A guide in setting up your USB installer using OpenCore,
A USB stick / flash drive or whatever you want to call them, USB2.0 16GB is preferred, possibly a USB3.0 *may* work. Sandisk makes a good USB installer, no I don’t have shares in them, they just seem to work well.
upload your images here please, along with your problem reporting files
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glad your laptop is working
i don't use VoodooHDA.kext but you may need applehdadisabler.kext (which you can search for)
for your battery:
As the title says...
This is only happening using 10.13.4 all previous versions have been fine, i can boot only using cpus=1 or using safe mode
When i use cpus=1 the next line that comes up is waiting for DSMOS which will then carry on booting up
Was wondering if anyone had any insight?
you can use 1 hard drive partitioned properly, but best to use two separate hard drives if possible for two OS's
will give you some info on dual booting and also a guide on how to install macos
I'm having some issues in getting the hdmi audio out working on my laptop (specs in signature) Video works fine though :)
i checked out the thread: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-intel-igpu-hdmi-dp-audio-sandy-ivy-haswell-broadwell.189495/ which mentions about renaming B0D3...
having a little issue in getting the hdmi video working, under about this mac -> system report -> graphics/displays, mirror is set to off. my laptop only has the one integrated graphics card.
On Yosemite using chameleon, i only needed to use GraphicsEnabler=Yes and that was all it...
i was wondering if someone could shed any light on my situation please
i have had mountain lion, mavericks and yosemite working fine on my laptop using chameleon but wanted to try out Sierra. i managed to get a legacy clover build up and running (took a bit of tinkering!) and all seems...