So I've successfully built my rig and installed Mac os
Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Pro Wifi
Intel Core i7 9700k
Ballistix Sport 32gb
Samsung evo 500gb nv
Sapphire Radeon RX 580 Pulse
The thing is that I got it running perfectly, even performed some heavy video renderings with no...
I've been tinkering with my newest hardware and I'm running into an issue whenever I attempt to enable the IGPU in BIOS.
I installed Catalina successfully using the createinstallmedia, and manual Clover installation method, created a USB 15-port SSDT appropriate for my setup, and am...
I am getting quite mad since sometimes (let's say 10-15% of boot attempts) I get this message, that stops my new hackintosh from booting:
Error allocating 0x* pages at (...)
Couldn't allocate runtime area
I also attach a screenshot showing which drivers64 and kext I have in the EFI folder.
I sure saw numerous threads about this kind of troubles but none seems to give me the right answers for my case, so I'd like to give a try by myself to see if you can help me think through this.
> install process for Mojave via Unibeast 9.0.0 worked perfectly but got...
OK, I admit it.
I updated my stable High Sierra install to Mojave but forgot to update Clover before the update...
So that´s a bummer.
I DO have a full clone of my High Sierra drive, but I REALLY don´t want to go the "easy" way. :-)
Now I can´t even seem to get it started with the USB stick...
this is my first post on the forums - I was always able to figure things out myself but now I'm stuck with a small annoying problem.
Basically I have a perfectly working htosh but every time I boot from clover with my RODE NT-USB Microphone plugged in, I get an Error (shown in...
Couldnt allocate Runtime Area by Canyon posted Aug 31, 2017 at 6:34 PMHey Guys,
My PC :
Intel i7 7700k
MSI B250 Mortar
i finally installed Sierra on my Pc and now i'm getting the following Error(Picture) after Clover boot Mac Os. Sometimes when i reboot my Pc a few times it...
Hey guys, I've come across a tough issue. I followed this guide and came across an issue while launching the OS X installation via clover, shown in the picture provided. Please consider that I've already tried using "dart=0" in the boot flags option, booting in safe mode, tried all of the...