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  1. Filippi

    Post-Installation

    Hello, I want to know what I have to do to install Kexts, use clover configurator, install bootloader, change resolution and how to use multibeast according to my hardware. I'm new to this mac configuration process. For now my hackintosh is pure, with no driver installed wifi, ethernet, graphics etc .. Sometimes when I start hackinstosh gives the Kernel Panic and stops loading on the apple screen, but I reboot and load normally. And also after a few minutes using the macOS it freezes the screen. I used the Hackintosh Zone Niresh Sierra because it was the only one that successfully installed on my notebook. My hardware is: Notebook Samsung Expert x23 Intel HD Graphics 5500 I5-5200U Processor Nvidia Geforce 910M 2GB 8 GB RAM HDD 1TB Bluetooth
  2. Hi, I managed to install the system without any inconvenience, but when I want to install Multibeast, I always get this error: "The Installation Failed" " Check the Multibeast.log " Can someone help me? im Use MultiBeast - High Sierra 10.2.0
  3. Configuration Asus Z170X Premium Motherboard i5 6600K Asus Strix R9 380 4GB 4x8GB DDR4-3200 Samsung Evo 256GB I was able to install El Capitan on my PC. However I cannot get it to boot from hard drive. I have tried running ##### and Post Installation tools. But every time, I end up with Error allocating pages... Error loading kernel cache. I have tried replacing the config in my HDD EFI with the one in USB installation drive. Still same problem. I have spent over 3 days now trying to get this new motherboard working and I feel like I am so close but can't get it. Can someone please please please help?
  4. Can someone please tell me how to install Multibeast? I have my Yosemite Hackintosh running nicely on a custom built pc but I have no idea how to install Multibeast to tidy up the few non-working items (wi-fi, Audio). I have the tutorial so I'm okay with how to use it, but I can't understand how to install it. The download is in iso format but the pc, of course, is formatted for Mac. This may be a simple thing but I don't get it. Please help. Thanks.
  5. persiangang007

    EDP Online Post Installation & Fix

    Version beta2 v7

    685 downloads

    EDP Control Panel And AutoMatic Post Installation from Web. EDP is a unique control panel for your hackintosh that makes it easy to maintain and configure your system. Its internal database contains 'best practice' schematics for many systems - this makes it easy to choose the right configuration. Regards. PersianGang
  6. Hello guys i have installed mountain lion hackinthosh on my intel based pc with following configuration. PC Specifications Intel core i3 ivy bridge Asus H61M-k UEFI BIOS Zotac gt630 1gb graphics card 4gb DDR3 Ram 500GB HDD Os installation process was successful, But i have no idea about the things on multibeast...Can anyone please help with the options on multibeast.
  7. mbauer65

    Multibeast Issues

    Hello. I recently installed Niresh Yosemite on my computer (it was a seperate HDD, i'm writing this from my main Win8 one). It works fine on the OS side of things, every app opens and functions correctly (aside from no web access), but there's one problem... I put Multibeast on a USB Flash Drive to install all of the kext files, but the USB isn't showing up on the desktop or in devices. And when I try to mount it it says "The disk 'Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 Media' could not be mounted". I really need this to work, as I installed Yosemite for Audio drivers. Here is some important info that may help: I formatted the USB from NTFS to FAT32 as I thought it might have been formatted wrong (that is not the case) My Specs: Dell Inspiron 15 3521 500GB SATA Hard drive Intel Pentium N Processor Intel HD Graphics 4000 Realtek HD Audio
  8. Table of Contents Disclamer Introduction Computer hardware Tools used Preparation and UEFI settings Mounting and configuring installer package Installation of OS X Yosemite in the PC machine The Boot0: GPT problem Manual installation of Clover boot loader The /Extra folder dilemma Audio problems HDMI AMD Radeon HD7770 enabling Audio with Realtek ALC892 onboard Audio Yosemite 10.10.01 update Acknowledgements Disclamer This guide was written only with the purpose to help those who, like me, want strictly to do a trial over the possibility of running OS X Yosemite on a PC hardware configuration. The combination of specific hardware and software installation is merely temporary and exclusively for testing purposes. Moreover, this test is just part of a personal private research project. The procedure required a genuine Machintosh machine. Introduction This hasn’t been easy at all and I quitted temporarily the project at least two times. I believe I have tried almost every installation method available to build my hackintosh based first in OS X Mavericks, followed by OS X Yosemite. I had some bad luck because, when I began my project there wasn’t yet a stable version of Yosemite. So, I gave a try installing Mavericks 10.9 using Niresh distro. So far, so good! It is an easy installation, at least in my machine, but my AMD video card wasn’t working properly. I haven’t tried it with the integrated motherboard video card. I decided, almost immediately, to update Niresh installation to Mavericks 10.9.5 version. Everything went fine, except I lost my Audio. This was, of course expected, but I don’t bother to fix it because, meanwhile, Yosemite 10.10 was out. I tried to update Mavericks 10.9.5 to Yosemite with no success at all, in spite I have used Multibeast before booting. I got kernel panic and was unable to fix it. So, I forgot Niresh installation and tried to move on. I tried Clover installation method, as my system is UEFI, but couldn’t ever reach the OS X installer with any combination of boot arguments. I only was able to reach OS X installer when I got Unibeast 5.0.2 and mount my USB pen in my Mackintosh machine. Although, things were just getting to warm up! I think most problems I faced had something to do with my hardware configuration. I confess I wasn’t enough careful when choosing the hardware components for the hackintosh project. In the end, after annoying and countless hours, days and weeks of hard work, I got it just right. Finally OS X Yosemite is running quick, smooth and perfectly stable in my PC machine. Computer hardware Case: Aerocool Cube Ds White Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97M-DH3 Intel Z97 SK1150 Processor: Intel Haswell i5 4690 3,5GHz Memory: 2 x 4GB Kingston Hyper X Fury DDR3 1600MHz Graphics Card: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD7770 Ethernet: Realtek RTL8111 Audio: Realtek ALC892 Disks: Seagate SSHD 2,5” 500GB + Maxtor HD 1TB Tools used Unibeast 5.0.2 - credit: Tonymacx86.com Multibeast 7.0.2 - credit: Tonymacx86.com Clover_v2k_r2999 (or else latest version) - credit: apianti, asava, bluesseau, dmazar, slice2009, Sourceforge.com users, BSD licence. Clover Configurator – credit: mackie100, hackintoshosx.com Kext Utility – credit © cVad 2008-2014, cvad-mac.narod.ru ShowHiddenFiles – credit: Gotoes.org iMac 21.5-inch, 3.1GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7, OS X Yosemite updated; © 2014 Apple Inc. All rights reserved USB 8GB pen with a Unibeast Yosemite install; Clonezilla Live (disk and partition imaging and cloning software) – credit: Colonezilla.org, licence GPL software Preparation and UEFI settings Main goal was to install OS X Yosemite on Seagate SSHD 2.5” 500GB disk. I didn’t disconnect anything from my system. Not even the Maxtor HD 1TB disk. To build the USB installer pen, I used an iMac computer updated to OS X Yosemite. Since my motherboard has UEFI, I just had to be careful with UEFI initial settings. For this I followed this Macbreaker guide for Gigabyte motherboards: How to set up the UEFI of your Hackintosh's Gigabyte motherboard. Although, since I have a dedicated AMD Radeon graphic card and would like to use it with OS X Yosemite, had to be special care with graphics configuration in UEFI. My experience told me that, to avoid boot errors, it would be better to leave the onboard graphics enabled in UEFI. Rules of thumb in this case are as follows: Enable onboard graphics; Leave memory graphic size with the value of 64MB; Set as the first graphic card to look for, the PCI-E card, which is the dedicated graphics card connected to the PCI-E slot of the motherboard (in my case AMD Radeon HD7770). Mounting and configuring installer package In the first place, it was supposed to install OS X Yosemite directly from a Clover installation prepared USB pen to be able to settle an EFI clean installation in my UEFI system. Unfortunately, I was completely unable to do that, since I always end with a freezing screen with a white apple in the middle or with a black screen. Of course I tried several boot arguments combinations with no success at all. Maybe I had miss something, but I spent countless hours trying to boot from the Clover USB installer. Then, completely frustrated, I decided to move to Unibeast installation method. For this procedure I just used "UniBeast: Install OS X Yosemite on Any Supported Intel-based PC" from Tonymax86. At the end, I copied Multibeast to the USB pen root, to be used later. Installation of OS X Yosemite in the PC machine Installation from the previously prepared USB pen was almost straightforward. I just had to use boot flag, PCIRootUID=1 to be able to reach the OS X install wizard. After Yosemite OS X installation I run Multibeast 7.0.2, which is a Yosemite release, and settle the following configuration, https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540589__screen_shot_2014-11-26_at_121547.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540599__screen_shot_2014-11-26_at_121620.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540611__screen_shot_2014-11-26_at_121631.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540620__screen_shot_2014-11-26_at_121646.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540630__screen_shot_2014-11-26_at_121657.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540636__screen_shot_2014-11-26_at_121710.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540657__screen_shot_2014-11-26_at_121717.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540676__screen_shot_2014-11-26_at_121727.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540689__screen_shot_2014-11-26_at_121735.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540698__screen_shot_2014-11-26_at_121744.png Still, on the second booting I got kernel panic and had to use again boot flag PCIRootUID=1. Despite I was able to boot this time, I reached Yosemite desktop without mouse or keyboard. Strangely, on the third booting, using boot flag PCIRootUID=0, I got everything working fine. At last, Yosemite was booting normally from USB installation pen, but I was unable to boot it from the internal disk. The Boot0: GPT problem I kept getting this error over and over again if I tried to boot from the Yosemite internal disk, boot0: GPT boot0: test boot0: test boot0: GPT boot0: test boot0: test boot0: error As explained on "Tonymacx86 official boot0 Error", this is a very common error with an easy solution. Maybe in this guide, the solution is best explained for those who want to try. After countless trials I reached to the following conclusions: This is not an specific Mac OS X error; this is simply an error generated by the system where it can’t find a boot loader; can happen with OS X or with any other operating system; In my case, I have the Chimera boot loader in place so, what could be wrong? As OS X was installed with GUID partition scheme, there is an EFI FAT16 partition in the installation disk; That partition should have a EFI folder with an .efi boot file inside; As long as there is an EFI partition on the disk where the system is trying to boot from, it always look for the .efi file inside an EFI folder; With Chimera boot loader there isn’t such a configuration in the EFI partition, because Chimera was made as a MBR boot loader only; I could try to start fresh, formatting the OS X installation disk as MBR but, with my Gigabyte UEFI motherboard, OS X Yosemite refuses to install using a MBR formatting scheme; With that said and proved, I would need an UEFI capable boot loader; Clover, of course, but as I reported before, I couldn’t even reach the OS X installer using USB Clover installation pen. At this point I have an advantage, because I am able to boot from the installation pen. Manual installation of Clover boot loader Further solution I adopted was to try to install manually Clover EFI boot loader on the EFI partition of my installation Yosemite disk. I realized only later that I could have run Clover EFI bootloader APP to install the EFI files on the EFI partition so, unfortunately or perhaps not, I didn’t try that but ended learning a lot about Clover. However, I can upgrade Clover EFI bootloader installation later, simply running the Clover EFI bootloader APP. First, I rushed to do a good cloning copy of my Yosemite installation disk using Clonezilla Live. Second, I followed the guide [How to] Clover on EFI partition/Add to Bios in order to manually install clover on EFI partition. My motherboard UEFI, adds automatically an entry for the new boot loader when detected. So, I wouldn’t bother with the second part of this guide. Next, a few manual configuration steps must be done to assure you wouldn’t get a kernel panic when booting, 1. I created a folder named “10.10” in EFI/Clover/kexts (EFI/clover/kexts/10.10); note: other folders presented in kexts folder could be removed; 2. I copied (not moved!) from /System/Lybrary/Extensions, in OS X Yosemite system disk, the following kexts, i. FakeSMC.kext ii. AppleACPIPlatform.kext iii. AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext iv. AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementClient.kext and dropped them in EFI/Clover/kexts/10.10 folder; I got some help for this action from the Skyline OS X guide for Yosemite installation. 3. I also read the "Tonymacx86 guide for Yosemite installation with Clover" from which I downloaded the config.plist file for ATI graphic boards; I renamed the config.plist in EFI/Clover to config.plist.old and copied the config.plist file, downloaded from Tonymacx86 guide, to the same location; 4. As stated in Syline OS X guide for Clover configuration with Yosemite you must modify config.plist file adding the flag, <string>kext-dev-mode=1</string> However, as stated in thread #2 of of "Tonymacx86 guide for Yosemite installation with Clover", this flag also can be added to config.plist using Clover Configurator; Here is where you should include that argument. <key>Boot</key> <dict> <key>Arguments</key> <string>kext-dev-mode=1</string> <key>DefaultVolume</key> <string>MacHDD</string> <key>Legacy</key> <string>PBR</string> <key>Log</key> <true/> <key>Secure</key> <false/> <key>Timeout</key> <integer>10</integer> <key>XMPDetection</key> <string>NO</string> </dict> You can also include dart=0 flag in the same string as kext-dev-mode; I read somewhere that dart=0 is a workaround for disabling VT-d (CPU virtualization technology) in the BIOS or UEFI; since I had disabled it directly I didn’t need to use this flag; 5. I followed the same Skyline OS X guide for Clover configuration to edit my config.plist file and add a few configuration Clover extras; I needed to do that since my system wouldn’t boot in the new EFI mode getting the kernel panic “Unable to find a driver for this Platform: ACPI ”… etc; At this point, I have to remember I kept the alternative to boot from Unibeast USB installer pen, which has a MBR boot formatting; thanks to that extra booting alternative, I was able to boot again into OS X Yosemite and run the Clover Configurator software; here are the extra flags I added, https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540707__screen_shot_2014-11-27_at_173807.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540715__screen_shot_2014-11-27_at_173948.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1417540722__screen_shot_2014-11-27_at_174312.png 6. First step has precisely to do with boot issues; 7. Second, on the graphics section of the Clover Configurator, I only applied Inject Intel and Inject ATI, since my motherboard has integrated Intel graphics card and I am using an AMD Radeon graphics card; 8. Third, I applied a few Kernel Patches, to avoid some sort of kernel panic; 9. I didn’t touch anything in the Rt Variables section or SMBIOS section. Finally, I could boot OS X Yosemite without errors. The /Extra folder dilemma Chimera configuration with Unibeast puts a folder /Extra in OS X system root, which is absolutely necessary for this particular configuration; when changing to Clover I don't think this Extra folder have any use but, just in case, there is no need of deleting it or moving it to another place, specially because I kept the possibility of booting from Unibeast USB pen which has the Chimera boot loader; keeping Extra folder in its original place allows to boot from the USB pen and don't have any known implications when booting from Clover EFI partition. Audio problems HDMI AMD Radeon HD7770 enabling Just downloaded HDMI Audio from Tonymacx86; package located at http://patrovic.com/HDMIAudio-1.0.dmg; Mounted dmg image file and installed the kext HDMIAudio-1.0.dmg dragging the file to the window of Kext Utility (Kext Utility here); Restarted. Note: this HDMI driver as its own kext (HDMIAudio.kext), located at /System/Library/Extensions but needs AppleHDA.kext to work properly. Audio with Realtek ALC892 onboard Audio Discussion - problems coming from Clover configuration I patched AppleHDA.kext with Multibeast, which works nice with Chimera, but turns unstable when changing to Clover EFI booting configuration As long as Audio was enabled with Multibeast and booting OS X from Chimera, the flag, <key>HDAEnabler</key> <string>Yes</string> in, org.chameleon.Boot.plist will enable Audio configured in patched kext AppleHDA.kext. Although, it seems that when booting from Clover EFI partition, org.chameleon.Boot.plist Audio was sometimes enabled and other times disabled). Problem was solved simply keeping Multibeast patched AppleHDA.kext and adding HDAEnabler1.kext in /System/Library/Extensions. Maybe it wasn't necessary, but I installed first this last kext using Kext Utility App, before restarting the machine. For instance, in http://www.skylineosx.com/post-installation/Audio working as well. Disabling or deleting Audio flag in org.chameleon.Boot.plist seems to be logical, but I didn't detect any problems keeping things as it was, even booting from Unibeast USB pen. So, I choose to keep everything that way, avoiding further messing ups with the system. Procedure Used Multibeast for Yosemite to patch AppleHDA.kext with Realtek ALC892 Audio Installed HDAEnabler1.kext (can be found here) copying the file to /System/Library/Extensions; Opened Kext Utility (found here) and dragged the file HDAEnabler1.kext over the APP window – this assures the kext file is installed correctly; Restarted. Yosemite 10.10.01 update After all this wasn’t a big issue, at least with the method I used. Discussion As Clover bootloader is in the EFI partition, it would be better to backup that partition to an image, just in case. For this I used Clonezilla once again. If the OS X update modifies that partition, preventing OS X Yosemite from booting, EFI partition could be restored from backup as it was. Extra folder in OS X Yosemite root shouldn’t be touched, but it would be better to make also a copy of it, as well as of the contents of EFI partition. Don’t forget to enable Show Hidden Files using ShowHiddenFiles APPs (it can be downloaded at Gotoes.org), so you can copy the hidden folders and files. Of course, Extra folder is not necessary with Clover, but in my particular case, I still want to be able to boot from the Unibeast USB pen, because it’s always a possibility if something goes wrong with Clover. Anyway Audio. After Yosemite update, I found only the AppleHDA.kext was replaced with the original version. HDMIAudio.kext and HDAEnabler1.kext weren’t touched. Also, Clover EFI partition wasn’t affected, so I only had to restore Audio Realtek ALC892. To be able to get a quick fix of AppleHDA.kext, I backed it up, before the OS X update. For this I used Kext Utility. Just dragged AppleHDA.kext (patched version) over Kext Utility. This produces a functional backed up copy of the kext. After OS X update application, you just need to delete AppleHDA original kext and rename the previous backup of the patched version again to AppleHDA.kext. Caution preparation procedure Did a backup image of EFI partition using Clonezilla Live; Copied EFI partition contents and Extra folder contents to an external disk; Backed up AppleHDA.kext patched, using Kext Utility; left the backup in /System/Library/Extensions, but also copied it to an external disk (this backup is in the form of a folder named AppleHDA.kext.bak). Update install and post-install procedure Proceeded with update Yosemite 10.10.01; Restarted and waited for installation completion; [No Kernel Panic!] Booted successfully into Yosemite with 10.10.01 update without ALC892 sound but with HDMI sound working (in my case, HDMI sound wouldn’t work only if proper kext isn’t installed, or if AppleHDA.kext isn’t present or not working); Deleted AppleHDA.kext in /System/Library/Extensions; Restored Audio patched file from AppleHDA.kext.bak, previously made and present in /System/Library/Extensions, renaming it back to AppleHDA.kext; Restarted. Final note: I noticed that Yosemite 10.10.01 update added extended support for AMD Radeon and NVIDIA Geforce video cards. This can be verified looking for the new kexts installed in /System/Library/Extensions. However, I didn’t run the necessary tests to confirm if this support also adds HDMI sound output for these cards. For those who want to adventure in hackintosh building my advice, for the moment, is to use the integrated graphic card on the motherboard or to get a Geforce or Quadro NVIDIA card, since NVIDIA launched a dedicated alternate driver for these cards on Yosemite 10.10. Look here. Acknowledgements First of all, thanks a lot to Tonymacx86 web site; without all the resources there, this project wouldn’t have been possible; Thanks very much to all users who posted their experience in the useful forum of Tonymacx86; it was thinking about future adventurer users I decided to share my own experience; Also many thanks to Mackbreaker.com, Skylineosx.com, HackintoshZone.com and all the people in insanelymac forums. Other posts: you may also be interested in [GUIDE] Dual Boot Clover configuration - Yosemite & Windows 8.1 on two hard drives (Gigabyte GA-Z97M-DH3 & Intel i5 4690 3,5GHz)
  9. Blarghith

    Multibeast?

    Hi, I'm back. I successfully installed Yosemite on my desktop, just to prove I could. However, the Internet isn't working, and I figure I need Multibeast for that. Well, here's my problem...I couldn't put Multibeast on a flash drive beforehand. Am I screwed? Computer Specs are- Standard HP desktop computer from around 2012/2013.
  10. CPU: Intel i3 4360 (3.7ghz dual core, haswell) with Internal graphics: HD4600 Motherboard: Gigabyte H97N-wifi, Intel H97 Express chipset RAM: Crucial Ballistix Sport 8gb DDR3 1600 (only one stick installed so 4gb) Hard drive: Crucial SSD Used Yosemite zone and installed with no issues. After it loads everything on first boot, I ran multibeast and used the settings below. Went to reboot the system and halfway though the apple loading screen, it just goes white and the system hangs. Ran in -v but it doesn't hang anywhere, the screen just goes black. Is there a setting I'm forgetting about or something? Did I overwrite something with multibeast that the distro did? I tried booting with -x, -f, graphicsenabler=no/yes. I can get into yosemite fine using the bootloader from my install usb stick, just not from the hard drive http://www.tonymacx86.com/attachments/yosemite-desktop-guides/107247d1413569047-successful-yosemite-install-gigabyte-h97n-wifi-intel-i3-screenshot-oct-17-18-00-45.png
  11. Erik Rosales

    Multibeast Help

    Hi everyone, when I finish installing Mavericks and setting it up I try to set up Multibeast. When, I finish choosing all of the possible kexts for my computer and restart it, it always ends up corrupting or bricking my hackintosh. I am not really sure what to do as it is my first time doing this. My computer specs are: motherboard: GA-970A-DS3, Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 7700, Processor: AMD FX-6300, it also has a UEFI interface if you need to know.
  12. Jan.Andreas.Unger

    Can I install Windows 7 again?

    Hi, i have successfully installed Niresh 10.9 Mavericks but I removed my Windows 8. I have tried to install Windows 7 and Windows 8 with Usb stick, but when I boot with it.. nothing happens. I have my hard drive partitioned, because i want a Dual Boot. And I cannot choose Uefi mode or something in BIOS. Can someone help me? P.S. Sorry for my bad english(I am German).
  13. abcdefgh

    Samsung's Ativ Book 2 Dsdt

    Hi guys, my pc is a samsung ativ book 2 with this specific components:Ethernet-Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller 10/100Wifi-AR9485WB-EGTouchpad-Synaptics TouchPad V7.5Graphic card-NVIDIA GeForce 710M with gDDR3 memory 2 GBProcessor-Intel Core i5 3230M (2,6 GHz to 3,2 GHz, cache L3-3 MB) Intel HM75. I've installerd os 10.8.2 and usb goes, screen resolution is ok, but the problem is about the ethernet-wifi, the touchpad and the keybord. So my hardware exist in multibeast but i don't know what DSDT I've to use! Can you help me? What is my motherboard?
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