Photos and updates of what works/doesn't coming soon.
I followed the Sierra install guide here.
Originally, I planned on using the i5 6600K's integrated graphics, but after installing (even with various combinations of InjectIntel and other things), it was refusing to boot from any device. So...
Here's a good one: A while back i buy an old ipod classic, fourth gen., off ebay to put flash storage in it.
a VERY long story made short: I'm frustrated and put a brand new, blank, 16GB card in my SD to CF to 1.8" IDE adapter monstrosity and put it into disk mode. this takes a fat minute, and...
Do you need a legit Apple ROM/firmware to do internet recovery, just like you need legit Apple hardware to use Target Disk Mode?
(trying to recover corrupted OS X ssd that was in my hackintosh, i thought maybe if i stuck it in a real mac, it might be able to use internet recovery, since i've...
I feel that you misread "GTX" as "RX", as I was referring to the nVidia GTX 480, released over 6 years ago.
I was NOT referring to the recently released AMD RX 480.
BUT thanks for the informational links, they made for a good read.
So i have a few theories as to why it might not be recognized, despite all drivers/kexts being what they should be for it to work.
Prevailing theory from research is that (i'm a ****ing moron) the card, which i bought long ago and have just been able to use, requires both 8 pin and 6 pin power...
so i had problem #4, where after boot, my video card (GT630) would not output a video signal. i edited the .kext for a 6,1 system profile and upon rebooting, got:
what does this mean? is there any hope for me?
The reason VT-d is automatically disabled on this motherboard is because you are using a K series CPU, which does not have VT-d. You might want to edit your post to include this, and tell those not using a K series that they should disable it :D