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About KashiroX

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  1. Clover doesn't boot on DP55WB

    Ok, now I can enter Clover menu, but when I try to get to Sierra Install I get prohibition sign. And the text becomes slightly readable but I guess it says "still waiting for root device" or something. I will attach screenshots. Ok now I get this error. I guess it has something to do with my graphics. Could I fix it by adding some .kexts to my clover folder?
  2. Clover doesn't boot on DP55WB

    sorry for taking such a long time to reply, but I was on a vacation. I am attaching my CLOVER folder to this post, hope you can help me CLOVER.zip
  3. Clover doesn't boot on DP55WB

    Anyone? Any suggestions or ideas?
  4. Hello, as the thread name states I have a problem. I can't boot to Clover menu. I once used Snow Leopard on my machine and everything worked fine, but then I got rMBP. I've installed Win10 on the desktop because I needed it for a few things and forgot about it. Now it still runs Win10 but I figured that I want to make a hackintosh and use it when I'm at home and my rMBP elsewhere. Anyway, the desktop is kind of old, here are the specs: Intel DP55WB (updated to the latest 2012/06 BIOS) i7 860 CPU GTX260 So when I boot my PC using Sierra USB (made it with the Flash Drive Maker and latest Clover in Legacy) the screen goes black with a blinking "_" for a few seconds, then for a split of a second I can see Clover with a "scanning entries" text and my PC reboots. Tried various of BIOS settings, tried making USB in UEFI mode - nothing works. Googled a lot. I just have no ideas what to do next - this is why I'm posting, maybe you guys will be able to help me. Can this be because Win10 is installed on my HDD? Thank you. P.S. If I remember correctly, my motherboard doesn't have any USB3 ports and I'm using Transcend's JetFlash 810 USB 3.0 Flash Drive to make a bootable USB drive. Might this be a problem also?
  5. Thanks for your help. I did that but it's all the same - I don't have any internet connection when I turn on my Mac after a shutdown, only after a restart. Also, I noticed that my Mac "doesn't want to save" any changes that I do, for example - sound enhancement in VoodooHDA, or changing my default program for .mp4 files (VLC instad of QuickTime) - it just resets everything back to it's default settings. I really appreciate your help guys, thank you. P.S. Sorry for my bad english - it isn't my first language, I'm from Lithuania
  6. Uhm, how should I do that? I'm sorry but I'm really new to Mac OS X
  7. Hello, first of all I'd like to say that I'm new here, but I'm really happy that I was able to install Mac on my PC, I've always wanted this. Anyway, I have this problem, everything works absolutely great on my hackintosh, but my internet stops working sometimes. I tried many things to fix this but I couldn't and then I saw that it works flawlessly after I reboot my Mac. But if I shut it down and turn on, my kext won't even get recognized (AppleIntelE1000e.kext). Anyway are there any ways to fix this problem? I'm tired of restarting my hackintosh just when I turn it on. Maybe there's a way to trick my hackintosh into thinking that my computer was restarted when it really was turned on? Btw, this never happens when I boot my hackintosh with ##### CD. I'm using Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.8. Thanks in advance!