According to Clover Configurator, I have: AppleImageCodec-64, AppleKeyAggregator-64, AppleUITheme-64, DataHubDxe-64, FirmwareVolume-64, SMCHelper-64, OsxAptioFix2Dvr-64, OsxFatBinaryDrv-64, PartitionDxe-64, VBoxHfs-64 and NTFS-64.
After installing Mojave, I noticed there was nothing on Clover except the Windows 10 partition. I tried booting from a HZ High Sierra USB, and I could see everything. I tried updating Clover, and the problem is still there.
@Niresh @Niresh So, I could get the Hackintosh going. Everything was right. Clover doesn't crashes. It just pauses everything, so I thought it crashed.
I tried reinstalling the system because Vanilla Mojave didn't work properly with my computer (Hackintosh Mojave distro when!?). I updated Clover. But now I get this error when I select the main macOS partition.
I found something. "UEFI Boot". It was disabled, so I enabled it. Now it boots without USB. Still, I get a very basic, text-based, boot menu. To properly boot my Hackintosh, I have to type "GraphicsEnabler=No", and select the HDD. How do I get a graphic boot loader, with settings and such?
CPU: Intel Core i7 (2nd Gen) (3.40 GHz)
GPU: nVidia Geforce GT 740 (VRAM: 2 GB)
RAM: 12 GB
That's everything I can confirm now. I don't know how to get the motherboard model without taking the computer apart. I heard that's dangerous.
I've been trying to install a bootloader for my Hackintosh. I tried a lot of tutorials, but I can't boot from the HDD. I need a USB with the system DMG to boot.
When I try to start the system without the USB, I get this message.
Hello. I successfully installed High Sierra on my computer yesterday. Everything worked fine, the GPU, the Ethernet...
I turned on my computer again today. The internet was ok. It still worked.
I tried updating macOS with the App Store (to a more recent High Sierra version, 10.13.6 I think).
I restarted the computer, and then, the Ethernet connection stopped working.
macOS detects the cable, and it says it's connected, but it doesn't work.