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Received the Bluetooth/WiFi card. Almost everything worked out of the box. The only thing that is somewhat not working is Unlock with Apple Watch. If I wake up the computer and not enter the password and let it go back to sleep and once the screen turns off, I wake it up again...
No issues with sleep/shutdown. At the beginning I had some issue where the monitor would not turn on, then I had to unplug the HDMI cable and plug in another slot on my video card, but that issue seems to be gone now.
Sure, I'm just not 100% sure how I can do it. I copied and attached it, not...
Added WiFi/Bluetooth card. Everything works except "Unlock with Apple Watch". When I click on the setting "Allow your Apple Watch to unlock your Mac", it just keeps spinning the wheel and shows "Turning On" until eventually shows that it could not connect. Anyone had experience with this?
Thank you, I saw that and tried everything from those notes (reinstalled the app, re downloaded install file). It did not help. Nothing shows up in logs. It just says "08/08/19 21:15:29 - Copying Files..." and that's it.
I don't think patience will be the key this time. It seems that UniBeast is just not working for me. When I first created the bootable drive, it completed it in like 10 min max. Now I have waited for more than 2 hours total and it has never passed 8% with any of the 3 drives.
USB 3.0 drive that I did manage to create and boot get stuck at "Still waiting for root device".
So I tried to create 2 bootable USB 2.0 devices and both get stuck while copying files with UniBeast. It just stays around 8% and does not move at all.
Then I reformatted my 3.0 drive and now that...
It did work before with my USB 3.0 drive, but I couldn't get it to work with my hackintosh, so I tried my USB 2.0 drive and it is just stuck at like 8% for an hour. Bought another 2.0 drive, same thing.
Reformatted my 3.0 drive and this time this gets stuck as well.
Deleted Unibeast and Mojave...
I'm almost done with choosing parts for my first Hackintosh build. Mostly doing programming and video editing. I almost went for Z390 M, but after searching around, I see that a lot of people have issues with it. So I found that Gigabyte Z370M D3H has less issues.
Rest of my build: