I successfully installed El Capitan on my system drive and am only able to boot into it with my Clover USB but when I run Multibeast so I can boot directly from my system drive it doesn't work.
The error I get when I attempt to boot from the system drive is:
I would like to dual boot Windows 7 and El Chapitan on the same SSD.
My setup is:
Motherboard: Intel DZ77RE-75K
CPU: Intel Core i7 3770K
Graphics Card: Nvidia Geforce 670
SSD: 120GB Sandisk SSD
HDD: 2TB Western Digital
I will be upgrading from Yosemite and this will be my first time using...
Your suggestion above worked and I was able to get my Hackintosh running with the Chimera bootloader.
The iMessage problem where the Apple ID won't log in has popped up again and I've heard that the current solution of adding the FileNVRAM won't work.
The only other way of being able to sign...
I do know about the AppleIntelCPUPowermanagement kext that you are talking about but in it is a very easy fix that just involves booting via a Unibeast flash drive and installing it with Kextbeast.
I am not able to get this far because a second kernel panic pops up pertaining to a FakeSMC...
Never mind I solved the issue:
All of the drives connected to the Hackintosh show up on my desktop (it's for convenance) and I accidenly changed the name of the drive that my user presided on which is what caused the issue.
So I woke up my Hackintosh (running 10.9.1) from sleep and was going to use the Mac App Store but every time I woke opened it, it would immediately close without even opening up a window.
Naturally the first thing I decided to do was to restart the Hackintosh so I turned it off and after it...
When I updated from Mountain Lion to Mavericks it stopped my Apple ID from signing in.
This means I can't use:
-I can't update any App Store apps
I remember reading somewhere that I should change my Apple ID password, which I did and to no avail
All help is appreciated.