Discussion in 'Golden Builds' started by Stork, Jul 6, 2014.
I installed the drivers but they didn't work. Thanks. I'll take a look at around.
Try it again. For some strange reason, which we can't track down, you may have to install the audio drivers twice with MultiBeast. Run MultiBeast and just select the audio kext.
Are you getting outputs in System Preferences? Ive enabled mine via CodecCommander as i wanted audio after sleep. Never tried Audio in Multibeast.
while my settings look different then yours, I was able to use this to help me. THANKS!!
Updated to macOS Sierra 10.12.1. New Nvidia web drivers needed > NVIDIA Releases Alternate Graphics Drivers for macOS Sierra 10.12.1 (3220.127.116.11). For those of about to ask, no Pascal support in these 10.12.1 drivers.
I'm completely new to "hackintosh world" but i got small Pc and I wonder can I change it to mac
Mobo: Gigabyte H97N-Wifi
CPU: Intel i3-4130T
GPU:Intel HD 4400
RAM: Kingston Hyper X Fury 4GB 1600 ddr3
SSD: Kingston SV300-S37A - 120G
Can I do anything wit this spec or should I sell it and buy new parts ??
Please any suggestion ?
I really like my "Hector" build and use it daily. If your system is running fine with Windoze, it should be fine as a Hackintosh. Give it a try.
Stork: Can You tell please what should I do?? Do I need buy additional parts and how I can install Mac os Sierra on this pc ??
Should I buy this : http://www.ebay.de/itm/Apple-Broadc...076193?hash=item2caf727a21:g:9S4AAOSwUxNXh18R
If you want wireless, you have to take out your Gigabyte Intel WiFi/BT and replace it with a WiFi/BT card as you linked to above. Note: you will need an adapter card like I used.
You'll need to have access to a Mac or a friends Mac to create an account in Apple's Mac App Store and, then, download Sierra. Then, run UniBeast per the tonymacx86's guide UniBeast: Install macOS Sierra on Any Supported Intel-based PC on that Mac. (Read for understanding the whole guide.)
To install Sierra, I would use my El Capitan guide in my signature guide as nothing as really changed. Make sure to use UniBeast v7.0.1 for Sierra and MultiBeast v9.0.1 for Sierra, not the El Capitan versions. Since you don't have a graphics card, I recommend using the System Definition of iMac 14,1, not 14,2. When you're in MultiBeast, choose
Customize > System Definitions > iMac > iMac14,1
Separate names with a comma.