After start, 1 and 2 are on while the Bios is loading. Starting with the successful loading of clover, all LEDS are off, except for power button of course.
During sleep all Led are off and the power button is flashing blue.
After sleep the LEDs are all off.
Hope this helps!
I actually don't think you need to make any changes within the system for changes in RAM size. Since you don't have to enter the RAM size during the installation and post-installation process, I think it should in principle work directly. However, unfortunately the motherboard...
wow, that sounds tough. From your last post I did not get, that also the installer did not work. You've been talking about "installation" from USB and I though you just used your USB Clover to boot from the already installed OS X.
Since you mention that something with the UEFI...
can you boot into clover using a USB-Stick and get to the MacOS/ OS X installer? If so I would check the harddisk and its partitions using the disk utility of the installer. Most likely something is broken there.
The Sierra installer (that you accidentally seem to have used) can't...
you can find my config.plist attached (using a nvidia graphics card). Hope it works for you.
BTW. If I understand you correctly you don't even get to boot the usb-installer for sierra. For this I did not need any custom config.plist. Worked out of the box from unibeast. Thus I...
first of all thanks for your work and uni/multibeast! They are just awesome!
To contribute at least a bit to it's development I wanted to post a minor bug (I guess it's one) I found lately when installing sierra on a dell optiplex 990.
Since the computer has a Realtek ALC269 I tried to...
another update regarding Sierra on Optiplex990:
Since using VGA would not work (couldn't even get to the installer), I used an old Nvidia GT430 card. With the card everything worked like a charm using the official install guidelines with UniBeast and MultiBeast.
For MultiBeast I used...
sorry for reviving this old thread, but could someone please confirm that he/she has a running os X on an optiplex 380. Would be great if you could shortly provide OS version and non-working features.
Thanks in advance, dasdf
I think this depends a lot what you mean with "connect to the iMac". Normal NUCs only have a mini displayport, which is not equal to a thunderbolt interface. You can use the mini displayport to connect to whatever monitor and perhaps also to your iMac (depends on the version...
Thanks a lot for your efforts and looking into this. I've been working with 0x19260002 for the last three days and everything worked like a charm. So at first sight your switch to 0x19260002 seems reasonable!
Regarding the apps: I wanted to connect to my NUC using the screen...
@cthetoy: Thanks a lot for the post. I was having trouble to use my NUC as a screen sharing server. It would always crash when connecting. After changing the ig-platform-id it is working flawlessly now.