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  1. Yosemite Zone, Finder Crashes Hi, I'm having major difficulties with my Yosemite Zone installation - I get crashes from Finder very frequently - basically any time a "save as" or "export" or "open" window is open for longer than about 3 seconds, allowing me just enough time to save something as the default name before it crashes, and only allowing me to use drag and drop to open things in the browser etc. The Finder explorer app itself seems quite stable, but not the dialogue windows. The result is that the program will close unexpectedly. I wondered if anyone could help with this as its a long-running issue. I'd been away from home for a few weeks so hadn't used the Hackintosh for maybe 2 months, and when I returned it was bug free for about two or three days before returning to the problem. So I wonder if there is a caching issue or something, but really I'm not sure what it could be. Build: MA770T-UD3P mobo, AMD Athlon II X4 620 CPU, Nvidia GT210 GPU, Installation on an HDD. Thanks, Dominic
  2. Yosemite 10.10.1 Freezes when Hard disk/Pendrive is plugged in HELP!!! I have installed Yosemite 10.10.1 on my PC.Everything is fine except that when I plug in a hard disk or a pen drive into my system,the computer freezes entirely leading me to manually reboot the system.I have already repaired permissions using Kext utility and replaced the GenericUSBxhci.kext with the one provided by Niresh.Still the problem persists.The freeze does not happen for any other reason, even when the system works for hours.In short,the OSX is Rock solid and perfectly stable until a USB pendrive or hard disk is plugged in.Kindly help me get fixed with the problem.Let me write down my system configuration. i7 4770 32 GB RAM Gigabyte H97m d3h nVidia Ge Force GT 610 Corsair ATX 550W NOTE: I have tried plugging in the usb device before switching on the system and when I switch on,Kernel panic happens and fails to boot. Please help me with this issue.I would be extremely grateful for the replies.Thanks in advance!
  3. YOSEMITE BOOT PROBLEM

    YOSEMITE BOOT PROBLEM hello my pc build is : Motherboard ASUS H110M-d processor: intel pentium 5 2 cores g4560 lga1151 videocard GEFROCE GTX 1050 HARDDRIVE :2 X1TERA RAM2X8GB DDRR4 2133MHZ KINGSTON POWER SUPPLY EVGA 430W 80 PLUS SO when i go to my BIOS and boot the pendrive with the OS everithing goes well till i bootit, iget two options, 1 : i get a screen with a hackintosh logo and below 3 logos, a windos logo to boot from EFI, the yosimete boot ,and a recovery windos boot..... if i press the yosemite one it will boot a black screen with a white apple logo (as if it wa a iphone starting). 2: and the second option i get if i boot the toher part of the usb .... i get the black screen CMD.like where it gives three options :hd(0,2) (installer)yosemite zone. hd(1,2)etc etc etc adn another one justt like that... SO thats where i want to be but my key board wont let me ation , its like blocked so i cant neither eter graphic cards fglags, any flag , any comand , neither even pick the yosemite option to start the instalation. PLZ HELP ME ITS URGENT... CONTACT : facebool-Mateo Sanchez - hotmail: matute06sanchez@hotmail.com/matu_sanchez06@hotmail.com phone number :+5493153918255
  4. How Do I Get iCloud Working in Yosemite Zone? Hello! I recently installed Yosemite Zone and iCloud, FaceTime, iMessage, and Google Chrome and none of them work, each saying my computer isn't validated. I have tried many things including the one with EFI Studio and deleting stuff to messing around in Chameleon and none of it seems to work. The App Store and it's sister apps work just fine, though. Does anyone know how to get all this working, as they are things I'd like to use. Specs: AMD Phenom II x4 B55 3.3 GHz 8 GB DDR3 NVidia GeForce GTX 750 MSI 890GXM-G65 Yosemite Zone 10.10.1
  5. Yosemite Zone vs Sierra Zone Hi. Its a shot in the dark but maybe there is someone who knows the answer to this. Installing Yosemite Zone is no problem at all, everything works except for network and sound. The display/screen is flawless right out of the box. But, when i install Sierra Zone the screen is very "lagish", it lags a lot and the glass effect aint working Whats the difference between Yosemite and Sierra Zone that makes this happen? Laptop: HP ProBook 6470b / Intel HD Graphics 4000 / Intel Core I3 / Chipset Mobile Intel HM76 Regards
  6. Wifi problem on Yosemite I have install Niresh Yosemite 10.10.1 and canot get wifi, The system does not recognize USB adapter. I got two USB adapters: (D-link DWL-g122) and (tp-link TL-WN722N). D-link DWL-g122 worked on Niresh Lion 10.7.5 with "Ralink Wireless Utility". I copied that application from Lion to Yosemite applications, but it won't work. I attach that file (Ralink Wireless Utility). Does anyone know how to install Ralink Wireless Utility from Lion to Yosemite applications ? If anyone have any other solution, please let me know.
  7. Yosemite installation stuck on Ack PM Done SPECS: Pentium G3250, H81 motherboard, 4GB Ram, Geforce 8400GS When i try to boot to installer in verbose mode, Yosemite gets stuck at "Ack PM Done", and nothing helps, it just freezes there. i have tried different boot flags, like /haswell GraphisEnabler=Yes ncpi=0x2000, but nothing helps. Also different SMBIOS and FakeCPUID's are tried, but always same thing, i cant get past from that strange thing
  8. Radeon RX 480 kext for Yosemite? Hello everyone..ehm.. i don't really know how this question thingy works cause this i sm y first time posting but ok heres my question: I have succesfully installed Yosemite on my pc but i only have 3mb vram and very low resolution :/ i searched everywhere for a kext but didnt find anything..can anybody help me? :/ Greatings~ ShiroFlocke
  9. Cant Install Yosemite in an AMD PC Hello I tried to Install Yosemite on my HP Pavilion AMD A10-8700P Radeon R6, 10 Compute Cores 4C + 6G 1.80 GHz model 14-av005la HP. 16 GB RAM. I downleaded the Niresh's Yosemite with AMD & Intel ISO & USB. Im using a 16gb USB. I tried different bootflags but it frozes. Here is a picture of tat moment. Please help! Thanks in advance!!!
  10. [Guide] Yosemite update to 10.10.5 This post is a follow-up to my previous guide on installing Yosemite 10.10.0 (Yosemite Zone) on a late-2015 build that you can view here. Now we will be updating from 10.10.0 to 10.10.5. You will have to do the update through the App Store and then reboot the system when prompted. Once the update finishes, the Nvidia Web Drivers will be in need of updating and you will not be able to reboot into the system without the following bootflags: -v nv_disable=1 GraphicsEnabler=No Once you've done that, you'll now want to update the Nvidia Web Drivers to meet the version necessary for 10.10.5. Then update once you're prompted after the Nvidia installation. This time you don't even have to bother with any bootflags and you should have a functioning 10.10.5 hackintosh. Proof
  11. Post Installation Compaq CQ45 910LA I just installed Yosemite on my Compaq CQ45 laptop. - Intel Celeron B830 - 4 GB Ram - Intel HD Graphics 2000 Full specs here: support.hp.com/us-en/product/compaq-cq45-900-notebook-pc-series/5330584/model/5350989/document/c03640181 I would like to know how can I make my integrated graphics work. And how do I set up my wifi/ethernet, none of them are working. Please help me.
  12. [Guide] Yosemite installation on a Late-2015 build Components of the Build Intel Core i5-4690K: ~$240.98 Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo: ~$34.88 Gigabyte GA-Z97-HD3: ~$197.79 Crucial 1x8GB DDR3-1600: ~$49.89 Samsung 850 EVO 250GB: ~$99.99 Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200: ~$46.88 EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti SC: ~$124.99 Thermaltake Chaser A31 Thunder: ~$79.99 EVGA 500W 80+ PSU: ~$36.99 Total Cost: ~$912.38 Software Requirements Multibeast 7.5 for Yosemite Nvidia Web Drivers Preface If you do not own a Mac system, then you'll need to source TransMac. If you do own a Mac system, then you'll need to restore the Yosemite Zone DMG file to your flash drive using the Disk Utility app. If you do not own an 8+ GB flash drive, then you'll need to source one to restore Yosemite to. I would recommend at least a 16 GB flash drive that way you could restore future images of OS X such as El Capitan and Sierra. Do not forget to save a copy of Multibeast on the flash drive, otherwise you'll have to source Multibeast without a working ethernet connection. Step-By-Step Reboot the system and hold down the DELETE key to enter the BIOS. Once in the BIOS, you'll need to press the F7 button to restore any custom BIOS settings to their factory defaults and then press F2 to enter the class mode. When you're in classic mode, you will want to disable VT-d, set xHCI to auto mode, activate xHCI hand-off, activate EHCI hand-off, set SATA to AHCI, and set the memory mode to a more stable setting. (There should be 3 choices, choose the setting that has "stable" or "secure" in its name) Press F10 to save your changes and reboot the system. This time you want to hold down the F12 button to enter the boot device selection screen and choose your flash drive that has the Yosemite install image on it. Press TAB on the keyboard to enter boot flags and enter the following flags without the quotation marks: " -v -x GraphicsEnabler=No nv_disable=1 " Now you should sit back and hopefully you'll boot into the OS X installer and not into a kernel panic. (You'll be at a high risk of kernel panics throughout the installation process, so bear that in mind please) Now you will want to enter the Disk Utility app from the top menu of the OS X installer and erase the Samsung 850 EVO storage device. (You can not make an HFS+ partition alongside any Windows partitions on your SSD) Now you can exit the Disk Utility app by pressing WIN+Q (which equates to the COMMAND+Q on a macintosh keyboard) and you can select the SSD as your target installation drive. Do not customize the Yosemite setup, just click on the SSD as your target installation drive and continue to the most important step of the installation; getting the OS X files on to your SSD. Sit back and relax until the OS X installer prompts you to reboot, and then let it reboot. This time; if you don't have any other OS installation disks inserted into your computer, it should boot into the default Yosemite Zone bootloader. You want to enter the same boot flags as you did on step 4 of this guide. " -v -x GraphicsEnabler=No nv_disable=1 " Now you'll be finishing up the installation of OS X, you don't have to bother setting up with an Apple account since we'll be disabling auto-updates to ensure that any software upgrades won't brick your hackintosh installation. Once you're on the desktop you'll notice a few things: There is no transparency, the resolution is small, QE/CI isn't functioning, audio isn't functioning, and the ethernet isn't functioning. If that's the case, then good. Now you'll want to copy Multibeast from the Yosemite installer flash drive to the OS X desktop and run it. Select DSDT Free from the Quick Start area and then head on over to the Drivers area to select the following: Realtek ALC887 audio (the modern version should suffice), Realtek RTL8111 (version 2.X should suffice), SSD Trim support, and USB 3.0 support. Then you'll want to proceed to the Build tab to install those kexts. Once Yosemite Zone is finished setting things up (the notifications should tell you when it's finished), you'll want to reboot the system and this time you should see a different boot screen. Press the TAB button like before and begin typing in the following boot flags: " -v -f " Now you should have working sound, working ethernet, you should be able to plug in a USB 3.0 device into a USB 3.0 port without OS X freezing up, and you should have TRIM support for your SSD (which helps out heaps when dealing with file transfers). Now you'll want to head on over to Google to grab the Nvidia drivers for OS X and install them. Reboot when prompted and enter the same bootflags as you did in step 14 to get back into the OS X installation. Then you'll want to go into the System Preferences panel and select NVIDIA Driver Manager. Click on the lock icon in the bottom-left corner of the window if the settings are locked, and proceed to select the NVIDIA Web Driver option and reboot again. Use the same boot flags as you did in step 14 and you should notice that most of the graphical glitches are gone and that the screen resolution should now match the monitor's native resolution. You should also see QE/CI functioning and transparency should be enabled. Now to disable auto-updates from messing up your installation of Yosemite, you'll want to head over to the System Preferences panel and select the App Store option. Untick all of the boxes and you should be finished with your installation of OS X Yosemite. Screenshot of a Finished Installation https://cl.ly/442u1S223d2x
  13. Unable to install Yosemite on VirtualBox Hello, I'm not able to install the Yosemite on the my VirtualBox (version 5.1.22 r115126 on a Ms Windows 10 Pro build 15063.250). My notebook is an HP ProBook 4540s with intel Core i5 3230M, Northbridge Intel Ivy Bridge 09, Southbridge Intel HM76, 16 GB RAM, AMD Radeon HD 7650M. The boot end with the following
  14. AMD X4 860K Radeon HD 6670 Hackintosh I am trying to install OSX Yosemite 10.10.1 and after install it restarts, after that it gets stuck at System uptime in nanoseconds 624902976. Sometimes it gets further than that to the grey screen where the spinning beach ball just spins all day long. My current (paragraph) of boot loaders are -v -f npci=0x3000 GraphicsEnabler=No nv_disable=1 PCIRootUID=1 . Once it booted (low resolution) and I restarted and now it won't boot again. :/
  15. Mac os Yosemite install, but not booting I have a HP Envy 15 j004la Intel Core i7 4702MQ (2200 MHz - 3200 MHz) 16GB DDR3 (1600 MHz) LED 15.6" (1920x1080) 6 celdas (2800 mAh | 22100 mV | 62000 mWh) HDD 1TB (5400rpm) NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M (2GB) Intel HD Graphics 4600 (Integrada) I can boot and install mac os, but then i can't boot the Hackintosh because i select de mac os and starts and reboot( I apologize for my english) Here is a video of the problem, if someone can help me <3
  16. Unable To Install Yosemite On My Hp amd Laptop hi !! I have Hp amd Laptop HP 15-ba021ax (AMD A10-9600p 2.3GHz AMD A10-9600P processor 4GB DDR4 RAM 1TB 5400rpm Serial ATA hard drive 15.6-inch screen, AMD Radeon R7 M440 2GB Graphics i Created A bootable USB of Yosemite Latest Version and Boot it Via USB..I tried Lots of Boot flags but every time Installation Stuck at Apple Logo on Starting..Alwaye my Laptop stuck at Apple logo on starting. So, i Requested you to please help me to install Yosemite In mY Hp amd Laptop ... Thank You
  17. Audio noise on startup Installed yosemite in my aspire 5749 . All is playng like a charm but i've got a problem with audio. During sturt up yosemite I hear noise by the mic , after logon and few seconds all come perfect without noise and distortion. How i can solve the mic issue on startup? Thanks to all for the coming help!!!!
  18. Hackintosh can't boot: all kexts assertion failed Worked late on my Yosemite Zone Hackintosh build I've been using for a year now. I peacefully shut it down, and went to sleep. The next morning as I woke up, my Hackintosh didn't want to boot up so I booted in verbose mode (my bootloader is Chimera) to see what's going on. The system did a fsck at the beginning, returning "The volume appears to be OK", after which every single Apple kext prints out an "assertion failed" message which leaves my system hanging. My specs are as follows: ASUS H61M-K ( https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/H61MK/specifications/ ) Intel Celeron G1620 ( https://ark.intel.com/products/71073/Intel-Celeron-Processor-G1620-2M-Cache-2_70-GHz ) AMD Radeon HD6570 ( http://www.amd.com/en-gb/products/graphics/desktop/6000/6570 ) 12GB of DDR3 RAM at 1333MHz 500GB HDD as only internal storage device, partition table (GPT) as follows: EFI Partition (200MB), OSX Partition (100GB), Recovery HD (650MB), Windows 10 Partition (80GB), MSR, Data Partition (250GB FAT32), Ubuntu 16.04 Partition (50 GB) Happens consistently on every reboot, so I can easily reproduce it. Things I've tried: -f flag kext-dev-mode=1 flag toggling GraphicsEnabler combinations of the three above trying to boot from GRUB (though probably fails because my OSX is installed in BIOS mode even though it's a GPT disk, while Windows and Ubuntu are running on UEFI mode) Deleting VoodooHDA.kext, as I've had minor troubles with it a while back None of these helped at all. I do have access to single-user mode though. I've also noticed a strange line of output during verbose, something along the lines of BSD root: major 0, minor 7. Assuming this means disk0s7, does this mean my OSX is trying to boot off the wrong partition (the Ubuntu one) instead, explaining why it fails on all kexts (because they aren't there)? My OSX partition is located at disk0s2. I feel like this has something to do with the issue. I'm just about ready to reinstall OSX entirely, I've already backed up all of my data and ready to wipe the partition if needed, though it would be nice to see if the problem is fixable on its own. Anyone got ideas?
  19. After Upgrade to Yosemite 10.10.5 no correct USB Sound Hello, After I have upgraded to 10.10.5, the sound from the USB sound card does not work properly anymore. The Kext AppleUSBAudio can not find the Kext IOAudioFamily at startup, although it is present and is loaded at startup. Under 10.10.1 everything worked without problem. MacOS should support compatible USB sound card plug and play. In some Kext is probably a mistake. I hope you all can help me. Best regards, Hello
  20. Upgrade to Sierra from Yosemite-Zone Hello there! I am new to hackintoshing, and I just installed Yosemite-Zone on my computer: Dell Inspiron 530 1.99 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 3 GB 664 MHz DDR2 SDRAM NVIDIA GeForce GT 610 1024 MB I was wondering how I could update to Sierra from my existing installation without loosing any data. I tried to use the App Store installer, but when I clicked restart, it stayed with a black screen and the mouse for a long time, until it restarted, but it didn't do anything. I also tried to boot into the drive labeled 'Recovery' but I got a crossed out circle. I was able to boot back into Yosemite, but no Sierra. Any ideas? Thanks! -Nathaniel
  21. Still waiting for root device ... again Hi, this is another question concerning "still waiting for root device". Like many others I feel like I read every tutorial or hint in every forum. I try to boot the yosemite installer from my pen drive, always getting stuck on "still waiting for root device". the pen drive: Kingston data traveler 8GB, created with TransMac, only used with usb 2 ports cpu: AMD Athlon II X2 250 3Ghz board: ASRock N68-VS3 FX chipset: Geforce 7025, southbridge: nforce 630a bios: AMI P1.8 I use the following boot flags: \amd64 -v npci=0x2000 pcirootuid=0 USBBusFix=Yes I get stuck here (Screenshot): https://cl.ly/0J2C1m2Y1l2A Thanks in advance
  22. HDMI audio not working i have just installed yosemite, and everything is fine but the audio does no work on my tv, i use cdmi connection, and the video works fine but no audio; any help?
  23. I need help quickly please read! This Yosemite Hackintosh World is a .raw file strange file and I have to copy it to usb drive and set AHCI mode and everything should go smoothly right? I use transmac to copy raw file to usb? I have a ssd and I shrunk the partition for mac os. This Hackintosh world raw should work on mbr partition correct? I keep getting message PCI Configuration Begin when I try to install yosemite on my computer. By the way I have R9 290 gpu and z97 board.
  24. Black Screeen Boot, No error. Hi! I have tried running a vanilla macOS Sierra Install and it's a little too difficult with the hardware I have so I have decided to try Yosemite-Zone Mobo: Not sure, some Lenovo mobo that came with the PC 4GB RAM CPU: Intel Core i5 3470S @ 2.9Ghz Graphics: Intel Integrated HD 2500 (I know this is only slightly supported in Yosemite) So when booting from the USB in VirtualBox and from my BIOS, it either carries on to boot Windows or says No boot medium. I tried booting Yosemite-Zone.iso in VirtualBox and it didnt boot OSX Installer but I got to the bootloader. The ISO is too big too fit onto a DVD and I tried 'burning' it to USB using rufus but it is an "unsupported image" The reason I would like to use the ISO is because the DMG does not seem to work. Let me add that the USB I tried booting from had Yosemite-Zone.dmg on it from TransMac. Not really sure what else to do, I know this is a useful community so any help is appreciated. Nick
  25. Scrambled web video, Yosemite Zone Hi, Apologies if this has been asked and answered (fingers crossed huh!) but I've searched and can't find anything relating to just this. By and large, graphics work completely fine for me, I have full resolution and its generally clear except for a couple of things: on YouTube - or any other web-based video website, the video comes out scrambled with loads of black lines. Video playing on VLC, however, works completely fine. Also the TonyMac website is really difficult to read as I get random red and yellow bars that move around, and the first couple of lines of text on each forum post are really thick, so characters lose their shape. Finally, some previews in Finder have that strange coloration with bits of red and purple - but not all of them. I'm running a self-built PC with an AMD Athlon II X4 620 processor, Gigabyte MA770T-UD3P mobo, and an Asus Nvidia GT-710 graphics card (had the same problem on a GT-210 which I had in before). Booting with nvda_drv=1 GraphicsEnabler=No (doesn't boot when this is yes) npci=0x2000.
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