Hello, I have been trying to install El Capitan on my old Hackingtosh, I can get after installation, but nothing works, I dont have internet because it doestn recognize the ethernet port, no video card driver working Nvidia GT 520, could any one help me?
I was wondering about whether I could make this fly at all (especially because of the old CPUs and chipset - 2 4 core 3.16ghz CPU's and a lot of cache or not there's a lot of features they just do not have!) and I did a lot of searching here and on other sites.. came up with a bunch of people...
I've thinking of making a hackintosh with my old PC. Before you say anything, I've used some distros of linux, and I just want to experience the Apple Eco-system (I don't want to buy one of their product, I'm not that committed)
CPU: Intel Pentium E5700
Little Bit of Dated hardware but so far I can't complain. Going from a MacBook Pro 2008 to this has been needed. Don't have much money to spend on a new mac and I spent About 200 for this. Here are my specs.
Asus P5QL Motherboard
EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
8 Gb Corsair DDR2 Ram
I need to install Sierra on an old EP35-DS4 mainboard. OS X 10.85 is already running fine.
I'm using an Nvidia 8800 GTS, 8 gigabytes of ram and an SSD as HD.
I started with the default 14,1 model and then changed SMBIOS to a 10,2 dual core model in clover.
- I'm using Unibeast 7.01...
I really want to make a hackintosh of my old grandma's system.
AMD Semphron 3400+ 1,8 Ghz
1 GB DDR2 ram
Nvidia Geforce Nforce 405
160 GB HDD
If you have suggestions what i should upgrade to make this work. I would like to hear! I live in holland so you know with the shipping...
I have this old Desktop that no one use, its just setting there collecting dust, so i thought i could start a small project of installing a macOS on it. I want to ask if the parts in it works.
(spoiler: very old parts) parts:
intel FW82801BA motherboard.
intel pentium 4 sl57v 1.7GHZ
macOS Sierra on my laptop doesn't have the translucent dock or notification center like other devices. It's probably because of the older hardware.
Is there any way I can enable translucency?
(1: current dock, 2: expected dock)
Hi everyone, I'm a beginner to all things Hackintosh and computer building in general. I recently purchased a cheap motherboard to use as a homemade NAS running Snow Leopard. Here's the link to the model:
It's an Intel 945GME Chipset with an Intel Celeron...
First post and newbie here :)
Built my first custom build which i plan to have as a hackintosh running Linux in a VM.
I currently have an old iMac G5 from late 2006 i think and i'm trying to get Mountain Lion so i can create the bootable USB etc etc HOWEVER my mac is so old that i get...
Here are some pictures of my first G5 Hackintosh. I did not buy any kit and made the tray out of an old pc case.
It was my first try to build something like that, but definitly not the last :lol:
It runs Mountain Lion very flawlessly :geek:
I used my old hardware for that project...