- Feb 1, 2016
- MAC PRO 3,1
- GEFORCE GTX 970
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Thanks Clintster, but It doesn't work
I proof new installation without any graphics configuration in burn UniBeast and nothing.
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It is stop here.
You have any idea more?
I run verbose mode
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and verbose safe mode
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and give me tow error´s
Thanks again for you help.
Stupid question, but this has not been pointed out. Once the second boot is complete, from the USB partition but to the hard drive option, where is the Multi-beast part of this setup done? Meaning, do I just run it from within the USB drive or do I drag it onto the desktop and run it from the hard drive? It's these little details that are driving me nuts.
I have 8GB data stick, didn't know it need more than 8GB, so it failed on last step, then I created installer partition on HD and installed it from there.
On 10.11 I had just one issue, USB overcurrent notifications, latest update solved this, now it's perfect
I just installed El Capitan on my old GA-EP45T-UD3LR, Wolfdale E8500 build -everything seems to be working perfectly (except for audio).
I'm also using Clover for the first time - which is probably why I'm having no luck with my ALC888 audio. I used Chameleon/Chimera & Mulitbeast for 10.8, 10.9, & 10.10, and had no issues finding the right kext to use, but with 10.11 and Clover, I've tried every method out there with no luck. At the moment I'm using Syba USB audio device, $7 off Amazon:
And I will be using this until I can find a solution to the on-board ALC888 audio for my board.
Everything else, including sleep/power off, my SSD RAID, dual monitors, drive recognition, USB ports, etc. seems to be working just fine.
I'm amazed at this mobo and CPU btw... It has been so good to me over the last 6 years. It seems just as fast, if not faster than other retail macs I've used recently - and I tend to push it hard.