Hi guys, I have a simple problem (I've successfully installed macOS using UniBeast before):
When I boot off the USB stick with Sierra created using UniBeast 7.1.1 i don't see the option to boot Mac OS from USB.
I see three options:
a) boot clover from USB. This will briefly show "b1f: init5"...
Thanks. For the record, the wifi card that comes with the XPS 13 developer edition is called "Killer 1535", has a Qualcomm QCNFA364A chip and does not work with macOS at the moment.
The regular Dell XPS 13 9350 ships with a DW1820A wifi card with a Broadcom BCM94350 chip. Apparently it is...
the current status is:
I installed Clover and upgraded to 10.11 El Capitan but it doesn't run stable. The machine crashes less than a minute after booting up. Haven't spend time trying to improve the situation.
Now that there is a non-developer beta of Yosemite, is this a topic that can be discussed here?
Will the current version of MultiBeast work with Yosemite? I'd like to upgrade my 10.9.4 install to 10.10 beta.
[SUCCESS] i7-2600K, GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3, GV-R5876P-2GD-B, 10.9.3
I installed 10.9.3 on top of 10.9.2 and that fixed it!
Haven't tried USB 3.0 and eSATA yet but Audio and Network are working.
I forgot to mention that I replaced my DVD writer with a HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH24NSB0 a while ago.
I upgraded the beta UEFI from version 1UK to the latest 1UL (still beta). That didn't help either.
Interestingly, it shows a couple of EBIOS read errors in sector 0 during boot (but boots Chimera nonetheless).
If nothing else helps I will probably downgrade to the BIOS F12.
[PROBLEM] i7-2600K, GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3, GV-R5876P-2GD-B, 10.9.2
I tried to update to 10.9.2 today and failed miserably. It hangs during boot.
I then created a new USB stick using the latest Unibeast 3.0.1 and OS X 10.9.2 but I can't boot that either.
I unplugged pretty much everything. I...
I just upgraded to OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 using MultiBeast 6.1.0 and UniBeast 3.0.1.
After rebooting I chose the MultiBeast configuration without DSDT and customized these drivers:
- Realtek ALC xxx -> without DSST -> ALC 889
- 3rd Party SATA,
- USB 3.0 Universal and
- Realtek Lnx2Mac's...