I am resorting to opening this thread because I have tried searching this forum and troubleshooting this intermittent problem and none of them have worked.
The hack boots up fine most of the time and 100% of the time after rebooting after this error. It is experienced maybe 10% of...
So I'm set to build another hack soon based on the Z370 chipset and the i7-9700K. The 8700K is sold out currently here in South Africa. We went with the Asus Maximus X Hero for this build and it just requires a BIOS update for the 9th gen chips.
The 9700K gives up hyper-threading, though. Is...
A friend of mine wants me to build him a new Hack. The only problem is that we need to stick with Gigabyte AORUS motherboards (for Thunderbolt support) and here in South Africa the Z370 boards are now few and far between. We originally chose the Gaming 7 because it offers enough M.2...
This was one of the easiest builds I've ever done. Almost everything works OOB. Currently running 10.11 (first release).
I know it's an old build but I decided to transform my HTPC into a Hack so I gave it a shot this afternoon. Took me about two hours.
I've been finding my Sierra virtual machine highly useful for all sorts of things when building hackintoshes. I can run it on the same machine as I run Windows, have internet access to research, make installer USBs, edit config.plists, patch DSDTs, etc etc, pretty much anything you can do on a...
So herewith my specs:
Asus Maximus IV Extreme Z
16 GB DDR3-1866
Asus ROG Strix RX 480 Gaming 8GB
I've been pulling my hair out (I am now bald) trying to install High Sierra 10.13.2. It's the only version of the installer I have. I can get all the way through the installer...
So I have a successful build with this hardware:
Gigabyte AORUS Gaming 5
32 GB DDR4-3000
EVGA GTX 1050 SCC 2GB
Samsung EVO 960 512GB M.2 (system)
Everything works except the on-board WIFI, but I know there is no support for it yet. No biggie.
HWMonitor reports an...
Been a while since I posted. I hope you're all well!
So I've built a hack with the following components:
Gigabyte AORUS Gaming 5
EVGA GTX 1050 SCC
32GB DDR4-3000 (Team Delta RGB)
Corsair RM650x PSU
So far I've gotten everything to work using Multibeast and Clover...
Long time. Hope everyone is well!
I'm looking to build a CustoMac Pro for a friend in the audio biz and follow the buyer's guide with the i7-8700K and the Gigabyte Z370 AORUS Gaming WIFI.
My question is, how is Thunderbolt support on this build? Does it work as intended without...
I installed El Capitan on the following system successfully using Unibeast (UEFI):
16GB Crucial Sport DDR4 2133
We basically bought everything on the buyers guide.
I just can't seem to get the ALC1150 audio working. I tried a few...
I'm trying to install Mavericks 10.9.1 on the following system:
Geforce 7300 (this will change soon to a GT210)
The problem is it reboots after loading TMSafetyNet.kext and briefly (like a few milliseconds) shows boot arguments (if any). This...
I am able to install Mavericks and get into the operating system with GraphicsEnabler=Yes and -x bootflags. Obviously this is not ideal. However I am getting full resolution. Just no QE/CI or OpenCL.
System info reports the chipset as unknown and only 1024GB but does identify...
I am attempting to install Mavericks on an Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z with a Geforce 610. My BIOS version is the latest 3603.
I am able to get into the Mavericks installer with GraphicsEnabler=No -x -v but cannot boot from the HDD thereafter, even using the USB. FWIW, I seemed to...
I just wanted to post this here because there's not a hell of a lot about it online and I thought others might find it useful.
It turns out the Lenovo T530 is pretty easy to install 10.8.5 on but requires a very specific installation method, i.e. you have to install each kext in...
Is it possible to use Unibeast to install 10.8.5 on a USB 3.0 flash drive?
I have a 32GB USB 3.0 flash disk that I'm hoping I can install ML on using Unibeast. Is this possible? I realise that the USB 3.0 kexts will not be available during the standard installation but can I...
So I installed Lion onto a spare hard drive with the Unibeast USB method. Installation went without a hitch and installed nicely. Once the installation was done, I rebooted with the USB and chose my new Lion partition. Everything seemed to be going well and Lion booted fine so...
So all is well with my Hackintosh except the onboard ALC892 sound and ethernet. Here are my specs:
Motherboard: Intel DH67CL
CPU: Intel i7-2600
RAM: Kingston 6GB
Ethernet: Intel 82579V Gigabit Ethernet Controller
I do get sound through the green jack, however, but...
So my Hackintosh is up and running with full graphics although the audio is very noisy (ALC892) and there is no ethernet support. That, however, is fine for now.
The more pressing issue for me is the error I'm getting when I run "Verify Disk" in Disk Utility. Here are the error...