I've been reading in the sidebar about fixing my imessage and stuff, i recently installed 10.11 on my laptop. everything works fine except that. I don't know if it's because I installed it on VM or not, but I don't know anything about Clover or Chimera. I know how to install the images, and I usually go from there. (I learned some of Linux thru VMs.) So, am I missing something? I just don't know how to get it to work. I was able to sign into my iCloud and stuff when I logged on, but yeah. I'm aware that this is probably a question asked a lot. I went to tonymacx86 site but it was really confusing, and I understand what the thread on here is saying, but I don't have Clover.

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This is my first time posting here. I need some serious help trying to fix this screw up. I have a hackintosh on Yosemite 10.10.5 with clover bootloader. I was trying to get Protools 10 to install so I tried to trick the computer by going into systemversion.plist and changing it to 10.9.1 so that Protools would recognize and start installing. Well it didn't open the Protools installer and so I changed the system version back to 10.10.5 quit out of terminal and now when I try to boot into my system hard drive in clover it stops half way during the load and freezes with a white pinwheel on black background. I fear I just broke it. Any help suggestions?

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I finally decided to take the plunge and attempt a hackintosh of my own.

Pertinent specs:

  • i7 4790k
  • EVGA GTX 970x2 (SLI)
  • EVGA Z97 Classified motherboard (Sound Blaster Creative Sound Core 3D) http://ift.tt/1HLjTQ6

And it lives! Nvidia drivers installed fine. CPU runs about 10 degrees lower than Windows and that is great.

However, I'm having trouble getting audio to register. For now, I have a bluetooth speaker (surprisingly a USB bluetooth dongle works out of the box) so I'm okay for now.

I've tried all 3 of the Voodoo driver option in Multibeast to no avail.

Googling hasn't found anything useful in this regard.

Is it possible to use Nvidia's HDMI output for sound as well? That's what I do on Windows for the speakers.


EDIT: Found the solution!


I'm not sure if I was supposed to install this alongside the Multibeast method, but installing/restarting worked!

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I rocked a Hackintosh (several, actually) exclusively from 2009 through 2012 before finally giving up and switching to a legit Mac Mini. I mostly loved my Hackintoshes but got too frustrated at the egregious amount of time and hassle necessary to upgrade the OS -- including even simple point releases. System upgrades popping up in the update center became a time of high anxiety. It wasn't worth it and so I switched back to the legit world.

Well... I'm getting very irritated at the state of Apple hardware again and am casting my eye back towards the Hackintosh route.

What I want to know, though, is if the upgrade fiascos are a relic of the past or if it still remains a notable point of contention even today, with the latest Hackintosh loaders and such?

That is, if I build a Hackintosh with very well known parts, could I expect to be able to upgrade the OS with impunity from now on?

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I accidentally clicked on "Boot Windows from HDD" and now when I try to normally boot into windows, it opens up GNU Grub and tries and shows me booting into either Elementary OS or Windows 8 (but I have windows 10). And then whenever I try to shut down my computer from the start button in Windows, it won't let me shut it off. What in the world is going on?

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