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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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This is my first post, completly new to this, sorry if I will say some stupid things. Probably I will not install on my machine OS X, any version, but I am still curious on this, so... My machine can run Mountain Lion, checked it with the DVD. My CPU is Intel Celeron 1000M 1.80 dual core, Intel HD Graphics card, can not figure out the rest, how to get the Information, all I know is that my system is Lenovo G580, model 21057. I know that Mountain Lion can be upgraded to Yosemite on any hardware (Am I wrong?), so this means my system supports Yosemite. My question is that this distro requires some Bios modifications, I mean not just changing settings, but adding or/and removing  Bios components, I know that on other Hackintosh methods Bios replacement, totaly or partialy is required. Let`s say I install Yosemite, and then decide to turn back to Windows, would there be permanent modifications to the Bios? If so, official service might refuse repair or cleaning, if they discover this. Sorry again for my lack of expertise.

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hi, 
in my opinion, there is no problem about changing the bios, and reinstallation of windows for after-sales service. 
WHY do not install OS-X and "WINDOWS" whole dual boot? 
good luck 
soon to OS-X 
 
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I had a Lenovo G575 (Which is pretty much the exact same system with a slightly worse motherboard). The darn things are nearly impossible to hackintosh. The Niresh build din't work so I gave up with mine as I didn't see it worth it. Next up, The celeron is a dreadful cpu, They are the bottom of Intels lineup. I don't know how powerful they are exactly but I'm not convinced it will run Mountain Lion as my G575 was 100%ed cpu wise at the desktop of windows 7 and about 40%ed at the desktop of XP!

 

You could try lion or maybe even snow leopard but the Lenovo G series from other posts I have seen and personal experience is a right pain to hackintosh and if it does work, its to slow to use at the end of the day making it not worth it.

 

Sorry to be the bearer of  bad news but best of luck :)

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Thx for the replies. No, dual boot is aut of the question completly, I do not like that, maybe a Virtual Machine. I have a free license on a type of Windows 8.1, that is currently running on the machine. You say Mavericks or Yosemite should not be used, defantly, if I decide to do this, I shall not go to old versions like Lion. It seemed to me that the Niresh distro is so well done, that, if you allready have the right machine, after you load install, it will install just as easy of Windows, or almost. I was thinking for some time to switch to Linux, I have friends that did that and it Works, practicly, flawless, but it has a major dropback, for me. This drawback is the low support for music, I mean acces to online stores, music visualizers, and, most of all, music creation or editing. So, I taught of OS X Yosemite, when it will be available as a f inal version, it is still Unix, has a lot of the Unix relaibility that Windows does not have, and it has none of the music related drawbacks.  There arfaiome music creating software that require 4 gb of ram, not just 2 gb as I currently have. I wonder if there is a way to enhance swap, to give them the ram they need on OS X?

At the end, if I got this hardware, and the final installer of Yosemite, will it be as easy of Windows to install? Can Yosemite be installed and, if so, would it work ok?

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For my part whatsoever Yosemite or Mavericks, everything is installed without major problems on the first try on the equipment already very old, dating as a processor, see the signature of the post. 
Mavericks runs like clockwork and I can walk "GarageBand" without any worries. I just added RAM (DDR2) and changed the graphics card is recognized by OS-X 
Good Luck 
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I was thinking on Logic Pro, when I said DAW. Logic Pro asks for 4 gb and I know the installer stops if less if ram is present.

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And, by the way, does this distro have full support, read and write, for NTFS partitions?

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you ca use a soft call "Paragon NTFS" for read/write NTFS

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Thx for the replies. All I need now is USB flash drive, large enought to fit the installer.

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I guess that, if I install Mountain Lion from a DVD, not an usb driver, then I can upgrade to the Niresh distro of Mavericks or Yosemite without burning another DVD or using an USB flash drive, just download the installer and run it. Right?

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