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Yosemite Zone can be used to install Yosemite on pc without the need of a Mac.

Make sure to read the articles listed below those steps are very mandatory to Install Hackintosh Yosemite on Your PC.


First of all, make sure you know What is a Hackintosh?

 

This version Supports AMD Hackintosh Machines, Intel Processors including Haswell + LGA 2011 X99 Hackintosh Installation, HP Processors with Insyde Bios.

 

The DMG (Yosemite-Zone.dmg) is for USB and ISO (Yosemite-Zone.iso) for DVD or Virtual Machines.

Read the Guide to install Niresh's Yosemite Zone on PC Completely.

Read the Guide Debugging Your Hackintosh if something goes wrong.

If your processor is not supported you can try with using the alternative guide.

If you already have OS X Installed you can also try MacPwn Yosemite Installation Guide.

 

Information about this OSX Yosemite 10.10.1

  • Only have chameleon as pre bootloader
  • Fixed a Bug where bootloader may be stuck with a slash / in Black Background
  • AMD Support with Optimization and WebKit Patch (A Graphics Problem has been detected issue)
  • Standalone Installer Can be used with MacBooks, iMacs, and MacPros
  • Many Intel HD Graphics Support (Better choose SMBIOS of MacBook Pro 😎
  • MBR Patch
  • Trim Patch
  • RTC Patch
  • Auto-Install Audio Kexts
  • Auto-Install Updated Network Kexts
  • Installs Updated Clover & Updated Chameleon Boot-loader
  • Many Improvements from 10.10.

Information about this OSX Yosemite 10.10.0

  • AMD Support with Optimization and WebKit Patch
  • Standalone Installer
  • MBR Patch
  • Trim Patch
  • RTC Patch
  • Auto-Install Audio Kexts
  • Auto-Install Network Kexts
  • Installs Clover & Chameleon Boot-loader
  • Many more patches fixes

 

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    salimk95

       3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members


    thanks :)

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    jaybyrrd

       1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

    Really looking forward to using this!

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    HappyTrails

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    Great!

     

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    CreeperNugget

       16 of 19 members found this review helpful 16 / 19 members

    THE DOWLOAD LINK IS ABOVE THE COMMENT SECTION ITS A RED BUTTON

    IF YOU DONT SEE THIS RELOAD THE PAGE OR USE ANOTHER BROWSER

     

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    Stone3333

       13 of 16 members found this review helpful 13 / 16 members

    Dear Hackintosh Expert,

    I had download a Yosemite-zone.dmg and restore it into an USB by transmac and make it bootable in most PC desktop.
    I installed it into a Lenovo M57 desktop amd it works fine.(Sound card, video, LAN Card & even USB WiFi card)
    I then try to install it into my new laptop and the nightmare had started.
    First the laptop cannot boot the usb drive that work in any desktop.
    Next I get a bootable DVD and try to install Yosemite-zone by a usb DVD ROM, it start up in -v and pass through all the wording on screen and stop in a blank screen or in GUI mode stop in the Hackintosh logo screen.

    My laptop configuration is:
    dere D3 notebook (China bland)

    Intel Celeron J1900 @ 1.99GHz Quad core
    System board : Intel Bay Trail-M/D
    Video : Intel HD Graphics
    RAM : 4 GB
    Hard Drive : Faspeed K5-60G SSD
    Sound Card : ALC269 @ Intel VallyView High Definition Audio Controller
    LAN Card : RTL810x/8139 Family Fast Ethernet NIC

    Hope someone may help.

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    ridmal

       13 of 16 members found this review helpful 13 / 16 members


    can i install mac in dell inspiron 15 3551 please help

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    Jumpod

       20 of 26 members found this review helpful 20 / 26 members

    Between installation, I don't have problem but I have problem after installed.

    when Yosemite came up. mousepad unable to use and my Logitech mouse only able to right click, cannot do left click.

     

    Is this known issue?

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    maniyadv

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    thanks a lot.

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    toytoy93

       31 of 42 members found this review helpful 31 / 42 members

    where is the 5gb folder?

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    bdgong

       30 of 41 members found this review helpful 30 / 41 members

    Thank you for your article.  I want to install Yosemite on my Acer V3551G those days.  Wish this help, but, I don't see file `Yosemite Zone.dmg`?  Or I just miss something?

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    techiechick120

       15 of 22 members found this review helpful 15 / 22 members

    Quick tip for installing via USB to a DELL Optiplex 755 (and probably other optiplex models) in my experience using a mac/hackintosh to create the insall USB by restore method will not boot on the DELL but making the USB on a Windows PC suing TransMac will boot on the Dell.There are videos on YouTube showing the TransMac method,very easy to do,where you get TransMac is up to you,winks.

    Conclusion installs like a dream this way on a Dell optiplex as long as you have the right BIOS settings (never set SATA to AHCI set it to Legacy,AHCI is dodgy on the 755 and maybe other models,even using Windows)

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    dinesh kumar_24561

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    luis gavia

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    hola amigos y gracias por aceptarme ahora a descargar el iso  que necesito paa descargar

     

     

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    ed_jb88

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    thx

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    sakaana

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    Wow, mazing

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    Dave Sampson

       4 of 7 members found this review helpful 4 / 7 members

    I'm looking for  Yosemite ISO Torrent.zi, where can I find this ISO file?

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    Ret

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