- May 15, 2016
- GIGABYTE Z170M D3H
- RX 480
Yes, copy it over and then add 3 random capitol letters. I read it somewhere and have had no problems. There may also be an issue with the new 2 part or double security verification they are using now.Er, Just a quick one. I've done loads of reading about serials... Structure length etc. More confusion and lots of conflict.
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Clover produces an 11 char's serial. I thought modern serials were 12 Char's? Also MLB was supposed to be 17 char's. Do you mean to copy the generated clover Mac serial and insert it in Rt Variables (for MLB) and then add 3 random capital characters? Sorry to be so dumb. : )
Suggest you change boot loader from Chimera to Clover to make things easier. Then use Clover Configurator to change the system definition.Hi!
I plan on updating to Sierra, from ML 10.8.3, with a fresh install.
I get a little confused by reading the posts on here.
Running 10.8.3, Appstore doesn't let me download Sierra. I get I need 14.2 as sysdef. Multibeast for ML doesn't have that option.
Can I run a more recent version of Multibeast to change sysdef to 14.2?
Also, can I run Sierra on my Intel 3770k ? Which sysdef should I use?
Thank you all!
Hi Tonymac. Thanks for the information. Are there any patches in Multibeast to get a Super Micro x9Dai motherboard's hardware to be seen with 2 six core XEON E5 processors?
In order to test your system definition, navigate to the upper left corner and choose About This Mac. A window will open showing the booted system definition. If this shows Mac Pro (2008) or Mac Pro (2009) you will need to change your system definition before installing macOS Sierra. In fact, you will not be able to download macOS Sierra until you change it.
This is a pain for real Mac Pros, as they now have to trick the OS into supporting their platform. However for CustoMacs, changing your system definition is very simple.
1. Get the latest version of MultiBeast for El Capitan
2. Choose Customise > System Definitions > iMac > iMac14,2
3. Choose Build > Install
4. Reboot system
Hope this helps!
I've got a dual Xeon (Sandy Bridge-EP) build, so hopefully I can help out?Hi Tonymac. Thanks for the information. Are there any patches in Multibeast to get a Super Micro x9Dai motherboard's hardware to be seen with 2 six core XEON E5 processors?
I have 32 gb RAM installed, USB 2 & 3 working, and an Nvidia card (GT 740) all that works in Mavericks but not El Capitan or Sierra. I was even able to get the sound working in Mavericks. Past Yosemite the machine can't see the RAM (seeing only half), the USB, and the sound. But in my Mavericks partition all the hardware is seen, and I was able to use a system definition closer to my hardware that is a MacPro 6,1 in Mavericks. I don't mind the iMac definition, but would need the machine to see the CPU type and core count of 2x6 XEON, get the USB to work and the sound to work with all the memory to be seen. Can Unibeast fix any of these problems? Thank You, Nick