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#2149775 10.10.4 final is out!

Posted by bluenote56 on Today, 10:22 AM

Btw I want to thank all the stuff here, with your guides and suggests I have a build with a very, very old mobo that’s perfectly running Yosemite 10.4. This is real fun.InsanelyMac rocks!!   Attached Thumbnails

#2146466 ludox promosso a Global Moderator

Posted by bluenote56 on 19 June 2015 - 01:51 PM


#2145675 OS X 10.10.4 Public Beta 2 and Beta 6 for Devs - Build 14E36B

Posted by bluenote56 on 16 June 2015 - 09:35 PM

yep.. everything's ok Attached Thumbnails

#2145263 OS X El Capitan 10.11

Posted by bluenote56 on 15 June 2015 - 01:39 PM

anch'io ho provato sia con Chameleon che con Enoch ma come chiaramente scritto sul forum non è ancora pronto per avviare 10.11. Aspettiamo e un saluto a incontinentia deretana  :D

#2144158 Clover General discussion

Posted by bluenote56 on 12 June 2015 - 11:52 AM

Next year coming to Montreal ?  Me, You and Carmine Are going to the little Italy for dinner  and going in Russian district for super  :thumbsup_anim:  :lol:  well guys if you ever come to Italy we'll have lunch at home and here (with friends) it means at least 3 hours (wine side effects not included) lol have a great time p.s. forgive my off topic pics Attached Thumbnails

#2130073 [NEW]_USB Installer_OS X Yosemite Chameleon_r2679 v10

Posted by bluenote56 on 22 April 2015 - 06:13 AM

Ciao chris1111 I want to share that I could eventually succeed in installing Yosemite on a very, very old mobo (see pic) with your guide as I already did on other builds.  If anyone has the same old HP Desktop I would be pleased to give him feedback. The bad side is that both on my gigabyte builds and on this one Preview doesn't work. It opens the files but if you edit them somehow you end with a messed useless thing.In this latest build I have also some problems with mouse scrolling but it's not that bad. I'm sure I'll find a way to fix it. Thanks   Attached Thumbnails

#2106410 Aggiornamento OS X Yosemite 10.10.2

Posted by bluenote56 on 28 January 2015 - 04:18 PM

sono usciti sia i nuovi driver Nvidia 343.02.02f01 che CUDA 6.5.45 se può servire

#2103744 How to run Windows 10 on your Mac for free

Posted by bluenote56 on 17 January 2015 - 10:20 PM

Hi, I just would like to tell that to add more features (like USB2) there is the VirtualBox 4.3.20 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack http://download.virt...96.vbox-extpack (for the suggested 4.3.20 vers.)  Everything works like a charm. Ciao

#2103246 Show Your OS X Desktop!

Posted by bluenote56 on 15 January 2015 - 08:34 PM

I founded some.. hope you like it too.. hi-reszip added Attached Thumbnails Attached Files  03685_jonesbeachsunrise_1920x1080.jpg.zip 1.9MB 6 downloads  03806_samosirviewoflaketoba_1920x1080.jpg.zip 1.21MB 6 downloads

#2103180 How to run Windows 10 on your Mac for free

Posted by bluenote56 on 15 January 2015 - 05:28 PM

Yeah! Attached Thumbnails

#2103117 How to run Windows 10 on your Mac for free

Posted by bluenote56 on 15 January 2015 - 02:27 PM


#2102724 Pre-release OS X Yosemite 10.10.2

Posted by bluenote56 on 13 January 2015 - 05:58 PM

Yeah, but frankly I would rather pay $20 or even more if Apple would invest more in their QC and deliver a relatively bug free experience. Most of the problems are not hackintosh specific anyways and therefore no real extra challenge imho. Also do not forget that there are also people who do actual work with their machines!  I like tinkering with my hack (but not toooo much), but that does not pay my bills ;) Yes you're right. I don't use my main HD to test and since I use my build to work at home (audio/video) I agree with you. I'm ready to pay for a good OS as I've being doing for many years buying Apple products till they changed from PPC to Intel. Then I entered the Hackintosh world and I must say I could save a lot of money and have great machines to work with. But every coin has two sides so also the hackintosh world has its price I mean we must always work on it. It's not for the everyday user by my point of view. Just an opinion of course. Ciao

#2101410 [NEW]_USB Installer_OS X Yosemite Chameleon_r2679 v10

Posted by bluenote56 on 07 January 2015 - 10:19 AM

Ciao Chris I just wanted you to know that thanks to your guide and with some little adjustments I could install Yosemite also on my other system on GA Z68X UD3H B3 still with F12 Bios and without Clover. I posted how in the right section (I hope). Thanks again.

#2101405 GA Z68X-UD3H-B3 Yosemite Installation (Success)

Posted by bluenote56 on 07 January 2015 - 09:35 AM

Hi I’m posting this hoping it can be useful for the owners of a GA Z68X UD3 HB3 motherboard.I’ve been trying to install Yosemite on this system for a long time without success since I always got stuck on the usual PCI configuration begin etc..I was using my Yosemite Chameleon USB that I had prepared following the guide by chris1111 here in the forum and that I had already used with success on my GA Z77X UP4 TH.Well after reading everywhere to search for a solution, I eventually succeeded in installing it still on F12 Bios and without Clover, using old AppleACPIPlatform.kext from 10.9.5  and installing it on my USB Yosemite with Kext Wizard.Then I rebooted again from the USB, chose the new Yosemite HD and as soon as I reached the desktop I installed latest Chameleon boot loader. Then after the usual Apple procedure and always with Kext Wizard, I installed the following Kexts: AppleACPIPlatform.kext (from 10.9.5), NullCPUPowerManagement.kext, RealtekRTL8111.kext, GenericUSBX...

#2097018 Pre-release OS X Yosemite 10.10.2

Posted by bluenote56 on 22 December 2014 - 08:47 AM

Well, it DOES bug me and it is not really strange, just a huge shift of focus. And due to the fact that QC is not remotely as important to Apple as it once was. 10.10 is a great example of this. Just read the comments on the Apple Store ... So if you need OS X for real work, it should bug you too ;)   Yeah, I know Apple since ca 1989. Yes, they have changed. A lot. They are no longer a Computer Company, but now a maker of entertainment electronics, and that shows. In former times they have made great tools for professionals, now they make devices mainly intended for consuming, not creating. Problem: despite of that, OS X is still the best solution (at least for the type of work I am doing). But for how long, and even more important: what will be the alternative? I still do not see one. Linux? Even Windows? Meh. Yes, they have changed and I'm someone who got addicted to Mac for professional reasons, many many years ago. Actually, though bugs or whatever...

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