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CustoMacMini 2014 - Intel NUC Haswell i5-4250U - Sierra

Joined
Oct 11, 2019
Messages
16
Motherboard
Intel NUC D54250WYKH
CPU
i5-4250U
Graphics
HD 5000
Mac
Mac mini
I observed one difference between ioreg's for the:
IOService:/AppleACPIPlatformExpert/PCI0@0/AppleACPIPCI/HDAU@3/AppleHDAController@3/IOHDACodecDevice@3,0/IOHDACodecDriver/IOHDACodecFunction@3,0,1/AppleHDACodecGeneric/AppleHDADriver/AppleHDAEngineOutputDP@3,0,1,0


for the working one (Sierra version):
IOAudioEngineClockDomain = 0x4178f00

for the problematic one (Mojave):
IOAudioEngineClockDomain = 0x737973

I wonder if this clock value difference could be the trouble with coreaudiod failing to work.
Please advise!
I figure out why the audio didn't work after the update.
There was in the log something like:
"
localhost kernel[0]: (AppleSystemPolicy) <AppleSystemPolicy`AppleSystemPolicy::logExecutable(char const*, char const*, int)> log-executable mig callout failed 0x10000004 (path: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/InstantOn.driver/Contents/MacOS/InstantOn responsiblePath: /usr/sbin/coreaudiod isExecution: 0)
"

And I observed that coreaudiod was quarantined and after boot it wasn't launched.

Once that I delete the old content from /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/ and I reboot the audio panel and audio was present again.
 
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motherboard or system make & model # > See Rules!
CPU
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Graphics
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Mac
Mac mini
Mobile Phone
iOS
I managed to update my NUC from High Sierra to Catalina 10.15.4 with the EFI from the first post with Clover r5107 and a fake EC by a SSDT_EC.aml in EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched/.
 
Joined
Jul 20, 2015
Messages
5
Motherboard
Intel
CPU
Haswell
Graphics
Intel HD 5000
Hi fellows, I have an issue regarding rendering in some apps. The app list is mostly electron-based apps:
- Android Studio
- Visual Studio Code
- Google Chrome
- Java Installer

For some apps there is a workaround to run without hardware graphics acceleration (I.E `code --disable-gpu`)
I was wondering if there is any solution to make this apps run natively without workarounds? For some apps there is no workaround at all (Such as Android Studio).

The problem started since Sierra actually.
 
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