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  1. I need your help for install Yosemite

    Skylake CPUs are incompatible with Sierra. I already told you this, you're not going to be able to get it to work. You'll need to use El Capitan 10.11.4 or later...
  2. NVIDIA GeForce GT 520 Mac OS Sierra

    Your graphics card is not supported by Sierra. Use El Capitan and lower, also this is an English post, this is the Turkish subforum.
  3. NVIDIA GeForce GT 520 Mac OS Sierra

    Pretty much everything you listed is irrelevant. El Capitan and under supported GT cards, but with Sierra they dropped support for everything except Maxwell cards, (700 series and 900 GTX series)
  4. Black Screen On Dell Inspiron 1564

    What bootloader are you using? Check this thread out... https://sites.google.com/site/vquynh22/cong-nghe-thong-tin/hackintosh/add-edid-to-identify-exactly-info-graphics-card-hackintosh
  5. Problems in Yosemite 10_10_1.iso wmware player

    Virtual Machines are always going to be unstable. Personally, I would use Virtualbox if attempting a OS X install. Better yet, it would be preferable to install OS X on actual hardware, not something virtualized. It's easier that way...
  6. HP Probook 440 G1

  7. HP Probook 440 G1

    Yes this will work fine!
  8. Skylake is not compatible with OS X Yosemite. You'll probably need to use Olarila's Sierra installer, if you don't have access to a Mac. Google it
  9. Your GPU is not supported. Boot with nv_disable=1 and -v and see if the kernel panic persists
  10. Graphics Bug

    Boot with IGPEnabler=Yes
  11. Stuck on Hackintosh zone logo

    Had to double take, never heard of the xiaomi air, or intel m3 processor. Did some googling, turns out it's a low voltage chip by intel, and your specific model (12 inch) uses intel HD 515, which is skylake. You said you didn't have any discreet graphics. Skylake integrated graphics are incompatible with everything up to El Capitan 10.11.4 and up. My recommendation? It sounds like you have a Mac, since you were using the restore Yosemite package. I would just use Clover + Sierra. Yosemite Zone is completely incompatible with the specifications you listed. I would download Sierra.app from the Mac App Store. Check out this page http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/files/file/11-pandoras-box-os-x-installer/ and download Pandora's box. Create a bootable Sierra USB using Clover (not Chameleon) and after, the USB SHOULD boot. I'm not completely sure about the intel m3 processor. It SOUNDS like it uses the same chipsets as any skylake processor, but you MIGHT need to use FakeCPUID if we can't get it to boot. Update us!
  12. Niresh - Sierra release date?

    I don't use Unibeast, simply because I don't like their piracy rules. They specifically ban piracy on every level, yet run a site dedicated to violating Apples' TOS. Seems a bit ironic doesn't it? Besides, if I wanted to run Sierra, I would just use MacPwn, which is currently the official way to run Sierra on this site. However, Niresh's Distro offers many features that can't be found elsewhere embedded in the operating system, such as kexts for AMD, Atom, and other laptops/processors. That is why I would like to see a new Niresh Distro for Sierra. If we would like to work with me, I could probably help him out with anything he needed help with. For the record, I actually was using TonyMac's Unibeast USB for quite some time, but I went back to Yosemite Zone simply because I loathe TonyMac that much!
  13. Please help to start Xcode

    Try deleting this folder ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData Also, this is not a question for Hackintosh Zone, this is a question for the Apple Developers program. https://forums.developer.apple.com/welcome Just don't let them know you're using a Hackintosh,
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