Guide to fresh installing macOS Mojave on a Hackintosh

Mojave 10.14 is now available for those who want early access through Public Beta. But instead of installing Mojave on those pricey Macs here’s how to do it for cheap on your custom PC for thousands less.

If you never built a hackintosh check out our list of compatible parts or the build list for hackintosh friendly parts. Right now this is just a desktop guide I’ll be experimenting on laptops in the future and update this guide or create another when that happens.

You will need a computer running macOS already to follow this guide. If you do not have a Mac you will need to spend some time setting up a virtual machine on your Windows/Linux PC first.

Mojave Performance

I’ve been using Mojave exclusively since the Public Beta has released Although I haven’t done anything intensive on Mojave like video editing from my experience I haven’t experienced any big issues with Mojave only little things you’d expect to have in Beta. Mojave just feels like a nicer version of High Sierra.

There are a lot of upsides to updating to Mojave behinds the new features like getting around the issues with High Sierra 10.13.6 that some people have been having who claimed that going from high Sierra 10.13.6 to Mojave 10.14 fixed whatever issue they were having.

This guide has been built off and tested on both a Gigabyte Z370 and ASUS Z370 motherboard, but it will or should work on computers as new as Coffee Lake and as old as Ivy bridge. The cutoff for Mojave is Ivy Bridge however I have been able to get Mojave to install on a Sandy Bridge CPU by modifying the SMBIOS and spoofing an Ivy Bridge CPU.

Also right now only Intel integrated graphics and AMD graphics cards get full acceleration in Mojave. For Nvidia only the older Kepler graphics cards get full acceleration because of the native support they have.Running the newer Maxwell and Pascal graphics cards like the GTX 960 or the GTX 1070 will have significant lag issues until Nvidia updates the web drivers for 10.14 to support the new requirements.

Mojave Hackintosh Install Full Guide

This Mojave hackintosh guide will walk through everything form start to finish and contains the necessary EFI boot files already prepared for you bundled into an easy copy-paste guide. This means that the initial configuring that’s required to get macOS up and running have already been preconfigured. There may be some post-install changes that need to made after macOS is installed.

Step 1: Download – Get a copy of macOS Mojave

To begin the setup of a Hackintosh we first need copy of Mojave, which can be downloaded quick easily from the App Store:

Download Mojave 10.14 from the Mac App Store

Step 2: Installer – Create the macOS Mojave flash drive

Now that we have a copy of macOS Mojave the next step is to convert it into a flash drive installer. That’s done by first making a GUID formatted flash drive, using Terminal to move the installer image onto the flash drive and then editing the hidden EFI Partition on the flash drive to contain the necessary EFI Folder to boot macOS on non-Mac hardware. How to make a macOS 10.14 Mojave flash drive installer

How to make a macOS 10.14 Mojave flash drive installer

Step 3: Bootloader – Configuring Clover config.plist for Install

These mini steps need to only be followed if each condition applies. It’s recommended that you do the initial install using integrated graphics for a problem free install, however I’ve been able to install High Sierra using my RX 560, by following step 3.6. The changes will be made to the EFI folder you just pasted onto your flash drive in Step 2 located at /Volumes/EFI/

Step 3.1: Sky Lake, Haswell, Ivy Bridge users Only

The default config.plist is configured for a Coffee Lake or Kaby Lake CPU. If you are using an older Skylake, Haswell or Ivy Bridge CPU then you will may need to make changes to the SMBIOS section located in config.plist in order to boot macOS by mimicking the properties of an older Mac.  Skip this step only if using a Coffee Lake or Kaby Lake CPU.

If you are using a Sky Lake or Haswell CPU:

  • Navigate to /Volumes/EFI/EFI/CLOVER/
  • Right-click config.plist
  • Select Open With Clover Configurator
  • Click SMBIOS on left column
  • Select the Up-Down arrow in the bottom right corner of Clover Configurator to change the SMBIOS depending on your CPU:
    • Sky Lake: Select iMac 17,1 or iMac 14,2
    • Haswell: Select iMac 14,2
    • Ivy Bridge: Select iMac 14,2
  • Save config.plist
Step 3.2: Pentium users Only

If you are using a Pentium processor such as the G4560/G3258  you will in addition to following this step will need a Nvidia/AMD graphics card to run your hackintosh as the integrated iGPU on Pentium CPU’s are not currently supported on Hackintoshes.

  1. Follow Steps 1-4 of https://hackintosher.com/guides/hackintosh-intel-pentium-g4560-kabylake-processor/
Step 3.3: Gigabyte / ASUS Motherboard users Only

A checkbox needs to be set in your config.plist in order to prevent the computer from restarting instead of properly shutting down. Follow this step only if you have a Gigabyte or ASUS motherboard otherwise move on to Step 4.

  1. Open config.plist with Clover Configurator
  2. Highlight Acpi on left column
  3. Under fixes check FixShutdown
  4. Save config.plist
Step 3.4: ASUS / ASRock / MSI / Motherboard users Only
  1. Open config.plist with Clover Configurator
  2. Highlight Boot on left column
  3. Under Arguments press the drop down arrow next to darkwake
    1. Select darkwake = 1 if using an ASUS motherboard
    2. Select darkwake = 8 if using an ASROCK or MSI motherboard
  4. Save config.plist
Step 3.5: Coffee Lake / Kaby Lake + Dedicated GPU users Only

If you are attempting to install macOS using a dedicated AMD or Nvidia graphics card. Note: Adding a “3” ig-platform-id will prevent booting macOS with integrated graphics so only change this if number if attempting to install with a graphics card off the bat.

  1. Open config.plist with Clover Configurator
  2. Highlight Graphics on left column
  3. Set ig-platform-id to 0x59120003
  4. Save config.plist
Step 3.6: ASUS Rog Strix & ASROCK ITX motherboard users Only

On certain ASUS and ASROCk motherboards if the RAM is unmapped using certain DIMM slots will prevent you from booting the macOS installer. To get around this during the install you can use 1 stick of RAM placed in the inner most slot or closest to the motherboard or you can map the RAM before you install macOS that way you can use any DIMM slot. If you decide not to do this before the install you will have to do it after ignorer to use all DIMM slots.

Guide: Mapping RAM and DIMM Slots on a Hackintosh with Clover SMBIOS

Step 4: BIOS – Recommended Settings

Restart your computer and press the DEL key or required key to enter BIOS when computer posts the splash screen logo.

We’ll now need to change some BIOS settings that are macOS and hackintosh friendly 🙂

Recommendation: Check out the builds section and find a motherboard by the same manufacturer as you have. Then scroll down to it’s BIOS settings to find the exact location of each setting that needs to be changed if your having trouble.

You’re motherboard may not have all of these settings and that’s okay:

Change the following settings:

  1. Virtualization : Enabled
  2. VT-d : Disabled
  3. XHCI Hand-Off : Enabled
  4. Legacy USB Support: Auto/Enabled
  5. IO SerialPort : Disabled
  6. Network Stack : Disabled
  7. XMP Profile :  Auto / Profile 1/Enabled
  8. UEFI Booting set to Enabled and set Priority over Legacy
  9. Secure Boot : Disabled
  10. Fast Boot : Disabled
  11. OS Type: Other OS
  12. Wake on LAN : Disabled

Based on  the GPU you’re using change the following settings:

Dedicated Graphics + Integrated graphics card:

  1. Integrated Graphics : Enabled 
  2. Graphics: PEG/PCIe Slot 1
  3. Initial Display Output : PCIe 1 Slot
  4. DVMT Pre-Allocated : 128M or higher

Dedicated graphics card:

  1. Integrated Graphics : Disabled 
  2. Graphics: PEG/PCIe Slot 1
  3. Initial Display Output : PCIe 1 Slot

Intel iGPU:

  1. Integrated Graphics : Enabled
  2. Graphics: IGD/Integrated/iGPU/CPU Graphics
  3. DVMT Pre-Allocated : 128M or higher

Note: If you set Primary Display to CPU Graphics and DVMT Pre-Allocated setting doesn’t show. Save and exit BIOS and reenter and it should be there

Setting Boot Device:

You’ll want to be using the USB Flash Drive as the primary boot device until your hard drive becomes bootable at the end of Step 6. There are two ways to go about doing this:

Option 1: Press F8/F11/F12 on startup each time to select a temporary boot device until the boot partition on the drive you install macOS is configured. If you want to do temporary booting you will select the version of your USB Drive starting with UEFI: in it’s name. (For example I used a SanDisk flash drive so I would select UEFI: Sandisk, Partition 1)

Option 2: Enter BIOS and set Boot → Boot Option #1: UEFI : XXX (For example I used a SanDisk flash drive so I would select UEFI: Sandisk, Partition 1) This is easier if you don’t want to spam F8 on startup every time to boot macOS.

Set Boot Option #1 ASUS BIOS

This is where you would set the Boot Option in BIOS if you followed Option 2

Press F10 to Save and Exit the BIOS

Step 5: Install –  macOS Mojave Hackintosh Installation Walkthrough

The next step is to install macOS and then after copy the EFI folder from your flash drive’s boot partition over to the boot partition of the drive macOS is installed on. If you need to walked through the install follow: Mojave Clover Walkthrough 10.14 Install

Note: Most people like to install new versions of macOS using integrated graphics. Since I included the files for AMD cards you may be able to install macOS like I did with the card plugged in. Some people may have trouble installing macOS with a Nvidia card plugged in. If you have one you may want to use integrated graphics and go back to the BIOS settings and configure for an iGPU.

Mac OS Mojave Hackintosh Clover Walkthrough 10.14 Install

Mojave Hackintosh Post-Install Changes

Now that you have macOS up and running you should also be able to access the internet since the included Ethernet kexts are already in EFI/Clover/kexts/Other However you may want to delete the ones you don’t need as I included four of them for different ethernet chipsets.

Step 6: Sleep – Improving Mojave Hackintosh Sleep/Wake

If you don’t want your hackintosh turning on in the middle of the night you need to disable Power Nap and Wake for Ethernet Access in Energy saver and run sudo pmset -a standby 0 in Terminal: Improving Sleep on a Hackintosh (Wakeup, Freezes, Black Screens)

Step 7: Graphics – Dedicated AMD & Nvidia GPUs on Mojave

If using a compatible graphics card then you will need to install the fixes to get hardware detection and acceleration.

Mojave AMD Graphics

The native support AMD graphics card have in High Sierra extend into Mojave. If you’ve gotten your AMD graphics card working in High Sierra than it is certainly to work in Mojave. There isn’t any extra steps to get AMD graphics cards except haven’t let plugged you’re in and you are using a Coffee Lake or Kaby Lake motherboard you will need to change your ig-platform-id to 0x59120003 so you don’t see a black screen.

Mojave Nvidia Graphics

  • Polaris: Partial Acceleration
  • Maxwell: Partial Acceleration
  • Kepler: Full Acceleration

Newer Nvidia graphics cards that rely on the Nvidia Web Drivers to work such as Polaris GTX 10xx cards and Maxwell GTX 9xx cards have full acceleration until Nvidia releases web drivers for Mojave. However if you have an older Kepler card like a GTX 770 it will work because of the old native support that is carried into Mojave from when Apple used Nvidia cards.

Although you can’t get full acceleration on Polaris and Maxwell cards, If you would like to install drivers from High Sierra 10.13.6 on Mojave and mess around with them until Nvidia releases drivers you can, but you will experience some lag from only have partial acceleration and are better off using integrated graphics or AMD for now. See: How to install Nvidia Web Drivers with webdriver.sh on a Hackintosh

Step 8: Sound – Hackintosh Front & Rear IO

Test to see if your speaker/headphone Audio is working. If not you need to change a single number which is the audio layout-id, Follow the layout step of the audio guide to get your chipset working Read: Hackintosh Audio Guide – Layout ID 

This is how to get Hackintosh audio working

Step 9: HDMI Audio – Display & Digital sound in Mojave

As an optional step you can also get HDMI audio working on a hackintosh:

Dedicated: Hackintosh HDMI Audio + DisplayPort GFX Card Sound Guide

IGPU: Hackintosh Integrated Graphics (iGPU) HDMI Audio Guide

Step 10: WLAN – Working WIFI + Bluetooth on Mojave Hackintosh

If you have a motherboard or laptop with a WiFi slot you will need to replace it with a Hackintosh compatible WiFi+Bluetooth card and add the nessary kexts for WiFi and Bluetooth. You can read about that in the WLAN guide: Enabling Third Party Broadcom WLAN 802.11a/b/g/n WIFI

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Daniel
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Daniel

Does Mojave need the USB patch(es) to get USB3 working?

sturvey
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sturvey

I’ve got everything working, but my third display has a decidedly purple tint to it. I’m using an MSI RX560 utilizing HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort. Has anyone run into this before?

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Rodrigo

My HDMI display is having the exact same issue, switching between smbios didn’t help..

Alex
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Alex

I fixed it by injecting AMD9xxxControllerPatcher.kext

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Rodrigo

Thanks a lot, clean tutorial as always.
Everything works, even dual monitor with hd630 only.
However, on the HDMI display Im getting a purple tint that doesn’t exists on High Sierra. Any idea?

Will
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Will

Noticed a minor error. Polaris is AMD, nvidia GTX 10xx is Pascal.

jjt
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jjt

In step 3.5 it says to

2. Highlight Devices on left column
3. Set ig-platform-id to 0x59120003

But there is no ig-platform-id in Devices. However there is one in Graphics. I assume that it should read “Highlight Graphics on left column”?

anton56
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anton56

I have a Asus Z370-A Prime i3 8100 CPU with a single 8gb Kingston Fury

My problem is i don’t have video acceleration, and two USB 3,1 Gen 1 don’t work,

Anybody has the same problem?

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realitiblu

I finally got it to boot but Clover won’t mount an EFI partition for me. I’ve placed a cry for help on the forums as well: https://hackintosher.com/forums/thread/clover-config-wont-mount-efi.529/

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Luca

I’m installed High Sierra 17G2208 on a B360 mobo with i3-8100 using iGPU.
On High Sierra 17G65 everything works fine, beside still needing the kext-to-patch frame buffers entries
I was curious to see if on High Sierra 17G2208 I could drop those patches and indeed I can.
I set On Devices/Properties AAPL,ig-platform-id to 07009B3E and I don’t need those patches that are require for AAPL,ig-platform-id of 00001259
BUT I’m unable to get acceleration.
Is there a way to get acceleration working using the new AAPL,ig-platform-id on High Sierra 17G2208?

Beside that I also miss HDMI audio on High Sierra 17G2208 and that’s working on High Sierra 17G65

Einknall
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Einknall

Does Mojave still require the patch for getting the graphic acceleration to work on the i3 8100?

RandomTech
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RandomTech

I think by Nvidia ‘Polaris’ you mean ‘Pascal’ ?

editadobe1
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editadobe1

I just installed the latest final release of Mojave 10.14 and it’s smooth and worked like a breeze!

System Specs:
i7 – 8700K
RX Vega 56 8gb
24gb RAM
250gb Evo 860 Samsung SSD
VS550 – Corsair PSU
Seagate 1TB
Seagate 4TB
Gigabyte Z370 gaming 5

I downloaded the mojave EFI provided and changed the SMBIOS to Mac 18,3 since I have an i7-8700k and also changed the ig-platform-id to 0x59120003

I followed the above guide and everything is working so far, downloaded and installed FCP X and got a Bruce 5k score of 12-13 seconds (My RX 560 in high sierra 10.13.2 got somewhere around 36 seconds!!)
Geekbench GPU score was 178,870

I also downloaded MacX video converter and it showed hardware encoding supported BUT in the graphics card it showed my intel gpu, not the RX vega, I don’t know if that’s cosmetic or there’s something I still need to do….

Audio works fine – have a pair of BOSE computer speakers connected.

Internet works too, got a wifi extender and connected it via LAN to my hackintosh since the router is elsewhere.

I’ve not tested the multi-display since I only had a HDMI cable, need to pick up a DP cable. (My RX 560 had a dvi port so I used that)

I mainly use my system for video editing and motion graphics – FCP X, Adobe Premiere, After effects.

I have a 250gb EVO 850 SSD in which I’m going to install windows 10 and put up all the 3d softwares such as Cinema 4d and Maya that I need.

Any suggestions or anything I can do to make my system faster/ stable, please do let me know 🙂

Joey
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Joey

Hi~
What is “ig-platform-id to 0x59120003” for??

I have i5-4570 and RX580, do I need to change that as well?

G-man
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G-man

Hi,

Are you installing the OS with your graphics card plugged in? If so it’s better to change the platform id to 0x59120003.

This is mainly when you have a dedicated GPU and not using Intel’s onboard gpu as the primary gpu

Mei Chuan
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Mei Chuan

I had i7700K without dedicated graphics card and a Dell P2415Q 4K monitor. The monitor got into power save mode as the installer went the first pass. Tried several workarounds and still failed. Switched to a regular HDTV and it went smooth. Everything works fine on High Sierra. Even if I successfully installed Mojave with the said HDTV, once I changed back to Dell P2415Q, the same issue appeared again. Some ideas?

coolkiwiii
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coolkiwiii

Do Ryzen processors work with Mojave? I know someone made a guide for Sierra, so I wonder if there will be a Ryzen guide for Mojave

juschilin
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juschilin

Got up and running with the guide above. everything works. However, I notice that when I go into system preference –> Desktop & Screen Saver then click on “desktop” to change background my system freezes.

Anyone notice this? I tried removing the “whatevergreen” kext to see if that was an above but still have the issue. minor but wanted to resolve. thanks.

Kexts—> Other
AppleALC.kext
CodecCommander.kext
FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphices.kext
FakePCIID.kext
FakeSMC_ACPISensors.kext
FakeSMC_CPUSensors.kext
FakeSMC_GPUSensors.kext
FakeSMC_LPCSensors.kext
FakeSMC.kext
IntelGraphicsFixup.kext
IntelMausiEthernet.kext
Lilu.kext
NullCPUPowerManagement.kext
NvidiaGraphicsFixup.kext
RealtekRTL8111.kext
Shiki.kext
SmallTreeIntel82576.kext
USBInjectAll.kext
XHCI-200-series-injector.kext
XHCI-300-series-injector.kext
XHCI-x99-injector.kext

Specs
i7 – 8700K
RX 560
16gb RAM
250gb Evo 960 Samsung SSD
Gigabyte Z370 Ultra gaming

andrew_leonard
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andrew_leonard

It looks like you have a handful of unnecessary kexts to begin with.

I would add WhateverGreen.kext back in since WhateverGreen is shaping up to be an all in one solution for video for the most part and having it for your rx 560 will most likely help. WhateverGreen has currently merged IntelGraphicsFixup, Shiki, NvidiaGraphicsFixup. So you can get rid of all 3 of those.

Also, get rid of RealtekRTL8111.kext. You don’t need it. AppleALC.kext handles your motherboard’s sound codec fine by itself.

Get rid of NullCPUPowerManagement. Proper power management for coffee lake can be had by just checking the “plugin type” checkbox in clover configurator.

Get rid of SmallTreeIntel82576.kext. IntelMausiEthernet should work fine for your board.
Also you don’t need FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphices.kext or FakePCIID.kext. I have the same exact cpu as you and have no problems without faking.

And you have a 300 series board so you can get rid of XHCI-x99-injector.kext and XHCI-200-series-injector.kext.

So to summarize, try this kext configuration and see how it goes (make backups obviously!) :

AppleALC.kext
CodecCommander.kext
FakeSMC_ACPISensors.kext
FakeSMC_CPUSensors.kext
FakeSMC_GPUSensors.kext
FakeSMC_LPCSensors.kext
FakeSMC.kext
IntelMausiEthernet.kext
Lilu.kext
USBInjectAll.kext
WhateverGreen.kext
XHCI-300-series-injector.kext

In general I like only keep what I absolutely need in both my kexts folder and in my config.plist. Just seems cleaner to me.

**IMPORTANT**

For whatever kexts you are using, make sure you have the most updated versions. Especially Whatevergreen and Lilu for you specific problem. In the case of those two, make sure you get their latest releases from Github. I have had plenty of issues that have been resolved by updating a kext.

End rant.

juschilin
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juschilin

Thanks for the feedback. I cleaned it up. issue continues but I found the problem.

Went back to the “How to fix Video Rendering in FCPX High Sierra” and found that I was missing “-rad4200” and added.

This seem to have corrected the issue. also, I no have freezing issues in iMovie when exporting projects.

Thanks again for your feedback.

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Viky Dog

HI! Fresh installation, everything is ok. Only problem: if you set the machine to sleep, the audio no longer works on restart. Does anyone have a solution?

My configuration: Intel 8700 + Asus TUF Prime Z370 + RX 580 8Gb Pulse.
Thank you!

bb92
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bb92

HELLO

Gigabyte H370 HD3 (rév 1) is probably the worst Board for hackintosh

It is designed for Windows 10 and only Windows 10

virusdoc
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virusdoc

I followed this guide to the letter with a Gigabyte Z370N and i5-8400, which was running High Sierra flawlessly (everything worked). All BIOS changes required to run High Sierra are still in place.

I used Hackintosher’s pre-made EFI folder, with FixShutdown the only modification made to the config. But I cannot even get the Mojave installer to run. Clover boots, but when I select the Mojave installer USB, it runs for about 3-4 minutes and then the system appears to go to sleep. The monitor goes into power save mode and all activity on the USB drive ceases, keyboard and mouse unresponsive. Booting with the -v flag indicates a lot of activity, but the final entries before the screen goes black fly by too fast for me to tell where the process crashes. Installing using the Display Port. Any suggestions for where to start troubleshooting would be appreciated. Thanks!

Tulum
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Tulum

Same , did you find a solution?

virusdoc
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virusdoc

Yes. My solution was to use tonymac’s Unibeast 9 to make the install USB. This enabled full install without an issue. The overall issue is that the ig-platform-id used for High Sierra is no longer recognized by Mojave and needed to be changed in config.plist to a supported ID. And any other graphics patch, fix, or fakeID in your config.list or kexts needs to be disabled. Once that is done and the SMBIOS is set to iMac18,1, absolutely nothing else is required to get native iGPU support for the HD 630.

Tulum
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Tulum

Thanks bro, worked like a charm!!

Elian Gonzalex
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Elian Gonzalex

Do the WLAN kewts listed in “Enabling Third Party Broad…” (step 10) work on Mojave? They worked for me on High Sierra but not Mojave.

Derek
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Derek

Using the preconfigured Mojave EFI folder on a Z370 Aorus Gaming 5 / XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS is not allowing me to preview(spacebar) .jpgs in finder or open a .jpg in preview. Has anyone seen/fixed this?

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Viky Dog

have you upgraded from H.S. or did you do a new installation? I had your same problem going from H.S. in Moajave, with clean installation, now everything is ok.

Rich.D
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Rich.D

Hey , finally got mojave to install on my laptop , but i have some problems …
Whats not working :
Wi-Fi , HDMI , Bluetooth, Brightness, Sleep [black screen], battery percentage
What i got to work :
Audio , I/O ports , Ethernet , Intel HD Graphics [full acceleration],
I’m really a beginner at this and i would really be happy if someone could help me.
Here are my Specs :
XMG P706
cpu i7 6700hq
gpu ihd 530
8gb ram

LilysDad773
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LilysDad773

I will chime in with my *thanks* – I decided to go the clean install route instead of upgrading from HS (though I never even checked to see if that was possible, it wouldn’t have interested me – new release, clean install – always prefer that way). This went famously well, your guide was spot-on. Absolutely, 100% perfectly smooth. You guys are mint! (I’m running a core i5 4670K with iGPU). My thanks, and will contribute when my funds are a little better 😉

jaime09111
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jaime09111

I can’t get pass the loading screen, when I put in in verbose mode.. it fails with the error screen like this:

root device uuid is ‘xxxx-xxx-xx-x’
End InitBootStruct
Start LoadRAMDisk
End LoadRAMDisk
Star FinalizeBootStruct
Start RandomSeed
End RandomSeed
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

What can I do? I already tried all what you stated here, and I´ve tried for days already a lot of methods and nothing. I also tried putting the Ram in the SMBIOS part of the clover configurator but won’t work.

my specs are:

– Prime H370M-Plus v0904
– Intel i3-8100 processor
– KINGSTON SA400S37240G
– No External Graphic Card
– 8GB DDR4 2400 MHz A-DATA RAM Memory

Tom R
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Tom R

Nice tutorial! All works! Well, one thing… Radeon Vega 64 fan full speed… any ideas how to fix that?