thanks for your reply!
there are a few companies where im able to de-activate, but ableton live for example just gives you two activations and theres no chance to deactivate on your own. i had the problem before, where i just didnt knew what i was doing and played around with the data in smbios...
i couldnt find something via the search engine, although im pretty sure this question was asked before - so, sorry if im creating kind of a double thread.
i have a good running high sierra system and would like to upgrade to mojave, but with a fresh install. mainly because i...
can someone clarify to my (noob) self what would be the problem if they change to arm?
is the cpu architecture non-hackintoshable? or is it the problem that you probably just cant buy an arm cpu?
as someone who has no clue whats going on in a cpu, i´m just questioning: if we (or you geniuses...
i was recently trying to hackintosh a lenovo yoga 530 and couldn´t make it run, because of the hdd. my question would be, is the samsung evo ssd in the whitelist or did you just install it and crossed your fingers?
in the yoga530 maintenance documentation they whitelisted a...
glad to help with the little knowledge i have ;)
so it seems that your platform id doesnt fit to your hardware. i suggest you take a good read with these topics:
ok, then maybe
try to set an invalid platform id in the clover boot screen (options/graphics/inject intel[check the box]/platform id) 0x12345678
if this doesn´t help at least booting, you have to wait until rehabman (or a similar genius) is back on da track.
some other users got their...
how long do you wait, before you consider the boot to be failed?
because in general, this is the last entry before macos actually turns into the graphic screen and can take quite some time, especially if youre booting/installing from an usb stick.
to me, it looks like your update is simply not finished yet.
boot mac os install and see what happens. during the update process, the computer reboots two (or three?!) times.
or the other way: choose your regular system hdd, boot and see via "about this mac" if you´re at 10.14.2