Hi, I'm a newbie but I've spent all of the last two days scouring the forums and doing various tests to try to figure this out. I currently have OS Sierra 10.12.6 and I'm seeking to upgrade to the latest Catalina using the main instructions...
There some PCs that have troubles with the VT-x and VT-d technology in macOS, and the only solution that probably you find is use the dart=0 arg to boot the OS. But we lose the posibility to use the intel hardware virtualization in our PC. When we don't use this fix we see a message saying...
Hi, i recently installed Unibeast into a flash drive, i just forgot to get Multibeast onto it, as of this moment, I can't boot to the bootloader, can it be from the flashdrive not having multibeast on it or something else??
Asus Gryphon Z87
AMD R9 280
32 GB Corsair Value Select 1333...
Most skylake guides ask to disable VT-d in Bios.
I want to build a monster Skylake to be able to run many VMs, and run the Android Studio Emulator (which also needs VT-d)
Will that be possible?
I have 2 All-in-One computers. There're Dell and MSI.
Two of them can't disable VT-D
The BIOS is locked down. So, I can't disable it.
I tried to use "dart=0", it still not working.:banghead::banghead::banghead:
The MSI got "[IOBluetoothHCIController][start] -- completed " and freeze.
I was wondering if you could help me understand something: I've been trying to read up on Hackintoshes since I'm curious about making one myself. I currently have an iMac of 2012 (the first Flat iMacs without a Superdrive), but I want something beefier :)
The thing is...
So I did something(s) stupid:
I had VT-d enabled, Parallels was working fine in 64 bit mode all under Mountain Lion. That was not this stupid part, the stupid part comes in 2 stages. First I got it working and did not document how I got it working (Stupid 1) then I upgraded to Mavericks and now...
Intel Core i7-4770K
SATA 6Gb/s 1TB HDD
32GB 1600 MHz DDR3
TP-Link PCI Express
Corsair Carbide 500R
Corsair 650 Watt Modular
VT-D is enabled (grayed out), so I couldn't disable it. I'm not sure if that has anything to do with my issues.
I have no...
Someone suggested me to disable VT-D in my BIOS to fix my hackintosh issue. That particular option is greyed out in my BIOS. Any suggestions on how I should disable it in this case?
MB - GA-Z87M-D3H BIOS F8
Processor - Intel Code i7-4770K
Graphics - ASUS GT640 2GB DDR3
I couple of weeks ago I successfully installed the latest version of Mountain Lion on my computer but in order to do so I had to disable the VT-d which I was ok but now I need to start my VM running Windows 7 64 bit to do some debugging on IE the problem is that it needs VT-d in order...
I'm planning my first Hackintosh. Willing to settle upon a CPU, I quickly checked through Wikipedia:
List of Intel Core i5 microprocessors
There is i5 3570K. I want a...
At first I would like to thank you for your possible comments and/or help with my build.
So I would like to build a computer with this use in mind:
_ 50% of the time on Mac for internet, lightroom and normal work ...
_ 30% of the time for some virtualizations tests with vmware, ovirt...
I have a gigabyte GA-Z68A-D3H-B3 MB with UEFI installed and a Gigabyte 550ti video card. For the first year with this board I was only able to run the video card in the x8 slot because every time I put it in the x16 the computer would crash when using accelerated graphics. This happend in...
First here are / were my hackintosh config :
9600GSO > 9600GT > 8400GS > HD 4850
With UniBeast I got ML running smoothly but NOT perfectly. Random kernel panic happens approximately once a week with 10.8/10.8.1. After updated to 10.8.2 it got...
*SOLVED* 10.8.2 only works with VT-d disabled
To be able to run 10.8.2 with VT-d enabled, /System/Library/Extensions/AppleACPIPlatform.kext has to be replaced with the 10.8.1-version.
So just grab the kext from your backup and enjoy!