- Jun 18, 2014
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- Vega 64
- Mobile Phone
See pastrychef's build description as he's encountered this before.Well, I've assembled my new hackintosh replacing my mainboard and CPU (7700K to 8800K), and... Surprise! System boots "as is", no problem at all.
Only problem is suspension. System wakes, but inmediatly boots again. Any clue on this? Thanks.
Hey Stork,Wow! I've never heard of that problem before. Can you boot directly into HS on your MacBook? If so, then I'd post the above in the UniBeast forum section to see what MacMan has to say about your MacBook/Clover/Windows problem.
Hmmm, I format the USB thumb drives as per the tonymacx86 guide(s) for installing macOS and have never run into that problem. However, I'm glad you found the solution to your problem.Hey Stork,
I wanted to update this thread to let you know that I got it working a little while ago. I turned off BootCamp just in case. I found that my issue was that I did not format the USB as EFI before I used UniBeast (I did the normal format, but not EFI through the terminal). I didn't know of that requirement, and UniBeast did not complain when i created the USB drive...
I didn't buy the WiFi version of the HERO as I knew that wasn't compatible with macOS; most motherboard companies use the Intel WiFi/BT chipset as I assume they get a better price than from Broadcom.I was wondering if you were able to get Bluetooth working via the onboard Bluetooth chipset of the motherboard or know where to figure it out? I haven't figured that one out, and it seems like most posts revolve around using a USB dongle instead.
<key>KextsToPatch</key> <array> ... <dict> <key>Comment</key> <string>USB 10.13.4+ by PMHeart</string> <key>Disabled</key> <false/> <key>Find</key> <data> g32UDw+DlwQAAA== </data> <key>InfoPlistPatch</key> <false/> <key>MatchOS</key> <string>10.13.x</string> <key>Name</key> <string>com.apple.driver.usb.AppleUSBXHCI</string> <key>Replace</key> <data> g32UD5CQkJCQkA== </data> </dict> ... </array>
sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions/
Yes. I can now recommend that folks upgrade to High Sierra 10.13.4. Sleep/wake-up works (got broken in 10.13.3) and, most importantly, full support for the RX and Vega graphics cards (although there are numerous reports of the Vegas fans operating at a high speed).Stork
Thank you for all the work you have done for this organization. I have used your Thunderbolt build happily for quite a while now but it is getting a little old and since my wife is going away for 2 weeks this is a good time for building a new computer. 2 questions.
1. In post 36 you said High Sierra was buggy. Now I see you updated to 10.13.4 from 10.13.3. Do you find 10.13.4 stable enough for a build I use for a production system?
I was waiting to upgrade to HS 10.13.4 before moving it to a Golden Build. Thanks for reminding me. However, I have to get some free time to update Post #1's installation procedures before I move it.2. Is there any inference or worry to be drawn from this being a User build and not a Golden build? Seems like most posters get a good result from My Hero 2 and I thought my build would copy My Hero II (if I can find the Fenvi card.)
Yes. I can now recommend that folks upgrade to High Sierra 10.13.4. Sleep/wake-up works (got broken in 10.13.3) and, most importantly, full support for the RX and Vega graphics cards (although there are numerous reports of the Vegas fans operating at a high speed).
I was waiting to upgrade to HS 10.13.4 before moving it to a Golden Build. Thanks for reminding me. However, I have to get some free time to update Post #1's installation procedures before I move it.