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  1. gr3gko

    The Dell OptiMac Big Sur/OpenCore Thread - For 7020/9020 Optiplex Desktops

    I changed temporarily my 9020 Optimac SMBIOS to iMac16,1 and after reboot I was offered to update from Big Sur 11 to Monterey. I did that and everything works except there is no video signal after Wake and System Report says there is no kext for the MSI GeForce GT710 2GB LP (which works fine in...
  2. gr3gko

    The Dell OptiMac Big Sur/OpenCore Thread - For 7020/9020 Optiplex Desktops

    Following this amazing guide, I have an Optimac 9020 MT, i5-4590, HD 4600 running Big Sur 11.6.1 (20G224) AND Win 11, the things missing from the apple side are: Wake On Lan Sound from the DP to HDMI cable is it possible to have the two installations completely balanced?
  3. gr3gko

    The Dell OptiMac Big Sur/OpenCore Thread - For 7020/9020 Optiplex Desktops

    I was able to bypass this "Remote Management" screen by doing the following: unplug the ethernet cable before boot finalize the installation I connected the ethernet cable
  4. gr3gko

    The Dell OptiMac Big Sur/OpenCore Thread - For 7020/9020 Optiplex Desktops

    I found this I believe it is relevant and it concerns "Device Enrollment" ―it is the first time I hear about it.(https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/311052/why-do-i-get-a-remote-management-step-when-installing-high-sierra)
  5. gr3gko

    The Dell OptiMac Big Sur/OpenCore Thread - For 7020/9020 Optiplex Desktops

    I have never heard of them, I am on the other side of the world, I bought my DELL refurbished
  6. gr3gko

    The Dell OptiMac Big Sur/OpenCore Thread - For 7020/9020 Optiplex Desktops

    I followed this guide for my Optiplex 9020 MT step by step, all were smooth as expected until I stumbled at the attached "Remote Management" screen that I can't bypass. Until now I had Catalina, using Clover, without any problem. Has anyone else seen anything like this?
  7. gr3gko

    Update Directly to macOS High Sierra

    Updated from 10.12.06 to 10.13.03 without a problem, to my surprise I now have HDMI sound output. I had tried everything mentioned here without any success in HDMI sound. A rewarding experience after the brouhaha cleverly named "Security Update 2018-001" I got this morning…
  8. gr3gko

    Security Update 2018-001 for macOS Sierra 10.12.6 and OS X El Capitan 10.11.6

    I am running 10.12.6 and I also had a kernel panic never before experienced during a security update, this is what I did: I was able to boot using Clover options to disable AppleALC.kext Using KextBeast 2.0.1 updated AppleALC.kext 1.0.16 to version 1.2.2 from here...
  9. gr3gko

    OS X 10.10.3 Update

    Upgraded to 10.10.3 using APPSTOPE. I had to use -x to enter safe mode once and then: I used Multibeast 7.2 to reinstall sound. I applied this trim patch: http://www.tonymacx86.com/os-x-updates/161314-os-x-10-10-3-update-6.html#post1017430 For "Errors encountered ...Pausing 5 seconds" I used...
  10. gr3gko

    OS X 10.10.2 Update

    GA-Z77-DS3H (rev. 1.1) no graphics card: smooth upgrade to 10.10.2 using APPSTOPE. I had to use -x to enter safe mode once and then run Multibeast to reinstall sound and trim.
  11. gr3gko

    OS X 10.9.2 Update

    GA-Z77-DS3H (rev. 1.1) smooth upgrade to 10.9.2 using APPSTOPE. I had to rerun Multibeast and reinstall sound and trim
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