- Mar 19, 2014
- HP 655581-001 yep, that's the real ref of the MB, sorry
- Xeon E3-1235
- HD 5870
- Mobile Phone
It would not fit in the HP Z220 CMT chassis. completely proprietary.820-2337-A is from a real mac?
not sure why you are having so much trouble here....yup. that's my main machine, an old one but reliable, especially when you use ProTools HD gear... (i've tried on hackintoshes, let's say it's not a good idea (-: )
P4000 graphics are not reliable enough to use for a hackintosh. They were never officially supported by Apple. Many have tried to use them in their hacks and the results were always rather lackluster, not good enough for even general usage.Xeon E3-1225v2
16 GB DDR3 1600 Mhz
Intel graphic P4000
not sure why you are having so much trouble here....
hardware profile is for your hackintosh, not some old random mac.....
working nevertheless with UniBeast, on Mojave, OOB... maybe it's because the Xeon 1225v2 was labelled as i7 after using Unibeast ? Dunno... anyway, I got Mojave working, without glitches, using Unibeast, with E3-1225v2 (and so, P4000)... I can make a video if you want.Unsupported in Mojave / Catalina.
The first post shows correct BIOS settings.
If you are unable to make the same settings perhaps you have a different BIOS version than the OP.
I need to understand why none of my three HD SATA (7200 rpm, mSata using a converter and a 400Gb Crucial), which are displayed by the BIOS, can't be seen in macOS Mojave after boot... something with a setting in the BIOS, but I double-checkec and it's the setting as said in the first post of this topic.