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    It'll be fixed soon; There are conversion issues since we upgraded our forum board and the service provider is looking into it. Meantime, please refer to a temporary backup posted here.
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    Guys, I just got in touch with Dinesh. He's busy on finalising the forum/server migration right now but he'll update us on this driver by the end of next week.
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    Follow instructions from here to debug issue gen_debug -sysprofile
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    try this Config.plist Remove NullCPUPowerManagement, and add AppleALC.kext & IntelMausiEthernet.kext to /EFI/Clover/kexts/Other AppleALC for native audio, you'll need to remove VoodooHDA.kext & AppleHDADisabler.kext IntelMausiEthernet for Ethernet AppleALC.kext.zip config.plist IntelMausiEthernet.kext.zip
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    https://wiki.osdev.org/DSDT https://wiki.osdev.org/SSDT#SSDT https://clover-wiki.zetam.org/configuration
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    ok when you get to striped grey close the lid and open it. also what is your resolution? do you have Legacy Option ROMs enabled in bios?
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    Hello everyone! Today I am going to share a wifi kext patcher based on LILU for enabling unsupported Wi-Fi cards in macOS. The kext is basically a plugin for Lilu.kext so you need to have that installed in order for it to work. EDIT: Credits go to Chunnann at InsanelyMac as he was the one who first offered drivers for those cards and the kext here is also forked from his repo. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/312045-atheros-wireless-driver-os-x-101112-for-unsupported-cards/ https://github.com/chunnann/ATH9KFixup Changes I have done :- Add support for Lilu Plugin 1.2.0 Updated Injector kext to match Plugin version You can always have the latest version from the releases tab on the kext's github page. Please keep in mind that you need to use compatible version of Lilu along with this kext else it may cause kernel panics. For example, as of today the latest version of ATH9KFixup.kext is 1.2.0 and it requires Lilu plugin version 1.2.0+ Source code: https://github.com/black-dragon74/ATH9KFixup Latest Release: https://github.com/black-dragon74/ATH9KFixup/releases How to install:- Get the compatible version of Lilu.kext from: https://github.com/vit9696/Lilu/releases (You might have this kext already installed, just make sure that the installed kexts satisfies the requirements for ATH9KFixup) Download ATH9KFixup(Release version is recommended) and ATH9KInjector from: https://github.com/black-dragon74/ATH9KFixup/releases Copy all three kexts (Lilu, ATH9KFixup, ATH9KInjector) to /EFI/CLOVER/Kexts/Other Rebuild caches (optional) How to use:- After copying the above three kexts you might have to configure the use of this kext using boot-args Below are the supported boot-args for this kext along with the supported cards :- AR946X (Includes AR9462 & AR9463): Default i.e. no boot args required AR9565: -ath9565 AR9485: -ath9485 Please note that if you have Atheros AR946X no boot args are required but if you have any other hardware, you must have to use appropriate boot-args else the kext will patch your AirPortAtheros40.kext for AR946X There is no such necessity to mention it here but just to clear any confusions, YES! You have to use "-" before the boot-args (without quotes) So, a typical boot arg for Atheros AR9565 (my hardware) would look like:- Supported Devices:- Atheros AR9565 Atheros AR946X (AR9462 and AR9463) Atheros AR9485 Supported Devices Vendor IDs :- Supported macOS Versions:- OS X 10.9.x - macOS 10.13.x If you have any issues feel free to ask here, I'll be happy to help. Note: If copying to /EFI/CLOVER/Kexts/Other doesn't help, you may trying installing the three kexts to /System/Library/Extensions If you are reporting a problem, make sure to attach the PROBLEM REPORTING files, See https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/10154-tool-problem-reporting-file-generator/ and attach the output of the script. Happy to help ya' all. Regards
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    Try this Config. Rename it to Config.plist before use config-HDMI.plist
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    Last update: 12 Mar 2018 'thought it would be useful to try and provide a recap of what is supported, what isn't, if it works OOB or if it does not, for which OS X version, etc. I invite everyone to bring his/her own contribution and it'll be added to the list. This post will be updated as contributions come along in order to keep the list under control. Hardware specifications can be verified here: http://wikidevi.com/wiki/Main_Page Unsupported: Vendor Model Format Ven-Dev Chip Rate SL L ML Ma Yo Ca Si HS OOB Kext (driver) Dell DW1501 ½Min PCIe 14e4-4727 BCM4313 A/B/G/N N N N N N N N N - - Dell DW1503 ½Min PCIe 14e4-4727 BCM4313 A/B/G/N N N N N N N N N - - Dell DW1504 ½Min PCIe 14e4-4727 BCM4313 B/G/N N N N N N N N N - - Dell DW1530 ½Min PCIe 14e4-4359 BCM43228 A/B/G/N N N N N N N N N - - Dell DW1540 ½Min PCIe 14e4-4359 BCM43228 A/B/G/N N N N N N N N N - - Dell DW1701 ½Min PCIe 14e4-4727 BCM4313 B/G/N N N N N N N N N - - Dell DW1704 ½Min PCIe 14e4-4365 BCM43142 B/G/N N N N N N N N N - - Intel All - - - - N N N N N N N N - No exception! Ralink RT5390 ½Min PCIe 1814-539b RT5390 B/G/N N N N N N N N N - - Supported: Vendor Model Format Ven-Dev Chip Rate SL L ML Ma Yo Ca Si HS OOB Kext (driver) Atheros AR5B91 Mini PCIe 168c-002a AR9281 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y - Atheros AR5BXB6 Mini PCIe 168c-001c AR5424 A/B/G Y Y N N N N N N Y up to Lion only Atheros AR5BXB72 Mini PCIe 168c-0024 AR5418/5133 A/B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N patch Atheros40 Atheros AR5BXB92 Mini PCIe 168c-002a AR9280 A/B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y - Atheros AR5BXB112 Mini PCIe 168c-0030 AR9380 A/B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y - Atheros AR5B22 Mini PCIe 168c-0034 AR94624 A/B/G/N N N N Y Y Y Y Y N FW + Atheros40 patch Atheros AR5B93 ½Min PCIe 168c-002a AR9283 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y - Atheros AR5B95 ½Min PCIe 168c-002b AR9285 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N DSDT/Atheros40 patch Atheros AR5B97 ½Min PCIe 168c-002e AR9287 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y ? ? ? N DSDT/Atheros40 patch Atheros AR5B195 ½Min PCIe 168c-002b AR9285 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N (=AR5B95+BT3.0) Atheros AR5B197 ½Min PCIe 168c-002e AR9287 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y ? ? ? N (=AR5B97+BT3.0) Atheros AR5BHB92 ½Min PCIe 168c-002a AR9280 A/B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y - Atheros AR5BHB112 ½Min PCIe 168c-0030 AR9380 A/B/G/N Y Y Y Y3 Y Y Y Y Y - Atheros AR5B125 ½Min PCIe 168c-0032 AR94854 B/G/N N N N Y Y Y Y Y N FW + Atheros40 patch Atheros AR5B225 ½Min PCIe 168c-0032 AR94854 B/G/N N N N Y Y Y Y Y N FW + Atheros40 patch AzureWave AW-NB037H ½Min PCIe 168c-002b AR9285 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N (=AR5B195) AzureWave AW-NB048H ½Min PCIe 168c-002b AR9285 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N (=AR5B195) AzureWave AW-NB290H ½Min PCIe 14e4-4357 BCM43225 B/G/N ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y N DSDT/Brcm4360 patch AzureWave AW-CE123H ½Min PCIe 14e4-43b1 BCM4352 A/B/G/N/AC ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y N DSDT/Brcm4360 patch AzureWave AW-CB160H ½Min PCIe 14e4-43a0 BCM4360 A/B/G/N/AC ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y - Dell DW1470 Mini PCI 14e4-4319 BCM4318 A/B/G Y Y Y Y Y Y N N Y - Dell DW1390 Mini PCIe 14e4-4311 BCM4311 B/G Y Y Y Y2 Y Y N N Y - Dell DW1395 Mini PCIe 14e4-4315 BCM4312 B/G Y Y Y1 N N N N N N BCM43xxxFamily & v2 Dell DW1490 Mini PCIe 14e4-4312 BCM4311 A/B/G Y Y Y Y2 Y Y N N Y - Dell DW1505 Mini PCIe 14e4-4328 BCM4321 A/B/G/N Y Y Y Y2 Y Y N N Y - Dell DW1397 ½Min PCIe 14e4-4315 BCM4312 B/G Y Y Y1 N N N N N N (=DW1395) Dell DW1502 ½Min PCIe 168c-002b AR9285 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (=AR5B95) Dell DW1506 ½Min PCIe 168c-0032 AR94854 B/G/N N N N Y Y Y Y ? N (=AR5B125) Dell DW1510 ½Min PCIe 14e4-432b BCM4322 A/B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y - Dell DW1515 ½Min PCIe 168C-3215 AR9280 A/B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (=Atheros xB92) Dell DW15205 ½Min PCIe 14e4-4353 BCM43224 A/B/G/N N N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y/N Brcm4360 patch/MBA5,2 Dell DW1550 ½Min PCIe 14e4-43b1 BCM4352 A/B/G/N/AC ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y N DSDT/Brcm4360 patch Dell DW1601 ½Min PCIe 168c-0034 AR94624 B/G/N/AD N N N Y Y Y Y Y Y (=AR5B22) Dell DW1702 ½Min PCIe 168c-002b AR9285 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (=AR5B195) Dell DW1703 ½Min PCIe 168c-0032 AR94854 B/G/N N N N Y Y Y Y Y N (=AR5B225) Dell DW1705 ½Min PCIe 168c-0036 AR95654 B/G/N N N N Y Y Y Y ? N FW + Atheros40 patch Dell DW1560 NGFF M.2 14e4-43b1 BCM4352 A/B/G/N/AC ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y N DSDT/Brcm4360 patch Dell DW1707 NGFF M.2 168c:0036 AR95654 B/G/N N N N Y Y Y Y Y N FW + Atheros40 patch Dell DW1802 NGFF M.2 168c-0034 AR94624 A/B/G/N N N N Y Y Y Y Y N (=AR5B22) Dell DW1830 NGFF M.2 14e4-43ba BCM43602 A/B/G/N/AC ? ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y OOB from Yosemite Asus USB-N10 USB 2.0 0b05-1786 RTL8188SU B/G/N Y Y Y Y ? ? ? ? N RealTek's v2.0.1 Asus USB-AC51 USB 2.0 0b05-17d1 MT7610U A/B/G/N/AC Y Y Y Y ? ? ? ? N Asus's driver CSL Nano V.2 USB 2.0 0bda-8176 RTL8188CUS B/G/N Y Y Y Y ? ? ? ? N RealTek's v2.0.1 D-Link DWA-121 A1 USB 2.0 2001-3308 RTL8188CUS B/G/N Y Y Y Y ? ? ? ? N RealTek's v2.0.1 Lafalink LF-D10 Nano USB 2.0 148f-7601 MT7601 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y ? ? ? N Ralink's v4.2.9.10 Lafalink LF-D12 Nano USB 2.0 148f-5370 RT5370 B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y ? ? ? N Ralink's v4.2.9.2 NetGear WNA3100M USB 2.0 0846-F001 RTL8192CU B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y ? ? ? N Realtek's v2.0.1 On-Nwrks N300 USB 2.0 0846-F001 RTL8192CU B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y ? ? ? N Realtek's v2.0.1 Tenda W522U USB 2.0 148f-3572 RT3572 A/B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y ? ? ? N Ralink's v4.2.9.2 TP-Link TL-WN723N v3 USB 2.0 0bda-8179 RTL8188EUS B/G/N ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N TP-Link's driver TP-Link TL-WN725N v2 USB 2.0 0bda-8179 RTL8188EUS B/G/N ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N TP-Link's driver Asus USB-AC56 USB 3.0 0b05-17d2 RTL8812AU A/B/G/N/AC Y Y Y Y ? ? ? ? N Asus's driver Asus PCE-AC66 PCIe x1 14e4-43a0 BCM4360 A/B/G/N/AC ? ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y - Asus PCE-AC68 PCIe x1 14e4-43a0 BCM4360 A/B/G/N/AC ? ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y - TP-Link TL-WDN4800 PCIe x1 168c-0030 AR9380 A/B/G/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y - NB: Patching means adding the PCI ids of the listed card to the Info.plist file found inside the listed kext. In rare cases, binary patching may also be necessary. For some cards, DSDT Patching can be a suitable and permanent alternative to kext patching (no need to repatch a kext after OS X updates and upgrades or new installations). For instance, in the case of the Atheros AR5B95 card (chip AR9285 168c,2b), adding compatibility with a chip known to be supported OOB such as AR9380 168c,30 or AR9280 168,2a (as found in the vanilla Atheros40 kext) in a _DSM method for the identified DSDT device does the trick once and for all since it'll make the OS load the associated kext: Device (<YourDevice>) // Identified wireless device through IORegistryExplorer (usually: ARPT) { ... ... ... Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized) // Device Specific Method for the wireless card { Store (Package () { "model", Buffer (0x1E) { "Atheros AR5B95 b/g/n Wireless" }, "device_type", Buffer (0x08) { "AirPort" }, "built-in", Buffer (One) { 0x00 }, "name", Buffer (0x10) { "AirPort Extreme" }, "AAPL,slot-name", Buffer (0x05) { "WLAN" }, "compatible", // Declares compatibility with a device Buffer (0x0B) { "pci168c,30" // PCI id of device supported OOB } }, Local0) DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0)) Return (Local0) } } ` In the same respect, in the case of the Broadcom BCM4322x cards (e.g.: chip BCM43225 14e4,4357), adding compatibility with a chip known to be supported OOB such as BCM94360 14e4,43ba or 14e4,43a0 (as found in the vanilla AirPortBrcm4360 kext) in a _DSM method for the identified DSDT device does the trick once and for all since it'll make the OS load the associated kext: Device (<YourDevice>) // Identified wireless device through IORegistryExplorer (usually: ARPT) { ... ... ... Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized) // Device Specific Method for the wireless card { Store (Package () { "model", Buffer (0x23) { "AzureWare AW-NB290H b/g/n Wireless" }, "device_type", Buffer (0x08) { "AirPort" }, "built-in", Buffer (One) { 0x00 }, "name", Buffer (0x10) { "AirPort Extreme" }, "AAPL,slot-name", Buffer (0x05) { "WLAN" }, "compatible", // Declares compatibility with a device Buffer (0x0B) { "pci14e4,43a0" // PCI id of device supported OOB } }, Local0) DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0)) Return (Local0) } } ________________ 1 issues with 10.8.4/10.8.5: med/high-secured networks (eg: AES) unsupported, only clear/low-secured (eg: WEP) networks supported. For ML, revert to pre-10.8.4 airportd file to fix issue and apply following Terminal commands: sudo chmod 755 /usr/libexec/airportd sudo chown 0:0 /usr/libexec/airportd xattr -d com.apple.quarantine /usr/libexec/airportd Pre-ML10.8.4 airportd.zip 2 issues with 10.9: secured networks (eg: AES (& WEP?)) unsupported, only clear (& WEP?) networks. ML fix not successful, so no fix available yet. According to forum member javamocha2000, DW1390 and DW1505 both operate OOB under Mavericks with WPA2-PSK encryption. 3 Some BCM4311-based cards with PCI id 14e4-4311 and some Atheros AR9380-based cards are reported non-functional -> the affected devices are half-size mini PCIe models, full-size mini PCIe models being Ok. 4 AR946x (168c,34), AR9485 (168c,32) and AR9565 (168c,36) work to some degree (i.e. not 100%) with alternative (re-written) Atheros40 driver as posted at InsanelyMac by Chunnann. Further patching facility posted here. These cards are NOT recommended. 5 DW1520 (14e4,4353) is known to suffer from frequent and repeated wireless disconnections when plugged into mini PCIe-only slot and built-in Bluetooth is enabled. This may even lead to wireless turning off. This has been noticed on Dell Latitude E6x20 and E6x30. Wireless works Ok once built-in Bluetooth is disabled in BIOS or, as stated by wl_michael, if the card is fitted into combo PCIe/USB slot such as WWAN.
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    Steps to change the DVMT value (Done on Windows or WinPE) 1) Universal BIOS Backup ToolKit 2.0.exe - to backup the BIOS (i.e. DellInc.-A07.rom) 2) UEFITool.exe to find the module labeled SetupPrep (not Setup as per FireWolf’s guide) and extract the PE32 image section (setup.bin) 3) Universal IFR Extractor.exe to extract setup.bin to a readable text file 4) Use notepad to search for “DVMT” in the text file, 2 were found at 0x432 and 0x433 but only 0x432 needs to be changed set value to 0x3 5) Format a USB drive to fat32 and create a folder name EFI 6) Download the EFI Shell and extract the Boot folder to EFI folder 7) Boot system with the USB and select UEFI Boot 8) At the grub prompt, enter these commands, hit enter after command, then exit and reboot setup_var 0x432 0x3 To verify, just enter setup_var 0x432 and hit enter, the value will be listed More detailed instruction in attachment /!\ Alternatively, just use Lilu.kext + IntelGraphicsDVMTFixup without having to mess with the BIOS https://github.com/vit9696/Lilu/releases https://github.com/vit9696/Lilu/blob/master/KnownPlugins.md https://github.com/BarbaraPalvin/IntelGraphicsDVMTFixup/releases DVMT_Tools.zip
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    My our pleasure! Still exploring all the new features myself. And I just found there's a shorter way to authenticate with FB, including how to sync cover photo (and even have it update automatically when changing FB cover in the future), or how to 'Disassociate Facebook' from one's OSXL account . See: https://osxlatitude.com/settings/facebook/
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    Yeah - I typically replace the SN, Board SN and SmUUID in SMBIOS with my own, to keep iMessage working properly. I did the same with your latest config.plist from this thread. I'm not sure what "Trust" means in the context of SMBIOS though - doubt it could have any effect on USB devices. Anyway, everything is working, so I definitely can recommend your boot files at the bottom of page 3 of this thread for the i5 6230. Thanks again-
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    this feature has been added btw and works since April 6th, 2018. Turned out to be part of the new posts editor by default. And its as easy as double clicking any uploaded picture and change the dimensions (with or without aspect ratio support) and supports aligning too! In the next forum update -- due for release before 25th of May 2018 -- we will might also add custom features. Things like grabbing an 'edge' or corner of a picture and resize 'on the fly'.
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    Amazing! Thank you so much again guys
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    Works now. Had to be enabled per user group (of which we have a lot). Any member of OSXLatitude can now upload a cover photo by going to their profile and uploading one. OR .. sync cover from a FB profile (when using FB authentication login / next to or instead of a normal password protected login). That works a little different though. You then first have to click edit profile icon below your profile picture (step1). And even though it might already have synced the profile picture before (step2)? Just save it again (step3), and then it will auto-parse the cover photo from FB. You can then reposition the cover photo -- like any other cover -- by pressing "Cover Photo" dropdown menu topright (step4) of the cover and then "Reposition Photo". Attached a screenshot to clarify the 4 steps:
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    You can. Try setting one and let me know.
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    Hi Allan hope you like the forum changes
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    we might have disabled that like a few hours ago Allan. I will see what the crew can do
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    Your 7280 has Skylake CPU (HD520), not Kabylake (HD620), therefore you need ig-platform-id 0x19160000 not 0x59160000. Change it in the Config.plist and perhaps in DSDT too. FakeID IntelGFX should be 0x19168086 in Config
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    you need to update your lilu then it might be to old for the version of AirportBrcmFixup.kext you are using also update any other lilu plugins at the same time. if all else fails try adding your own ip in your routers range that does not conflict with other devices.
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    Stay away from distro, they bring more trouble than good these days. Proceed with a full vanilla installation of the latest macOS version (High Sierra). You have a SandyBridge laptop so most if not everythign should work, depending on exact hardware specifications. For instance, integrated HD3000 is supported OOB but a discrete GPU may not be.
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    Just to close the loop on correcting K/B backlight functionality for the Asus Q500a, I have included a simple recipe here. Please note that if your DSDT reveals that you make a function call similar to ... ^^PCI0.LPCB.EC0.WRAM (0x044B, Local0) to set your K/B backlight levels then the currently published keyboard backlight patches are probably for you. However, if your DSDT reveals that you make function calls more similar to ... ^^PCI0.LPCB.EC0.ECXT (0xB6, 0xFF, Zero, Zero, Zero, Zero) to set your K/B backlight levels, you might want to have a glance at the file enclosed below. The modifications within are what I used to get the K/B backlight working properly on the Ivy-Bridge Asus Q500a. Happy hacking AsusQ500aKBbacklightFix.txt
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    LAST UPDATED: 15 APRIL 2018 Hi all, I am very excited to finally hack this world famous GPU mining motherboard and pleased to share with you all the clover bootpack. Specification Asrock H81 BTC Pro Ver 2.0 4th Gen 3.5 GHz i3-4330 8 GB DDR3 1600 MHz Memory Intel Graphics HD 4600 HDMI output on 24-inch (1920 x 1080) Clover Bootpack The Clover bootpack can be downloaded from the following link:- CLOVER-V4.zip Support for Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.4 (Clover 4428) Updated all kexts to latest versions CLOVER-V3.zip Support for Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.2 (Clover 4360) Updated all kexts to latest versions CLOVER-V2.zip Support for Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.1 (Clover v4293) Updated all kexts to latest versions Added IntelGraphicsFixup.kext and Shiki.kext Combined all ATI & Intel GPU configs & kexts into single bootpack for multi GPU support CLOVER-Intel.zip Support for Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.1 (Clover v4293) with Intel Graphics CLOVER-ATI.zip Support for Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.1 (Clover v4293) with ATI Graphics General Notes (1) The UEFI Bios does not detect Clover EFI natively. For first boot into Mac OS, you will need to boot Clover EFI using the Installer USB. In order to add Clover EFI into UEFI Bios, you will need to manually add it using the Clover UEFI shell using the following command:- (a) bcfg boot add 3 fsX:\EFI\BOOT\CLOVER\CLOVERX64.EFI "Clover" (You will need to replace X with the location of your Clover EFI partition. This is shown in the list when you first enter the UEFI shell) (b ) Lastly, do bcfg boot mv 3 0 to move the Clover boot order to the first. (2) I found that this motherboard is very compatible with Mac OS and patched DSDT / SSDT is not required. Notes on Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.1 (1) Everything works including sleep. (2) For those that need to update 10.13 to 10.13.1, you will need to install the latest clover (version 4293 is the one I used). If there are error messages, you may try to remove EmuVariableUefi-64.efi from Clover EFI temporarily, clear NVRAM using sudo nvram -c in terminal, download the update directly from apple website and install. Notes on Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.2 (1) Everything works including sleep. (2) For those updating from 10.13.1 to 10.13.2, you will need to install the latest clover and lilu including plugins (or download latest bootpack above) as well as download and install the update directly from apple website. Updating via App Store doesnt seem to work for me as I get the mkpg not found error message after reboot. Notes on Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.4 (1) Everything works including sleep. (2) For those updating to 10.13.4, you will need to install the latest clover and lilu including plugins (or download latest bootpack above) as well as download and install the combo update directly from apple website. Updating via App Store doesnt seem to work for me as I get the mkpg not found error message after reboot. The installer will restart several times so just wait for it to complete. Notes on Mining (1) As all you miners know, this motherboard can take up to six (6) GPUs, I have yet to test additional GPU on the PCIEx1 slots. At the moment, the single GPU that i'm using is installed on the PCIEx16 slot. I will test it once I have opportunity to get additional GPU. In the mean time, for those miners who already have this motherboard in their rig and are already using Windows or Linux, Mac OS may be a good OS to try since some miners (like ethereum's ethminer) are also released for Darwin and both NVIDIA and ATI have provided drivers for their latest GPUs. This does open up a good possibily of using Mac OS for GPU mining! (2) I was able to use the dedicated RX560 GPU for both as primary display as well as for mining. However, it causes the system to slow down and created artifacts when I rebooted / shutdown. I was able to make the system more stable by using the integrated HD4600 GPU as primary display and the dedicated RX560 GPU for mining. In order to use both integrated GPU and dedicated GPU, both Intel and ATI need to be injected by Clover. In the case of ethereum miner, ethminer was able to recognized all GPU but I only selected the RX560 for mining. This made the system more stable. (3) [10-11-2017] I just installed a third old AMD Radeon HD 7750 GPU on the first PCIEx1 slot and am very happy to see that Mac OS recognized it straight away. In the case of ethereum miner, ethminer was able to recognized all GPU. Attached pictures below:- 22nd December 2017 Update (4) One of my main concern is I am still not able to get HWMonitor to show GPU temperature which is very important to monitor the current health of the GPUs. We would not want the GPU to overheat due to unforeseen reasons. Let me know if you are able to solve this issue. (5) During my discussion with crew member Rhyker, we were discussing on ways to tune the GPU from within Mac OS. As you know, currently the manufacturer only provide tuning software for Windows and to a limited extend Linux. We were thinking of running Windows under a virtual machine to access the GPU tuner to tune the GPUs. However, based on my last attempt, accessing native GPU from a virtual machine is still not possible although there are projects that are attempting to do this. Let me know if this idea is workable. Let me know if the clover bootpack works for you. Credits goes to Jake Lo and Bronx Teck Cheers!
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    Update it and see if it still works properly. As for DW1830, what kexts and patches are you using? Are wireless /bluetooth showing in System information?
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    As a user of a Hackintosh (or whatever you want to call it) with a touchscreen, I figured it'd be useful to have a topic for software that adds features that aid the use of a touchscreen with macOS. For example scrolling: if you have something like the UPDD drivers or any other touchscreen drivers that don't themselves include something to make scrolling easier, without additional software you're limited to actually touching and sliding the tiny scrollbar. My notebook has a 12" 1920x1080 screen — this might as well be impossible at full resolution. So to start, as far as scrolling goes, I recommend Smart Scroll. I turned off everything but Grab Scroll, which I set as follows for best comfort: This allows me to press and hold shift, tap Option, and then scroll in any application the same way I would on Windows or, say, an iPhone. I encourage other users of touchscreens, tablets, and the like to post software they find is useful if not necessary for touchscreen use on macOS. I'll post more myself as I find it.
  26. 1 point
    Specifications: Processor : Intel® Core™ i3-3110M Processor (3M Cache, 2.40 GHz) Graphics Processor(GPU) : Intel® HD Graphics 4000 & NVIDIA® Optimus™ GeForce® GT 720M (Optional) Chipset : Intel® HM76 Express Chipset Hard disk : HSGT 500GB 5400rpm HDD RAM : 8GB DDR3 1600 MHz SDRAM Wifi : Broadcomm BCM94322HM8L Ethernet : Qualcomm Atheros QCA8172 Audio : Conexant Dolby Audio CX20757 USB 3.0 : Intel Corporation 7 Series/C210 Touchpad : Elan Touchpad v3 Hardware Webcam : Lenovo EasyCamera Card reader : Realtek USB2.0 Card reader (PID: 0x0139) Monitor : LG Philips LP140WH2-TLS1 WXGA 14 16:9 HD1366x768 Optical Drive : Matshita DVD Writer Interface : 1 x Microphone-in & Headphone-out jack 1 x VGA port/Mini D-sub 15-pin for external monitor 1 x USB 3.0 port(s) 2 x USB 2.0 port(s) 1 x RJ45 LAN Jack for LAN insert 1 x HDMI Working: Graphics with QE/CI on Intel HD4000 GPU Audio with AppleHDA WiFi Bluetooth Ethernet USB2.0 and USB3.0 HDMI (With Audio) Webcam Optical Drive Battery Elan Touchpad with Multi touch Sleep, Processor P&C-States with Native power management Fn Hotkeys Not working: Microphone (Internal and External) Nvidia Optimus GT 720M Realtek USB2.0 Card Reader VGA Unknown: None Issues: None For Installation: Follow the steps in the link below, starting with Pre installation, Installation and Post Installation. Use the pack available in the EDP->Bootpacks list. http://www.osxlatitude.com/edp/documentation/ http://www.osxlatitude.com/edp/compatibility/ BIOS - MOD: A modified BIOS available here is necessary to remove the Lenovo white list and unlock advanced options. 2 x unlocked options need to be changed: The graphics value need change 32mb to 64mb for repair the glitch screen. USB XHCI change smart - auto to enabled for repair the webcam.
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