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Hi people,

 

I'm having some issues getting my hackintosh to work 100%. It's at 99%, and the only problem that I have is with shutdown/restart. Whenever I try to shutdown or restart my computer, it will go to the spinner screen, and in the case of a shutdown, the spinner will just be stuck and the computer will not shutdown, while in the case of a restart the spinner will be just a sad line of 2 or 4 white pixels in the bottom half of the screen, with the computer also failing to do anything else, forcing me to either shut down the PSU using it's on/off switch or by pressing the case's restart button. I may also add that I, before buying a RX 570, had a working setup with the UHD 630, it would shutdown/restart without a problem (if the primary video output port in the bios was set to PCI01). I have also made an USB SSDT patch for the 15-port limit, but that has not helped. Anyways, here's my setup:

 

MacOS Mojave 10.14.6 (18G84)

SMBIOS iMac19,2 (if that matters)

 

i3-8100

UHD 630 (Device ID 0x3E98, enabled in bios)

Gigabyte RX 570

Gigabyte B360M-D3H

No extra PCI cards

 

Also, my config.plist, my USB SSDT patch, and a screenshot of my kexts and drivers folders are attached.

config.plist

SSDT_USB.aml

drivers64.png

kexts.png

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Hi and welcome to InsanelyMac.

 

Run this app, and upload the file result here.
RunMe

 

Did you already tried @MaLd0n's guides?

 

PS: We have a Portuguese section here, if you want, you can post there also ;)

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Hi!

 

I've attached the .zip here. I'll check out @MaLd0n's 300 series guide and see if I can make sense out of it. I actually just used a EFI folder I found on Github for the motherboard I have, but mine's so different now that I don't even know if it still counts.

Send me Eduardos-Mac.lan.zip

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3 hours ago, edutbh said:

Hi!

 

I've attached the .zip here. I'll check out @MaLd0n's 300 series guide and see if I can make sense out of it. I actually just used a EFI folder I found on Github for the motherboard I have, but mine's so different now that I don't even know if it still counts.

Send me Eduardos-Mac.lan.zip

Arquivo Comprimido.zip

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12 hours ago, MaLd0n said:

 

Damn, it worked!! Thank you so much, now one of my only complaints with this hack is gone. Now let's see if the wake from sleep/display standby is fixed. Again, thank you.

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