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  1. Yosemite installation went without issues. It is running very well, but cannot seem to activate iMessage. Actually it would activate and then iMessage would deactivate a second later. I have used latest FixiMessage(FileNVRAM.dylib), but did not work. For smbios, clover config does not work, so i used chameleon wizard. But i cannot put UUID and Board ID. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you Spec: MS-7594MA motherboard (non uefi) Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 Nvidia Geforce GT620
  2. intel hd 5500 not activating after update Hi guys!!! With this image of sierra i could finally get hackintosh running on my notebook. See, the problem is that I was able to activate my Intel HD 5500 on my hackintosh.. It was about March.. Then I gave up a little bit because didnt had time to get hackintosh working.. Now that I've downloaded the image again, I cant activate at all my onboard video.. I used this method to activate the first time: (it is in portuguese but i think you can understand how it is done) Using this same way I wasn't able to make it work. On "About this mac" it is written "Intel HD Graphics 5500 7 mb" (when it is fresh installed it says "display 7 mb")... so i was digging a little and found out that the kext i was patching didn't exist (AppleIntelBDWGraphicsFramebuffer). So I ve searched for on the web, found the kext, downloaded it. After that I re-installed the system on my computer, installed that kext i had downloaded, restarted my computer and then i follewed one more time the steps on that video. So I've realized that now, again on "About my mac" it is finally written "Intel HD Graphics 5500 1536 MB" but i still have no graphic accelerartion at all! it simple doesn't work! I also noticed that before I couldn't get audio to work at all!! tried everything i found online but nothing worked.. With this new Image I downloaded I just change audio inject to 3 in clover and it worked.. (it is so ironic xD) I saw that there were an update on april 22 on the link.. i think it might be related =).. i'm not downloading the same thing i did on march If someone could help me, please! Ps; my boot args: nv_disable=1 kext-dev-mode=1 Thanks!!
  3. This is a short guide on how to enable iCloud on an AMD machine. This might also work with Intel machines who run on different kernels and iCloud doesn't activate for them. This is not meant to be a general fix (Facetime, iMessage etc.) but those worked for me, before activating iCloud, with the BSA 10.9.5 FX Kernel. You will need : - An intel machine running OSX on a vanilla kernel (it can be a hackintosh, a Macintosh or a virtual machine running on intel cpu). - A USB stick or removable HDD or a LAN network between the two computers. - Patience I will try to be as specific as I can. I used the method running a VMWare machine with OSX 10.8.3 installed. It worked for my Mavericks 10.9.5 and here's proof (Yes, I'm Greek) : The VMWare method (its the one I used) is a bit tricky but it works 100% Steps : 1. Create a new user on the intel machine. Make sure it is connected to the internet. 2. Upon user creation set up your Apple ID (or create a new one) 3. After setting up the new user go to System Preferences -> iCloud 4. Login to iCloud on the intel machine. This is the crucial part, OSX will save the iCloud configuration for this user somewhere in the system. The user creation (step 2) DOES NOT save the iCloud configuration, this is the step that saves that configuration on your disk. Now, you need to migrate that user from the Intel machine to the AMD machine. There are two methods to do this : Method 1 (Using a time machine backup) : 1. Use a USB stick/HDD and make a Time Machine backup of the intel machine. 2. After it is done, connect the stick/HDD to your AMD machine. 3. Go to Applications -> Utilities -> Migration Assistant 4. Launch the Migration Assistant and choose "From a PC, Mac or Time Machine backup" 5. Choose your time machine backup 6. Choose the user where you had iCloud set up. 7. After it migrates, login as that user 8. Go to System Preferences -> iCloud 9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6Sxv-sUYtM Method 2 (Using a LAN connection) : 1. Launch Applications -> Utilities -> Migration Assistant on the Intel machine 2. Launch Applications -> Utilities -> Migration Assistant on the AMD machine 3. Choose "To a Mac" in the Intel machine 4. Choose "From a PC, Mac or Time Machine backup" on the AMD machine 5. On the AMD machine, choose the machine and then the user you have iCloud set up on 6. After it migrates, login as that user 7. Go to System Preferences -> iCloud 8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6Sxv-sUYtM And now comes the patience part. Your user will have the same application as the other users (if you did this correctly) but you will loose most of the preferences and you will need to set most things up again. But hey! iCloud works! Good luck getting those nudes leaked to the internet! P.S. : I used the VMWare method to do this. I installed a 10.8.3 image (found it here : https://kickass.to/os-x-mountain-lion-10-8-3-vmware-image-w-amd-support-t7229648.html) and followed this guide (mostly) : http://www.sysprobs.com/vmware-workstation-8-0-8-0-1-unlocker-to-run-mac-os-x-guest-in-windows-7 . The machine I used ran an Intel Core 2 Quad processor and it worked without changing anything in the image file. P.P.S. : NO MATTER WHAT, DO NOT CLICK "DISCONNECT" ON THE iCLOUD WINDOW!! Kudos to : - Zackehsoul for the VMWare image I used - Sysprobs for the VMWare guide - Niresh for the wonderful AMD support and this website - Bronya, Sinetek and AnV for the AMD Kernel on OSX 10.9.5 - Intel and Apple, for being a pain in the butt - The first person who also gets this to work and posts his/her results here - My dad
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