AsRock Z77 Pro4 - Will it work?

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  1. substage

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    Dec 8, 2016 at 12:45 PM #11
    substage

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    Someone could tell me if this board is still supported for the sierra and previous osx
     
  2. Going Bald

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    Dec 9, 2016 at 11:25 AM #12
    Going Bald

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    Yes, it will work. The only problem you may run into is locked MSR in the BIOS. Use Clover boot loader and the locked MSR patch to overcome this.
     
  3. AndyMacx64

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    Sep 4, 2017 at 10:39 AM #13
    AndyMacx64

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    Guys, I'm really desperate...
    I got my hackintosh running for years (first under Mountain Lion, Maverick, Yosemite and last El Capitan). Now I bought a new SSD (500GB) and wanted to install macOS Sierra. And nothing works:
    I installed Sierra via UniBeast. But the Post-Installation with MultiBeast doesn't work:
    - I cannot start the EFI Boot from SSD. There are two Mac OS Entries in the Bootloader
    - So I always start it from USB
    - No Sound, even though I checked the Realtek ALC892 kext in Multibeast
    - I cannot enable my graphics card (Gigabyte GTX 750Ti). I installed the nVidia web driver and checked the Nvidia Webdriver Bootflag in Multibeast. The graphics card is not detected in the nVidia Webdriver.
    - If I enable the PCI graphic card in the BIOS it results in a kernel panic while booting.

    I had the same issue with not getting into the Clover UEFI while the installation of El Capitan, i fixed it with a roundabout with a Linux distribution and some programming. I wish I could fix it with Clover or something else this time.

    my mainboard: ASRock Z77 Pro4
    my processor: Intel i7 3770
    my graphic card: Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti, 4GB

    I tried it now for a week to get it back running. All the forum searches didn't work out. So this is my first post, in hope you guys can help me :)

    Cheers,
    Andy
     
  4. P1LGRIM

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    Sep 4, 2017 at 10:42 AM #14
    P1LGRIM

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    Your post is off topic in a Mountain Lion thread.
    Suggest you start a new thread of your own in Sierra Desktop Support.
     

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