Recently updated my build to Mac OS Sierra using my GPU HDMI port. (Radeon 280x)
I'm now trying to utilise the onboard HDMI as sleep doesn't work with my GPU and I keep getting a flickering issue.
How do I fix this?
I've upgraded my system so it now holds an SSD.
SSD: Mac OS Sierra
The problem I'm having is with the Windows boot. It takes 15 minutes to boot in to Windows after selecting it from the Clover boot screen. Mac OS X boots perfectly fine.
After selecting Windows on Clover Boot...
How would I go about dual booting on two separate HDDs but with an extra partition on one HD to cater for my Mac files.
My situation is that I have an 128GB SSD and a 2TB SSHD.
I want to dual boot both Mac OS and Windows however, on the SSD I want Mac OS Sierra and on the SSHD I want 1TB...
Can someone direct me to which SMBIOS I could use for my build so I am able to download and install OS X Sierra?
I'm currently running Mac 3,1 however, I'm told this Mac isn't compatible for OS X Sierra.
Any help would be appreciated.
CPU: Intel i5 4460 Quad Core
GPU: Radeon R9 280
Can someone give me a briefing on which SMBIOS to choose.
Currently my SMBIOS is that of an Early 2008 iMac however, I am now not able to download Sierra and I would like to.
How can I configure an SMBIOS that I know will work for my Hackintosh?
So my build works perfectly fine except one thing. If i set my build to sleep i am able to wake it from sleep and resume working with ease. This works fine however, when i keep my system sleeping for a few hours i am not able to wake it from sleep mode and have to reboot.
Is there a fix...
I've installed this driver for my mobo however, upon waking from sleep i am not receiving any audio sound from my speakers. How can i fix this?
Mobo - H81M S2H.
MultiBeast - Select: Drivers > Audio > Realtek ALCxxx > √ ALC 887 Current.
Running El Capitan 10.11.6
So, i recently installed both Mac OS X and Windows in UEFI mode on the same HDD.
Once installed i was able to boot into Windows with ease. No problems whatsoever.
Now just randomly i received a 'grey' screen. I rebooted my PC and then selected the Windows partition but I'm stuck with a grey...
I'm following these two guides to Software Update my system.
Am i going the right way about it or do i need to recreate a UniBeast USB?
So i updated El Capitan to 10.11.6 via Mac App Store but after updating upon the restart i received the error: 'Reboot and select proper boot device'
I'm able to boot in to El Capitan via USB and that's how i'm currently posting.
I've tried to reconfigure my EFI/CLOVER/config.plist using CC and...
To be able to dual boot using El Capitan and Windows 10, what is the best configuration to go with?
UEFI or Legacy?
I'm planning on partitioning one HDD with 2 partitions. One for Mac OS X and one for Windows 10.
What shall i go with?
Please also link dual boot guides if possible.
So to dual boot Windows from the Clover Boot Screen I followed this guide: http://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/add-windows-10-boot-efi-after-installed-os-x-clover-uefi-simple.182919/page-4
Managed to complete the entire guide but I'm still not able to boot into Windows Partition from the Clover...
Managed to dual boot my hard drive with El Capitan and Win 10.
Able to boot from USB but can't boot via hard drive. Clover boot screen shows up and I'm able to select OS but after selection I'm greeted with a Black/Grey screen.
Ran Post Installation Tools
Ran Multibeast for Bootloader
So I'm running into a slight problem. I've managed to dual boot my system with both windows and El Capitan.
Also managed to install the Clover boot loader using Multibeast after installation.
I now have a problem when trying to boot up any OS. Upon taking the bootable USB out I boot up...
So i have Windows 10 installed on a partition. Am i able to now install El Capitan on a secondary partition and thereafter dual boot my PC? Or will this not work as El Capitan should've been installed first?