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  • Equipment Information
    • PROCESSADOR: Intel Core i5 5200U de 2.2 até 2.7 GHz;
    • MEMÓRIA RAM: 6 GB;
    • PLACA DE VÍDEO: Intel5500/Geforce 910M 2 GB;
    • DISCO RÍGIDO: 1 TB;
    • TELA: 15.6″ Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels;
    • CONEXÕES: 1 HDMI, 3x USB, 1 RJ 45 ,1 COMBO audio jack e WiFi;
    • https://www.samsung.com/br/pc/notebook-np300e5k-xf1br/
       
  • I am unable to activate the Intel HD5500.

    Can only start with fakeid: 0X12345678
     

  • Here is the attached Clover I am using

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Totally incorrect config & set of add-on kexts.

 

You inject ATI + NVIDIA + Intel graphics; you've multiplied properties injection 2 or 3 times; you're injecting the wrong properties for HD5500; you've no proper SMBIOS definition; you even inject a Skylake iGPU patch!!!

Incorrect_properties.thumb.jpg.4135bb5e98c757ec61531e3eefbe2623.jpg

 

Incorrect_graphics.thumb.jpg.ddda9d918b1dd3bbefcc21a22ed5d784.jpg

 

Incorrect_patch.thumb.jpg.e4002b08b00e162a7e0fa0c7b3e92368.jpg

 

Incorrect_SMBIOS.thumb.jpg.8bfd431bcd4a5e525ab378e248c84204.jpg

 

Use Clover Configurator to adjust/clean-up/correct your Clover config.

 

All you require for HD5500 is:

1/ Clover Device Properties injection in iGPU device @2 (DVMT patching):

HD5500_properties.png.12b6818a7ff68488b0189e35aa3c91b1.png

2/ MacBookPro12,1 full SMBIOS

3/ inject or cache the following kexts (use latest versions):

  • Lilu
  • WhateverGreen

That's all.

 

Re: kexts, it's a bit of a mess...

  • remove NullCPUPowerManagement and VoodooTSCSync! They're absolutely not required. You've correctly set ACPI flag PluginType and KernelPm patch. As such, you can have full CPU SpeedStep, including Turbo boost.
  • For audio, your use either AppleALC or VoodooHDA, not both! Remove VoodooHDA, especially as it cannot work without AppleHDADisabler which you forgot or missed...
  • I very much doubt that you need XHCI-unsupported. Unless you do not have a standard Intel Broadwell chipset, USB3.0 should be supported as standard as long as you inject Win7/Windows 2009's OSYS for Darwin in your patched DSDT (and it's not done).
    • replace: If (_OSI ("Windows 2009"))
    • by: If (LOr (_OSI ("Darwin"), _OSI ("Windows 2009")))
  • I very much doubt you need SATA-unsupported. Don't you have a standard Intel Broadwell chipset? 
  • Ethernet and Wifi kexts are a mess, you need to identify what you have and only use the relevant kexts instead of current:
    • ATH9KInjector
    • AtherosE2200Ethernet
    • IntelMausi
    • IntelMausiEthernet
    • IO80211Family_ATH
    • RealtekRTL8100
    • RealtekRTL8111
  • I very much doubt you need NoTouchID + NoVPAJpeg kexts unless you encounter specific issues with some graphics apps (eg: Preview)

 

Edited by Hervé

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3 hours ago, Hervé said:

Totally incorrect config. You inject ATI + NVIDIA + Intel graphics; you've multiplied properties injection 2 or 3 times; you've no proper SMBIOS definition; you even inject a Skylake iGPU patch!!!

 

Use Clover Configurator to adjust/correct your Clover config.

 Already made some changes, could you tell me it got better.

 

Even changing didn't work

 

 

Clover

https://we.tl/t-qyxT7y5Y1o

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Starting from the Clover config you initially posted (not the 3 x new ones which are all incorrect too), just apply the mods I've listed above. Why are you confused about them? Was it not clear enough?

 

Since Optimus is not supported on Hackintoshes, you'll probably have to disable your nVidia dGPU to save battery life; but we can see about doing this through SSDT patching later.

 

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5 hours ago, Hervé said:

Totally incorrect config & set of add-on kexts.

 

You inject ATI + NVIDIA + Intel graphics; you've multiplied properties injection 2 or 3 times; you're injecting the wrong properties for HD5500; you've no proper SMBIOS definition; you even inject a Skylake iGPU patch!!!

Incorrect_properties.thumb.jpg.4135bb5e98c757ec61531e3eefbe2623.jpg

 

Incorrect_graphics.thumb.jpg.ddda9d918b1dd3bbefcc21a22ed5d784.jpg

 

Incorrect_patch.thumb.jpg.e4002b08b00e162a7e0fa0c7b3e92368.jpg

 

Incorrect_SMBIOS.thumb.jpg.8bfd431bcd4a5e525ab378e248c84204.jpg

 

Use Clover Configurator to adjust/clean-up/correct your Clover config.

 

All you require for HD5500 is:

1/ Clover Device Properties injection in iGPU device @2 (DVMT patching):

HD5500_properties.png.12b6818a7ff68488b0189e35aa3c91b1.png

2/ MacBookPro12,1 full SMBIOS

3/ inject or cache the following kexts (use latest versions):

  • Lilu
  • WhateverGreen

That's all.

 

Re: kexts, it's a bit of a mess...

  • remove NullCPUPowerManagement and VoodooTSCSync! They're absolutely not required. You've correctly set ACPI flag PluginType and KernelPm patch. As such, you can have full CPU SpeedStep, including Turbo boost.
  • For audio, your use either AppleALC or VoodooHDA, not both! Remove VoodooHDA, especially as it cannot work without AppleHDADisabler which you forgot or missed...
  • I very much doubt that you need XHCI-unsupported. Unless you do not have a standard Intel Broadwell chipset, USB3.0 should be supported as standard as long as you inject Win7/Windows 2009's OSYS for Darwin in your patched DSDT (and it's not done).
    • replace: If (_OSI ("Windows 2009"))
    • by: If (LOr (_OSI ("Darwin"), _OSI ("Windows 2009")))
  • I very much doubt you need SATA-unsupported. Don't you have a standard Intel Broadwell chipset? 
  • Ethernet and Wifi kexts are a mess, you need to identify what you have and only use the relevant kexts instead of current:
    • ATH9KInjector
    • AtherosE2200Ethernet
    • IntelMausi
    • IntelMausiEthernet
    • IO80211Family_ATH
    • RealtekRTL8100
    • RealtekRTL8111
  • I very much doubt you need NoTouchID + NoVPAJpeg kexts unless you encounter specific issues with some graphics apps (eg: Preview)

 

 

 

I made the changes mentioned above. But now I have the following error.  

Here is my new clover: https://we.tl/t-tmyBiPzxAk

 

Attached Error

 

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What error do you see? Try and remove "Inject EDID" from Graphics section too.

 

You did not make the changes to the kexts, why?

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36 minutes ago, Hervé said:

What error do you see? Try and remove "Inject EDID" from Graphics section too.

 

You did not make the changes to the kexts, why?

I still have the same error as the print above 

 

I am working on these kext. I'm a little worried about the graphics card, I think it should not be compatible.

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Again, what error do you see/get? Or is it just hanging?

 

In your Clover config, try and add:

1/ ACPI section:

  • FixDarwin
  • FixHPET

 

2/ System Parameters section:

  • Inject SystemID

 

Then add the following tables to your Clover ACPI/patched folder:

 

Edited by Hervé

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On 9/27/2019 at 3:28 AM, Hervé said:

Again, what error do you see/get? Or is it just hanging?

 

In your Clover config, try and add:

1/ ACPI section:

  • FixDarwin
  • FixHPET

 

2/ System Parameters section:

  • Inject SystemID

 

Then add the following tables to your Clover ACPI/patched folder:

 

Lord Herve help me. :)

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So much for "just the ACPI + kexts folders + Config.plist"... And don't quote messages you directly reply to, there's really no need for this echo.

 

I've no idea which macOS version you're trying to run, but I've noticed kexts in your kexts/10.14 and kexts/10.13 folders so I removed them. I also cleaned up your kexts/Other folder since you never bothered to follow the recommendations on the matter. -_-

 

Give the following a try. Good luck.

Clover_Pack.zip

 

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5 hours ago, Hervé said:

So much for "just the ACPI + kexts folders + Config.plist"... And don't quote messages you directly reply to, there's really no need for this echo.

 

I've no idea which macOS version you're trying to run, but I've noticed kexts in your kexts/10.14 and kexts/10.13 folders so I removed them. I also cleaned up your kexts/Other folder since you never bothered to follow the recommendations on the matter. -_-

 

Give the following a try. Good luck.

Clover_Pack.zip

 

Hello, I tested the configuration, this HD5500 should have some problem

 

Sorry for sending the complete files, I'm still learning things here :)

 

 

 With the settings sent, my machine simply shuts down after the screen flashes. I think he at least tries to do the activation. I checked intel activation, but I have crash at the time of activation.

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