Discussion in 'Sierra Desktop Guides' started by tonymacx86, Sep 29, 2016.
how to download the "Sierra"?
@Ofm1990, please update your profile (personal details) with your Motherboard or Make/Model, CPU and Graphics Card.
[How-to] Download Sierra 10.12.6 installer using Mac App Store command line interface
Thx! I updated, could you help me?
This is not a help thread. Please open a thread in the Sierra Desktop Support forum section.
I did a Time Machine restore back to Sierra. I'm booted but MultiBeast won't sign in, and, when I put in my Apple ID to sign into App Store or iTunes, it doesn't give me an error code - just looks like it worked and the window for signing in disappears, but doesn't actually sign in...
Any help would be great. High Sierra has done my system in for a few days... grrr...
Update: Fixed my iMessage issues with the tonymacx86's guide... thanks!
My system seems to be working so I'm not touchin' a thing until High Sierra is supported and tested. After wiping my drive, even my old El Capitan UniBeast wasn't working. So I tried pressing the recover HD and recovering the latest Sierra Backup, and it actually worked... MultiBeast wasn't working. But, I managed to install everything I needed.
How about aptio setup utility for bios. What should I do for it
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Tried this with no help. AppStore said that I am not eligible. Found this link in google. Hope it will help.
I will finally assemble my build this weekend. This will be my first hackintosh build, primarily about building a new computer with my son. Machine will primarily serve as a media server for AppleTV/plex and NAS for family use. May play OS X games with my kids, but nothing too taxing. Should I install Sierra or High Sierra? Primary OS disk will be a Samsung 850 EVO SSD M.2. I will have spinning disks in RAID for media storage.
Hello everyone. Here is link for mac OS Sierra 10.12.6.
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