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  1. b.kind

    [Success] b1's "Mac Mini Killer" with macOS Mojave: i7-8700 | Gigabyte Z370N | RX560 | 16GB RAM

    The later updates all appeared to be for hardware I did not own. So I left my Z370N WIFI on BIOS F3. i5-5400. Everything worked fine. Until I spilled water on it & killed it.
  2. b.kind

    Fried my motherboard. GA-Z370-WIFI

    Broke my Hackintosh. Water spill, took out my external backup drive. A few drops apparently got onto the motherboard, a GA-Z370-WIFI. They don’t sell them anymore. The power supply may be fine (case lights up, fans run), but no POST, no BIOS screen, etc, so I assume the mobo died. Should I...
  3. b.kind

    Solved > Screen sleep stopped working after update to mac os Catalina 10.15.4

    Thank you jmmc, this fix worked for me too. Now I can put the display to sleep and wake it up again.
  4. b.kind

    Solved > Clover: In config.plist, I set scan to <false/>, with no boot entries defined

    Fixed. Booted from unibeast disk, copied to old config.plist back into place.
  5. b.kind

    Solved > Clover: In config.plist, I set scan to <false/>, with no boot entries defined

    No ideas, huh? I am going to try reinstalling Clover using UniBeast. I do NOT want it to reinstall the OS, just Clover, so I will have to duck out of the process somewhere. Does anyone know if I will also need to re-run MultiBeast? Oy. This small experiment quickly turned into a mess.
  6. b.kind

    Solved > Screen sleep stopped working after update to mac os Catalina 10.15.4

    I have this issue too. Using Clover 5107.
  7. b.kind

    macOS 10.15.4 Update

    This same thing happened to me.
  8. b.kind

    Solved > Clover: In config.plist, I set scan to <false/>, with no boot entries defined

    Shot myself in the foot. Made a mistake and messed up my hackintosh. In the config.plist, I set scan to <false/>, without first creating custom boot entries. Now, clover shows zero entries. No way to boot macOS or the Recovery drive. Does anyone know how I can access my drive, so I can...
  9. b.kind

    macOS 10.15.4 Update

    I updated clover to 5107, installed the latest AppleALC / Lilu / WhateverGreen to EFI/EFI/CLOVER/Kexts/other. Installed the Update, rebooted. looked fine. Now, I am having issues waking the monitor. Hmm... Do I have to "touch" the kext folder and rebuilt the kextcache? Would it look...
  10. b.kind

    macOS 10.15.4 Update

    19E266 here too. Went in smooth. 24 minutes.
  11. b.kind

    Intel NUC 10 Frost Canyon

    "Intel NUC 10 Performance Kit (NUC10i7FNH) - Core i7, Tall, Add't Components Needed … " Appears to be sold by 3rd party, not Intel. Hmm...
  12. b.kind

    macOS 10.15.3 Update

    Followed the directions, migrated the kexts, update went fast, 3 reboots and done.
  13. b.kind

    10 Year Anniversary of tonymacx86

    Here is what amazes me. This whole project is HUGE. Factor in all the packages, all the parts. BIOS, UEFI, Clover, UniBeast, MultiBeast, many other downloads, drivers and drivers and drivers, kexts and scripts and patches and work-arounds, for all these different chipsets and motherboards...
  14. b.kind

    macOS 10.15.2 Update

    Updated the kexts, ran the macOSUpdate, restart under 19C57. Smooth. Well done, all.
  15. b.kind

    macOS 10.15.1 Update

    Updated Clover, WEG, AppleALC, Lilu. 10.15.1 update went smooth. 25 minutes.
  16. b.kind

    macOS 10.15.1 Update

    I am going to wait until the bugs get worked out.
  17. b.kind

    macOS Catalina 10.15.0 Supplemental Update

    Update took 16 minutes. Ran fine, no issues.
  18. b.kind

    macOS 10.15 Catalina is Now Available on the Mac App Store

    I upgraded clover to 5070, than upgraded the OS to Catilina. No issues, ran smooth, despite having intel HD 630 graphics. I wonder what the flag does? > Intel HD 630 graphics may need to add -disablegfxfirmware at Clover boot screen
  19. b.kind

    [Success] First Build, Core i5-8400, GA Z370N WIFI, i630, Airport card

    Update. About 14 months ago, I built my first computer, also my first hackintosh. A small white box. Reporting that it has been solid and reliable. It is fast and has more power than I ever begin to use. Runs cool, completely silent, very low power usage. No complaints about any...