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Install MacOS on ASUS ASPIRE A715-72G

rummues

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Thanks for patience! You should try hotpatch for your brightness, this is pretty simple, better follow video attached below. That should enable you to adjust brightness from System Prefs > Display Settings, but not from keyboard Fn+ Brightness keys if you have brightness keys assigned more form F9 then you'll need an extra patch for that. Till now I guess you should also be able to adjust brightness from Fn+B and Fn+S or similar keys. You can find the patching brightness keys in our forums.
I just did exactly what comes out in the video but the problem still continues, when the apple logo appears the brightness is lost, and after about 7 minutes it is fixed, I also wanted to ask about the audio kext and also about whether there is some way so that the laptop does not rise so much its temperature?

thanks bro :)

edit: (I also realized that I can not change the brightness from the settings, even if it goes up or down, it does not change anything) (I also noticed that the keys that raise and lower the brightness are (+ brightness = pause / inter) and (- brightness = F12)
 
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I just did exactly what comes out in the video but the problem still continues, when the apple logo appears the brightness is lost, and after about 7 minutes it is fixed
edit: (I also realized that I can not change the brightness from the settings, even if it goes up or down, it does not change anything) (I also noticed that the keys that raise and lower the brightness are (+ brightness = pause / inter) and (- brightness = F12)
Attach the clover folder and Terminal output for sudo kextcache -i /, this is to ensure that you're using the correct one for the brightness.

I also wanted to ask about the audio kext
Go with AppleALC.kext but need to inject layout-id as per your system. So, must card matches layout-id 1,2,3 and 27 so, try them. You must use layout based on your hardware for perfect audio.

Also about whether there is some way so that the laptop does not rise so much its temperature?
thanks bro :)
This is because you've discrete graphics and you have not configured it yet.
There is two ways to fix battery draining issue from high cpu usage i.e.
  • Disable Discrete Graphics - If you've an option to disable the Nvidia Graphics from BIOS then disable it but this will also effect on other Operating System if you've installed. OR if you want to disable it only on hackintosh then you need to patch the DSDT. Read this guide.
  • Install Nvidia Web Driver - Most Nvidia Graphics are supported in hackintosh, Google latest Nvidia Web Driver for 1050i.
Read FAQ.
 
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rummues

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Attach the clover folder and Terminal output for sudo kextcache -i /, this is to ensure that you're using the correct one for the brightness.


Go with AppleALC.kext but need to inject layout-id as per your system. So, must card matches layout-id 1,2,3 and 27 so, try them. You must use layout based on your hardware for perfect audio.


This is because you've discrete graphics and you have not configured it yet.
There is two ways to fix battery draining issue from high cpu usage i.e.
  • Disable Discrete Graphics - If you've an option to disable the Nvidia Graphics from BIOS then disable it but this will also effect on other Operating System if you've installed. OR if you want to disable it only on hackintosh then you need to patch the DSDT. Read this guide.
  • Install Nvidia Web Driver - Most Nvidia Graphics are supported in hackintosh, Google latest Nvidia Web Driver for 1050i.
Read FAQ.

Hello friend, here is the clover folder and a screenshot of the terminal, oh and can you help me with the install of nvidia web driver? i really dont understand how to do it

thanks, and sorry for my bad english hahaha

edit: I already tried to fix the audio and it works well, except for the headphones, when I connect it it sounds bad

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Hello friend, here is the clover folder and a screenshot of the terminal, oh and can you help me with the install of nvidia web driver? i really dont understand how to do it
thanks, and sorry for my bad english hahaha
Sorry to say! I just google for driver and MacOS hasn't released a Nvidia Graphics yet for Mojave. So, You can't enable then until they released. So, stay disabled or use the DSDT patch to disable it which helps on performance on your SYSTEM.

edit: I already tried to fix the audio and it works well, except for the headphones, when I connect it it sounds bad
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Hey man you're using VoodooHDA.kext for audio and it has many bugs and will also let you get K.P. when you update your hackintosh later. Better go with AppleALC.kext. To be able to use VoodooHDA.kext you need to delete AppleHDA.kext from S/L/E/ or disable it using AppleHDA-disabler.kext, but I don't find AppleHDA-disabler.kext on your system so that means you've deleted AppleHDA.kext

Audio Solution
Delete VoodooHDA.kext from S/L/E/,
Goto Trash and put back AppleHDA.kext to S/L/E/
Copy and paste AppleALC.kext to EFI/Clover/kexts/Other
set the Layout-id for Audio on your Config.plist as done in this video.

For headphone play with the Audio speaker balance this should work.
Screen Shot 2019-03-25 at 10.37.08 AM.png

Brightness and Other fixes
And you're using too many duplicate,
Delete AppleBacklightFixup.kext from S/L/E/

Reboot your system and try. If this still have issue with the brightness then delete AppleBacklightFixup.kext from EFI/Clover/Kext/Other and use the different kext for brightness such as
IntelBacklight.kext
ACPIBacklight.kext
AppleBacklight.kext

but remember you should use one at a time. Some kext above mention may require special patches to make work. So, Google and read about it.
 

rummues

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Sorry to say! I just google for driver and MacOS hasn't released a Nvidia Graphics yet for Mojave. So, You can't enable then until they released. So, stay disabled or use the DSDT patch to disable it which helps on performance on your SYSTEM.


Hey man you're using VoodooHDA.kext for audio and it has many bugs and will also let you get K.P. when you update your hackintosh later. Better go with AppleALC.kext. To be able to use VoodooHDA.kext you need to delete AppleHDA.kext from S/L/E/ or disable it using AppleHDA-disabler.kext, but I don't find AppleHDA-disabler.kext on your system so that means you've deleted AppleHDA.kext

Audio Solution
Delete VoodooHDA.kext from S/L/E/,
Goto Trash and put back AppleHDA.kext to S/L/E/
Copy and paste AppleALC.kext to EFI/Clover/kexts/Other
set the Layout-id for Audio on your Config.plist as done in this video.

For headphone play with the Audio speaker balance this should work.
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And you're using too many duplicate,
Delete AppleBacklightFixup.kext from S/L/E/

Reboot your system and try. If this still have issue with the brightness then delete AppleBacklightFixup.kext from EFI/Clover/Kext/Other and use the different kext for brightness such as
IntelBacklight.kext
ACPIBacklight.kext
AppleBacklight.kext

but remember you should use one at a time. Some kext above mention may require special patches to make work. So, Google and read about it.
Hi bro, I already managed to fix the brightness, it was quite difficult, but I did it. (Although now I can not raise or lower the brightness, but I do not care because I always use 100% brightness haha)

I also managed to fix the audio, the only annoying thing is to move the balance since I use the balance a lot when it comes to making music, but it does not matter.

I think the last thing that remains would be to use the DSDT patch so that it does not heat the laptop so much, but as I said at the beginning of the post, I am too much noob, even more than you think haha, so I think that would be the last help I'll ask you

I would really love to thank you for your time and support, I never thought that asking for help in a forum would be really useful and you managed to change my mind, thanks for everything ....
 

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I think the last thing that remains would be to use the DSDT patch so that it does not heat the laptop so much, but as I said at the beginning of the post, I am too much noob, even more than you think haha, so I think that would be the last help I'll ask you
As already said in Post#22 , you can disable from BIOS (If have an option this will be the easy one) otherwise you need to disable it using DSDT patch (I had provided a link in Post#22).
 

rummues

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As already said in Post#22 , you can disable from BIOS (If have an option this will be the easy one) otherwise you need to disable it using DSDT patch (I had provided a link in Post#22).
hello friend, today I started with the guide, download the 2 files that were there, but when I start with the commands this happens

and in case you're wondering, I have not moved the file from the downloads folder, it's still there

thanks.

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hello friend, today I started with the guide, download the 2 files that were there, but when I start with the commands this happens

and in case you're wondering, I have not moved the file from the downloads folder, it's still there

thanks.

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Check your download make sure iasl.zip is there. double click the archieve to extract and retry the above commands.
This is because macOS unarchives zip file automatically after download is completed in High Sierra, but seems no longer in Mojave. You can also use command unzip iasl.zip, I wil update the guide soon.
 

rummues

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Check your download make sure iasl.zip is there. double click the archieve to extract and retry the above commands.
This is because macOS unarchives zip file automatically after download is completed in High Sierra, but seems no longer in Mojave. You can also use command unzip iasl.zip, I wil update the guide soon.
hi bro, Thank you, it worked for me, but now I get this and I do not know how to solve it.

Thanks for everything.



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hi bro, Thank you, it worked for me, but now I get this and I do not know how to solve it.

Thanks for everything.
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It's the problem in Line 1, I think you've done something wrong or mistakenly removed some characters from Line 1. Try this one this. Delete everything you've done till now for DSDT, including generating ACPI files as well. Delete All files from Clover/APCI/origin, follow the guide again,
Now this time just after you extract the DSDT.aml and compile DSDT.dsl, I think you should get an list of errors but can you see the error in Line 1 ? If yes, then patch [gfx0] Cleanup/Fix Errors , if still not working then patch all ParseOP* patches from RehabMan's Laptop patches. And see if you can compile, if error persist, then simply delete the Line 1 and compile. (Yes, delete don't surprise, it's a common way to fix error while comping DSDT).

 

rummues

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It's the problem in Line 1, I think you've done something wrong or mistakenly removed some characters from Line 1. Try this one this. Delete everything you've done till now for DSDT, including generating ACPI files as well. Delete All files from Clover/APCI/origin, follow the guide again,
Now this time just after you extract the DSDT.aml and compile DSDT.dsl, I think you should get an list of errors but can you see the error in Line 1 ? If yes, then patch [gfx0] Cleanup/Fix Errors , if still not working then patch all ParseOP* patches from RehabMan's Laptop patches. And see if you can compile, if error persist, then simply delete the Line 1 and compile. (Yes, delete don't surprise, it's a common way to fix error while comping DSDT).

hello, After all the mess I had I preferred to reinstall Mojave to start doing everything again and now the only thing that I need would be to start again with the process, after reading everything i check / Clover / ACPI / patched / and I did not have the SSDT.aml file and started to follow the guide to generate the file, but I get this


Thanks for your help, really bro.

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hello, After all the mess I had I preferred to reinstall Mojave to start doing everything again and now the only thing that I need would be to start again with the process, after reading everything i check / Clover / ACPI / patched / and I did not have the SSDT.aml file and started to follow the guide to generate the file, but I get this


Thanks for your help, really bro.

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I just tested and it's working. so, follow the below command again :
Terminal:
sudo rm -rf ssdtPRGen.sh
Then follow the guide again, if it still doesn't work then provide the output for the command ls -l ~

 

rummues

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I just tested and it's working. so, follow the below command again :
Terminal:
sudo rm -rf ssdtPRGen.sh
Then follow the guide again, if it still doesn't work then provide the output for the command ls -l ~

Hi, Now This :confused:

thanks

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rummues

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There wasn't file named ssdtPRGen.sh on your Home Directory.
Download the attached file and use the following command.
Terminal:
cd ~/Downloads
sudo unzip ssdtPRGen.sh.zip
./ssdtPRGen.sh
hello friend, two questions, is it necessary to have to patch DSDT?

If I do not do it, how much can it affect?

Well I ask because I had another "error" and I'm really getting tired of trying, but anyway I hope to continue, I know it's a long process and I must thank the help you have given me.

Well, here's the problem.


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hello friend, two questions, is it necessary to have to patch DSDT?
If I do not do it, how much can it affect?
DSDT patch is simply a patch that you do for your system. The patch is only necessary if you've the problem with something such as remapping brightness keys, Volume keys, disable discrete graphics, sleep, and wake fix, hibernate fix and other more minor fixes you can do. Doing all these require some advanced knowledge skills required on hackintosh. So, far I have managed to make a guide easy and written in the understandable form so that beginners can start the guide easily.

Well I ask because I had another "error" and I'm really getting tired of trying, but anyway I hope to continue, I know it's a long process and I must thank the help you have given me.
Not sure Why your system is undetectable, you can try by skipping generating SSDT. Just follow the other steps.
 

rummues

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DSDT patch is simply a patch that you do for your system. The patch is only necessary if you've the problem with something such as remapping brightness keys, Volume keys, disable discrete graphics, sleep, and wake fix, hibernate fix and other more minor fixes you can do. Doing all these require some advanced knowledge skills required on hackintosh. So, far I have managed to make a guide easy and written in the understandable form so that beginners can start the guide easily.


Not sure Why your system is undetectable, you can try by skipping generating SSDT. Just follow the other steps.
hello, before starting to do it I would like to make a backup of some important things that I keep in Mojave, but it does not let me move anything inside the pendrive or the internal hard drive, how can I solve this?

thanks
 

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hello, before starting to do it I would like to make a backup of some important things that I keep in Mojave, but it does not let me move anything inside the pendrive or the internal hard drive, how can I solve this?

thanks
What errors you get when you try to copy the files? You can use the Terminal to Copy files using sudo as root permission, which should have full access. For example :
Code:
sudo cp -R /path/to/directory/ /path/to/destination/  #Copying Directory /Volumes contains the internal and external volumes.
# Use cp --help or man cp to get help or read mannual.
 
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