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Hackintosh Guide - El Capitan / Sierra / High Sierra / Mojave / Catalina on LGA 775 mobos with Clover Bootloader

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Should I erase the content of the EFI partition and paste with the folders and files of clover.zip?

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I´ve already done that and the machine started without any problem, How can I test it? Seems to boot a little faster

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send me new SEND_ME, run app again with new files

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Here is the new Send me JUANs-iMac.zip, Daniel, I´m very gratefull, it getting late for you I believe, would you like to continue with this tomorrow? (I saw that you live In Rio and it is 1:00 AM)

Send me JUANs-iMac.zip

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Here is the new Send me JUANs-iMac.zip, Daniel, I´m very gratefull, it getting late for you I believe, would you like to continue with this tomorrow? (I saw that you live In Rio and it is 1:00 AM)

remove

LPCSensors

NullCPUPowerManagement

CPUSensors

GPUSensors

LPCSensors

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I noticed this change: Most of the time when I tried to shut it down, it turned down sound and video but fans were still running, now it really shuts down. Where are those kexts? I checked the S/L/E and none is there, not on the EFI partition either

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I noticed this change: Most of the time when I tried to shut it down, it turned down sound and video but fans were still running, now it really shuts down. Where are those kexts? I checked the S/L/E and none is there, not on the EFI partition either

library/extensions


remove and test, if shutdown don't work, i'll check

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Only found NullCPUPowerManagement, I´ll remove it and tell what happened

remove and run kextutility


check if u se fakesmc in s/l/e or l/e

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Shutting down goes fine, but If I try to put it to sleep it shuts down (like if there is an energy blackout of plugging the power cable off), so it does not goes to sleep.


Also I never found the CPU, GPU and LPCSensors anywhere.

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Found the FakeSMC in L/E, also found FakeSMC_CPU, FakeSMC_GPU and FakeSMC_LPC Sensors in the same folder

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New file without NullCPUPowerManagement,FakeSMC_CPUSensors, FakeSMC_GPUSensors and FakeSMC_LPCSensors. Hardware monitor does not show Core temperature or System fan speed anymore.

looks good, Power Management is work now, take a tests


for fakesmc sensors, use it

https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-fakesmc-kozlek/downloads/RehabMan-FakeSMC-2018-0403.zip

but put all kexts in clover/kexts/other, don't need use system folder

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Shut down is ok, but does not go to sleep, it goes off like lf I unplugged the power cable (When starting again looks that chrome was not closed)

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go to system preferences and check this option, check if work

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Does not work entirely, it turns down the screen but the machine doesn´t goes to sleep or even shut down, it remains On, so I hit a key and the image returns, after that I hit the sleep option and it worked, the machine went to sleep, didn´t respond to a hit on the windows keyboard (Mac keyboard does not turn on the machine) so I pressed the ON/OFF button on the PC and the thing woke up (it took more time to do it, about 20 seconds)

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