Hey guys, how are you? I'm not very good with English so I'm writing this through google translator.
I've been trying to make a hackintosh work perfectly on my Dell inspiron 5548 from 2015, follow the specs, and some photos that are useful, if you need more.
16 gb RAM
1 TB HD
Hello everyone.. first things first..
Dell Inspiron 3668 mini tower
Kaby Lake i7 7700
Ram 32 GB
GPU Radeon RX 580
1 TB SSD
Ethernet on board Realtek
WiFi / Bluetooth : M.2 WLAN BCM94360NG macOS compatible.
1 TB SATA SSD
Downloaded official MacOS Bigsur and crated boot up usb drive...
I've recently installed MacOS Mojave on a stock 3670. I wanted to do this all on my own, but I'm about at my wit's end. I can't for the life of me get the integrated graphics to work properly, I've tried most every fix I could find, but I guess I'm still missing something as the graphics are...
Hi, I bought a notebook. But I couldn't find any config file because it's the new generation notebook.
I'm sharing my AIDA64 report. How do I use a config file? Is possible?
Is my laptop compatible for Hackintosh?
Notebook name: Dell Inspiron 3593 (1035G1)
I have updated to macOS Catalina 10.15.1 successfully but it takes more than a minute to boot to the system.
Checking the output of the boot process the line
AGDCC: Unauthorized client 'PerfPowerService'...
I installed Mojave 10.14.1 on my laptop "Dell Inspiron 5567" with these configurations:
Processor: Intel Core i7-7500U
Graphics card: Intel HD Graphics 620 / AMD Radeon R7 M445
It works almost everything, except the graphic acceleration.
I then tried to follow several guides but none...
Finally I got a time to try 'fresh' install on my laptop and it seems like everything works well.
Only few difference between High Sierra installation. So the general information like spec, note before install, etc, please follow my installation guide for High Sierra from here.
I tried installing the High Sierra on my Dell 1564, and it always stops on the screen of the forbidden symbol with the message "Still waiting the root device".
I tried without any bootflag and also with some that I found here on the site, and continues the same message.
Can someone help me?
I bought the WiFi M.2 card (14e4:43a3) mentioned in the title thinking it would work well with OS X based on toleda's guide (https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/broadcom-wifi-bluetooth-guide.242423/). I have been trying to get it to work for a couple hours now but couldn't. Maybe you guys have a...
I have just installed macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 on my Dell Inspiron 5559. While I am waitng for WiFi chipset, I am wondering can I use the laptop's bluetooth (which is obviously working) to connect to my iPhone which is connected to my home WiFi and then use internet on my Hackintosh...
I'm planning to buy a new laptop and setting it up as a Hackintosh that could dual boot with windows on the same HDD.
Which laptop will easier to make that project happen?
If they have the same difficulty level, which one would you recommend.
Will one of them need an external WiFi adapter?
This is my third hackintosh I've "built" and I've never struggled this much. I've used search to the extreme and read as many threads as I could. I've used all sorts of flags, changed USB's, Virtualisation on/off, Reinstalled Clover over 20 times and tried every possible method of...
A Simple Dell Inspiron 15 7567 Hackintoshing Guide
Hey guys! Welcome to my (first!) guide on how to get near-full functionality out of macOS High Sierra on the Dell Inspiron 15 7567! Now your laptop specs may vary slightly, but this guide should work for most of the laptops in this...
Hello everyone. I was hoping someone could help me get the actual installer to load. Clover pops up when I put the USB in and when I pick "Install macOS High Sierra from..." the Apple logo pops up with the loading indicator under it implying it will load the installer, but after about 2 seconds...
Tried installing Sierra 10.12.6 on my Dell Inspiron 7447. From what I see, Wi-Fi (on an Intel Wireless AC 3180 card) and Audio (WavesMaxx Pro) is not working.
Here are other details on the specs:
Processor: Intel Core i7 4710HQ 2.5GHz Quad-Core, 6MB Cache, Turbo Boost up to 3.5GHz...
I've been attempting to patch AppleHDA for the past few days to get my nonexistant audio on my Dell Inspiron 13 5378 to work but to no avail. I have used the AppleHDA Patcher and, after installing the dummyHDA.kext and the codeccommander.kext to my s/l/e , I am getting a kernel panic...
I'm currently trying to install macOS Sierra on my laptop.
Following Rehab's clover guide led me to a successful installation with the following things working
Usb ports (including USB-C and the possibility to use dell's dongle to use ethernet and replace wifi until I can get a broadcom...