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  1. My hardware: QIYIDA x79 LGA2011 v2.82 Xeon E5-2670 v2 Sapphire RX 580 Nitro+ 4gb Hi. I've already installed macOS Mojave 10.14.6 and tweaked the mac OS a bit. Now for me, a serious problem is turning off the computer. When I click on the apple in macOS and select "Turn Off" or "Restart", the monitor screen goes out, but the system unit continues to work (the power button is lit and the coolers are spinning). I waited for 10 minutes and nothing happens, I have to forcibly turn off the computer, and after booting into mac OS, a message appears that the computer was tu
  2. Hello everyone.. trying to get some help here. Usually when something brakes on the hackingtosh i am able to identify whats broken by the kernel panic error. This time around i Cant really see whats going on. I finally got around to updating my e6420 running Sierra to the 005 security update. But then the machine will just give me +++++++ and not even start the boot up process. After doing some digging i figured I needed to add AptioMemoryFix-64.efi to my efi clover folder. I did this by mounting my efi through terminal using my install USB. Now the bo
  3. Hello everyone! I'm running OS Sierra 10.12.6 on Asus UX360u. Everything works, except for WiFi card (Intel) but I need help with some DSDT edits: -I use AsusFnKeys.kext but some Fn keys (brightness, backlight) don't work. -I want use Fn Keys but without typping Fn (Fn keys as functional keys patch doesn't work) -Also, my touchpad is Elan1200 i2c, so I don't use SmartTouchpad.kext (I use voodooi2c). -I use also USB WiFi (DWA-131 E) and can't get working iMessages, because this USB is not listed as BuiltIn (nullethernet works but doesn't make my USB WiFi act as built-in device). -When I t
  4. So I got my Dell Latitude D830 setup and running. There is one last problem I need help with though. When I try to shutdown the computer it doesn't (usually) work. It goes to the white screen with a cog wheel and just remains there. It doesn't shutdown completely. I have tried to search for information on how to fix this issue but I can't find much of anything on the net about how to fix it. I assume there is some kext or something I need to edit to fix it but I just don't know what. Can anyone out there help?
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