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Quick guide to configuring the UEFI on Gigabyte's 7-series LGA-1155 motherboards

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For some reason, after loading the optimized defaults and changing the settings above, I can no longer see any USB drives in my boot order. I'm using the standard build from the June 2013 CustoMac Pro - the Z-77-UD5H. Has this happened to anyone else?
 
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I have the Z77UD5H and i7-3770 CPU (no graphics card) and am having issues shutting down the system. It never fully shuts down till I keep the button pressed for 5 Mins. Sleep also gets stuck and I have to physically press the button and restart.

I followed Tonys guide to the T and after initial Unibest installation shutdown etc worked well, however after I performed the multibeast steps it doesnt.

I have tried the following in Multibeast, can someone please help:



Change PCIRootUID=0 to Kernel Flags in /Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist


Graphics Mode = "1920x1080x64" in/Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist.




UserDSDT or DSDT-Free Installation
ALC 898

Intel - Hnak's AppleIntelE1000e

Shutdown sleep did not work, so:








evoreboot
nullcpuPowerManagement
FakeSMC Plugins




3rd Party SATA

10.8.3+ TRIM Patch






Atheros - Shailua's ALXEthernet






Still no luck with full shutdown -
Patched AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement



removed evo reboot

I have also tried with and without the USB3 patch

Please help!


 
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Article: Quick guide to configuring the UEFI on Gigabyte's 7-series LGA-1155 motherboards

For some reason, after loading the optimized defaults and changing the settings above, I can no longer see any USB drives in my boot order. I'm using the standard build from the June 2013 CustoMac Pro - the Z-77-UD5H. Has this happened to anyone else?

This happened to me as well with Gigabye Z77-WIFI. To solve the issue I'd swap the usb drive to another USB 2.0 slot, reboot and it would show in bios. This occurred a few times till I got everything working post install of the initial OS 10.4.8. My system boots fine now.
 
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Article: Quick guide to configuring the UEFI on Gigabyte's 7-series LGA-1155 motherboards

I just wondered, has anyone using this board managed to get a Apple Wireless Keyboard to work with BIOS or Bootloader. I have tried and failed so many times...

Nothing happens until OSX has loaded, and then all is well.

S

I haven't been able to. I have a usb bluetooth dongle and my bluetooth mouse works just fine in the bios.
 
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I followed this list of settings for the BIOS but upon booting from the 10.8.4 install I get an apple logo and a spinning progress wheel forever. No boot... I have a GA Z77-DS3H Mobo, Intel i5-3570K quad core (Graphics 4000). I have installed 10.8.4 on an Agility 128GB SSD using a Unibeast USB drive. Ive been following LifeHackers Hackintosh guide here: http://lifehacker.com/the-always-up-to-date-guide-to-building-a-hackintosh-o-5841604#install

Does anyone have ideas on what I may be doing wrong? This is a first-time hackintosh build for me.

Thanks
 
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Article: Quick guide to configuring the UEFI on Gigabyte's 7-series LGA-1155 motherboards

hello good evening
my name is Latin'm cotrini albeiro please excuse me for my English I'm using google,
2 months ago I'm following the installation guide for a mac pro atx with
my board gigabyte Z77X UD5H, 8 gb of corsair ram, intel i7 3770K processor, power supply 650 hard disk sata hdd, sata dvd drive.
I set the bios sata ports on a million occasions to find documents on the internet and here comes my problem


montain'm installing from a usb lion 10.8
usb to charge the ivy bridge use iboot
but none of this works I always get the apple on the white screen after a second computer restarts without producing any installation
at other times the screen is frozen with the same apple and white screen, I read somewhere that it's because I'm not using video accelerator card, but in the tonymac guide says it is optional because of my little budget that here I do not get the parts only through third I get a pretty penny decided not to use accelerator card


someone can tell me I'm doing wrong


thank you very much for the attention
 
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Article: Quick guide to configuring the UEFI on Gigabyte's 7-series LGA-1155 motherboards

Do you have 2*4 or Only RAM Modul ? Try Installation with 4gb RAM only. You can use the flag maxmem=4096
best

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Article: Quick guide to configuring the UEFI on Gigabyte's 7-series LGA-1155 motherboards

Take a look at: http://tonymacx86.blogspot.com/2012/01/hackintosh-basics-kernel-panics-boot.html

Type: -v -x at the Chimera screen during boot to get the verbose startup and "safe" boot.

When you get to the Chimera screen, just touch the space bar, then type in your -v -x etc. You only have a couple of seconds to do that, so stay alert.
 
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Article: Quick guide to configuring the UEFI on Gigabyte's 7-series LGA-1155 motherboards

I followed this list of settings for the BIOS but upon booting from the 10.8.4 install I get an apple logo and a spinning progress wheel forever. No boot... I have a GA Z77-DS3H Mobo, Intel i5-3570K quad core (Graphics 4000). I have installed 10.8.4 on an Agility 128GB SSD using a Unibeast USB drive. Ive been following LifeHackers Hackintosh guide here: http://lifehacker.com/the-always-up-to-date-guide-to-building-a-hackintosh-o-5841604#install

Does anyone have ideas on what I may be doing wrong? This is a first-time hackintosh build for me.

Thanks


I had the same problem. The first time you boot, you have to use the -x option so that it will boot, then run multibeast.
 
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