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    • What is Dell inspiron 5559 Bootflag And How to install Os x Sierra on it My Laptop is Dell inspiron 5559. What is Dell inspiron 5559 Bootflag And How to install Os x Sierra on it? Laptop Configuration Processor 6th Generation Intel? Core? i5-6200U Processor (3M Cache, up to 2.80 GHz) Chipset Intel RAM 4GB Hard Disk 1 TB Display 15.6'' Graphics AMD Radeon? R5 M335 4GB DDR3 Camera Integrated Widescreen HD (720p) Webcam with Single Digital Microphone Audio 2 tuned speakers with Waves MaxxAudio? processing
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    • Have you had any luck with previous releases of OS X on those notebooks? Plus did you have an option to disable/enable VT-d in the BIOS? Did you try plugging the flashdrive into another USB port and tried again? Have you ensured that the flashdrive you're using can load the OS X installer? Have you ensured that the notebooks you're using can boot from flashdrives/USB? Did you try using the safe mode bootflag for the OS X installation (-x)?   I have found external assistance for the Lenovo L420 which seems to make for an excellent hackintosh judging by the fact that nearly everything works with El Capitan: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/320306-guide-lenovo-thinkpad-l420-with-el-capitan/ I found an El Capitan guide for the Dell Latitude E6410 but I suppose the guide can be used to get you into OS X Sierra without many issues (I hope): http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/308765-guide-dell-latitude-e6410-nvidia-el-capitan-clover-eng/
    • Armado I believe I have found a possible solution for your particular motherboard and Sierra installation: https://www.reddit.com/r/hackintosh/comments/4sil5p/audio_mechanic_old_patchfix_removal_applealc/  

Mavericks for old Mac Pro
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By Niresh
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About This File

Expand the lifetime of for olderMac Pro without using complex instructions and hackintosh-tools like

Chameleon boot loader etc.
Its very simple:
Run the MacPro2006-2007FirmwareTool if you have a 2006 Mac pro 1.1
Download OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 (13B42) Virgin Install.dmg.torrent
restore it to a new hardisk or ssd with Carbon Copy Cloner 3.5.4.torrent
unzip boot.zip and replace boot.efii. boot.efi can be found at System/Library/CoreServices/
boot.efi and usr/standalone/i386/boot.efi under root.
repair permissions and select the new Mavericks HD or SSD on Preferences / Startvolume
Follow the setup instructions and configure your new Mac Pro and use Migration Assistant
to bring your old setup to the new Mavericks-HD or SSD
Now you can run native 64-bit apps like FCP-X 10.1,Logic-X 10.06,Davinci Revolve 10 and
more---------
Thats it !

Instruction is also included in the zip file



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