- May 23, 2014
- ASUS Maximus VI Formula
- GTX 1070
- Mobile Phone
Might be a stupid response, but did you try booting with
I still get the message that I have to contact Apple. Also did the whole procedure before creating a new Apple-ID.
So after about a week, I finally have iMessage working! Woo Hoo!
So the brief answer after having gone over and over and over the guide, it turned out that my system drive was NOT /dev/disk0! When I installed my new drive, I connected it to the second Sata 3 port. This meant that in the system saw it as /dev/disk1 as opposed to the original drives assignment of /dev/disk0. I disconnected the other drive, booted, the system configured the drive as /dev/disk0 and I now have iMessage after going through the whole guide yet again!
PS, I just wanted to say thank you for all of your hard work Jay.
I followed the guide but if i paste the filenvram in the folder modules and restart my PC it don't boot.
Have anyone an idea what i can do?