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  1. Hello, Download the following efi file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/d74tdymovdxmlly/OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi?dl=0 1. Go to Efi>Clover>drivers64uefi folder and place this file. (First of all try upto this step & reboot. If same problem occurs proceed with the steps below ) ---------------------------------------- If step no.1 didn't let you pass the screen you're stuck on. 2. Copy the OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi from your usb (Efi > Clover > drivers64efi ) and paste it to your hard disk some where. 3. Rename the file from step 1 to exactly match to OxsAptioFix2Drv-64.efi on the Bootable USB driver. Basically it will replace the default OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi on your bootable USB. ----------------------------------------------- It's from my experience. I hope it will work for you too ~Hope this helps you
    Pretty useful But getting too many:::: java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 3 at comm.HttpUpdateTable.run(HttpUpdateTable.java:63) at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source) ~Thanks
  2. Bro, I've downloaded multibeast tool for sierra from tonymacx86 and chosen the drivers & other customizing options from the software itself including the sound and battery percentage etc. I didn't have to modify a single thing other than that to get sound and battery percentage working The only thing didn't work is Intel HD Graphics 5500. It was really a pain in butt I finally gave up and switched back to windows. Hope the community finds the easier way to fix the graphic problem on broadwell processors Hope it helps By the way what's your PC configurations?? ~Thanks, Raajen
  3. Have you tried customizing the options from the bootloader during the install process, disable graphics driver for ATI & Nvidia if your pc doesn't have any external graphics card. Try rebooting if you didn't get any kernel panic or black screen of death then it will boot up instantly By the way what's your pc configuration?? Hope it helps
  4. I have solved the problem no. 1 which is bootloader fix. But I am still stuck with 7MB graphics for Intel HD Graphics 5500. I've been trying many things since last week. It seems that it's beyond my knowledge or at least the way I'm doing is totally wrong ~Hoping to get any type of help.
  5. Post Installation Setup & Problems Hackintosh Sierra 10.12.3 My Setup::::: Toshiba Satellite p55w-c5204 Processor: intel i7-5500u Graphics: Intel HD 5500 Audio: Realtek High Definition Audio Hard Drive: SSD 256 GB Ram: 8GB (4GB x 2) Display: Full HD IPS Wireless: Intel Wireless 7265AC I've successfully installed Hackintosh Sierra 10.12.3 with the help of TransMac app. I know the wireless isn't working as of now. So I've purchased a wireless usb device(Prolink WN2001) and it works. I somehow managed to make things work like audio, battery percentage etc. The main problem I'm facing is with Bootloader & Graphics. Intel HD5500 is detected but shows 7MB. The windows counterpart I've previously checked shows Dynamic Memory of 128 MB by default so it shouldn't be problem. My questions are::: 1. How can I boot with hard drive without USB being plugged in? 2. How to fix the graphics issue? Do osx need to be booted from the hard drive in order to fix graphics issue? Any help would be appreciated. ~Thanks
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