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  1. HackinDoge

    Apple présente macOS Mojave

    It looks like your HD 5770 is fully recognized. Are you able to get graphics acceleration on Mojave?
  2. HackinDoge

    Help please DSDT to patch audio appleHDA.kext

    Hi there, What method are you using to extract the DSDT? Note that it is not enough to simply open MaciASL. More information can be found here.
  3. HackinDoge

    Gigabyte GA-Z77-D3H (Rev 1.0) Hackintosh Build

    Probably only AtherosL1cEthernet can be found on this site. The rest can be found on their respective pages, which can be found via a quick Internet search.
  4. ASUS FX502VM-AH51 CPU: Intel Core i5-6300HQ 2.3GHz RAM: 16GB DDR4-2133 Storage: 1TB 7200RPM HDD GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Wi-Fi: Switched to Dell DW1560 OS: macOS 10.13 High Sierra / Windows 10 I had actually upgraded from my X555LB-NS51 a year prior to the writing of this post, but due to unfamiliar complexities (Intel Skylake, NVIDIA Pascal, I2C trackpad, no iGPU, keyboard backlight, NGFF Wi-Fi) as well as time constraints (work + school), I put off writing anything until I had ironed out the aforementioned. This post assumes prior knowledge in the topics covered. For readers without such knowledge, refer to the X555LB-NS51 linked above and/or seek further information via independent research. I. Installation After Step 1 the keyboard should function. The trackpad, however, will not function without the steps in Post Installation, so be sure to have a USB mouse handy. Create the installer as usual. Boot with nv_disable=1, and make sure to not drop the NVIDIA GPU's OEM _DSM in Clover. II. Post Installation drivers64uefi AptioMemoryFix config.plist Kexts (besides the NVIDIA Web Drivers) ACPI DSDT RehabMan Laptop-DSDT-Patch alexandred VoodooI2C [Controllers] I2C Controllers [SKL] [GPIO] GPIO Controller Enable [SKL+] GPIO Pinning for ELAN1200 - FX502VM Rename HDAS to HDEF into_all method label HDAS set_label begin HDEF end; into_all method code_regex HDAS replaceall_matched begin HDEF end; Display backlight control (using Brightness by Berg Design) Keyboard backlight (no control) SSDT ssdt.aml (ssdtPRGen.sh) SSDT-HDAU.aml Power Management X86PlatformPlugin must be patched to allow the CPU to step down to 800MHz (idle freq). BIOS Patching to boot without KernelPm is possible. Final Impressions The Wi-Fi card in this laptop was much easier to replace. A simple unscrew of the back panel gives one access to all the important peripherals, unlike the X555LB-NS51, which needed to be fully disassembled to reach the back of the motherboard to replace the Wi-Fi card. The ALC255 audio was less fussy. The ALC233 variant in the X555LB-NS51 needed a non-standard patch to get the microphone working. The trackpad and display brightness control were the two hardest obstacles to overcome. Prior to owning this laptop, I had never heard of the I2C interface nor it's connected peripherals. Preliminary support for I2C trackpads, namely the ELAN1200, was shaky, and required a special patch to be manually baked in to get it working. All previously established display brightness control implementations were designed for Intel iGPUs, but this laptop's iGPU is disabled. It wouldn't be until I stumbled upon onejay09's thread @ InsanelyMac that I would be able to control the display brightness. Before then, it was stuck at full brightness, which hurt battery life. Credits EMlyDinEsH for the keyboard backlight DSDT patch onejay09 for the display backlight control DSDT patch
  5. HackinDoge

    Install Hackintosh

    I completed a similar build with macOS Sierra 10.12 awhile back. Maybe you can find stuff that'll help you in that post.
  6. HackinDoge

    Nvidia geforce gt 550M

    Does your laptop only have the GT 550M, or are there Intel integrated graphics as well? If the latter, you'll want to disable the NVIDIA card and follow the necessary steps (found via your own research) for your iGPU. /u/CorpNewt has an excellent tool that encompasses the NVIDIA Web Drivers. All the information you need to use it is in the README.
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    ASUS X555LB-NS51 "HacBook Pro"

    Hey @Dmos, thanks for covering for me. @mrnewba, I no longer have this laptop so I will not be updating the guide further. Dmos is right, the Other folder is better if you don't want to keep moving your kexts every OS revision. You should be using EMlyDinEsH's Smart Touchpad Driver, which I should've included in the post installation kexts. You should definitely be patching your DSDT. If your laptop doesn't have an NVIDIA GPU then you can skip any steps in that stage past Step 3, and omit the patch in Patch DSDT > Step 4 starting with `into method label _REG parent_hid PNP0C09 insert`.
  8. HackinDoge

    VoodooI2C for ELAN1200 Trackpad

    Version 1.0.4


    This copy of alexandred's VoodooI2C (normally for use with ELAN1000) has been patched for use with ELAN1200 trackpads, and is confirmed compatible with macOS 10.13 High Sierra. Recommended install location is [ESP]/EFI/CLOVER/kexts/[OS Version].
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    OS X boot loader path

    This is expected. AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement is an Apple kext, and is located at /S/L/E. Weird, NCPM should've solved any AICPUPM woes for that dual Xeon setup. Have you tried placing it in EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other? Maybe installing it to /S/L/E and booting without caches might work?
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    Dual display with ATI HD 4870

    Sounds to me like graphics acceleration isn't fully working. If this happens with any of the framebuffers you've tried, then you'll likely need to make your own patched one. I linked a tutorial on how to do that farther up in the thread.
  11. HackinDoge

    Best Monitor with 144Hz refresh rate

    Hi Daniel, Nice choice! What GPU are you rocking? For anyone else reading and interested in a high refresh rate monitor, I would recommend one with Adaptive Sync technology relative to the brand of your graphics card. Some entry level samples are included below: NVIDIA - G-Sync Acer XB241H AMD - FreeSync Acer XF240H
  12. HackinDoge

    Dual display with ATI HD 4870

    Hi, If you have no signal at boot, it may indicate that a different or patched framebuffer is required. Depending on what bootloader you're using, the invocation of a different framebuffer differs: Chameleon/Enoch/Chimera AtiConfig=framebuffer Clover [more info] <key>Graphics</key> <dict> <key>FBName</key> <string>framebuffer</string> </dict> I would recommend trying the Radeon framebuffer first. If that doesn't work, then it is likely you will have to take the patch route.
  13. HackinDoge

    OS X boot loader path

    Hi, I'm still not quite sure what you were trying to accomplish or if you were successful in your goal, but the Clover wiki has a page that should answer this particular question of yours: https://clover-wiki.zetam.org/What-is-what
  14. I'm surprised that old kext even worked in Sierra. You're lucky it didn't break your system! From what I gather from the comments section of the file you used, if your card isn't being recognized properly by the kext alone, you'll need some kind of DSDT patch to get it properly recognized, although the OP wasn't very specific as to what kind of patch was necessary. However, I would advise that you halt any further work on the GT 540M, delete the installed kext, and focus your efforts on disabling it, as NVIDIA Optimus does not work in macOS. You'll be able to achieve full graphics acceleration and save a lot more battery if you stuck with your HD 3000.
  15. HackinDoge

    Pentium G3258 / GA-H81M-DS2V "Hac mini"

    Try toggling Graphics Injection in Clover. Semi-older cards like Fermi/Kepler didn't need any graphics injection, but iirc many of the older NVIDIA cards i.e. your 8400GS needed to be injected.

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