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Hackintosh Sierra on Asus B150M-Plus D3

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Hello, somewhat new to Hackintosh but was able to successfully build a Sierra box with parts listed on a site. I am trying a new build, with an Asus B150M-Plus D3 (Using the onboard video, Intel HD 510), 4GB Gskill DDR1600 RAM (Ordered 16GB, on the way), 128GB SSD and Intel Pentium G4400 Skylake Dual-Core 3.3 GHz. I am getting a kernel panic. (Too fast to read what it is bitching about). I used unibeast 7.1.1 with defaults options for UEFI Boot, (Same as other build that works), I did download the latest Sierra today, that is only difference other than the hardware.

On the MOBO I have done;


LOADED OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS
DISABLED VIRTUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY
DISABLED CFG-LCK
DISABLED SECURE BOOT
SET TO OTHER OS
ENABLED XHCI HANDOFF
DISABLED COM PORT
SET TO UEFI BOOT


If anyone can offer any advice, would be much appreciated. I am new to this so, please respond like you are talking to a child please lol.

 

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Your G4400 processor is not supported, you must use a FakeCpuID in your config.plist.
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Motherboard
Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3P
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i5-6500
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HD 530
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  1. iMac
  2. MacBook
  3. MacBook Pro
  4. Mac mini
  5. Mac Pro
Mobile Phone
  1. Android
I saw that.... ty.... where is the config.plist on my installation drive? I cannot find it? Or do I create a new on and if so, where would I save it?
 

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Mobile Phone
  1. iOS
There are many guides to help you - Basics.
 
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