1. jbhul

    Dell XPS 13 9365 CFG Lock

    Hello Y'all, I am trying to install Big Sur on a Dell XPS 13 9365 and am running into an issue setting the CFG Lock. I've followed the dortania guide for the install (and this guide loosely). I am able to get to the installer just fine. I am following the dreamwhite guide (I have attached the...
  2. miliuco

    [GUIDE] macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 on Z390 Aorus Elite board

    Hardware Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Elite motherboard: support for Intel 8th and 9th generation processors, Realtek ALC1220 audio, Intel I219V Ethernet, 4 PCI-E slots, 2-3-3.1 USB ports, Intel UHD Graphics 630 integrated graphics card and M.2 disk connectors 9th generation Intel i7 9700 processor Nox...
  3. miliuco

    [GUIDE] Unlocking CFG with OpenCore and CFGLock.efi

    What is CFG Lock and MSR 0xE2? CFG Lock is a BIOS setting that allows writing to a specific register, in this case MSR E2 (MSR = Model Specific Register). An MSR consists of one or more registers in blocks of instructions used to do certain tasks on a CPU. MTRs are also used to control CPU's...
  4. MacXZ

    EPC621D8A(asrock) can not patch CFG Lock.

    CPU always idle at 3.0GHz when I use clvoer, but opencore works well. I try to use AppleIntelInfo.kext or Hackintool get some info, but get Fault Cpu panic. There are no CFG option in my bios. I try to disable CFG Lock with this guide.(Patch CFG Lock) Manual and Bios about my motherboard. I...
  5. RyanTheMayan

    Gigabyte Brix S GB-BSi7H-6500 BIOS Problem

    Hi. Recently I bought a Gigabyte Brix S and am trying to install Mac OS Sierra on it. I've been using this guide. The problem is, hen I get to the actual BIOS part of the installation, I do not have an option for CFG-lock. The processor is an Intel i7-6500U. 'Secure boot' is off by default...
  6. Smack-fu

    A few questions regarding BIOS-types and VT-d

    Hello Hackintoshers! I was wondering if you could help me understand something: I've been trying to read up on Hackintoshes since I'm curious about making one myself. I currently have an iMac of 2012 (the first Flat iMacs without a Superdrive), but I want something beefier :) The thing is...