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  1. Derp: I don't think I'm using AppleALC for this machine, it's been awhile since I've had to dig into the internals. I'll have to check up on that, but if you continue the DummyHDA route, you'll need to generate a new one with AppleHDA Patcher. You can find the touchpad driver here.
  2. I've got macOS Sierra running pretty good on this laptop. Off the top of my head, the only things you should need to update are AppleALC and the touchpad drivers.
  3. After my little brother upgraded to an i5-4590 / GA-B85M-DS3H-A / R9 390, the leftover parts were available to mold into a "Hac mini" for my mom. Specs: CPU: Intel Pentium G3258 3.2GHz Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-DS2V RAM: 4GB DDR3-1600 Storage: ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB GPU: Gigabyte Radeon R9 270X 2GB GDDR5 Case: Rosewill SRM-01 mATX Case PSU: Antec Basiq 350W OS Version: macOS Sierra 10.12 Build-Specific Capabilities/Notes: Working SpeedStep via XCPM. [source] No need for NullCPUPowerManagement after everything is settled in. R9 270X via HDMI using 'Radeon' framebuffer. Futomaki or Hamachi would probably work better after modification, but for the moment, I'm too lazy. TRIM enabled for SSD via Clover patch. AppleALC didn't work for the ALC887 audio for some reason (tried all layout-id's; probably forgot binary patch via Clover, oh well), so I am using aDummyHDA + Clover binary patch by @Mirone. Pre-Installation: BIOS Settings: CSM set to Always Intel Virtualization Technology set to Disabled (you could try with it Enabled; I was getting bizarre kernel panics that stopped after I disabled it.) Intel Processor Graphics set to Disabled Jimmies: un-rustled Installation Guide: 1. Download macOS Sierra from the Mac App Store. 2. Create a macOS Sierra installer: /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume [path to USB, i.e. /Volumes/USB] --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app --nointeraction 3. Install the latest version of Clover to the installer USB, with the following parameters: [*] Install for UEFI booting only [*] Install Clover in the ESP [-] Drivers64UEFI |-- [*] OsxAptioFix2Drv-64 |-- [*] CsmVideoDxe-64 4. Place config-installation.plist in EFI/CLOVER, and G3258 - H81M-DS2V Kexts.zip in EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.12. 5. Boot the installer and install macOS. If you get a kernel panic relating to "No kext summary", try moving your RAM to different slot(s). If you get a kernel panic relating to AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement, then the kernel patch in the .plist wasn't enough, and you'll need to add NullCPUPowerManagement to EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.12. You can remove NCPM on/after Step 6. 6. Use the installer USB to get into macOS, then install Clover to the local disk. Don't forget to copy over config-installation.plist and the kexts from earlier. 7. Run Mirone's AppleHDA Patcher with the following parameters: Realtek ALC887 VD layout-id 5 8. Copy aDummyHDA.kext from ~/Desktop/MironeAudio/10ec0887/[AppleHDA version]/Clover to /System/Library/Extensions, then repair permissions: cd /System/Library; sudo chmod -R 755 Extensions; sudo chown -R 0:0 Extensions; sudo touch Extensions You do not need to worry about the config.plist in the same directory; it's contents are already part of the .plist we've been using. 9. Run ssdtPRGen.sh, then copy ~/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.aml to EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched. 10. There are a couple entries in my config.plist that, so far, have been commented out (i.e. "<key>#Devices</key>"; the "#" is a comment). Go ahead and uncomment those (i.e. <key>Devices</key>). Also, now would be a good time to rename 'config-installation.plist' to just 'config.plist'. 11. Don't forget to generate unique SMBIOS data via Clover Configurator! That... should be it. Reboot, and enjoy your new Hackintosh! If any issues occur, or if I left something out, please don't hesitate to let me know below.
  4. Congrats on the successful install! I haven't seen many touchscreen Hackintoshes, let alone successful ones. Can you expand more on your boot problem? * Are you booting in legacy or UEFI? * If the latter, is Secure Boot / Fast Boot disabled? * Have you tried toggling CSM, if you have the option? * Is your config the same on the ESP as whatever you're booting from? * What drivers do you have installed in drivers64uefi? Are some of the things not included with your original post.
  5. Hello, You must be forgetting something. My laptop behaved similarly when I: Didn't disable Drop OEM SSDT Didn't enable KernelPm Make sure those are taken care of before proceeding. Cheers!
  6. Install the latest version of AppleALC to EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.12.
  7. No. Generate your own using ssdtPRGen.
  8. RehabMan wrote an excellent guide on patching laptops. If you still are unable to patch your DSDT with that guide, upload your extracted ACPI tables and I can give it a shot.
  9. Also make sure that CsrActiveConfig in config.plist is set to '0x67'; '0x3' gives me something similar on my laptop.
  10. Sorry to hear about your Mobility Radeon. Yes, either way, we would've had to disable it. If a Wi-Fi card wasn't working before, it's highly unlikely it's working now. You're better off buying a supported card.
  11. Aside from your Skylake-U CPU, your hardware is pretty much the same as my laptop.
  12. What's the default hibernatemode on iMacs these days? I thought hibernatemode 0 was the gold standard for desktop machines, Macs and Hackintoshes alike?
  13. That depends on what it's specs are. I've been able to use parts of the guide to help people with similar ASUS models, so you might have some luck using it.
  14. ati redeon 7550 sony vaio

    Everything you need to create a framebuffer patch is in the guide I linked. I could try and make one in my spare time if you upload your ROM file (step 1 of the guide) but I can't guarantee anything.
  15. You should be able to boot from both partitions.