Good evening to all,
Probably the question I will ask you, has already been asked by some other user...,
but I have tried to read various posts and I haven't been able to find the answer yet,
so..., I ask you in advance to apologize if that was the case.
Can I use this utility/injection with...
Thank you for the nice words...! :clap:
I did not set off any controversy, but simply advise you to carefully read point by point guide to avoid have missed some steps.
It also happened to me to bang my head and then it was just distraction in reading. :banghead:
I never thought remotely you...
Dear @hoeman, from my point of view you should read carefully the guide of @kgp point by point, being careful not to leave out anything...
Because, I also have an RVE and your own CPU and I have no problem to boot and activate XCPM and OC.
Also, as kgp says, the brumbaer patch for x99 is now...
Surely it is irrelevant, but I had made the mistake as well I, certainly kgp has committed badly typing, in my old post, I asked if (certainly) were not to use both modified kext ... in fact kgp had responded by confirming that was to be inserted exclusively: TSCAdjustRest.kext ...
I tested a new installation of HS 10.13.6 on a new ssd, and I opted to use a new procedure to create a USB stick and keep the file system in HFSj +.
attached file below: Patched OSInstaller.framework By crazybirdy
To get a working xcpm I inserted this patch below, found on insanelymac (thanks to cfszs, that managed to find the correct binary file):
performance fix for 10.13.6 (17G65)
C1 E3 08 48 63 D3 89 D0 48 C1 EA 20 B9 99 01 00 00 0F 30 48 FF 05 79 B0 6B 00 48 83 C4 08 5B 5D C3 66 2E...
My USB 3.1 (ASMedia ASM1142) is recognizable under: H000, better: PCI0/BR2A/H000. I can not implement it within the SSDT, it is recognized in the PCI menu only as: H000. both for 10.13.5 and for Mojave ... What am I doing wrong?
In section C. it is no longer possible to compile AptioMemoryFix.efi using the builder.sh command, but using only the auto build of the docker container on CentOS 7.
I simply downloaded and installed: docker.app, so as to implement these commands.