Bootloop (Restarting by itself) after installing Nvidia Web Driver
Recently, I have successfully installing a. Hackintosh Sierra on my PC. It's my first try use a Hackintosh.
The question I want to ask is why my pc is kept restarting by itself (Kernel Panic?) after installing NvidiaWebDriver?
I've try many various ways on google but still don't work.
Here is one of my crashlog witonly one arguments
This crashlog with Nvda_drv=1
This is with GraphicEnabler=0 And nvda_drv=1
The Reason why I'm doing this I'm tired of my screen tearing, Only have 5 MB of VRAM (As stated on "About this Mac") .My intel HD 530 won't work, even though I install the driver from Multibeast.
My pc Spec.
Hackintosh Zone Sierra 10.12.3 Installed on separated Harddisk drive (I have 2 Drive ; The first drive for windows; The Second one for Hackintosh)
Using Clover as boot loader
8GB Of Ram
Looking for further replies
sorry for my bad English
the sata mode in my bios is set to AHCI
also I tried copying some kexts I found around the internet (that should help with detecting the sata disk drive) to the usb EFI\Clover\Kext\other folder but still it doesn't detect my hard drive
any ideas what else could be wrong? should I format it in any particular way?
Cant Install Yosemite in an AMD PC
I tried to Install Yosemite on my HP Pavilion AMD A10-8700P Radeon R6, 10 Compute Cores 4C + 6G 1.80 GHz
16 GB RAM. I downleaded the Niresh's Yosemite with AMD & Intel ISO & USB. Im using a 16gb USB.
I tried different bootflags but it frozes. Here is a picture of tat moment.
Thanks in advance!!!
BCM943225 Country code error
I'm sorry for my bad English, I was able to install sierra on my HP Folio 9470M and it all works fine but I noticed that the BCM943225 wi-fi card as US country code and some apps controlling the location do not work because Require as country code IT.
Being a beginner, I wonder if some good soul can explain how to replace the wrong code.
PS: Pc Hp Folio 9470M I5 - 8Gb - 250 SSD - Wi-Fi BCM943225 (no BT) Niresh Sierra Zone
The method I used to install Yosemite on my PC was using TransMac to write the DMG file of Niresh Zone Yosemite to my 8 GB flash drive.
If you want to go with the appstore version of El Capitan, then you'll need to have access to a Mac or at least have El Capitan running in a virtual machine like I did using the DevHackers El Capitan ISO on VirtualBox: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CshWGnOMwcc
From there you can download the appstore version of El Capitan (10.11.6) and get your USB ready using disk utility and write the contents of the appstore version of El Capitan to your flashdrive with Unibeast which will also include the Clover bootloader if my memory serves me correctly.
It may be a bit easier to use Niresh Zone El Capitan if you're coming from Windows. I don't know the process for those on Linux but I suppose the ISO version would suffice in that circumstance alongside the dd command in terminal. (If you're using TransMac on Windows, you'll want to get the DMG version. If you're using VirtualBox or Linux, you'll want to get the ISO version.)