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  1. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    That is the difference, I never bought the nuc for Hackintosh. I only did that later, after I was reading about r/hackintosh and the nuc8 as a little side project :) i’m all-in on apple (iphone xs, ipad air, ipad, macbookpro, 2x atv), so the imac makes sense for me. i’m perfectly aware that...
  2. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    Thank you spotssy. Best of luck with your health first, nucintosh second! I was only able to select vega 48 over 580. 5700 was not an option. Note: its an imac, not an imac pr Note2: its the same on apple.com. Imac can be upgraded to vega48 and imac pro to vega 64 or 64X (from 56)
  3. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    That is not an option in the configuration? :)
  4. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    So in a few days I will receive fully specced (i9, vega48, 64gb which I upgrade myself) iMac from Apple so I will say goodbye to my nucintosh . It was a short but interesting time into the hackintosh scene for me and learned a thing or two . The main thing for me is that you will never get it...
  5. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    I'll let you know when I have it again
  6. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    For some reason last few days when I wake up my nuc I see an error my system restarted because of wake issue.. I don't know why, it worked for a few weeks without any issue.
  7. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    no issues detected after few days. Sleep works perfect.
  8. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    So I took the time to make a custom USB SSDT for the NUC8. I was preparing myself for a long evening but wow was that an easy job! The reading took longer then executing. I did it a second time and it took me literly 5minutes... And best of all it seems to work work very well: - first of all...
  9. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    I ran above command an attached the result, doesn't mean much to me. Maybe you or Leesureone?
  10. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    would you be able to guide me to the right direction how I could check if it's related to "usb port limit patch" and how I can create a custom usb kext? I'm still not quite sure what the difference is between a kext and a ssdt also..
  11. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    Actually I have been using the M.2 BT/Wifi card for weeks without issues but without the 2-wire cable for the BT part of it (was waiting for the parts and didn't get around soldering the wires). So I was just using the Wi-Fi part of it combined with a BT dongle and all the continunity stuff...
  12. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    Yeah, installation went perfectly fine they way you describe (doing it like this myself all the time). But now I ise the internal broadcom BT chip over the BT dongle I’m having some issues with sleep which I’m trying to resolve. I really want to use this BT over the dongle as it is much better...
  13. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    I called victory to soon.. this morning I came to know my pc restarted due to sleep issues and after the restart I have similar symptoms as before: Any suggestions?
  14. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    He's indeed idle for quite some time now.. I succesfully installed Catelina (latest, downloaded from app store) from USB with BT working. Need to check stability etc (reboot, sleep). Currently installing all software (which goes quite quick with homebrew) Edit: First reboot: everything still...
  15. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    Thanks, I replaced the ACPI folder but didn't work.. I'm now going to replace the whole EFI. Fyi: post #1582 spottsy mentioned he clean installed Catelina directly from usb. Edit: with your efi + patched acpi + some personal tweaks to clover.plist it’s now installing catelina directly from...
  16. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    Actually the usb I had was still mojave, same issue (while I used that many times before). Everytime I change my efi I also do it on the usb (after I confirm it boots fine). But since it didnt work anymore I decided to make a catelina installer with my efi. I zlso believe @spotty was able to...
  17. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    So I installed the cable for native BT and it allthoug it works, it's very unstable: - often during boot when apple logo shows it reboots and then 2nd or 3rd boot it boots fine.. - when coming out of sleep it says BT not available, allthough some BT devices still (partially) works (eg. mouse...
  18. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    No it’s ok. I only read your reply to spotsy. However it didnt work. I believe I did the soldering wrong. I just soldered red to red and black to black but looking to the schematics on github I noticed I need to link them to wires of pin2 and 3 and the red and black are pin1 and 4..
  19. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    I replaced the files but it says "Bluetooth: not available" :( Do I need to do something else?
  20. HedgeHog2k

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    I had my first nuc8 replaced just for that. Your temps are too high and I had that as well with my first one. The second nuc8, the operating temps were lower. Too reduce them even further I replaced the thermal compound with high quality stuff. My idle temps is now around 40c, normal usage...
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