The current laptop I'm using has the Intel Wireless card, and I've failed to find any working kext to the point where my hackintosh is merely unusable on the laptop without Internet. I've heard drivers/kexts for this card don't exist--does that mean there's another workaround for me to get a...
I don't know if this is a problem posed by MultiBeast or Clover--but I install Clover with the EXACT SAME SETTINGS as my USB drive, and it completely prevents my system from booting, and I'm forced to go into the recovery HD to delete the EFI partition. From there I can boot using Clover on my...
Whenever I boot to the installer of OS X via Unibeast using Clover, none of my internal HDDs show up. However when I use Chimera, my hard disk is listed in disk utility.
This is a problem because using Clover solves and simplifies a lot of features in OS X. Ex: iMessage, FaceTime, Apple Store...
My macOS Sierra Hackintosh works well; however it can't boot without the configuration on my external USB drive. (The system does not boot with its own copy of Clover because of some incorrect configuration). Is there a simple way to just copy the config.plist from my Unibeast USB to my hard...
I've successfully built a completely functional Hackintosh in Mac OS X Yosemite that I've been using for a few years. I've finally decided to update to the latest version of Sierra which is possible, but I needed several bootflags to get it to boot successfully back when I use Chimera with...
I've been able to install Mac OS X Mavericks and Yosemite. However with the recent update to El Capitan and Sierra, RAID hard drives are no longer supported which is what my computer uses. Is there any way around this and get it to install anyway?
I can't download the installer for macOS Sierra on my genuine Mac, so I can't really create a Unibeast bootable drive to use on other computers. I get the error shown below when I try to download it from the Mac App Store.
Is there any way to get around this or download it from Apple another way?
Unibeast doesn't support it. Is there any other way to do this? The PC I want to download it to can't read my OS X disc because it's a DVD and it only supports CDs. It's too old for any newer versions of OS X.
I'm also willing to purchase any earlier versions of OS X, although this...
Currently, I have OS X 10.10 installed but I want a fresh start and to update to 10.11. Whenever I boot to the installer for 10.11 via Unibeast, there are no HDDs available in Disk Utility. I tried plugging in an external hard drive and that seemed to work, but none of my HDDs show up.
I've gotten this to work before, but it's not right now.
bootflags: "GraphicsEnabler=Yes PCIRootUID=1"
4 gb ram
NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT
Intel Core 2 Duo
I've successfully installed OS X Yosemite along with Microsoft Windows 7. The only thing I need is to prevent Chimera from immediately booting to Yosemite. I'm on a shared computer and most people prefer Windows.
On my desktop PC, I have successfully installed OS X Mavericks. Everything works well, the computer is connected to the internet using Wi-Fi.
Now, the only problem I have is, the App Store and iMessage don't work. I've seen tutorials for OS X Yosemite, but not for Mavericks.
This apparently has...
I'm using the theme featured here:
Here's my org.Chameleon.Boot.plist:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN"...