I've been thinking a lot about installing OS X on my desktop PC. I have a Macbook Pro, but it's kind of old for editing Full HD vids and stuff like that. (I currently use it for mostly music recording and editing it, and the experience it has given me is unexplainably amazing.) So I...
I'm looking to install Sierra and Windows 10 on 2 separate SSD's but have no idea whatsoever about UEFI etc.
I currently am running Windows and Yosemite and just hit F12 and startup to choose the OSX drive if I want to use the Mac, this then goes into chameleon before loading Yosemite...
I am ghosting through this forum and this great website for almost a year now and after finally selling my old iMac i really want to build my first Hackintosh now.
My configuration is almost ready to order and looks as follows at the moment:
Motherboard: GA-Z170X Gaming 5
Today I installed a GTX 980 ti into my hack rig. I'm running El Capitan 10.11.5 and clover. After installing the card I installed the web drivers associated with the OS build. Since then booting up has been very erratic. Sometimes I can boot into my system, sometimes I get a kernel panic...
I installed Sierra but am having problems with it and would like to try out El Capitan instead.
I am on a dual boot system with 2 SSD's, 1 with Sierra and the other with Windows 10.
Is there any special way I have to do this other than wiping the Sierra disk and installing El Capitan?
Hi all and Merry Christmas,
I really would need some help. As you can probably figure out from the title - I can't boot into chameleon (respectively my OSX Mavericks) because I decided to install Windows 10. Now some explaining is in order. All of the mentioned OSes are installed to my WD...
I used to have El Capitan and Windows 8 working on two separate drives perfectly for the most part and have had dual boot working great for years. For some reason after some time I started having strange issues while booting into either OS or having slow loadup speeds when booting onto mac side...
I am planning to build my first hackintosh workstation that can dual-boot into Windows for VR/Unity game development and macOS for iOS/macOS app development. On the Mac side I still need some GPU power for some apps, but not at VR/gaming levels as on Windows. I would like to make the...
I will be, hopefully, building a hackintosh soon and I plan to dual boot it with windows. Since gtx 1060 isn't supported yet, I was wondering, if there is a way to use the card only in windows and use intel graphics in mac without constantly plugging and plugging the hdmi cable between the card...
CPU: Intel i7 Sandybridge 2600k 3.4 Ghz Quad Core
GPU: AMD Radeon HD 6850 1GB
MB: Gigabyte Z68APD3 Revision 2
BIOS VS: UA9 [UEFI ONLY// w10 instal efi]
Clover ATI Frame Buffer: Duckweed
Sorry for the long video, but I wanted to make sure I provided the most detail that way you can watch...
I dual boot Sierra and Windows in a same disk with different partitions. It works all good when I turn CSM Support to disabled in BIOS Settings, what strange is that it will be set to enabled a few days later. I'm sure I don't make this change.
So anyone know how to disable this option forever?
Hello, this is my first Hackintosh build and the specs are as follows;
Phanteks Ethno Evolve ITX
Intel core I7 4790k
MSI z97i Gaming AC (ITX)
H100i GTX Cooler
Samsung Evo 850 250 GB for Windows 10
Sandisk SSD Plus 120 GB for...