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  1. Updated from AppStore without a problem. Thanks Fantomas!
  2. Well you should try it and tell us is it working or not.
  3. Hey randr. Welcome to osx86.net! Can you post a link to that download? Thanks!
  4. Damn, there must be way to enable those USB ports!
  5. Maybe you could try FixUSB_1000 in Clover?
  6. Ah ok, I didn't unsderstand that! Sorry! You could try Inject USB in Clover?
  7. Did you use my tutorial after all or did you use USB method? As far as I know, there is some kind of issue with USB install, it takes ages for install to complete, and often it get interrupted with some error. So I recommend to use my method, installing with Core.pkg to some spare partition or SSD or HDD and using boot.efi from BaseSystem.dmg. Also can you post a pic where exactly it got stuck? Thanks!
  8. AppleALC.kext + Lilu.kext and -lilubeta -alcbeta as boot args should do it
  9. No problem man! Thanks for the feedback!
  10. Hey imtinan95! Welcome to osx86.net! You can try these kexts:
  11. Hey Gils83! Nice to see you! Did you replace boot.efi to System/Library/CoreServices/ ? Without it it will not boot.
  12. Surprisingly, everything works pretty smooth on my lappy, sound with -alcbeta -lilubeta, ethernet, wifi, brightness slider, power management, pretty much everything.
  13. Hello there comrades, it's time to test new BETA! So let's begin! First of all you'll need to have Install macOS 10.13 Beta.app in your Applications folder. Then, you'll need to right click it and then go to Show Package Contents/Contents/Shared Support and from there mount InstallESD.dmg. Once mounted there you'll find Packages folder and inside Core.pkg. Double click Core.pkg and this will install macOS to desired partition, SSD or HDD. Once done, mount BaseSystem.dmg and then copy System/Library/CoreServices/boot.efi and paste it to the same location but on the installed drive. That should be it! Boot it with your existing Clover and in few seconds you'll reach desktop screen. Enjoy High Sierra!
  14. Great tip there noway! I could recommend nvidia gt220 as a cheap solution for hackintosh setup.
  15. I didn't say anything about lan. You can use any supported graphics card, cpu should be ok. But again, you need to tell us your specs in order to help you.
  16. We need some more info about your computer/specs. If you are using GMA 3100 that card isn't supported. Sorry.
  17. Look at your third picture and tell me what does it say?
  18. Use Disk Utility to format your drive. You can find it on menu bar, when you reach install screens.
  19. 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.
  20. GMA4500 is not supported by OS X. You can get only right screen resolution but not QE/CI. Sorry.
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