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  1. So I'm trying to install Mac OS on my ASRock Extreme4 X99 PC. I tried using an El Capitan distro, and even used several boot arguments (-x, ncpi=0x3000, GraphicsEnabler=No, nv_disable=1, cpus=1, PCIRootUID=1, -f, -v, the list goes on) But nothing seems to be working. Every time I just got stuck on "DSMOS has arrived" and it wouldn't continue. I can't seem to find anything online about this. Continuing on, I had my boyfriend make me a U{censored} USB stick with his Mac. I feel like this failed to work because he created a disc image of El Capitan that he created on his Mac, but there was no EFI partition in the image for some reason. (While I'm here, if someone could tell me if theres any way to include both partitions in a disc image that would be awesome.) As a final attempt at this, I tried a Yosemite distro, and this time I got one step farther, and it stopped at "[IOBluetoothHCIController][start]--completed" and I searched for a long time but still can't seem to find anything to fix this issue. I also need to add in here that I have no access to an actual Mac. My boyfriend is long distance currently and can only send me files online. My system specifications are as follows: Motherboard - ASRock Extreme4 X99 CPU - Intel i7 5820k Graphics Card - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 RAM - 8GB DDR4 Thank you in advance to anyone who can help me out!
  2. Hola! ? Acabo de realizar en mi hackintosh una instalación limpia de Yosemite y posteriormente la he actualizado a la última versión 10.10.5 cambiando el kernel por el correspondiente a esa versión y todo funciona correctamente como esperaba, pero tengo un ligero problema... ? Mi tarjeta gráfica es la?Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 WindForce 3X OC 4GB DDR5?(conectada por HDMI)?y desde la versión 10.10 hasta la 10.10.4 no he tenido ningún problema con ella, pero en la 10.10.5 estoy sufriendo con un pequeño fallo. ? Tengo la última versión del NVIDIA Web Driver instalado y los gráficos aparentemente funcionan de diez, el problema viene cuando abro alguna aplicación como Firefox, MB{censored}, Finder, lo que sea, da igual, que se me lagea un poco, es difícil de explicar... se queda congelado, como entre 10 y 15 segundos -unas veces más, otras menos- y luego vuelve a la normalidad... Es MUY molesto.? ? Al principio pensé que podía ser algo relacionado con el kernel, pero he probado unos cuantos y todos funcionan a la perfección excepto por el problema que os acabo de describir, que no desaparece con ninguno de ellos, con lo cual descarto que el kernel tenga la culpa. ? También he probado cambiando el SMBIOS de MacPro 3,1 a iMac 14,2 por ejemplo, pero tampoco ha funcionado. ? Estoy utilizando Chameleon como bootloader y los argumentos: -v npci=0x2000 nvda_drv=1 kext-dev-mode=1 dart=0 debug=8 (creo que no me olvido de ninguno)?y he probado otros como por ej. GraphicsEnabler=No (no tuvo absolutamente ningún efecto, así que lo eliminé). ? No sé qué más puedo deciros, eso es todo lo que sé. Ojalá podáis ayudarme! ? Salu2! ? ?
  3. So I recently got a system running pretty much perfectly using Clover EFI 3193, 10.10.2, Asus z97 Pro Wifi, 4790K, GTX970 (not plugged, just running with onboard GPU) ? I can't boot with my GTX 970 4GB but with just onboard graphics it works everything perfect.? It reboots when i plugged my gfx card. when i unplugged it boots fine. ? Error-Message in verbose-mode: OsxAptioFixDrv: Starting overrides for System\Library]CoreServices\boot.efiUsing relic block: yes, hibernate wake: noefiboot loaded from device: Acpi(PNP0A03,0)/Pci(1Fl2)/SATA(1,FFFF)/HD(Part2,SigACE9B29F-8E03-41D7-9CA3-28C01B30A886boot file path: System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi........................root device uuid is '94703CB3-64DF-3D3E-BCAD-7938A75A9D56'OsxAptipFixDrv: Error - requested memory exceeds our allocated relocation blockRequested mem: 43B4000 - 167F5FFF, Pages 12442, Size 12442000Relic block: 60CF0000 - 77126FFF, Pages 16437, Size 16437000Relic block can handle me requests: 0 - 16436FFFExiting in 30 secs...Error allocating 0x12442 pages at 0x000000000043b4000 alloc type 2Couldn't allocate runtime areaBoot failed, sleeping for 10 seconds before exiting....?What I tried but don't worked: ? - Installed the latest nVidia Web-Driver - removed OsxAptioFixDrv with?OsxAptioFix2Drv at the Clover installation - Fixed Kextpermissions with Terminal?command and Kext Utility? - Boot with (without?caches and the other things) - Tried many?bootflags ? ​Thank you for any helps!? ? ? ?
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