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    Huawei Matebook Pro X 2020, won't boot from USB.

    Sorry. It does have Intel graphics, but also Intel integrated, of course.
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    Huawei Matebook Pro X 2020, won't boot from USB.

    Holy crap, how did I not notice that at all. Thanks! I now got further, using every bit of information I could find in your guide that was relevant to my build(Comet Lake). The PC now recognizes the drive, and does in fact boot, however, it's been stuck on a "OC failed to load configuration!"...
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    Huawei Matebook Pro X 2020, won't boot from USB.

    I'm fairly new to the project here, but I got a Matebook through work that I can't resell(clause from buying on staff discount) until March next year, and I need MacOS on it. I googled, and discovered several people have done this with the same machine. The specs: intel i5-10210 16GB RAM 512...
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    Windows won't let me boot back into MacOS

    It is indeed a H110 chipset! Thanks for the tip!
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    Windows won't let me boot back into MacOS

    Successfully managed to boot into BIOS, and the pen drive again, so that's progress. MacOS boots on the third try(without the stop sign), and then about 75% of the way through loading, it stops, and there's a spinning wheel below the progress bar. tried three times, the third time I left it for...
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    Windows won't let me boot back into MacOS

    Sure, I'll get to that when I get home. I'll also mention that I didn't purchase the PC with customac in mind, so it may have an issue there, but as I said, it did work initially. Vulgo : thanks, I'll give that a try as well!
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    Windows won't let me boot back into MacOS

    I'll let it be said, that in the last 6 or so years, this is my second attempt at this. The first one actually booted into OS X, but at the time, there were no drivers available for Fermi cards, and I scrapped it. After reading the guides, I deemed it was possible for my setup, and whilst I'm a...
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    Windows won't let me boot back into MacOS

    So, I followed all the steps to the letter(after failing a couple of times), and managed to finally install High Sierra on my pre-built MSI Codex. So far, so good. The OS is installed, I run MultiBeast, install all the correct drivers and bootloader. I then proceed to install the Nvidia...
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    is a pre-built MSI desktop compatible?

    It's a MSI Codex. Z170 chipset Intel i5 DDR4 GeForce 1060. I'm unsure about the mainboard, as this is a pre-built machine.
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    Asus P8Z68-v (almost working, need help!)

    It looks as though you've not read the installation instructions properly. For starters, when installing for the first time, set BIOS/UEFI to recommended modes(In my case, the p8z68v-pro already had those settings set by default), remove all excessive RAM, leaving 4GB, and then install. First...
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    Kernel Panic after installing Nvidia drivers.

    Yep, if it only it were so easy.
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    Asus P8Z68-v (almost working, need help!)

    Yanith: Bridge helper is outdated. Update helper is what you need, and as far as I know, it should be installed PRIOR to updating to 10.6.8. But yeah, on topic, same motherboard, although pro version. No sound, kernel panic. I think MultiBeast needs a better UI, with drivers that are more...
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    Kernel Panic after installing Nvidia drivers.

    Setup: Mainboard - ASUS P8 Z68-V pro CPU - Intel Core i7 2600K RAM - Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz 4GB(8GB, but 4 for OS X) Graphics - GeForce GTX 550Ti OS - Snow Leopard 10.6.3 -> updated to 10.6.8 NOTE: I know the graphics card isn't supported in SL. Everything went well. Installed using...
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    Boot Fail - Gray Apple Screen after MultiBeast [SOLVED]

    Re: Boot Fail - Gray Apple Screen after MultiBeast I won't go as far as giving pointers here, bud did you start your OS X partition using the command "GraphicsEnabler=Yes" ? In my, albeit short, experience, it seems to do the trick.
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