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    • Help with Intel G530 graphics @Niresh I need your help please! On my desktop computer I have an Asrock H61M-VS mobo with Intel Celeron G530 CPU and integrated graphics. The only successful Hackintosh installation I’ve ever done is the one with your Sierra distro 10.12.3 in which graphics works perfectly. I wanted to ask you what did you put in your distro to make also G530 integrated graphics working. With every other way to install Hackintosh on a pc I’m unable to get to the installer as I’m stuck in verbose mode due to unsupported graphics. Please answer me, thank you so much!
    • Yes truely its possible to upgrade its kinda hard todo because if you have AMD Proccessor you need to wait until niresh releases a new hackintosh distro. and then make a backupwith time machine and install the newer mac from usb and then you will be asked to have your old data back from windows machine or from your old mac version which if you choose from mac all data will be copied to your new sierra from yosemite so you don't need to lose any data or backup everything on a different usb drive and then use time machine to recover files from usb if its possible because i never use time machine. If you don't want to recover any data then just click on configure as new mac. And it is safe to download app store updates if you have a good intel processor if you have amd you need to use a custom kernel which somebody has patched.   Just search on google with this search term: (example) hackintosh sierra amd patched kernel update 10.12.6 is the latest or you want to update yosemite to 10.10.5 search for update patched kernels amd 10.10.5   https://www.google.nl/search?q=amd+kernel+patched+hackintosh+yosemite+10.10.5&source=lnms&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiv5teI6ZzVAhUMmBoKHaHrAkQQ_AUICSgA&biw=1920&bih=925&dpr=1 Here is the search term i already have for you if its only what you need the search term i used =: amd kernel patched hackintosh yosemite 10.10.5 Or find on youtube a good video how to upgrade a hackintosh yosemite to sierra
    • Loos like a kext eror or a missing dependencie try to boot with -x for safe mode it disabled dangerous kexts to boot mac without issues and maybe by updating or find another or delete the highlighted kext that is causing a kernel panic   try also when you setup the mac try also with: -v -x xcpm kext-dev-mode=1 maybe that should initialize all kexts. Mostly a kernel panic will come if a kexts is required for booting the system is corrupted, missing or you must to update the kext because its outdated or you need to downgrade the kext to older version using kext wizard doesnt matter to install older or newer kexts supported for your lapotp model or desktop and the right mavericks so your system could boot normally.   i looked up for ya the patched kernel you use i think its not supported with your cpu and i think that will only cause more problems.   Bronzovka's (A.K.A. Bronyas) 10.9.0 mach_kernel_rc7     AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 250 AMD Opteron™ Processor 3350 HE AMD FX-8320 AMD FX-8350 AMD FX-8150 AMD Athlon™ X2 340 AMD Phenom II X4 955 [Black Edition] AMD Phenom II X6 1055T Intel Paxville Xeon DP AMD A8-4500m APU Others (Maybe others like i3 i5 i7 maybe not pentium D) im not sure but try to use the vanilla way. And the kernel extensions one of them are faulty. Like it says kernel extension in backtraces. i think you found your problem by download and replace the corrupted com.apple.kec.CoreCrypto kext which maybe can be found in /System/Library/Extensions so first try to reinstall from usb with original niresh kernel dont use amd kernel because you have intel and after it says installation complete... restart ETA like 10 seconds click restart you see a chameleon bootloader so as you mentioned in your problem then try -v -x xcpm npci=0x2000 dart=0 then setup the mac and reboot without -x  see if that works.    
    • Only if you have 2 partition or 2 hard disk because Sierra and yosemite includes the same folders for system files like application there within safari etc utilities it will overwrite so you have to install it on a different hard disk or shrink/split your volume in 2 partition so just split 1 harddisk in 2 partitions   BTW: You need to search the tutorial (how to partition 1 hard disk in 2 partition for hackintosh etc....) it doesnt matter which search term you use you got to search it on google bc im not gonna advertise other tutorials for sites maybe you can find a tutorial on https://hackintosh.zone look in the forums there is something useful in here.
    • Use another tool or wait for a update or just do it like terminal way and then install uefi clover or legacy boot mode so hard shouldn't it be.  
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Hi guys,

For the last two days I've been trying to get OSX 10.9 Mavericks installed on my PC;

 

Specs:

CPU: AMD Athlon ll X2 270

GPU: nVIDIA GTS 450

RAM: 2x2GB Kingston DDR3 1033MHz

Motherboard: MSI GF615M-P33 V2

Chipset Model: GeForce 7025

Southbridge Model: nForce 630a

Storage: 160GB 5400RPM IDE(!) HDD (primary)

 

In my bios I have no AHCI option, only IDE and RAID.

On my harddisk I have a Windows partition, a storage partition, and an unformatted partition for OSX.

I'm trying to install it using a thumb drive, on which I wrote the .DMG using Win32DiskImager.

 

The installation keeps getting stuck at at a "still waiting for root device" screen. I've tried the following flags: amd/amd69, ahcidisk=1 debug=8, GraphicsEnabler=Yes/No, USBBusFix=Yes, -f, -x in all combinations, none of them works.

The thing is, last night I got it to work using "amd64 ahcidisk=1 debug=8 GraphicsEnabler=No -f -v". The installation succeded, and the OS was very responsive (way better than Ubuntu), it had sound, networking and everything was working on the first run. This morning however I couldn't get it to start, so I erased the partition and tried to install it again, and this is where I am now. I don't know what else to do...

 

I'll attach some pics.

If you are willing to help, please do so in a way that a beginner can understand.

 

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Phew.. I've done it myself. I'm posting this from within Mavericks :D .

I booted into the USB installer with "amd GraphicsEnabler=No USBBusFix=No -f -v" and into OSX with "GraphicsEnabler=Yes USBBusFix=No ahcidisk=1 debug=8".

I just hope I don't fuck up now.

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Hi guys,

For the last two days I've been trying to get OSX 10.9 Mavericks installed on my PC;

 

Specs:

CPU: AMD Athlon ll X2 270

GPU: nVIDIA GTS 450

RAM: 2x2GB Kingston DDR3 1033MHz

Motherboard: MSI GF615M-P33 V2

Chipset Model: GeForce 7025

Southbridge Model: nForce 630a

Storage: 160GB 5400RPM IDE(!) HDD (primary)

 

In my bios I have no AHCI option, only IDE and RAID.

On my harddisk I have a Windows partition, a storage partition, and an unformatted partition for OSX.

I'm trying to install it using a thumb drive, on which I wrote the .DMG using Win32DiskImager.

 

The installation keeps getting stuck at at a "still waiting for root device" screen. I've tried the following flags: amd/amd69, ahcidisk=1 debug=8, GraphicsEnabler=Yes/No, USBBusFix=Yes, -f, -x in all combinations, none of them works.

The thing is, last night I got it to work using "amd64 ahcidisk=1 debug=8 GraphicsEnabler=No -f -v". The installation succeded, and the OS was very responsive (way better than Ubuntu), it had sound, networking and everything was working on the first run. This morning however I couldn't get it to start, so I erased the partition and tried to install it again, and this is where I am now. I don't know what else to do...

 

I'll attach some pics.

If you are willing to help, please do so in a way that a beginner can understand.

 

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1407677696__img_20140810_150926.jpg https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Niresh12495/Imgs_move/master/hackintosh/1407677766__img_20140810_151418.jpg

How do you install the thing man.. I reach to the installation without any problem but no hard drives listed in the disk utility. Same Chipset as yours with same CPU. mine is 260... yours is 270. With no AHCI option. Plz help man.. Tried your bootflags but still no hard drives listed. :( 

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How do you install the thing man.. I reach to the installation without any problem but no hard drives listed in the disk utility. Same Chipset as yours with same CPU. mine is 260... yours is 270. With no AHCI option. Plz help man.. Tried your bootflags but still no hard drives listed. :(

I didn't encounter that problem during my installation...

Try the RAID mode and boot with "ahcidisk=1 debug=8" from the USB.

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No, just select Raid mode, and restart the PC. RAID will then install AHCI, and begin to boot from the HD that's configured to boot first. I was able to get Mac OS X on an IDE configuration. 

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I didn't encounter that problem during my installation...

Try the RAID mode and boot with "ahcidisk=1 debug=8" from the USB.

Hi mate. I have tried what you told me to do. I went into the BIOS and checked if there were any options about enabling RAID.

 http://i1027.photobucket.com/albums/y334/ShanePunk/IMG_20140910_165433_zps0e3e6180.jpg 

 http://i1027.photobucket.com/albums/y334/ShanePunk/IMG_20140910_165525_zps11ce8041.jpg

 http://i1027.photobucket.com/albums/y334/ShanePunk/IMG_20140910_165457_zpsc9fa60d4.jpg

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 these are the options which I get there. I went to Serial-ATA Raid Config "NV SATA RAID function" was disabled... I enabled it. Then Enabled NV SATA 1 Primary and NV SATA 2 Primary. Because those are the only ports on which two of my hard drives have been connected. Then I booted back into the installation with USB thumb drive made by unibeast. with bootflags "ahcidisk=1 debug=8 GraphicsEnabler=No -f -v npci=0x3000" but still no hard drives in the installation. :( Can you plz briefly tell me how did you actually get the RAID mode enabled. Did I do it correctly? Or is there more to it? Plz mate just a lil help and i'll be saved. Plz reply asap. Thanks in advance. :( 

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No, just select Raid mode, and restart the PC. RAID will then install AHCI, and begin to boot from the HD that's configured to boot first. I was able to get Mac OS X on an IDE configuration. 

 http://i1027.photobu...ps0e3e6180.jpg 

 http://i1027.photobu...zps11ce8041.jpg

 http://i1027.photobu...zpsc9fa60d4.jpg

 http://i1027.photobu...zpse22d5cb3.jpg

 http://i1027.photobu...zps2f852c24.jpg

 these are the options which I get there. I went to Serial-ATA Raid Config "NV SATA RAID function" was disabled... I enabled it. Then Enabled NV SATA 1 Primary and NV SATA 2 Primary. Because those are the only ports on which two of my hard drives have been connected. Then I booted back into the installation with USB thumb drive made by unibeast. with bootflags "ahcidisk=1 debug=8 GraphicsEnabler=No -f -v npci=0x3000" but still no hard drives in the installation.  :(Can you plz briefly tell me how did you actually get the RAID mode enabled. Did I do it correctly? Or is there more to it? Plz mate just a lil help and i'll be saved. Plz reply asap. Thanks in advance.  :(

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I recommend, if you have the means, and the time, and the patience, you create the USB in windows, using WIn32DiskImager and the USB version of the official release. I think this has something to do with things.

Also your bios page looks different from mine. look for a page called "On-Chip ATA devices".

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I recommend, if you have the means, and the time, and the patience, you create the USB in windows, using WIn32DiskImager and the USB version of the official release. I think this has something to do with things.

Also your bios page looks different from mine. look for a page called "On-Chip ATA devices".

Never Mind. I'm running Mavericks 10.9 fully stable now. Used nforce kext to get it detect my hard drives. BTW I can't get the Audio won't show up. The icon is there but no volume on sliding it. Can you suggest me a proper kext? Thanks in advance. 

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