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In Topic: Clover OS X El Capitan USB

19 October 2015 - 07:43 PM

Hi Chris:

Thank you so much for the installation. It's easy to use and very handy. 


My motherboard has a Killer E2200 LAN so I have to disable LAN fix on the Clover fix mask to boot to the installation. Hope this helps anyone who has the same problem. 

In Topic: OS X El Capitan Test Thread

28 June 2015 - 05:48 AM

Are there any performance improvements on our Hackintoshes? Or are those improvements only available for real macs?

I see a clear improvement with large PDF files ( mine is around 200 MB )


My GUI is a lot smoother on a GTX 650.

Mine shows a lot of improvement too on R9  270x 


My config: 

Core i7 4790k

Gigabyte gaming 3 

ALC 1150 sound with patched appleHDA, audio ID 1

R9 270x


Everything works perfectly. 

In Topic: Can't get my hackintosh to boot from clover

22 October 2014 - 06:15 AM

Hey Brian, we are in the same boat. Here is what I did: 

- Back up your data or just get a new SSD 

- Format the darn thing, 1 partition with GPT , Mac OS extended Journaled. For some reasons, I was never able to get rid of Chameleon bootloader without problem, so I formatted the whole thing and start from scratch. 

- Install Yosemite from USB ( you can use the Uni%^$$&$# thing from Tony$&*%^$&* to make USB installer if you want) 

- Using that USB to boot to your newly installed SSD 

- Install Clover onto SSD. Pick the options that works with your system. (install clover to ESP, RC scripts ...). Remember to migrate the Kexts  to Clover folder ( fakesmc, etc...)

You should be able to boot from clover. Since I switch to clover, I get a boost of 5-10% performance wise, especially OpenGL compared to Chameleon. 

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