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    • Restarting Hi, I have installed hackintosh Yosemite from this site with no problems, but I'm trying to install macOS sierra the system restarts again, I used -v -f npci=0x2000 flags and worked in Yosemite but no flags are working here it not even goes in verbose. It restarts from [ACPI Patcher]. My system: AMD Fx 6100 Gigabyte Ga-78LMT-S2PT 8 GB ram nvidia 610 2GB Graphics card    
    • Can I develop and upload iOS apps? Hello, Can I develop and upload ios apps in hackintosh? in my serial number there is something like ASRLNMBR. Can Apple detect this when uploading by xcode? Should I use valid serial number?
    • I try it. but it's not working. i try to installing with each setting. can you tell me a tested setting or sending me screenshot?  
    • High Sierra so if i install high sierra over my current build (i7 4790k, GA-Z97X-UD7 TH, RX480, 32GB DDR3) clover does not load, and clove posts: "OsxAptioFix2Drv : starting overrides for \System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi Using relic Block : no, hibernate wake: no Error loading kernel cache (0xe) boot failed, sleeping for 10 seconds before exiting..." and if I install from usb than it says installed incorrectly and restart app and try again. I will be installing without updating the filesystem to see if the same thing happens. does anyone know a fix to this?
       
    • Problem installing Sierra Zone on Aspire 6930g Hi to all, i tried to install Sierra Zone in my notebook Acer aspire 6930g (intel core 2 duo t5800, nvidia 9800gs, 4gb ram, ssd 250gb) I Boot from pendrive, but after some second it reboot itself, so i tried to boot with -x flag and it boot, but it stopped at:  appleps2controller:timed out on keyboard input stream. I tried with external keyboard, or with PciRootUID=1, graphichesabler=yes, npci=0x2000,3000, -f but nothing appened. Is there a flag for bypass the appleps2controller:timed out on keyboard input stream problem. Thanks to all. p.s. Sorry for my english, i'm italian.

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This is a simple AppleScript app. Use it as a work around for USB drives that get force ejected at sleep. SafeSleeper will properly eject all USB drives and put the computer to sleep. It will detect and warn you if a network connection like File Sharing is preventing sleep and when you wake the machine, all your USB drives will remount themselves. SafeSleeper will save you from possibly corrupting data and you'll never see that annoying message again when you wake your system.

Disable Auto Sleep in System Preferences.

Place SafeSleeper in you Applications folder and add it to your Dock for easy access.

Double click to sleep.



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