neverwannaknow

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About neverwannaknow

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  • Birthday October 25

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    Bolsward, Netherlands
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    Hackintosh Laptops, MacBooks and MacOS running on hardware it isn't supposed to.
  1. What system definition have you used? I think iMac 12,1 or 12,2 should be best for your cpu and motherboard. Let us know if that helps. I don't know if chaining the sysdef makes a difference regarding system stability, but still?
  2. What smbios to choose for skylake and pascal graphics card Hi, quick question from me, I recently started getting back to hackintoshing as Nvidia made pascal graphic drivers public so I could finally use my GTX1060 in a hackintosh. (My R9-270X died in the european heatwave of last year...) For the sysdef I chose iMac14,2 as it was automatically selected and worked out of the box for me, (iMac 17,1 ((I believe, could be 17,2)) is based on Skylake, so here comes my question) Should I choose iMac 17,1 should I stick to 14,2 or should I go for something completely diffrent. The problem for me comes when I pull the system from sleep, when I do the graphics gets really slow and buggy (almost as if it defaults to the macOS standard drivers). Any advice? !!!The system sleeps well and everything but the graphics work when pulled from sleep!!! System specs: Gigabyte H110M-s2h DDR3 I5-6400 -> ACPI patched 12GB DDR3 1600Mhz GTX1060 armor from MSI -> Nvidia Web Drivers some TP-Link wifi adapter -> ToledaARPTEnabler.kext Thanks in advance Another question, should I make a post explaining how to install MacOS on this hardware?
  3. *10.12.4, but upgrade to 10.12.5 anyways. Also google for 10.12.5 nvidia web drivers. That's how I got my gtx1060 working.
  4. HP 101, Have you checked all bios settings, HP laptops have secure boot enabled by default, you'll need to disable this, save settings and reboot, enter the code on your screen and press enter. (atleast that's how i got my hp notebook to install other os'es). BTW it is under system configurations, in your bios. For HP laptops you'll have to spam F9 immediately when turning it on. Good Luck!