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Hackintosh Specs

  • CPU
    i5 9600K
  • Motherboard
    Asus TUF B360M-Plus Gaming
  • GPU
    UHD 630
    Hackintosh Catalina

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  1. You we're right, as always hahaha, i need to patch correctly my connectors, but after trying out all the combinations, i've almost give up. The solution for me was to use the Lilu and WhateverGreen posted here and also copy his config.plist Device Properties to my config.plist, only the device properties. After that everything worked successfully, the HDMI with the Hardware Acceleration, finally !! Need to thank you for all your help, i have some difficult to get what i need, but at the end everything ended well. It was a pretty hard hackintosh, i was expecting something easier hahaha. For those ones who has the same motherboard, i'm gonna leave my config.plist below. config.plist.zip
  2. Unfortunately doesn't work, i've manage to login the computador using the TeamViewer without the HDMI, verified the hardware acceleration (which is working by the way), and curiously when i connect the cable (HDMI) the system immediately restart. I'm not sure why this happening, but i hope it has a solution for this. My motherboard has 1 HDMI and 1 DVI, but i don't have a DVI cable neither a Monitor with DVI connection, my monitor has only HDMI and VGA. What can i do by now, please? P.S.: curiously the IGPU isn't showed on "About this Mac", but i don't think thats a problem, right? Here are some images of the system taken using TeamViewer: https://pasteboard.co/Jk5cAhr.png https://pasteboard.co/Jk5cTuw.png By the way: thanks for all your help !!
  3. Hey @ACPI Eater, i've managed to do what you said. I've followed your guide to make a video patch, at the first time wasn't booting, until i figured out that was the flag -igfxvesa that was blocking the hardware acceleration. But when i remove this flag, the system boots almost normally (i can see that now the IGPU its fully recognized on the verbose boot), but it goes to a black screen right after the verbose boot finish. Hope you can help me, please
  4. You mean i shouldn't use this patch and need to create one for me? What things i should test more specifically, please? This UHD 630 it's a head ache , wish i could buy a dedicated GPU
  5. Hey guys, I've been trying very hard to make my UHD 630 graphics work properly, but it has been a hell. I already tried to patch the video using the Hackintool with a motherboard similar to mine, even with another ones, but nothing works, it gets stucked at verbose boot. I've tried a lot of methods, including set up the device ID and etcetera on config.plist using Clover Configurator, but still nothing. Already used one of the patches on https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-general-framebuffer-patching-guide-hdmi-black-screen-problem.269149/#Compilation, but guess what: nothing! These last 2 ones boot correctly, but still without graphics acceleration I'm running out of ideas and i hope one of you guys could help me with this, please!! I've tried these options on both versions: 10.15.5 and 10.15.3 My specs are: - Motherboard Asus TUF B360M-Plus Gaming - Intel i5 9600K - Memory TeamGroup T-Force 8 GB 2666 Mhz - SSD Kingston A400 120 GB
  6. Poderia só confirmar se coloquei certo o patch no config.plist, por favor? Fiz o patch utilizando o Hackintool e a placa ROG Strix B360-l por ser o mesmo chipset, porém não funcionou, o sistema não finalizou o boot e apresentou alguns erros conforme a imagem abaixo: Error MacOS Boot P.S.: a flag igfxonln=1 está habilitada config.plist.zip
  7. Percebi que a placa de vídeo integrada não tá com aceleração de hardware habilitada. Já tentei diversas alternativas entre: Hackintool, Lilu e WhaterverGreen, porém nada, não funciona. Poderiam me ajudar pf? Ou devo criar outro tópico? Aparece apenas com 7MB a Intel UHD 630
  8. Applying -igfxvesa, as suggested by @ACPI Eater on my post, worked for me. Have an Asus TUF B360M-Plus Gaming.
  9. Hi there, im looking for the DSDT of my motherboard, is an Asus TUF B360M-Plus Gaming, please. These are the configs: - Intel i5 9600K - Asus TUF B360M-Plus Gaming - Memória Team Group T-Force 8 GB 2666 Mhz - SSD Kingston A400 120 GB Send me Joaos-iMac-Pro.zip
  10. Passou, consegui abrir o menu de instalação e colocar pra instalar, porém ele fica travado no "Cerca de 2 minutos restantes", não mexe o mouse nem nada, não consigo mexer nada. Fica na tela a seguir eternamente: https://imgur.com/F1GKWdl Uso um SSD Kingston A400 de 120 GB, formatei ele todo nas seguintes configurações: - APFS / GUID Partition Map @edit Aparentemente era só preciso forçar o reiniciar direto no botão, dar boot pelo pendrive novamente e selecionar o SSD pra continuar a instalação. Ocorreu tudo bem em seguida e a instalação foi feita com sucesso.
  11. Olá, Gostaria que alguém pudesse me ajudar, já fiz hackintosh no meu notebook (que deu muito trabalho pra deixar tudo ok) e a instalação rodou tranquilamente usando a ISO aqui do Olarila, porém ao utilizar a ISO 10.15.5 e 10.15.3 na placa mãe Asus TUF B360M-Plus Gaming não consigo realizar a instalação, o sistema faz todo o processo verboso, mas na hora de passar pra tela de instalação a tela apaga e fica toda preta, informando no monitor que não há nenhum vídeo conectado. Alguém sabe o que pode ser e como resolver? Segui todo o passo a passo de como criar o pendrive bootável com a ISO do Olarila. Configurações da máquina: - Processador Intel i5 9600K - Placa mãe Asus TUF B360M-Plus Gaming - Memória Tream Group T-Force Vulcan Pichau 8GB DDR4 2666MHZ - Sem placa de vídeo Offboard, apenas a integrada
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