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h81m-e33 sierra

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Motherboard
h81m e33
CPU
i3 4170
Graphics
hd4400
I am new at this, managed to get hackintosh up and running but with 3 issues:

1. I can only boot when USB with Clover is on (doesn't boot from Mac hdd)
2. I managed somehow to fix hd4400 (i3 4170) but I need to use Inject hd4400 every time I boot
3. None of the alternatives work for sound, guide from this forum, patch for ALC, voodoo...

For first two I probably missed some detail I guess but it is the 3rd time I am reinstalling with same problems. For 3rd I have no idea at all what to do.

Configuration is:
i3 4170
h81m e33 (using integrated graphic card) and Realtek 887 sound
8gb ddr3 ram
Adata SSD

Thank you in advance!
 

P1LGRIM

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Lenovo ThinkStation p300 ⌘
CPU
i7-4790K
Graphics
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Mobile Phone
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The Rules said:
Profiles need to contain at least your primary system to assist others with helping you
 
Joined
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Motherboard
h81m e33
CPU
i3 4170
Graphics
hd4400
sry, just update it, and it is also in the post
 

P1LGRIM

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Motherboard
Lenovo ThinkStation p300 ⌘
CPU
i7-4790K
Graphics
HD 4600
Mac
MacBook Pro, Mac mini
Classic Mac
Power Mac
Mobile Phone
iOS
sry, just update it, and it is also in the post
The rules don't say put it anywhere you like, they say to put it in your profile.

If you can boot ok from the USB flash drive but not from the SSD :

Boot from your USB and when you get to the desktop download and run EFI Mounter and mount the EFI partition of your USB.
Copy the entire /EFI folder from the EFI partition of your USB to the desktop.
Eject the USB.
Run EFI Mounter again and mount the EFI partition of your SSD.
Delete the entire /EFI folder from the EFI partition of your SSD.
Copy the /EFI folder from your desktop to the EFI partition of your SSD.
Restart
You should now be able to boot from your SSD in the same way that you could previously boot from your USB.
 
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