Well, first: Thanks a lot! This post saved my a** before but as it seems these steps are no longer valid for Windows 10 (Pro) 1809 ISO files.
I tried to create a bootable USB-Stick yesterday, but it failed. Though the stick could be created, it's not bootable.
Anyone with the same issue?
What about the RX 480 by now, is it supported? Does it work OOB with El Capitan 10.11.6/macOS Sierra 10.12.1?
Or let me ask in general: What is the best card out there that does work OOB with El Capitan 10.11.6?
Fixed it! :D
... thanks to the guide I could find here: Click.
If you've got the same problem, this is how I fixed it (do it exactly that order):
1. Open up MultiBeast
2. Go straight to "Drivers"
3. Select "Realtek" -> "ALC1150"
4. Go straight to "Build"
5. Install the driver
6. After the...
It's quite impossible for me to get audio working on my newly built Hackintosh.
Build's the following:
- Z170A MSI Gaming Pro Carbon
- Intel Core i7 6700K
- 16GB DDR4 2400 Corsair Vengeance
- Asus Nvidia GTX 780 3GB
- TP-Link Archer T9E 1900Mbit AC PCIe WLAN adapter
Well I got the same MoBo now, with the following conifg:
MSI Gaming Pro Carbon Z170A
Intel Core i7 6700K
16GB DDR4 2133 G.Skill
Nvidia GTX 780 (Asus)
... i followed the instructions, listed in the Install-Guide section, but i cannot boot from HFS Disk after installing, there's a "prohibition...
But why does one have to switch back before shutdown? If the iGPU's set as primary GPU shouldn't it be "fixed" in the BIOS, so that you can shut down, using the GTX switch cables AFTER shutdown and reboot into OS X using the iGPU?
Does this really work? Is it possible to keep the GTX 1060/RX 480 in the slot, while using OS X with the iGPU just by switching the input source on the monitor? - Did you try it?
And if the iGPU needs to be set as primary graphics card will the real card automatically work with Windows or do I...
So, if I only need the GTX for Windows, but I'd be fine with the Intel HD 530 in OS X, what and how should I set it up?
I've heard about using a discrete graphics card "over the iGPU", like connecting a DP/HDMI cable to the MoBo, and setting the iGPU the primary device for proper use with OS X...