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Hello guys,I've installed Snow Leopard in my laptop and until yesterday it booted normaly (with flag GraphicsEnabler=No) and Chameleon USB stick.Today suddenly as I tried to open my laptop after all these "checks" in the black screen with white lines the screen turned blue,as normaly,and tried to load my background picture,then suddenly the screen turned to black ,but you can type on it,then it turned blue again and tried to load my background picture of Snow Leopard,then black again and so on.I hope you can understand what I'm descriping !!!!What's happening,what's the issue,can I fix it?Thank you in advance for any reply!!!!!!
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Se você colocou o SSDT-PLUG em ACPI, retire. Se não funcionar, continue sem o SSDT-PLUG e tenta trocar o SMBIS paraMacPro, abraço, André.
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You should only need WhateverGreen. FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphics and AppleIntelKBLGraphicsFramebufferInjector_3e9x should not be used. Your second config.plist appears to be using the right ig-platform-id. If you're not able to set your DVMT to 64MB in your BIOS, then you'll also need the stolenmem patches: <key># DVMT-prealloc</key> <string>32MB BIOS, 19MB framebuffer, 9MB cursor bytes (credit RehabMan)</string> <key>framebuffer-patch-enable</key> <integer>1</integer> <key>framebuffer-stolenmem</key> <data>AAAwAQ==</data> <key>framebuffer-fbmem</key> <data>AACQAA==</data>
Hi, Any of the major Hackintosh bootloaders will accomplish this. They're all UEFI bootable, meaning any FAT32 USB will work just fine.
Hi, I would recommend using gibmacOS to download and copy macOS onto a flash drive.
Hi there, I hope you're safe as well during these uncertain times. By 'Intel 965', I assume your GPU is a GMA X3100. Unfortunately that card's drivers were 32-bit, which means you'll only get it perfectly working in Snow Leopard, and maybe Lion. There are beta 64-bit drivers floating around, but they're unstable and not recommended.
Looks to me like you need to enable AppleXcpmCfgLock under Kernel > Quirks.
Hi everyone, good to meet everyone in good health (hopefully), given the current pandemic status I and novice in the scenario, and have some doubts. I lost 7-8 days to install hackintosh (the distro, not vanilla) First I tried with a vanilla distro, which I downloaded from Yosemite's official Apple website, but it didn't work, I couldn't solve the various problems and then I went to a distro (her name is not important, given the rules of this place) and then after about 30 alternate hours during my break, I finally managed to install Mavericks first (although the video was unsuccessful, Intel 965) then I tried El Capitan, unsuccessfully (I was unable to run in MBR) and now Yosemite is running, but with the same problem as the Maverick just mentioned. is the only problem with this hackintosh. Does anyone have any tips for solving the video problem, which apparently is the only one? Thank you in advance, for your help!