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#45545
Hey guys!
I am building a new Hackintosh for work, I am a music producer and I work with Logic Pro X (bought from App Store).
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My late-2013 Macbook Pro is litterally dying after years of processing then I decided to build myself a Hackintosh.
My build is in the signature, as you can see I bought a R7 Ryzen 2700 X , MOBO is the Asus Prime X470-PRO, 32GB RAM, running High Sierra perfectly, I need to fix the last things in order to work with this machine.

I'm getting a problem here, everything works fine now but the Midi Sync Allert I get everytime I open one of my projects won't let me work.
It's an alert which I get even from the Macbook (sometimes) when I put it under very hard processing and it's a way for Logic to tell you "The hell is this harsh?". I mean that it usually happens when you are asking your computer to do hard processing and it just can't do it.
But we are talking about just listening to the project (with more than 80 channels), it should not be happening theorically.

I've also noticed that the clock is 1 minute slower than my Macbook Pro, in the past it happened to have similar issue when the clock was not set properly, even from original Macbook, and also when I play a video using VLC it gets some glitches every 3 sec when the audio gets stocked for a fraction of a second (It doesn't act like this with videos from the Tube or from any other web-source).
First I thought it was for the audio codec layout. I was detecting just the HDMI audio output instead of all the outputs I can work with.
So I fixed it putting a bootflag reguarding the audio codec set with the chipset of my mobo, as this guide suggests
(viewtopic.php?f=24&t=6043&p=45449#p45449).

Now I have all the audio outputs working, but still getting the midi alert on Logic!

Last but not least, I'm trying to figure out how to find the ".kext" that allows my hackintosh to work with my wifi hardware (Asus PC-N15) which apparently can work with Linux(Ubuntu)... Is it possible that nobody on the earth got this PCE working on a Hackintosh?

Have a wonderful day,
MW

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#45551
Update to 10.13.6 so you can use the updated kernel which should fix the clock issue.
#45578
Morganzia wrote:Hey guys!
I am building a new Hackintosh for work, I am a music producer and I work with Logic Pro X (bought from App Store).
Image
My late-2013 Macbook Pro is litterally dying after years of processing then I decided to build myself a Hackintosh.
My build is in the signature, as you can see I bought a R7 Ryzen 2700 X , MOBO is the Asus Prime X470-PRO, 32GB RAM, running High Sierra perfectly, I need to fix the last things in order to work with this machine.

I'm getting a problem here, everything works fine now but the Midi Sync Allert I get everytime I open one of my projects won't let me work.
It's an alert which I get even from the Macbook (sometimes) when I put it under very hard processing and it's a way for Logic to tell you "The hell is this harsh?". I mean that it usually happens when you are asking your computer to do hard processing and it just can't do it.
But we are talking about just listening to the project (with more than 80 channels), it should not be happening theorically.

I've also noticed that the clock is 1 minute slower than my Macbook Pro, in the past it happened to have similar issue when the clock was not set properly, even from original Macbook, and also when I play a video using VLC it gets some glitches every 3 sec when the audio gets stocked for a fraction of a second (It doesn't act like this with videos from the Tube or from any other web-source).
First I thought it was for the audio codec layout. I was detecting just the HDMI audio output instead of all the outputs I can work with.
So I fixed it putting a bootflag reguarding the audio codec set with the chipset of my mobo, as this guide suggests
(viewtopic.php?f=24&t=6043&p=45449#p45449).

Now I have all the audio outputs working, but still getting the midi alert on Logic!

Last but not least, I'm trying to figure out how to find the ".kext" that allows my hackintosh to work with my wifi hardware (Asus PC-N15) which apparently can work with Linux(Ubuntu)... Is it possible that nobody on the earth got this PCE working on a Hackintosh?

Have a wonderful day,
MW
is your system overclocked ?
#45587
you mean Asus PCE- N15? if yes i have one and i've been looking for appropriate Kext but no success, but i think there isn't. so if you find it plz share with me.
#45597
XLNC wrote:
Sun Feb 17, 2019 1:29 pm
Morganzia wrote:Hey guys!
I am building a new Hackintosh for work, I am a music producer and I work with Logic Pro X (bought from App Store).
Image
My late-2013 Macbook Pro is litterally dying after years of processing then I decided to build myself a Hackintosh.
My build is in the signature, as you can see I bought a R7 Ryzen 2700 X , MOBO is the Asus Prime X470-PRO, 32GB RAM, running High Sierra perfectly, I need to fix the last things in order to work with this machine.

I'm getting a problem here, everything works fine now but the Midi Sync Allert I get everytime I open one of my projects won't let me work.
It's an alert which I get even from the Macbook (sometimes) when I put it under very hard processing and it's a way for Logic to tell you "The hell is this harsh?". I mean that it usually happens when you are asking your computer to do hard processing and it just can't do it.
But we are talking about just listening to the project (with more than 80 channels), it should not be happening theorically.

I've also noticed that the clock is 1 minute slower than my Macbook Pro, in the past it happened to have similar issue when the clock was not set properly, even from original Macbook, and also when I play a video using VLC it gets some glitches every 3 sec when the audio gets stocked for a fraction of a second (It doesn't act like this with videos from the Tube or from any other web-source).
First I thought it was for the audio codec layout. I was detecting just the HDMI audio output instead of all the outputs I can work with.
So I fixed it putting a bootflag reguarding the audio codec set with the chipset of my mobo, as this guide suggests
(viewtopic.php?f=24&t=6043&p=45449#p45449).

Now I have all the audio outputs working, but still getting the midi alert on Logic!

Last but not least, I'm trying to figure out how to find the ".kext" that allows my hackintosh to work with my wifi hardware (Asus PC-N15) which apparently can work with Linux(Ubuntu)... Is it possible that nobody on the earth got this PCE working on a Hackintosh?

Have a wonderful day,
MW
is your system overclocked ?

Nope! But I guess the right answer would be "not yet"!
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pi2in3 wrote:
Sun Feb 17, 2019 10:39 pm
you mean Asus PCE- N15? if yes i have one and i've been looking for appropriate Kext but no success, but i think there isn't. so if you find it plz share with me.
Sure bro!
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Shaneee wrote:
Fri Feb 15, 2019 10:33 pm
Update to 10.13.6 so you can use the updated kernel which should fix the clock issue.
I'm quoting Hackintosher:

For Ryzen users 10.13.6 should be avoided due to a number of compatibility issues. If you end of getting the macOS cannot be installed error. See the updated [Guide] macOS could not be installed

...
Is this true?
#46090
Gaga wrote:
Thu Mar 07, 2019 5:23 am
Finally someone else with the Midi alert problem! I've been dealing with this since a year now and just couldn't find a fix or anyone else with the problem, so at least you're not alone with it :')
I'm sorry to say that I had to upgrade to Mojave. Just finished last night, I'm writing from it now... no signs of problem solving for that **** apparently!

BTW
Does anybody knows which PCE Firewire 400 will work on my Ryzentosh?
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Morganzia wrote:
Gaga wrote:
Thu Mar 07, 2019 5:23 am
Finally someone else with the Midi alert problem! I've been dealing with this since a year now and just couldn't find a fix or anyone else with the problem, so at least you're not alone with it :')
this

I'm sorry to say that I had to upgrade to Mojave. Just finished last night, I'm writing from it now... no signs of problem solving for that **** apparently!

BTW
Does anybody knows which PCE Firewire 400 will work on my Ryzentosh?
In case someone is looking for the firewire 400/800 pcie card I've found this that seems to work "PEX1394B3 PEX1394B3n" (Startech)

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Thanks! I'll try it later!