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As stated in the September Q & A we will be hosting two events to go over Mac OS X 10.12 issues as well as any other open issue with our DMG and Guides. We will help with both group and individual issues. They will be held on Skype on the following dates and times:

9/15/2016 at 4:00 – 6:00 PM EST
9/18/2016 at 4:00 – 6:00 PM EST

Please add us on Skype at RampageDev prior to the events. We will not be providing install support for Mac OS X 10.12 since it is still in BETA so you the end user will be responsible for the installation. Talk to you there!

12 Comments on "Mac OS X 10.12 Trouble Shooting Sessions"

  1. I’ve gotten macOS 10.12 to work flawlessly on my X79 system with an NVMe drive and Nvidia Web Drivers. If anyone has any questions, let me know!

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  2. Did both upgrade (direct from the app store like on real mac, awesome!) and clean install, with rampagedev ssdt and kexts.
    Everything is ok (like with a standard minor update). Except for the usual suspects :
    – need this clover sound patch : https://github.com/toleda/audio_CloverALC/blob/master/audio_cloverALC-120.command.zip
    – and for the internal wifi : http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/312759-fix-macos-sierra-dp1-bcm94532z-wifi/
    – no way to make internal bluetooth works (but can’t say if it’s sierra, I haven’t tried before).
    Thanks for this work I love it !

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  3. Hey guys! Took me about a whole day to figure this out but I finally got macOS Sierra (latest GM release) working for my board. Here are the specs of my Hackintosh.

    Mobo: Gigabye X79-UP4
    Proc: i7-3930K
    Mem: 4x8GB 1866Mhz Corsair
    Video: NVIDIA GTX 680
    SSD: Mac

    Here’s my EFI (change them to just EFI and put at your EFI partition):
    https://www.dropbox….ierra).zip?dl=0

    For Audio:
    https://www.dropbox….b0.command?dl=0
    https://www.dropbox….KbFUvuM_ba?dl=0

    Instructions:
    1. Burn macOS Sierra your usual way. Put this EFI folder to your EFI installer partition. Upon installation bootup, change the nv_drv=1 to nv_disable=1 until installation completes etc.
    2. When you first get to your desktop (still with nv_disable=1), run the AGDPFix program to get full resolution for your NVIDIA card. (If after booting, the screen is black, hard restart then make sure to change the nv_drv=1 to nv_disable=1)
    3. To enable audio, mount your EFI partition then drag the audio_clover file to Terminal. Reboot and everything should work now. Congratulations! πŸ™‚

    Everything works (USB3, SATA, Audio, Video, etc) (Sleep I’m not really sure as I seldom leave my Hack on when not in use)

    I hope this could help some people to save you guys time and energy from figuring it out. Cheers! πŸ™‚

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  4. Hello guys.
    I realized that to install the Sierra I had to remove the argument “kext-dev-mode=1” in Clover, to be able to install the Sierra GM.

    Know tell me if need to change anything else within the Clover to run well the Sierra?

    My Hacintosh:
    I7 3930k
    Radeon 7970
    MB Rampage IV Extreme Bios 4901

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    • Will take note of this. What Clover version are you using? Thanks!

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      • Hi Andrew, Im using now Clover 3761. I’m doing some tests, though im not good at hackintosh.
        -There is something very wrong with the “internet”. Something is consuming too much processor power, but still do not know what it is. also commonly some sites take too long to open.
        -“audio_CloverALC-master” by Toleda Is working fine for me, since it put “N” when question about the patch injection in ALC 898.
        -For now that’s it. Sleep does not work πŸ™

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        • We do not support sleep and never will. This is well known.

          As for networking please report that to the delvolper not us. See DMG READ ME for this information.

  5. Using Gigabyte Z97x-UD7-Th/4790k.

    I did a standard update, which worked when I upgraded to El Capitan. I had to do some fiddling in the clover config to get the nVidia web driver to work, but I solved that without too much trouble.

    The bigger problem is that my computer stutters and then automatically reboots about 20 seconds or so after I log in. I can’t stabilize it long enough to figure out what is going wrong (but I know so little about all of this that I question whether I would be able to troubleshoot very well on my own anyhow).

    Has anyone heard of anything like this/does anyone have any ideas for first steps to take to diagnose/isolate the issue?

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  6. My previous comment was stupid and nonspecific. I seem to have a variety of kernel panics shortly after logging in (here are two examples = https://www.dropbox.com/s/hf2rkyu0eeygs27/IMG_4883.JPG?dl=0
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/4v2eu4emfa8oj4p/IMG_4881-2.JPG?dl=0)

    Does anyone have any idea what’s going on?

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