Since Catalina is 64 bit and Mojave was 32 bit, is there possibly a hardware incompatibility with my current system running i5 3.4 GHz and DDR3 1600 ram?
would it be advisable to format the installation HD with its partial Catalina installation and reinstall Mojave ( skip Catalina ) given that...
I forgot to mention, this scenario is playing out when I attempt to boot from a Catalina usb installer that I created w another Mac.
is there another way to get into the EFI folder?
also that article talks about removing kexts but not sure how to access those without getting past the boot menu.
I (foolishly) attempted to upgrade directly from Mojave to Catalina using the App Store. When the download finished, system attempted to reboot. System shows error messages and is not booting anymore.
I was running the current version of Mojave and upgraded to the current version of Catalina as...
Thank you so much guys!!! Got the audio working finally before selecting "buy" online for a usb sound adapter. Whew. Relief. Many thanks.
(BTW ... Im running H77-Ds3h Rev 1.1 and the settings outlined on this thread worked perfectly to get me up and running)
Just upgraded my system to 10.9.4
i have been happily humming away for the last year on my hackintosh with no issues, thanks to the awesome setup help from users on this site.
however after the 10.9.4 update I can not get LAN Ethernet to work.
Everything else is is perfectly working though...
I have been attempting to install Mac OS X Mountain Lion from App store with UniBeast --- tried MANY times --- continue to get fail to install message
I have gigabyte h77 motherboard version 1.1
intel i5 3570 processor
(I purchased items specifically from the TonyMac compatibility list)...