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About Stork
System:
GA-H97N-WIFI
CPU:
i7-4770K
Graphics:
HD4600
Other Hardware:
iPhone, (2) SE/30, G4 Sawtooth, G5, (2) MBP, iPad 4
Mac:
MacBook Pro, Mac mini
Classic Mac:
PowerBook, SE
Mobile Phone:
iOS

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Hector: GA-H97N-WIFI - i5-4690 - HD 4600
Zippy: GA-Z87MX-D3H - i7-4770K - GTX 650 Ti
H/Z97N-WIFI 9-series Motherboard Installation Guide || Guide to installing Mavericks on Zorro and Son of Zorro (Step-by-Step)

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October 25th, 2014 10:31 AM
Did you reboot using the UniBeast USB thumb drive, too? I tested the WiFi/BT card's BT capability, but wasn't getting any joy. So, I removed the card (with the intention of finding a card that worked later on), and used the IOGear BT 4.0 USB dongle in the tonymacx86 Buyer's Guide, Accessories section. It works OK. You still needed a wired...
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October 25th, 2014 10:16 AM
:thumbup: I, too, am a long time user of Macs, and this philosophy of waiting until the .3 or .4 release of the new OS X version is a mark of a veteran, experienced Mac user. While I'll test Yosemite because of the integration with iDevices, I will not make it my production system for a while.
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October 24th, 2014 04:09 PM
First, make sure you memory is on the the Z97N's memory support list. If it is, the BIOS is probably recognizing the memory and doesn't bother displaying the X.M.P. parameter. Lastly, follow my Early Adopter's Guide, step-by-step; I put check boxes in the guide so you can copy and paste in to a text editor, print it out and literally check off...
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October 24th, 2014 03:26 PM
The Generic USB 3.0 kext is not needed for 8/9-series motherboards. For sound, see this post here.
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October 21st, 2014 09:52 AM
EddyMac, he's use the Beta UEFI BIOS. It's probably time to try this "beta" BIOS which hasn't be updated in a while. When I return from my travels, I'll backup Zorro, install the Beta UEFI BIOS and see if Yosemite will work w/o the maxmem=8192.
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October 18th, 2014 08:30 PM
If you going to make a fresh install, yes. If you're going to install over Mavericks, you only need to do what tonymacx86's guides instructs.
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October 18th, 2014 07:59 PM
I've had to use maxmem=8192 to boot into Yosemite. It works fine, so far, but I don't know why I'm restricted to 8GB. I'll keep on testing and post here when I fine the sol'n. In the meantime, Yosemite is not yet ready for prime time hackintoshing, IMO.
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