imputazz

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  1. Hey everybody just created this post to who have same or identical specs as me that wan't to install yosemite on the pc. My system specs:Motherboard: Asus H81M-KCPU: Intel i5 4570GPU: Asus Nvidia Geforce Gtx 660 2GBRAM: 8 Gb Ram ddr3 (Kingstone)HDD1: Western digital caviar black 500gb (YOSEMITE)HDD2: Western digital caviar black 500gb (WINDOWS AND MAC PROGRAMS/MEDIA/GAMES DRIVE)SSD: Samsung SSD NOW 300 120gb (WINDOWS 10)MOUSE: SteelSeries RivalKEYBOARD: Razor BlackWidow Ultimate ChromaMONITOR1: HP vs17MONITOR2: Panasonic Viera Smart TV TX-32AS500E ​This is not the first time i install niresh i successful installed mavericks 1 year ago but took me 3 days to get it working without crashes due to the kexts, now i simply installed this without any problem. So first of all go download niresh yosemite 10.10.1 dmg (must be dmg) and transmac to burn it on usb drive from https://www.hackintosh.zone/file/810-nireshs-yosemite-with-amd-intel/ After that make sure you you follow this guide http://youtu.be/6jXkGAwP8H8 After that you have mac on your usb drive, now you can go ahead and restart your pc and go to your bios settings. In the Bios Menu Use this (IF YOU HAVE SAME MOTHERBOARD AS ME SEE THE PHOTOS): If HPET is available change it to ON & set HPET Mode as 64 BitSet SATA as AHCIEnable ‘Executive Disable Bit’ (also known as XD Technology) (Disabling this may cause Hackintosh to Reboot Instantly)Enable ‘Virtualization Technology’ (also known as VT Technology)USB Legacy to ON (If you experience some usb related issues in verbose mode try switching to OFF)If UEFI available turn it off & Enable legacy BootSave BIOS settings and restart Now you'll need to press F8 and boot the usb device, after you see the LIST of "disks" use your arrow keys and find the one with name "Yosemite Installation", no type -f and press enter. It will take 1-2 minutes to boot to the installation. In the installation i just created normally the partition and after that i selected personalize and pressed install, it took 15 minutes and when it got finished it installed all the kexts that i need automatically after it finish it gived a notification. (if you got any error boot with this flag -v and post a photo of your screen so i can help you). Hope this helps have fun hackintoshing
  2. Make sure you have correct bios settings also try this flag "-f" if not work try "-f -v" If HPET is available change it to ON & set HPET Mode as 64 BitSet SATA as AHCIEnable ‘Executive Disable Bit’ (also known as XD Technology) (Disabling this may cause Hackintosh to Reboot Instantly)Enable ‘Virtualization Technology’ (also known as VT Technology)USB Legacy to ON (If you experience some usb related issues in verbose mode try switching to OFF)If UEFI available turn it off & Enable legacy BootSave BIOS settings and restart
  3. Install the kext he gaved you it must work
  4. Make sure you have correct bios settings also try this flag "-f" if not work try "-f -v" If HPET is available change it to ON & set HPET Mode as 64 BitSet SATA as AHCIEnable ‘Executive Disable Bit’ (also known as XD Technology) (Disabling this may cause Hackintosh to Reboot Instantly)Enable ‘Virtualization Technology’ (also known as VT Technology)USB Legacy to ON (If you experience some usb related issues in verbose mode try switching to OFF)If UEFI available turn it off & Enable legacy BootSave BIOS settings and restart
  5. on boot flags just put -f if not work try -f -v and see where it stops then reply, also post all your specs so the community can help you because also can be gpu or other thing...
  6. Hello everybody, since i did the installation of yosemite i get the 10.10.4 update on AppStore. So my problem is, I don't know if I can go ahead and do the "normal" update on the os, or if I need any tool for it like the dmg file and burn it to my usb, etc.. then do the installation, the thing is I don't wanna waste a lot of time in this and don't wan't to lose my data, if it is impossible to do a normal update is there anyway to hide the update? I already tried press right click and hide the update and it didn't work. Thanks in advance, hope i can do it My system specs: Motherboard: Asus H81M-K CPU: Intel i5 4570 GPU: Asus Nvidia Geforce Gtx 660 2GB RAM: 8 Gb Ram ddr3 (Kingstone) HDD1: Western digital caviar black 500gb (YOSEMITE) HDD2: Western digital caviar black 500gb (WINDOWS AND MAC PROGRAMS/MEDIA/GAMES DRIVE) SSD: Samsung SSD NOW 300 120gb (WINDOWS 10) MOUSE: SteelSeries Rival KEYBOARD: Razor BlackWidow Ultimate Chroma MONITOR1: HP vs17 MONITOR2: Panasonic Viera Smart TV TX-32AS500E
  7. Hey guys today i installed Yosemite Zone successfully on my mackintosh pc. I wrongly didn't changed the setting on boot loader to chameleon UEFI so im wondering if is there any way to put it working UEFI like default, because i have dual boot windows 8.1 and Yosemite Zone, and always i wan't to boot into Yosemite i need to plug my external drive. Thanks in advanced. My system: Asus H81M-K Intel i5 4570 (Haswell) Nvidia Geforce Gtx 660 2GB 8 Gb Ram (Kingstone) Western digital caviar black 500gb (YOSEMITE) Western digital caviar black 500gb (BACKUPS AND GAMES) Samsung SSD NOW 300 120gb (WINDOWS 8.1)
  8. Didn't work for me its booting with apple logo and its stuck
  9. Didnt worked thanks anyway.
  10. Mine passed now 15 minutes and didnt passed this process... i dont know how much time i need to wait but its more then you.
  11. Same problem My system: Asus H81M-K Intel i5 4570 (Haswell) Nvidia Geforce Gtx 660 8 Gb Ram (Kingstone) Western digital caviar black 500gb