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  1. Version 1.0.0.0

    91 downloads

    Ozmosis Configurator will help you to fully configure your Ozmozis bootloader. More info: http://mackie100projects.altervista.org Compatibility (>= 10.8)
  2. Hello, Firstly, my system specs: ASUS Sabertooth Z97 Mark 1 Intel i7 4790K Nvidia Geforce GTX 980, reference model 16GB RAM, 1600 MHz 512 GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD (OS X) 256 GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD (Windows) LG 31MU97 (Monitor)(via DisplayPort for 4k @ 60 Hz) Side note: I will be referring to UEFI as BIOS in the following quandry. I have a bit of a problem... Allow me to get straight to the point. I have an ASUS Sabertooth Z97 Mark 1 mobo. I purchased it to start building my first Hackintosh. As many of you may know, in order for a Hackintosh to run correctly, there are certain default settings in BIOS that must be changed. I had no problems doing this initially, and therefore, I was eventually able to get my Hackintosh up and running, however due to my limited knowledge at the time, I had some clover bootloader issues that I believe to be outside the scope of this question. Just for the sake of clarity, my Hackintosh was set up for dual boot. One SSD for OS X and another SSD for Win7 64-bit. Until now I've not really had the need to access OS X which is why I was semi-content with the aforementioned clover bootloader issues, wherein the clover bootloader would actually fail to post at all despite me setting the drive where it was installed as 1st boot priority. I would always boot straight into windows. Now, I've said all that to say that to get everything working correctly I have basically decided that I will have to start over and install everything again on freshly wiped drives. As said before, I am very aware of the changes that must be made to the BIOS in order correctly run OS X. Unfortunately that is where I'm having a bit of a problem. Every time I boot up and press del and actually manage to get through to BIOS(sometimes it just boots straight into Windows even though I'm pressing del like a maniac), everything just freezes. All I see is N/A everywhere, the names of my drives, the incorrect time and date, along with some mysterious and horrible video distortion(video does not distort at windows login). Any keyboard input results in nothing, and the mouse is just frozen in the middle of the screen. I also noticed that the "BOOT_DEVICE_LED" debug light is lit up on the mobo when the BIOS is in this frozen state, although the computer boots to Windows just fine(and even OS X when I disconnect the Windows SSD). So needless to say there is no way I can change the settings I need to for this Hackintosh to work properly. It is also worth mentioning that my monitor(LG 31MU97) is plugged via displayport in a Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 reference model, on water. I shouldn't have to plug my monitor directly into the mobo when trying to access BIOS, right? Per some experiments, Ive noticed that the video does not distort when using HDMI on the GTX 980. So maybe there is something about displayport? Normally I wouldn't really care if I had to use HDMI, but I need 4k at 60 Hz pretty much all the time when on the computer, so it'd be pretty inconvenient just to have to plug in an HDMI when I'm changing BIOS settings. I don't want to overload this thread with another drawn out question, so I'll post another question here about my Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 displayport issue. Ive tried everything I know. Flashed a BIOS update(multiple times) using BIOS Flashback, reset CMOS, re-flashed GPU BIOS. I want to get the ball rolling for my Hackintosh, but it seems I'm at a standstill until I can get this BIOS situation figured out. Sorry for my long-winded question. I just don't want to leave out any details. Anyone have suggestions? Thanks in advance:) Distorted Frozen BIOS - DisplayPort->GTX 980 Not Distorted Frozen BIOS - HDMI->GTX 980 BOOT_DEVICE_LED debug light
  3. Version OZ 167X-Mas Edition Z77-DS3H

    180 downloads

    OZ 167X-Mas Edition Mod for Z77-DS3H Rev. 1.1 (1.0?) based on F11a Firmware customize Your Hackintosh with the defaults.plist extra in the zip file.......(only if You want use Your hackintosh with imessage appstore and so on.......) voddooHDA 2.8.8 is in the bios included, and enabled (update to 2.8.9 if You want) Imessage, Sound appstore works, but You have to make an unique hackintosh.....do that with clover configurator..... check my Defaults.plist..... enjoy
  4. are there any specific bios settings for asrock etreme 6 Hackintosh?
  5. HackinDoge

    Ozmosis

    Ozmosis Bootloader by?xpamamadeus Abridged Edition by Lacedaemon Features include color-coded words and illustrative pictures for readers age 4 and below, and large-type font for seniors!? ? ? WARNING: You will void your warranty if you use any of these mods, and there is no guarantee that this will work at all. ? The Z77MX-QUO-AOS motherboard, made by Quo Computer, ships with a modified BIOS and the Ozmosis bootloader, which can supposedly run any OS. ? ? Oz•mo•sis - a UEFI-based bootloader that was designed to boot any OS, and runs directly from the BIOS. ? Through extensive testing on Aptio-based boards from Gigabyte, we have devised a successful installation procedure of Ozmosis on most UEFI-based motherboards. ? Suitable BIOS versions are those that can write to the NVRAM without using the EMUVariableuefi driver from Clover. ?To see if your BIOS is suitable to run Ozmosis, install Clover and check if NVRAM variables are preserved after reboot, without using?EMUVariableuefi: # In Terminal:nvram -pOzmosis can load kexts from the BIOS, which allows us to run OS X without modifying the vanilla installer. ? Now that you've read the terms and agreements, here's what you'll need: An NVRAM-writeable BIOS version. Can be found (if lucky) in a forum thread, or by trial-and-error.MMTOOL 4.50.0.23 to manipulate modules inside the BIOS firmware.Ozmosis 1.01.0739M and it's associated drivers.Without a BIOS that allows access to the NVRAM, we cannot use Ozmosis for installation, but only to boot an already-installed system. First of all, you'll need to free some space in the current firmware for a successful mod. ?Check?how much free space there is in the firmware using MMTool. There is typically 7 KB free in an untouched Gigabyte BIOS.?Ozmosis will need about 570kb free space without kexts. ?To inject large amounts of kexts, you'll need to free more space.An easy way to make free space in the firmware is to compress the?COREDXE module.?Delete the default Filesystem?driver from the firmware because you'll use an enhanced version that works best with Ozmosis.?Inject?Ozmosis?and it's drivers into the firmware. ?With this, we can boot into OS X if we have FakeSMC and needed drivers in /S/L/E.To inject kexts in Ozmosis, they must first be converted to FFS format, which can be achieved using a script called?Kext2Ffs?by FredWsta and STLVNUB. ?Copy your kexts to the "Kexts" folder, run the script, and use MMTool to inject the output FFS into the firmware (compressed or uncompressed does not make a difference in functionality). ? Now we can flash this onto our motherboard and test. ? To change the SMBIOS, simply run the following commands in Terminal. ?Change the <> wrapped fields with your own SMBios.plist data:? sudo nvram 4D1FDA02-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B30102:BiosVersion=<Mac.BIOS.Version>sudo nvram 4D1FDA02-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B30102:ProductName=<MacFamily1,1>sudo nvram 4D1FDA02-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B30102:SystemSerial=<S0M3S3R14LNMBR>sudo nvram 4D1FDA02-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B30102:ProductFamily=<MacFamily>sudo nvram 4D1FDA02-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B30102:ProductId=<Mac-BoardIDHere>Enjoy! ? Credits for Ozmosis bootloader goes to?"The HermitCrab Labs" ? Credits for this post go to?xpamamadeus?@ InsanelyMac! (original)
  6. We all know that UEFI Firmware sooner or later will permanently replace BIOS Firmware... The UEFI firmware has many advantages over the BIOS firmware, for those who want to know them, take a look here > http://www.uefi.org/faq Here > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unified_Extensible_Firmware_Interface And at this nice article > http://www.extremetech.com/computing/96985-demystifying-uefi-the-long-overdue-bios-replacement For those who already know UEFI, sometimes, as we're still under adaptation, we may find ourselves in some tricky situations that with the older BIOS firmware, we couldn't fix easily without a OS, but with UEFI firmware... Of course we can! With UEFI firmware, we can execute (U)EFI applications without the need of any preinstalled OS... Here are some examples that may surprise some users... Shell > https://edk2.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/edk2/trunk/edk2/EdkShellBinPkg/FullShell/X64/Shell_Full.efi Command Line Interface. Microsoft EFI Utilities > http://www.intel.com/technology/efi/agree_diskutil.htm Diskpart (Disk partitioning utility), Efifmt (EFI Format utility) and Efichk (EFI Check Disk utility). GPTSync > http://refit.sourceforge.net/doc/c2s3_shell.html Tool to synchronise legacy MBR partition table with the GPT partition table. Memtest > http://www.memtest86.com/index.html Tool to test Memory Modules and check System Information. There are also some alternative bootloaders like rEFInd and rEFIt that may be useful for "Advanced and Power Users"... rEFInd > http://www.rodsbooks.com/refind/ rEFIt > http://refit.sourceforge.net Nice! But... How this information will help me? Well, I'm sure that many people disagree, but, to have all tools (not bootloaders) listed above at your EFI partition, are needed around 5mb, and believe me, they may be a life saver... For example, with the (U)EFI Shell we can load (U)EFI Drivers and Applications to access filesystems and get some needed information that for any reason, you can't get from the OS... You will have access to all partitions, from Internal or External devices, that are recognised by the Shell... You can have "Read" access to the following filesystems using an appropriate (U)EFI Driver... AFFS>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amiga_Fast_File_System BFS>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Be_File_System BtrFS>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Btrfs ExFAT>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exfat EXT>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extended_file_system EXT2>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extended_file_system EXT3>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extended_file_system EXT4>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extended_file_system HFS>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hierarchical_File_System HFS+>?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HFS%2B ISO9660>?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iso9660 JFS>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Journaling_file_system NilFS2>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NILFS NTFS>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ntfs ReiserFS>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reiserfs SFS>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart_File_System UDF>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Disk_Format UFS2>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UFS2 XFS>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xfs ZFS>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zfs You can get all available (U)EFI Drivers from here >?http://efi.akeo.ie/downloads/efifs-0.6.1/x64/ PS: Unfortunately, there are precompiled binaries only for 64bit firmwares... For those who want 32bit binaries, you can try to follow this guide... >?http://osxbook.com/book/bonus/chapter4/efiprogramming/ Some tweaking will be required though as this is a bit old article... Good news for those who need 32bit binaries! Andy Vandijck (AnV) Ported the EFIFS Drivers to use EDKII instead of GNU EFI, so now, you can take them from here (64bit binaries also available) > http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/300222-updated-efi-filesystem-drivers-efifs-ported-to-edk2/#entry2051091 Thank you AnV! To load a (U)EFI Driver, use the example below by changing fsX:\DRIVER_FOLDER with the right path to the driver and DRIVER.efi for the driver name... cd fsX:\DRIVER_FOLDERload DRIVER.efimap -r FAT16/32 Filesystems are the only filesystems with native "Read and Write" support under UEFI firmware... By having Read and Write access to FAT filesystems, you can easily manage bootloaders, that in our case, as we are Hackintoshers, this is really handy, for Clover and also Chameleon users... Obviously, the partition where the bootloader is installed must be FAT32 formatted (standard for ESP (EFI) partition) as we can copy/move/rename/delete/create?files and directories... We can also manage "Boot Entries" using bcfg from the (U)EFI Shell... For example, we have Memtest's binary at the EFI partition and we want to call it independent of the bootloader (Clover in this case, as it is the only true (U)EFI bootloader for Hackintoshes), we only have to run the following commands... First, to know an available entry... bcfg boot dump You will see an output similar to the below one... Following the example, we have three entries and we will add the fourth... Assuming that your ESP (EFI) partition is "fs0" (you have to find him), we will run the following command... bcfg boot add 3 fs0:\EFI\Memtest_X64.efi "Memtest" After run the command, if you run bcfg boot dump again, you will see your new entry added... After this, you can start Memtest during the machine's startup by pressing F8 key for example, and selecting the "Memtest" entry... To remove an "Boot Option", for example, rEFInd (still using the Image above as example), use the following command... bcfg boot rm 0 After run the command, if you run bcfg boot dump again, you will see that rEFInd isn't between you available Boot Options anymore... Here is a (U)EFI Shell Command Reference list > http://www.sysadminshare.com/2012/01/efi-shell-commands.html I hope that this information may help you to understand better what you have at your hands... And if you have any tip, feel free to share it here!
  7. Version F22

    324 downloads

    For the adventurous. NVRAM is not writable in this version (F22), so SMBIOS can't be set. It does, however, boot successfully into OS X. The following changes were made: Compress CORE_DXE to make room for Ozmosis. Delete OEM "Filesystem" driver to make room for Ozmosis-enhanced version. Ozmosis 1.01.0739M was installed. Hermit Shell included. OsxAptioFixDrv-64 and EmuVariableUefi-64 were added, although the latter doesn't seem to enable NVRAM functionality... If updating from a previous BIOS version and are using the VT2021 DSDT patch, boot into OS X with the new F22 BIOS and make a new DSDT. Instructions on how to make your own: http://www.hackintoshosx.com/topic/20657-ozmosis Z77D3H-Ozmosis.rpt: +-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+| MMTOOL 4.50.0023 || Copyright (c)2010 American Megatrends, Inc. |+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+| Firmware Image Information |+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+| Image Size : 800000 |+------+-------------------------------+--------------+-----------+-----------+| FV | FV TYPE | Location | Length | FFSs |+------+-------------------------------+--------------+-----------+-----------+| 00 | Non-FFS FV | 00200000 | 020000 | 001 || 01 | Non-FFS FV | 00240000 | 4C0000 | 003 || 02 | Nested FV | 00000000 | 836000 | 196 || 03 | Boot Block FV | 00700000 | 100000 | 050 |+------+-------------------------------+--------------+-----------+-----------+| Nested Firmware Volume Information |+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+| FV | Nesting Information | Length | FFSs |+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+| 02 | Parent Fv : 01 Parent FFS : 00 | 836000 | 196 |+------+-------------------------------+--------------+-----------+-----------+| NCB Information |+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+| NCB No : 0 Location : 00000000 Length : 200000 || NCB No : 1 Location : 00220000 Length : 020000 |+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+| Driver Information |+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+| Firmware Volume : 00 Location : 00200000 Length : 020000 |+---+---------------+------------------------------------+--------+------+----+|NO | FileName | GUID |Location| Size |Type|+---+---------------+------------------------------------+--------+------+----+|000| |CEF5B9A3-476D-497F-9FDC-E98143E0422C|00200048|01FFB8|RAW |+---+---------------+------------------------------------+--------+------+----+| Bytes Free : 000000 ( 0 KB) Bytes Used : 020000 (128 KB) |+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+| Firmware Volume : 01 Location : 00240000 Length : 4C0000 |+---+---------------+------------------------------------+--------+------+----+|NO | FileName | GUID |Location| Size |Type|+---+---------------+------------------------------------+--------+------+----+|000| |AE717C2F-1A42-4F2B-8861-78B79CA07E07|00240048|2EC4C7|FV ||001| |17088572-377F-44EF-8F4E-B09FFF46A070|0052C528|020818|RAW ||002|S3Restore |EFD652CC-0E99-40F0-96C0-E08C089070FC|0054CD40|0025BC|PEIM|+---+---------------+------------------------------------+--------+------+----+| Bytes Free : 1B0D18 (1731 KB) Bytes Used : 30F2E8 (3132 KB) |+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+| Firmware Volume : 02 Location : 00000000 Length : 836000 |+---+---------------+------------------------------------+--------+------+----+|NO | FileName | GUID |Location| Size |Type|+---+---------------+------------------------------------+--------+------+----+|000|IntelSaGopDriver|5C266089-E103-4D43-9AB5-12D7095BE2AF|00000048|001335|DRVR||001|IntelIvbGopDriv|5BBA83E6-F027-4CA7-BFD0-16358CC9E123|0000137D|00B224|DRVR||002|IntelSnbGopDriv|8D59EBC8-B85E-400E-970A-1F995D1DB91E|0000C5A1|00AE64|DRVR||003| |17088572-377F-44EF-8F4E-B09FFF46A070|00017405|020818|RAW ||004|CpuDxe |E03ABADF-E536-4E88-B3A0-B77F78EB34FE|00037C1D|0034A1|DRVR||005| |DAC2B117-B5FB-4964-A312-0DCC77061B9B|0003B0BE|00D0E9|FRFM||006| |9221315B-30BB-46B5-813E-1B1BF4712BD3|000481A7|0006C5|FRFM||007|Runtime |CBC59C4A-383A-41EB-A8EE-4498AEA567E4|0004886C|012BE1|DRVR||008|ReFlash |70E1A818-0BE1-4449-BFD4-9EF68C7F02A8|0005B44D|00335D|DRVR||009|PciBus |3C1DE39F-D207-408A-AACC-731CFB7F1DD7|0005E7AA|00E0B9|DRVR||010|AmiBoardInfo 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  8. hello my friends i have an UEFI motherboard so i need patched bios i download it from this site:?http://biosrepo.wordpress.com/asus/ ? after that i need to install the patched bios file with?DPCIManager because i don't?"ASUS USB BIOS Flashback?button ? so haw can i install it? and thanks.....(:
  9. Version 2.70

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    H61M-VS 2.70 BIOS UEFI Patched for Mac OS X HPET by CharlesJavier7
  10. Can somebody help me? I own a Acer Aspire V3-571G and my problem is that there is a HM77 Chipset in it with an Intel Processor what uses an Integrated Intel HD 4000 Card. in the newest chameleon is written that there has to be 64,96 or 192 mb as graphical memory, BUT NOT 128MB as i have. my problem - i have a VERY restricted bios, and NO its not possible to update it, so i get a very big problem that no driver works for me. is there some how a patch/fix or some other programme what will allow me to use my HD4000 even with 128MB video ram? i am a bit upset^^. please answer somebody. i REALLY would appreciate it.
  11. Well, now I've got unlocked the BIOS on my ASUS x53sv laptop and I am able to shut down Intel graphics from there, is there any news about getting the geforce GT 540M work? ? thanks in advance
  12. hi , i want to install mac in my asus n56vz but i am only able to enter bios through windows 8 efi. and there i dont see any option for dvd in boot device priority. i only see windows 8 efi in the boot device priority. i want to see my dvd , please help me and sorry for my english i cant enter bios with f2 , windows 8 forces me to use efi boot to reach bios settings
  13. Trying to seach a dsdt file for my motherboard that its not so much old...but her bios is version F2... :confused: can comeone help me whit that? i'm thying to biuld a hackintosh clean and supported by apple app, all cleans! but no dsdt correct, i think the only thing that i can do is update the bios but i dont want t pawn my mobo whit this situation... help please! specs PC down: GA-H67M-D2-B3 BIOS F2 Intel Core i5 2500 8GB RAM Nvidia 550Ti
  14. Ola pessoa , estou com um problema Ja instalei no meu pc o Iatkos s3 sem problemas , mas quando vou instalar o Lion , quando saio da tela do iB{censored} e aparece a tela cinza com a Maçã , ela trava e aparece aquela cena clássica de erro pedindo para dar reboot , oque e ? meu cpu e Intel DualCore 2,00ghz Nvidia Geforce 7300gs Hd de 320 3Gb de ram
  15. Hi guys, I have a problem in my bios and boot screen because it shows low resolution when i changed my video card to a new one. I even reformatted the drive and it still did not solve the problem. My board is Intel DG45ID and i have a video card GTX 550 Ti. My previous card was NVIDIA 8800GT. I also did a reset on the cmos by removing the battery thinking it will solve the issue but still it did not. When i try to put the DVI to the built in DVI of my motherboard, the boot screen and bios screen is in full screen. By the way i have 10.7.2 Lion. I even placed graphics mode at 1920x1080 but still no luck. Anyone know how to solve this issue? Thanks!!!
  16. Ola galera. Então sou novo nesse negocio de hackintosh, fui fazer o processo no meu notebook, ocorreu tudo bem, ele fez a instalação, aí instalei chamelon e reiniciei. Só que fica aparecendo uma mensagem com o botão POWER dizendo para reiniciar o note. Já tentei meche nas configurações da BIOS, mas não entendo muito. Vocês poderiam me ajudar? Grato
  17. So I got a Medion pc with a very unknown motherboard. MEDION AKOYA P7316 Motherboard: MSI MS-7616 CPU: i7-870 2.93 GHZ GPU: Sapphire ATI HD 6870 USB 3.0 300n Wireless Network card 650W XFX PSU 8GB RAM 1TB HDD 40GB SSD So I got a partition from my HDD from GB to install snow leopard on. I got a Empire EFI CD. I got a torrent downloaded OS X Snow Leopard CD ONLY to test if I get to the installation screen. Because otherwise I will buy a Snow Leopard copy for nothing and that seems like a waste to me. Problem is I dont get to the installation screen. It gets some weird error and keeps repeating it. I tried to do those settings in my BIOS but I cant find the settings. It seems that my BIOS is different than the video tutorials etc. I cant seem to find the settings to. And I have no idea how to customize the Empire efi cd. Can anyone help?
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