So I have two separate drives for Windows and OS X, Windows on the 950 pro, and OS X on my Samsung 840 EVO. Before I purchased my 950 pro, everything worked fine, but now with my m.2 drive in my mobo, I cant get into either my OS X hard drive, OR a bootable USB drive with Unibeast installed...
I wanted to share how I was able to get my Z77 system (Gigabyte GA‑Z77X‑UP5 TH motherboard) to successfully boot off of a Samsung 950 Pro NVMe SSD using a PCI Express adapter. I know there are several others using this same motherboard for their builds, so hopefully someone will find this...
I'm new to the tonymacx86 fourms so if this is in the wrong spot I apologize.
i7 6700k (Using the IGPU)
z170x ud5 th (Motherboard)
Samsung nvme 950 m.2 512gb (Working installed ketxs from RehabMan)
No bluetooth or wifi card yet
Vengeance LPX dual channel 32gb (RAM)
OSX on NVMe drive is not stable enough, xcode simulator crashes.
I have two SSDs, one NVMe, one AHCI.
Can I put OSX on the AHCI and Windows on the NVMe?
Question is really about the bootloader. If I don't give clover the NVMe kext, I'm guessing it won't be able to boot the windows drive...
Hello everyone, I currently just built my first set up. The hardware installation was awesome. It's the software installation that's killing me. I've been at it for 7 hours straight.
I'm trying to boot from my Samsung 950 pro m.2 drive and keep running into problems after problems.
I am completely new to building my own PC. A beginner to Hackintosh and a white belt to software installation. After hours of struggling to get past the frozen Apple logo on the installation process, I ran into another ordeal.
I recently purchased a Samsung 950 Pro M.2 (512g) after...
I have a tricky question when I boot, appears as shown below error message. My hard drive is NVMe Samsung SM951 SSD. I've removed the DSDT and SSDT. As can be seen from the error message should be NVMeGeneric. kext driver issue, but I do not know how to solve this problem. Clover is currently...
I built a really cute but powerful system in a In-Win 901 Mini-ITX case. Thermal situation remains to be seen. NVMe drive gets rather hot (40-50), there is no fan nearby. And maybe later I will add a graphics card, this for sure will challenge the whole cooling system.
I'm new here in every sense.
Trying to install El Capitan (latest release) onto the following hardware:
Bootable USB: SanDisk Cruzer CZ36 16GB USB 2.0 (SDCZ36-016G-AFFP)
Motherboard: ASUS Z97-E LGA 1150 USB 3.0
CPU: Core i7-4790
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 32GB (4 x 8GB)
Just downloaded and tested the brilliant new driver for NVME m.2 x 4 PCIe from MacVidCards.com Checkit it out!
Here's their FAQ
Q: Is this a signed driver?
Q: What version of OS X does this driver support?
I've found high speed storage solution available as PCIe x16 card with Samsung SM951 memory.