I've not tested in 10.11. Try running Hackintool from Terminal and see if you get an exception error when you right-click the "Partition Scheme" list. If not I don't know what the problem is but most likely it's a change in the API I'm unaware of.
If you update to OC 0.5.9 you can block ACPI injection by setting UpdateSMBIOSMode to Custom
Read more about it @ https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/macos-win-dual-boot-at-same-disk-with-opencore.295892/
Smart apps now run when launching into Windows from OC
So recently my HiDPI modes disappeared on my hackintosh despite having WhateverGreen and the "enable-hdmi20" property set booting from either Clover or OpenCore.
So I decided to try injecting the HiDPI modes and was successful so I will share the method below:
1. Run Hackintool and go to the...
You caught me, yes that's me! lol
Thanks for posting you helped us fix the final ACPI error in Windows due to the EC entry!
I do have an OpenCore config from Chris that I've been helping with. It dual boots with Windows and has the OpenCanopy GUI.
There are a couple of remaining issues with...
I just remembered this tidbit from @whatnameisit
So I think I need to add a check for Catalina and not include the EC part if it is.
I must have the world fooled that I know what I'm doing! lol. Unless you've been doing this for many years and understand all the different nuances it's really...
@UtterDisbelief I would appreciate some advice if you have some time. So a user recently asked me the difference between the SSDT-EC and SSDT-USBX files generated by Hackintool and the OpenCore SSDT-EC and SSDT-EC-USBX located @ OpenCorePkg/tree/master/Docs/AcpiSamples.
At first I didn't think...
After clicking the Export button can you then run the following in Terminal then attach the Hackintool.txt file.
log show --predicate 'process == "Hackintool"' --style syslog --source --last boot >~/Hackintool.txt
Can you also attach your .ioreg file exported from IORegistryExplorer.