I realize I'm resurrecting a really old thread here but this paved the way for my solution. The only modification needed was to change the "StartInterval" value to 15 instead of 55. I was still hearing some pops with 55, so that means that it was waiting too long. Setting it to 15 does the...
Two more things:
To get to your windows boot you can press a button (for me it's F12) right when you turn on the computer to select a boot drive. I had the same problem with Clover.
I saw your other post, by the way. Does sound remain after sleep or no?
I think I may have somehow selected legacy boot.
I'm noticing that I saw a screen like this to start up, compared to this one.
I saw files like AHCI_3rdParty_SATA.kext, AppleHDA.kext, and NullCPUPowerManagement.kext were recently added/modified from my system/library/extentions folde.
I initially had a i5-4670k build running with integrated graphics on Yosemite. Booting with Clover.
Audio was not working, so I downloaded MultiBeast and attempted to install the Realtec 892 to get audio to work.
Unfortunely, it seems that quite a few other things were installed at the same...
To put things more simply, I think I just need to be able to get into MultiBeast and change a few settings. I want to be able to do this without resetting my hard drive. I've tried changing the GraphicsEnabler and IGPEnabler, but these do not seem to change anything.
Any thoughts would be...
I had Yosemite set up on my computer with a 7770. The 7770 no longer works, so I had to switch to integrated graphics. My processor is a i5-4670k, so the integrated graphics is Intel HD 4600.
When I boot, it loads initially on only one monitor, with the other monitor having a bunch of lines and...
Updated list of parts:
RAM: 8GB 1600Mhz DDR3
Case:Fractal Design Define R4
Power Supply: Corsair 600 Watt
Storage: 1x128GB SSD 1x500GB HDD (and possibly HDD from previous computer)
CPU Cooler: Stock with CPU (won't be over clocking)
So now the question is which would benefit more with an SSD, OSX or Windows?
And then whatever one has the SSD would just use the HDD as "overflow" storage, right, with most of that OS's storage on that SSD. Would it work like that?
32GB SSD for each?
Can they both share a data hard drive, or will that mess things up?
Would I be able to use my current HDD and put it in the new computer and use that along with 2 SSDs?
basically, how should I set this all up?
My current idea:
32GB SSD #1: OSX
32GB SSD #2: Windows 8
Thanks for the info... I have a few questions:
Good to know. I might dual boot once I get everything working.
Is there any reason why I shouldn't use a case like the Fractal Design Define R3 or the Obsidian Series 550D?
I really like quiet things. I don't like any obnoxious lights either.
The only reason I'm comparing it to the Mac Mini is because of price point. I already have a great monitor and the Mac Pro is way too expensive. I am just fine with a mid-tower computer.
Please let me know about what you think about my parts list.
I'm pretty sure I'd like:
CPU: Intel Core i5-3570K
GPU: Previously purchased 5670 (don't think it will affect the PSU much, will it?)
RAM: 8GB 1600Mhz DDR3 (same one as suggested)
PSU: Corsair 600 Watt (as suggested)
Not so sure about:
Motherboard: GA-Z77-DS3H (is this any...