I installed my current triple boot system (macOS 10.13.6/WIN10/Linux Clover Legacy) on a 1 x Sata SSD + 2 x Sata HDD connecting each time only the drive affected by each O.S. installation and installing Clover boot loader on the masOS Sata SSD.
Now in my new build (Gigabyte Z390...
I have to update my multiboot system with a Gigabyte Z390 Designare motherboard. In this motherboard the two M.2 connectors share the bandwidth with the SATA3 connectors. In this way, using both M.2 connectors I would lose the possibility of using three SATA3 connectors.
Is it possible...
I am updating my multiboot system with a Gigabyte Z390 Designare motherboard. In this motherboard the two M.2 connectors share the bandwidth with the SATA3 connectors according to the following scheme:
In this way, using both M.2 connectors I would lose the possibility of using three...
Reading the Noctua CPU compatibility list, I noticed about the Intel CPU 9th generation (i.e. i9-9900k) for some models (i.e. NH-U9S, NH-U12S) the following warning:
“if power limits are disabled in BIOS, CPU might not be able to keep maximum turbo clock under prolonged AVX loads...
I'm planning to upgrade my system with a new ATX motherboard and new intel i7-9700k or i9-9900k cpu, No or low turbo/overclocking use for the moment: which air cooler would be optimal for this type of use?
The motherboard will be mounted vertically in a mid tower case, can the weight of...
I would like to replace macOS Sierra with macOS Mojave in a Sierra / High Sierra multiboot system in the same ssd (Asus P5G41T-M LX mb - Intel Core2Duo E8600 cpu - legacy-bios mode with Clover bootloader).
Unfortunately both existing partitions are HFS + and I read that installing MacOS...
Recently I noticed that some folders are not visible on an ntfs partition (read only access) in macOS Sierra and High Sierra while they are visible via Windows 10 or Linux.
Can it depend on the use of characters or symbols not allowed? Which? (for example: folders like "Alghero - PPR"...
I installed macOS High Sierra alongside macOS Sierra in a multiboot system (legacy mode/HFS+ file system) on the same SSD.
I have download the latest 10.13.2 combo update and saved it on an USB external HDD but after running the update installer at reboot a "boot macOS install from macOS...
I installed macos sierra 10.12 (HFS+/Clover-Legacy bios) on the first partition (300 gb) of an SSD. Is it possible to install MacOS High Sierra 10.13 on a second partition (200 gb) on the same SSD without removing the Sierra macOS installation?
Which File System would be better to use...
I'm planning to install macOS Sierra using a new SSD 525 Crucial MX300 and I would ask You whether it is necessary to keep a part of the drive unformatted for the over-provisioning or whether this is an already inbuilt feature of recent SSDs.
Thanks in advance
Is it posssible to install multiple OS X versions on the same HDD? If yes, which OS X versions and can Clover bootloader in legacy mode manage all them?
Every suggestion will be appreciated,
Thanks in advance
At the moment, it seems that the graphics card ATI Radeon HD 5450 is not compatible with MacOS Sierra; what would be the best alternative possible (tested compatibility) at low cost in case the incompatibility is not resolved?
Thanks in advance for Your advice
After the installation of OS X 10.11.3 El Capitan (and even after its update with ComboUpdate to OS X 10.11.6) App Store has a problem that I could not solve:
opening App Store and trying to download OS X El Capitan the loading spinning wheel in the upper menu bar continues...
I currently have an experimental dual boot system (legacy-bios install) with OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard and Windows 10 on two separate hard drives that works fine (Chimera 1.7.0 boot loader).
Now I would like to make a triple boot on the same BIOS system on three separate hdds with...
first time experimental clean install of OS X Snow Leopard with:
MotherBoard: ASUS P5G41T-M LX
Integrated Audio: Realtek ALC887
Integrated Ethernet: Qualcomm Atheros AR8151 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller
(ID Hardware: PCI\VEN_1969&DEV_1083&SUBSYS_83FE1043&REV_C0)...