It looks like I'll be getting an iMac, and I want to transfer everything from my Hack to the new iMac. Obviously I'm talking about my applications (paid ones) and files. My current Hack has a separate SSD for the OS/Apps, and a HDD for all of my files.
What's the best and fastest way...
I did not because I assumed it would be incorporated into the newest Chimera release. Also, after reading through the thread today there seems to be some saying that FileNVRAM v1.1.4 isn't working correctly with OS X 10.10.3.
So far I have gone without iMessage while sticking with legacy boot loader Chimera. My hope was that the FileNVRAM issue would get sorted out and loaded into a new Chimera release, and that way I wouldn't have to switch to Clover.
I just updated to 10.10.3, and I also installed the newest...
On that point, did you reset the BIOS settings before installing OS X or did you leave it as it came? That can make a huge difference.
STEP 3: Recommended BIOS...
Your Geekbench score seems incredibly low. With an i7 and 16gb of ram, I'd think you'd be well over 10000.
Did you buy your Hack as it currently is (with the OS installed), or did you install OS X yourself?
Should we expect an updated File NVRAM to be included in the next release of either MultiBeast or Chimera standalone? Now that NVRAM has been updated, and the previous restrictions are off of iMessage, there shouldn't be any issues...
My update was smooth, as I just had to reinstall audio and trim. However, my graphics card is no longer fully identified. It is showing as AMD 6xxx.
Bluetooth, wifi, and handoff all seem to be working perfectly (I'm using Apple wifi/bluetooth hardware).
I'm not sure if it's related to this...
Some systems are having issues with the 3rd party SATA kext, which for me prevents my system to boot. I know it's not essential to use this kext, as I haven't been since updating, but an updated version would be great. If that's possible.
I'm hoping someone here can help. I purchased via eBay the following:
- PCI E Adapter
- Apple Broadcom BCM94360CD
I put them into my hack running Yosemite and identified as a Mac Pro Early 2008.
AirDrop is working between my Hack and my iPhone.
Phone calls can be made with FaceTime via my...
Yes, but that involves Clover. The point of this thread is to compile all the efforts and data people have found in order to not use Clover.
Until the leaders at Tonymacx86.com announce that Clover is the only way, it seems like there should be a way to get things working with Chimera. As I...
A "Clover & TonyMacx86" solution may be great, but it's not officially endorsed by the powers that be on this site (meaning those who make and distribute the software - Chimera, UniBeast, MultiBeast).
And as has been mentioned by many people, Clover is not very straightforward and it constantly...
It sounds so simple, yet no one has been able to do it.
I wonder if it's just a matter of time before TonyMacx86 becomes a Clover site. I could be wrong, but I don't think there's ever been a core feature of OS X that's gone this long without working from TonyMacx86's services.
It seems that all of the threads for iMessage not working in Yosemite all get hijacked by using Clover to get iMessage working. There are still a large number of people who, for whatever reason, aren't ready or willing to switch over to Clover.
I thought it may be useful to put together a...