I have my system working beautifully. I struggled way too much to give that up. I'm not updating any time soon, even though Kabylake has native support. The Z270X gaming 7 has thrown so many curve balls at me that I fully expect issues if I update
The problem lay within the graphics. I had to inject Intel graphics with the right ID and a specific Kext, which solved my problem. Unfortunately I cannot remember exactly what I did. But if you search this forum for slow/laggy graphics you should find a thread that mentions fixing...
After a roller coaster 2 weeks this noob builder can finally say SUCCESS!!!
Intel Kaby Lake i7-7700K Processor
Corsair H115i Liquid CPU Cooler
Aorus GA-Z270X-Gaming 7 Motherboard
Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB 3000MHz Memory
2 x Samsung 960 EVO 512 SSD's & 2 x Seagate Barracuda 2TB HDD's
So I eventually managed to install 10.12.5 onto my machine (i7 Kabylake, GA-Z270X G7, 960 EVO) but my mouse and keyboard are super laggy. It's been like that since the installer so when I installed Sierra I thought the problem would go away but it didn't. It's so bad I can't use...
Thanks Brebo. Your suggestions fixed my boot and I was able to load the installer and install Sierra but now I have ANOTHER problem I need solved...:crazy: My mouse and keyboard are extremely laggy and slow. It's to the point where it's totally unusable. The problem existed from the first moment...
Hi Hackintosh gurus
This is my first build and I'm a complete novice hence the never ending problems. The build portion went so well that the installation had to have all the hiccups. :banghead:
The bootloader successfully loads but then when initiating the installer (in verbose...
Bumpy McBump-face... Would love some help guys
P.S. Gigabyte have confirmed the secure boot option is under the Windows 8/10 selection option. I just need to select it, disable CSM Support then disable secure boot. (rather a roundabout way of doing it...)
I'm hoping someone with my mobo will be able to help me find the following options that are missing (or have a work around)
Secure Boot Option
Super IO Configuration
Currently I can't even load the bootloader it is stuck on "missing operating system"
Thank you so much for the response. Unfortunately my bios does not have the options you have specified above. (see attached pics) My Bios lacks these crucial options it appears. It's completely stopped me in my tracks
Mobo: GA-Z270X Gaming 7 (bios ver: 7a)
CPU: i7 7700K Kabylake
RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB
Storage: 2 x Samsung 960 EVO NVMe SSD
2 x Seagate Barracuda 2TB HDD
I created the install USB for Sierra as instructed in the latest installation...