I'll soon do my new Hackingtosh, but for that I need to download Big Sur.
That said My hackingtosh (currently set as an iMac 27" late 2013 High Sierra 10.13.6) is not compatible, therefore I cannot download the installer from the Apple Store.
Is there a way I can download the original...
I had a hackingtosh since 2015 with my old MSI Z97 Gaming 5, GTX 1070, 19.13.6 High Sierra, i7 4790k 4GHz, 32Gb DDR3 2300 mhz which served me well, unfortunately it has become too old for my workflow and the fact I cannot move any firther than high sierra has made it almost non...
This makes me sad, but I expected it would have happened one day.
Fortunately I was lucky enough to be able to take advantage of the hackingtosh system in the early years of my career, when money was (and partly still is) in very short supply.
I had my hackingtosh since 2014, but it's starting...
I regularly use my magic mouse, keyboard and other accessories with a bluetooth 4.0 dongle, but the connection isn't very stable.
I'd like to purchase a decent bluetooth PCI card to install on my hackingtosh, but I know compatibility of such peripherals with OSX is a bit tricky.
I had the hackintosh with my curent hardware since 2014:
MSI Z97 Gaming 5 (With appropriate BIOS settings)
Intel Core i7 4790K
32GB DDR3 G.Skill Ram (actual) 2133 MHz
Gigabyte GTX 980 Gaming G1 4GB GDDR5
Mac OS 10.13.6 High Sierra (Used Yosemite and Sierra previously)
A Windows 10...
I'll try that now.
Should i also change the setting shown in the attachements?
By the way is there a way to make sure it's the GPU to cause the problem?
I'm asking because I have a feeling the GPU might be dying, but I can't see while the whole system reboots because of it.
I would only...
No luck, it still crashes.
Is there a way to know what's causing the crash?
My PC is a bit old (4 years) and I'd like to know if this an OSX Configuration problem or if a piece from my computer is failing, because if I had to change something like the GPU would be mildly dramatic.
If i had to...
Well, I tried something and it seems to have been working (I didn't have any crashes for about 5 hours).
I reinstalled the NullCPUPowerManagement.kext with Multibeast and then i went inside clover and disabled the "AppleCPUPM" option.
This time, though, I also told clover configurator to...
Since i had an hackingtosh (2014 onwards) I always experienced random reboots from time to time, specially in extremely intensive situations, but in the latest 2,3 days I started having random reboots much more frequently even at minute loads.
For example today it must have crashed...
Would you kinldy explain me where and how to input this data?
If i try to replace the previous values in the clover configrator text mode i get this error:
Also, do i need to install some kind of updated kext?
Ok after 3 hours i managed to solve the booting problem; It was a damn driver in clover.
Now i made a nice backup and i'll proceed in updating OS X.
That said while panicking earlier in the clover opitons i checked "Enable Bootflags for all partitions" or something like that, and i now have a...