexboro3191 said:

Я так и прописывал device-id 67981002,но ничего не происходит.Видимо чего-то не хватает.

English only please

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On 7/9/2019 at 5:20 AM, Pavo said:

English only please

I prescribed device-id 67981002,but nothing happens.Apparently something is missing.

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Just now, alexboro3191 said:

I prescribed device-id 67981002,but nothing happens.Apparently something is missing.

Either upload your config or provide a screenshot of how you have the device properties set.

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1 minute ago, alexboro3191 said:

 

Снимок экрана 2019-07-09 в 5.31.24.png

OpenCore Configurator currently does not work, you should be editing your configs with Xcode or PlistEditor Pro.

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On 7/9/2019 at 5:27 AM, Pavo said:

OpenCore Configurator currently does not work, you should be editing your configs with Xcode or PlistEditor Pro.

Thanks.You really helped!Cool bootloader OpenCore, fast, convenient, I will try)))

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On 7/9/2019 at 5:25 AM, alexboro3191 said:

 

Снимок экрана 2019-07-09 в 5.31.24.png

 

You were mistaken and downloaded not that program. This is other OC configurator.

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3 hours ago, Andrey1970 said:

 

You were mistaken and downloaded not that program. This is other OC configurator.

Can you tell me where to dig?))))))
Edited by Allan
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