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  1. Hi everyone, I'm trying to install Yosemite on a laptop, exactly Asus x55c. any boot flag I use, I always have this problem. please, can anyone tell me where I am wrong? Root device uuid is '092465652 etc.... Please answer me if you can, I have banged this issue for a while! Thank you all
  2. HELP!! Hackintosh Sierra 1st build attemp. Hi,I just wanna seek some advise for my 1st hackintosh build soon-to-be with a macOs Sierra.I currently have a windows 10 build with:Motherboard: ECS Z170-ClaymoreAudio: 8-Channel HD audio CODEC Realtek ALC1150 8-channel High Definition audio CODEC LAN: Realtek DRAGON LAN Chip 8118AS CPU: I5 6400RAM: Vengeance led white 2666 mhz 16gbGPU: Asus Dual GTX 1060 3gb-OCStorage: Kingston 120gb and 1tb seagate hddCooler: Id cooling frostflow 240LWould this be good for a hackintosh? Or do I need to change some parts so it will work, and so which parts should I change? Like the motherboard, is the ethernet supported?Please I need your advise masters!!
  3. Which version of hackintosh will be perfect for me ? With this hardware ..... Motherboard : GA-h81m-s2pv Intel core i3 graphics : intell 4th generaion 4400 I will also put an image of my cpu properties...... Thanks in advance ........!!
  4. Hi everyone! I've been at this for a while now and had no luck whatsoever. I have followed multiple videos and tutorials but I can't get past the initial boot and start the installation process. Is there any chance someone can advise me what files I need to download or tools I need etc... that will work best with my system? If you need my specs, I've attached a screenshot to this post. I really want to be able to use Mac in VirtualBox to test it out, if anyone can give me some advice that would be great! Thanks in advance!
  5. Hello everyone , My name is Michael, and I have been having some issue trying to decide which PC parts will be compatible with OS X Mavericks 10.9 (Niresh Distro of course lol) PC parts that I have chosen so far and I need to make sure that they are that is were you (the viewer/helper) comes in , any help will be much appreciated Part list: - Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-GAMING 7 LGA 1150 - Processor: Intel i3-4330 Dual Core 3.5 ghz - Ram: Corsair Vengence 8gb Ram DDR3 1600 - HDD: WD 1TB Blue - PCU: Corsair CX 430 Watt So if anyone can help at all try to determine if these parts will work that would be awesome and also please contact me on Twitter @Michaelkintner1 if you have any input please on email me @ also another thing is that I am not sure if the Z97 Chipset is compatible with Niresh Hackintosh, but I hope it is and most Gigabyte Motherboards are supported thankfully Thank you for your time, - Michael Kintner P.S. I follow back on Twitter @Michaelkintner1 and @iH8Dr0id