I have installed a fresh mac os Monterey on my new SSD everything works fine except FileVault, when i try to Turn on filevault it says "Incorrect password"
Note i have not enabled FileVault before.
Opencore version : 0.7.7 (Latest)
SSD: Samsung Evo plus 970
Motherboard: Gigabyte z390 Arous...
I recently, by mistake, activated Firewall and Filevault on my hackintosh. It asked me to reboot, and when it did a prohibited sign showed up. Nothing I can do.
I'm not a hackintosh genious in any way, and the fact that I actually have had a very well working hackingtosh (mostly video...
Howzit - I'm running a Asustek Z97I-PLUS, i7-4770S @3.10GHz w/NVIDIA GeForce GTX680 & 16GB
The title says it all, I made a poor choice & have locked my self out.
Can interrogate disk via terminal, but cannot reverse filevault. owing to a particularly poor choice recording the recovery key.
Hello everyone, my video card does not support metal, and even more integrated graphics. I saw that gt240 started in mojave, but unfortunately I did not succeed. Installation reaches this screen, where actually it gives an error. How can I get around this? Waiting for any suggestions, thanks...
I enabled filevault not knowing what would happen. Im totally locked out of my hackintosh because when i get to the login screen, i cant type anything with my keyboard. my mouse still works tho. I am able to get into the recovery side of the mac but i noticed i have 4 volumes so every time i try...
I enabled FileVault without thinking and it is now stuck at 99.0% encrypted. I cannot log into the computer to allow it to finish and then turn it back off because booting to the FileVault Prebooter and typing in both the password or the Recovery Key result in the "incorrect password"...
powered up my build this morning, and was greeted with the strange display as shown in the attachment, with weird fringing effects and a resized Filevault Preboot. Once the password is entered, I consistently get the prohibited logo. I have tried using both the onboard graphics and EVGA...
recently I turned file vault on.
But I found it encrypts really slow!!!
I have been waiting for 1 day and it still says over 1 day remaining.
and the HDD speed was reduced from 200 MB/s to 20MB/s.
Is this a kinda issue?
Thanks for helping.
There is a well known guide to Hackintoshing and installing High Sierra on the x220 by McDonnellTech.
The only problem is that it doesn't allow for FileVault encryption of the hard disk. And for many encryption is a must.
The problem is revealed after following the guide and then encrypting...
I have updated to Mojave yesterday and after big frustration with clover problem update, I managed to boot no problem, but now I cannot boot, filevault starts, accepts my password, the bar finishes but it does not completes boot. Is there any solution?
I have enabled filevault and all was going well. I have 1 SSD with High Sierra, and 2 HDDs of 1 TB each (HDDs contain my backups as well).
I have enabled filevaut for all and it was in the procedure of encrypting everything. I tried to restart the system but it has been in process...
I have 5 disks including four SSDS and a 4TB HDD configured in a CoreStorage (Fusion drive) volume.
I have Filevault enabled also.
When I turn on my hackintosh, I am presented with the Filevault screen to select my user, enter my password and continue to decrypt and boot macOS. This...
The newest info I have is that about a year ago, someone had developed a WIP version of a kext that would allow USB keyboard input at the FileVault password entry screen for Hackintoshes with AMI UEFI, which is now 404 (see post here).
I haven't been able to find a new link, nor an updated...
So I was an idiot and enabled filevault without thinking to check if it would cause problems. I cannot boot as a result. Looking online it seemed that I could turn off the encryption on another partion or usb install disk, but when I try that the option I can unlock the disk but the disable...
I've just built my first hack last night : Asus Z97 + i7 4790k + Thunderbolt EX II + "OSXWifi" BT+Wifi + Nvidia GTX 750 + SSD + HDD
All was going relatively well (it just took me some time to install Windows to enable the Thunderbolt card, then after I installed the NVidia web...
Hello, I tried activating filevault on my hackintosh but then started getting boot errors on startup. I can boot into the os with my unibeast usb but not normally. I have uploaded a screenshot of the first error (several boot 0 messages) I was getting and then i followed this guide...
I'm considering coming back to OSX86 after a few years however one constraint for me is to have full disk encryption.
I currently use Filevault (2) on my MBP and am wondering if it works with OSX86 builds?
Thanks in advance.
I have a boot HD and a separate data HD.
What happens if I turn on FileVault located in the System Preferences?
Will only the data HD be encrypted but working correctly or will I mess up and loose data?
I have searched for this answer here but have found nothing on it.
Got a golden CustoMac Pro running with a 7200rpm SATA drive I had laying around. Build is based on the GA-Z87X-UD3H and the i7-4770K running 10.9.2. I know nothing about SSDs except that I want one, and Samsung EVO drives are...