I'm a beginner in this world, i'd like to install Mac OS on my computer but I don't know if it is compatible with the procedure.
I have a MSI H110M Pro-D, i7-770, Zotac GTX 1050, Ballistix Sport 8gb 2600Mhz.
I know that my CPU is compatible with the procedure, but I don't know if the MOBO...
After updating the latest version of Win10, when selecting the Win10 entry in clover 4722, the problem is that one of every two times the windows boot failed, leaving the black screen and after waiting the system restarted itself, after the auto-reboot could already be entered into Win10, and...
After much consideration I've decided that I want to move to a Hackintosh for my main computer, however I just wanted make sure that the parts seem compatible and that my interface along with my DAWs and plugins will also be compatible and any snags I should expect to see.
I would like to know how to install Windows 10 on an iMac with Mojave installed.
I have tried both Boot Camp and partitioning in Disk Utility and installing from usb.
Nothing works. My iMac used to be formatted to the APFS file system. Now it's formatted to Mac OS Extended (Journaled) (HFS+)...
Hey Hackintoshers!! New to the forums, so forgive me if this isn’t the right sub to post in, but I’m running into some issues with my new dual boot:
I just installed MacOS on a new hard drive in my existing PC with Win10 on it. However, after installing drivers on the Mac side of things, my PC...
I have a Hackintosh. High Sierra.
I used Boot Camp to load up my USB's with the latest WIN10.ISO download as well. Chose to boot upon my secondary SSD.
The installation of Windows has gotten as far as selecting the SSD and it's about to install (setup), yet it gives me an error message saying...
1 HIGH SIERRA SSD
1 WINDOWS 10 HDD
Booting via USB installation drive clover, I can boot any hdd.
BUT from clover installed on hiGH Sierra SSD there is no boot from windows efi entry available.
The clover in usb shows all entries. Including boot from EFI, which works and boots into the windows...
I am trying to install Win7 on my laptop (currently with win10). I made a password reset disk with Rufus. But the computer failed booting from it, says can't find a bootable device.
The win 7 iso file is downloaded from microsoft website.
I currently have installed 2 disks in my notebook, an M.2 SSD and a SATA 1TB HDD (Asus Zenbook, listed in descrition) and I have succesfully managed to tripleboot macOS High Sierra, Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
Everything runs smoothly, I even changed the included Intel WiFi+Bt card for one...
I've tried pretty much anything but i can't get it to work.
Trying to create a new bootcamp virtual machine that uses my windows disk will result in vmware complaining that windows wasn't shutted down properly (even tho it was)
Trying to attach my hard disk directly to vmware as indicated here...
I just encountered a strange Error, that bugged me yesterday. The back story:
My initial plan was to update my existing Hackintosh (Triple Boot with Ubuntu, Windows 10 and El Capitan) to High Sierra. I had several minor errors while updating, but in the end my Hackintosh was stable and running...
PC Spec -
i7 7700K CPU
Asus Strix Z270E Motherboard
Corsair 16GB LPX Ram
Crucial MX300 525GB Internal SSD
Asus GTX Strix 1080 A8G GPU
Hopefully I'm posting this in the right section but I wanted to ask if it was possibly to install Sierra OS on a PC that is currently running...
My question is very clear indeed I wanted to know if it was possible in a computer to install two ssd one with mac os high sierra and one with windows 10 is at the start choose which one to start.
If you can you can link me a guide on how to do it.
The story seems stupid but it is the truth, lol. I can't remember the login password as no login in the past 2 moths. It mainly act as backup server. The weird thing is that I tried two password recovery programs but it didn't work. Does this has something to do with UEFI boot?
I've been successfully running a purchased Hackintosh for the past few years.
Now it's updated to High Sierra and all of a sudden the motherboard (I assume) doesn't want to boot anything Windows related, HDD or USB.
Tried setting the bootdisk priority to the Windows drive, the Windows...
So my ethernet connection doesn't work in High Sierra and my wifi card https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA02D6K31171 doesn't work in Windows 10 Pro.... Need some help on this one team.
MY NEW BUILD PC NEED TO BE WITH WINDOWS 10 AND OSX
THE MAIN SYSTEM I NEED IS WINDOWS (GAMING) AND THE SECOND IS OSX (final cut)
WHAT THE BEST WAY TO MAKE IT? ITS NEED TO BE ALWAYS CHANGE FROM BIOS THE FIRSY BOOT HARD DRIVE?
I WANT TO PUT 2 SSD DRIVES AND REGULAR HARD DRIVE FOR DATA...
I posted this topic in the hardware troubleshooting thread and it was removed for some reason. Let me know if there is something I'm missing here. This may be a redundant question but I'm having trouble finding a general answer as what to expect from building a hackintosh.
Hi all, I recently UEFI installed Win 10 on my Hackintosh desktop on a separate drive to my Sierra install following this guide: https://pastebin.com/DxEufkVp
I could boot into both OS's from my mobo boot menu by pressing F8 at startup. It was all working great for a few days, but then suddenly...