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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    Unplugging the USB header for the corsair helps, but it still is intermittently active. Weird. So, my plan of attack: 1. Remove that internal USB port from the SSDT to that the fan can remain plugged in to USB 2. More importantly, determine if sleep is actually being interrupted. I can't...
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    This is pretty good! I incorporated those changes and have attached my clover folder. Sleep/Wake seems to be working now. The ONLY thing I'm seeing that is weird is that the system seems to have REM cycles like a human! The Corsair liquid cooler that I have will cycle briefly during sleep...
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    So, this is what I'm currently running now. Sleep still wasn't working, so I pared down, to see if I could start with something more basic. I went back to using a Clover folder from this same system that worked great for Mojave and changed these things: I got rid of most of the SSDTs and left...
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    Ok, I made myself a new ssdt using that guide, but its behaving strangely. I disabled the port limit patches. Left USBinjectall But, when I go back into Hackintool after reboot, a crap ton of ports still show up. You can see the comments on the right column in teh screenshot, the ones...
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    confirmed, no USB SSDT-UIAC in patched right now, but this is what ioreg shows: so, looks like most of my ports are activated as usb3, and seems that that would be a good explanation for it ignoring my keyboard and mouse. working on the SSDT now
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    Put in the new clover folder boots great, still working on sleep I have energy saver control panel setup same as yours here is my hackintool view: I started with hibernate mode=0. no good. it would go to sleep, but I could not wake it up at all hibernatemode 3. sleeps. then, every few...
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    Some progress! 1. It boots. Significantly faster 2. I still have HDMI audio, yay! 3. It restarts a lot more quickly. However, sleep is still a problem. If i goto the apple menu and tell it to sleep, it seems to sleep, shows a LOT of disk activity, but I cannot wake it back up again...
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    I will let you know tonight! And good grief! Did i have anything right?
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    Here are those ACPI tables
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    I also updated my EFI, I got rid of FakePCIID and the broadcom drivers for now. I'll circle back to that once I have sleep working. I also got a new SSDT for USB and an SSDT-EC I also wiped out those Rc scripts. After doing that, it certainly starts up a LOT more quickly, but still won't...
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    IoReg Here
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    Question on this, I do have Lilu.kext already. Is FakePCID.kext needed for anything else, or can I inactivate that?
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    Thanks for the all the feedback. I'd like to test some of your solutions here first, and then get you the ACPI and IOReg stuff. I'll get rid of the RC Scripts, I do not believe that I need them. I'll work on getting a SSDT-EC.aml. I think there are instructions for setting that up...
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    Bootlog! Yeah, that was awful, here is the bootlog in a zip and deleted those stupid posts.
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    Help me Hackintoshers, you are my only hope!

    I am having a miserable time with sleep/wake on my build. It works fine on Mojave, but with Catalina, its kind of awful. First, the build Coffee Lake i7, 3.7 Ghz GA-Z370n-wifi Samsung NVMe SSD NOTE: I'm using HDMI Audio Catalina 10.15.5 EFI Attached (apple folder omitted due to file size...
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    SSDT Repository

    Would there be any value to the community in creating a place where users could upload SSDT patches for USB that we've made for various motherboards?
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    [Success][Guide] Mojave/Catalina Vanilla "Hackintosh Deluxe" Z370n WiFi / i5-8400 / 970 EVO (FINAL)

    Sweet! This worked. Sort of. I couldn't find a USB 2.0 Flash, so I put my installer onto an SSD and installed that, booted from there, and then installed into the NVME drive. Worked great! thanks!
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    [Success][Guide] Mojave/Catalina Vanilla "Hackintosh Deluxe" Z370n WiFi / i5-8400 / 970 EVO (FINAL)

    I've built a whole bunch of hackintoshes using the Gigabyte z370n board. Apparently I bought them all and the boards are no longer in stock anywhere. Anyway, I bought a pair of h370n boards and have been trying to get them up and running. Used the same i3 CPUs, the same corsair ram and ssd...
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    Mods - Please Delete

    I'm having trouble with the Gigabyte h370n boards. I have about 10 hackintoshes running 10.14.6 on z370n boards. However, that same build will not boot up on the h370n using identical bios settings and hardware. I'm not sure why. Get stuck at the circle with line through it.
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    USB Inject All

    Ok, this has been driving me nuts. i'm trying to find a definitive answer to this, and have found lots of conflicting information.... I've made a SSDT patch for my USB ports for my GA370n-wifi board (attached if anyone wants to use it). With this patch: 1. Do I still need my config.plist to...