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  1. Dear @fndklm


    Thank you for the post.


    Yeah, wifi card is optional and related kext may need to be installed if the stock wifi card or kext cannot be used. Good to know that the stock wifi card can be used. Maybe you can attach those kexts so that i can make it available for others to download & include in their bootpacks.


    For the sound, the bootpack is using voodoohda.kext atm. U can try to use applealc.kext and see if there is any difference.


    The sleep wake freezing could be related to hdmi sound or nvidia gpu not being disabled.


    I will look further into the issues above.



  2. Dear all,


    Finally managed to both update from beta 1 to beta 2 or clean install beta 2 to a new hard disk.




    I had to run the install app from an existing Mac OS system as my bootpack is still not able to boot a usb installer created using createmediainstall.


    Bootpack can be obtained from here : https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/10090-gigabyte-h81m-ds2-i3-4330-hd7750-sierra-high-sierra-mojave-catalina-big-sur/


    Will investigate this further and report back.




    EDIT 11 July 2020


    Alright, managed to boot the usb installer. As @Jake Lo advised, with latest lilu we can omit all those -lilubetaall vsmcgen=1 booter-fileset-kernel booter-fileset-basesystem stuff.


    Make sure to reset nvram on first boot of the OC and boot the usb installer on reboot.


    Also looks like "booter-fileset-kernel & booter-fileset-basesystem" need to be remove when booting usb only and 1st stage installation. 2nd stage looks like it still need those to boot.



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  3. Hi everyone!


    I finally managed to run macOS Big Sur Beta 1 on my 4th gen desktop hack using the following guide https://www.olarila.com/topic/8977-guide-installrestore-bigsur-with-opencore/.




    So far cloning from a real Mac installation is the only way to get Big Sur running on a hackintosh as the installer still does not boot from opencore or clover.


    OpenCore bootpack can be obtained from here: https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/10090-gigabyte-h81m-ds2-i3-4330-hd7750-sierra-high-sierra-mojave-catalina-big-sur/.


    Will report again once I find a way to boot usb installers.


    Happy hackintoshing!

  4. Apple announced their new macOS Big Sur in the recent WWDC2020.


    For those that would like to install without an official apple developer account, @Bronxteck showed me a neat trick as follow:-


    In terminal type "sudo /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Seeding.framework/Versions/A/Resources/seedutil enroll DeveloperSeed"


    After a while, software updates should show new macOS beta available for download.


    Need to make sure that the smbios you are using is a supported model. Otherwise the new beta will not appear in software updates.


    To create an install USB, in terminal type "sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Beta.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/target"


    Will post more once I get macOS Big Sur up and running!


    EDIT 11 JULY 2020


    I found a cool script from IM that will download the latest beta installer from Apple.


    Post link is as follow: https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/344428-pre-release-macos-big-sur/?page=15 (scroll down to crazybird post)


    Script link is as follow: https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=352544 (need to be a member to download)



  5. Hey @arsradu


    Im also running mac os on a haswell desktop with rx560. Im on full dgpu so i have not really experience any lag in my boot time. In fact my desktop has always been really fast. Even faster that linux and windows. Never went back to laptop hack after experiencing these desktop hack babies. lol. My other haswell desktop is running with hd7750. Similar boot time. Never had the need to use igpu hehe.

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  6. If you have access to another mac, download mac os, create an installer usb via terminal, download clover and install clover to the usb. You also need to look for clover efi folder with config.plist and basic kexts of similar hardware spec from the forum to put into the usb clover efi folder. Your hardware spec should be able to boot mac os. After that troubleshoot each hardware if need to.


    This guide should be a good starting point: https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/8506-dell-latitude-inspiron-precision-vostro-xps-clover-guide/

  7. Dear Members,


    Mac OS Catalina


    I am pleased again to confirm that AMD Radeon HD 7750 is supported natively by Mac OS Catalina.




    Screenshot 2019-10-19 at 7.25.46 PM.png


    Screenshot 2019-10-19 at 7.37.56 PM.png


    Clover Version : 5097

    Lilu Version : 1.3.8

    WhateverGreen Version : 1.3.3

    Boot Custom Flags : -lilubetaall radpg=15

    Output : Mini Display Port


    Kext : AMD7000Controller.kext

    Raw Identifier 0x683F1002 [ Cape Verde PRO ( Radeon HD 7750) ]


    Notes :-


    Mac OS Mojave



    I am pleased to confirm that AMD Radeon HD 7750 is supported natively by Mac OS Mojave.



    Screenshot 2018-10-20 at 10.06.52 AM.png

    Screenshot 2018-10-20 at 10.09.16 AM.png


    Clover Version : 4700

    Lilu Version : 1.2.7

    WhateverGreen Version : 1.2.3

    Boot Custom Flags : -lilubetaall radpg=15

    Output : Mini Display Port


    Kext : AMD7000Controller.kext

    Raw Identifier 0x683F1002 [ Cape Verde PRO ( Radeon HD 7750) ]


    Notes : 



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