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Darius1993

Im currently trying to install niresh mojave on my system.

specs are; 5820k, 1080ti, msi x99.

currently i get into the bootloader fine but when i try boot it i hang (and eventually reboot) on:

 

root device uuid is 'CA829A23-72DC-3758-903F-FFB973124D9C'

End InitBootStruct

Start LoadRAMDisk

End LoadRAMDisk

Start FinalizeBootStruct

Start RandomSeed

End RandomSeed

Error allocating 0x11ab8 pages at 0x000000000b304000 alloc type 2

Couldn't allocate runtime area

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If i remove the nvdisable=1 boot flag i hang on this:

 

root device uuid is 'CA829A23-72DC-3758-903F-FFB973124D9C'

End InitBootStruct

Start LoadRAMDisk

End LoadRAMDisk

Start FinalizeBootStruct

Start RandomSeed

End RandomSeed

 

i've tried every fix i can find including OsxAptioFix2Drv.efi (which i have currently removed). i noticed its in the "Drivers-Off" folder but not sure if this folder does anything.

 

Open to any help thanks.

 

 

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Hackintosh

@Darius1993 We have already covered a topic about Couldn't allocate runtime area which is a clover issue. Please refer to that and try replacing EFI Driver.

Drivers-Off folder just contain un-used EFI drivers.

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On 5/6/2019 at 10:35 PM, Niresh said:

@Darius1993 We have already covered a topic about Couldn't allocate runtime area which is a clover issue. Please refer to that and try replacing EFI Driver.

Drivers-Off folder just contain un-used EFI drivers.

@Niresh i have tried all the efi fixes in that article (after removing the old ones). 

the only one that does anything is "OsxAptioFixDrv-64" which generates the following:

 

OsxAptioFixDrv: Starting overrides for \System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi

Using reloc block: yes, hibernate wake: no

OsxAptioFixDrv: AllocateRelocBlock(): can not allocate relocation block (0x19AAE pages below 0x100000000: Not Found

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Hackintosh

Try to replace EFI Volume with this EFI Folder, Let me know if it works.

EFI.zip

 

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Darius1993
On 5/8/2019 at 1:39 PM, Niresh said:

Try to replace EFI Volume with this EFI Folder, Let me know if it works.

EFI.zip 18.65 MB · 3 downloads

 

that worked well enough to get it installed.

but now im getting kext stalls on what looks like the audio driver, here is a link to the screenshot in my dropbox (i dont know how to upload here).

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ne5ohzf1c7qjv4o/IMG_20190511_170119.jpg?dl=0

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On 5/8/2019 at 1:39 PM, Niresh said:

Try to replace EFI Volume with this EFI Folder, Let me know if it works.

EFI.zip 18.65 MB · 3 downloads

 

 

Just now, Darius1993 said:

that worked well enough to get it installed.

but now im getting kext stalls on what looks like the audio driver, here is a link to the screenshot in my dropbox (i dont know how to upload here).

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ne5ohzf1c7qjv4o/IMG_20190511_170119.jpg?dl=0

@Niresh i managed to get around the kextd stall by "injecting Intel CPU Id with 0x12345678",  resetting the HDA and injecting Nvidia. (i dont know for sure which of these options did it).

How do i go about setting it up so i dont need the usb key to boot? and also i noticed i cant get to the efi partition to access the config so i can install the nvidia driver or update my audio driver (audio works now but the volume slider is broken).

Other than that, or some random visual bugs (which i assume are because my nvidia driver isnt installed) its working alright.

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Hackintosh

@Darius1993 We have already covered about booting without usb key

You have to apply the clover settings you applied to make hackintosh work via Clover Configurator 

 

You can use nvidia web driver installed to auto install the correct version of nvidia package automatically.

 

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On 5/12/2019 at 2:47 AM, Niresh said:

@Darius1993 We have already covered about booting without usb key

You have to apply the clover settings you applied to make hackintosh work via Clover Configurator 

 

You can use nvidia web driver installed to auto install the correct version of nvidia package automatically.

 

all good i got past that. it turns out i cant use the nvidia driver because nvidia wont release a driver for mojave so i have to roll back to high sierra. will that efi folder you sent me work for that?

 

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On 5/14/2019 at 3:31 AM, Niresh said:

@Darius1993 Yes.

@Niresh

So i've rolled back to high sierra but having an issue with the setup crashing and rebooting after the network setup screen.

I'm using all the default settings and kexts from the High Sierra Zone distro from here except i had to use "OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi" instead of the default fix.

and the following boot args were needed:

npci=0x2000 (without this it would still show alloc class errors regardless of the aptiofix used)

slide=0 (without this is randomly froze during the debug)

 

i also had to change the fake cpu id to "0x12345678" to get it to install or get past the first few lines without boot looping. 

 

I'm not sure what any of those arguments do but it got me to install it fine, but now i cannot get past the network setup screen without it crashing and printing out a few lines of debug code and then rebooting, i've linked a screenshot here:

High Sierra Debug after Network Setup

 

it's also worth noting that the ethernet was working fine on Mojave.

 

Muchly appreciate all your time helping me here too. this has been the furthest i've been able to get on my x99 system for a hackintosh ever.

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21 minutes ago, Darius1993 said:

@Niresh

So i've rolled back to high sierra but having an issue with the setup crashing and rebooting after the network setup screen.

I'm using all the default settings and kexts from the High Sierra Zone distro from here except i had to use "OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi" instead of the default fix.

and the following boot args were needed:

npci=0x2000 (without this it would still show alloc class errors regardless of the aptiofix used)

slide=0 (without this is randomly froze during the debug)

 

i also had to change the fake cpu id to "0x12345678" to get it to install or get past the first few lines without boot looping. 

 

I'm not sure what any of those arguments do but it got me to install it fine, but now i cannot get past the network setup screen without it crashing and printing out a few lines of debug code and then rebooting, i've linked a screenshot here:

High Sierra Debug after Network Setup

 

it's also worth noting that the ethernet was working fine on Mojave.

 

Muchly appreciate all your time helping me here too. this has been the furthest i've been able to get on my x99 system for a hackintosh ever.

@Niresh I was able to skip this step and get to the desktop fine, when i've got two second ill try installing the kext for the realtek ethernet, other than that can you shed some light on what happened?

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@Darius1993 I am not really sure what happened, because the image you attached is not enough to debug.

What is your Realtek ethernet model, You can find ethernet model by following the article

Find Device ID and Vendor ID of Your Hardware

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On 5/19/2019 at 4:10 AM, Niresh said:

@Darius1993 I am not really sure what happened, because the image you attached is not enough to debug.

What is your Realtek ethernet model, You can find ethernet model by following the article

Find Device ID and Vendor ID of Your Hardware

@Niresh i got ethernet working with the e2200 kext for my onboard and a realtek8111 kext for my pcie card.

I just had a few other issues i cant get around

1. Audio: i am using 2.9.2 voodooHDA and i have no control over the volume for the spdif output (not sure if this is normal).

2. Turboboost: My cpu only goes up to 3.3 ghz according to Intel Power Gadget, this might have something to do with the "about this Mac" identifying my cpu as a "3.3 GHZ 6 Core Intel Xeon" regardless of what SMBIOS i use.

3. Fake CPUID: If i try use the haswell e fake cpu id i get a reboot after the first few lines of debug code, the last line is just all ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ and then it reboots. Using 0x12345678 gets around this issue but it would be nice to have full turbo clocks available. (currently overclocked to 4.5ghz)

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