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babyboi

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  1. Thank you sir! I will try this when I get to home to my Hackintosh. Should I start over from scratch and install Sierra/High Sierra, then replace with your Clover to get USB 3 working?
  2. Hello MaLd0n! I finally got all of my files together and I need your help editing my DSDT. My objective is to enable USB 3.0 and to run full speed on my motherboard. Here is the link to my files due to attachment limitations: https://www.dropbox.com/s/je147pakjyui7ui/Babyboi%27s%20files.zip?dl=0 Note: I did not replace my clover folder with yours as instructed. (I am running El Capitan 10.11.4) My hardware configuration: CPU: Intel i7 7700 MB: Asus Z270G with Wifi/BT Graphics: GTX 980 Case: Phanteks Evolv ATX Storage: 256 GB SATA SSD
  3. @MaLd0n, do you provide DSDT support for El Capitan / 270 chipset / Kaby Lake? I want to make sure I know where to post. Thanks!
  4. I'm also trying to build a hackintosh for audio mixing/recording, but what did you mean by QE/CI is required? Can you elaborate on that?
  5. Hello all, i'm looking to perform an upgrade on my PowerMacG4. I want to replace the 'logic board' with a motherboard so that it can run an intel processor. What is the best way to approach this? Do i need to get: a: new cpu and install on current motherboard b: new motherboard with cpu installed c: new motherboard and a new cpu? questions i have: How do i know what to buy that will be compatible my powermacg4? So basically i just want to run an intel i5 or i7 processor with firewire/usb and to be able to use the original superdrive where i can install at least 8gb of ram I'm almost sure this is my model (i'd have to double check) Can someone shed some light for me?
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