Seems like i have tried all the kexts out there on various forums. I'm gonna try the Dell 690 post install again, and try the default driver from there. If that doesn't work, I'll just buy a network adapter for 30 bucks. No biggie.
Anyway, I want to sincerely thank you for making this possible...
Hi! An update on my progress: I don't know how it happened, because i thought i installed Sierra onto a hdd from my main mac, which i proceeded to install the dell post install on, and now, my dad's computer booted into el capitan... wtf? Anyway, it's good enough for him, so I'm not gonna mess...
This seems to happen when I'm trying go heavy on the ram. Anyone understand what it means?
27394139_10155907313320535_1684911705_o-1 by onekill posted Jan 25, 2018 at 6:50 AM27335396_10155907313000535_1009473387_o by onekill posted Jan 25, 2018 at 6:50...
I just ordered one of these, for the same reason, plus i want the apple wireless stuff to still be paired to windows in a dual boot setup. The fact that it is PCIe might help. My hope is that they will pair with the card on a hardware level, and stay paired regardless of OS. But i can only hope...
Hi! Thank you so much for posting this! I'm actually trying to get my dad's T5400 going so he can record guitar in garageband. :)
I followed your guide until the install part, where it gets stuck in the apple logo boot sequence, around 90%. It has an ATI card.
Any clues? Bios settings?
I humbly ask, is there a computer genius here who have any idea how to get an Oled or character display (connected to mobo via usb, or via raspberry as a go-between) to show this info in a dual boot system:
1. Booted OS
2. CPU core temp, GPU core temp
optional: core clocks, etc.