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  1. Look at your third picture and tell me what does it say?
  2. It should run Sierra.
  3. Use Disk Utility to format your drive. You can find it on menu bar, when you reach install screens.
  4. Looks like it. If it's Celeron's integrated, it is not supported.
  5. Apple is now rolling out the official macOS 10.12.4 release through the Mac App Store. The latest version of macOS Sierra is the first to bring Night Shift to the Mac. macOS 10.12.4 beta included changes to Siri, Dictation, and Apple’s PDF API: Night Shift now available on the Mac. Dictation support for Shanghainese. Ask Siri about cricket scores, schedules and player rosters. Siri knows about statistics and data from the Indian Premier League and International Cricket Council. Updated PDFKit APIs for better displaying of PDFs in apps that use the framework. This is how Apple describes its Night Shift feature: See how to enable Night Shift and how the feature works on the Mac here. These changes were added in macOS 10.12.4: iCloud Analytics is now present as an opt-in step at setup Mac App Store gains Touch Bar support, Volume slider now visually indicates levels source: 9to5mac.com I'm updating it right now.
  6. GMA4500 is not supported by OS X. You can get only right screen resolution but not QE/CI. Sorry.
  7. It is possible.
  8. Try here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/hwsensors/postdownload?source=dlp
  9. Check this thread out:
  10. http://gizmodo.com/apples-night-shift-is-finally-coming-to-macos-1791578859 Interesting read...
  11. ^That is, actually excellent answer... Without specs we couldn't know what are the options update-wise...
  12. You can use different guide, for sure, if this one doesn't work for you.
  13. Yeah, I've seen it before. You didn't configure Clover properly.
  15. You should install macOS Sierra without problems. You can use any generic guide, this one will do: Good luck!