- May 1, 2010
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Oups my bad ... should be OK now !you forgot to add AppleHDA_ALC283_out.kext within your last Sebinouse Zip archive. Am I right?
I really don't know ... sorryEDIT2: could we remove the folder "macOS Install Data" in the root of the "Macintosh HD" volume?
you can give a look to the El Capitan thread and try to mix the ACPI/config files to match macOS SierraI am using Haswell Nuc D34010WYKH with latest 042 bios. So far, I have not even been able to boot a USB install disk.
Can anyone share their EFI folder?
Yep ... always run the Permission Command (from any folder) after every single change in S/L/E/ ...but when i do that i get the message system extension can not be used, was installed improperly.. blah blah blah.
is this normal?
Just Something id say. make sure that you have (injectEDID) in Config if you don't itll default to True instead of False. For example should look something like my dummy Config. I think this is a Bug with the latest version of Clover. I ran into this problem with my system. Note do not open it with Clover Configurator again or Clover will default it True instead of False.If you recently updated Clover, make sure:
New version of Clover has a bug. Where it has to be in the config set to false if you delete it Clover will default it to (inject EDID) True. New version of Clover has bugs.We don't use Clover's config.plist to Inject the IntelHD5k so there is no need to populate EDID ...
If we do so (see capture below) we loose hdmi audio when we try to inject an Apple Display for better results ...
I will set it to false in the next update anywayView attachment 212482
Seems to be yes. If you're using HD Graphics then you will have this issue.As far as I know it's only when you inject Intel ? No ?