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Bowler4Ever

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  1. Hey gang, I just wanted to update this real quick. My processor is an Intel Core i5 (Haswell) 4670K running at stock speed (3.4GHz). My wireless adapter light is flashing when it is plugged in, but again, not connecting to any network, even though it detects them. This happens on both my USB 3 and USB 2 ports My clock is still ticking too fast, as well as animations. I am also having issues with my USB 3 ports. Some things are working properly, like my mouse, but my keyboard oddly does not work on USB 3, but works on USB 2. I know the keyboard is receiving power because the keys light up (backlit keyboard), but no data is going through!
  2. Hey, everyone! I recently purchased a new wireless adapter from Belkin, the F9L1101v2, as well as the driver software on Realtek's website. The wireless adapter is detected through the utility and detects my network, but when I put the password in, nothing happens and I am unable to connect. Any ideas on what I can do to get it to connect? PS: I am also having graphics and clock issues, where both are going twice as fast as they should. I know there's a fix for it, but I forgot what the fix was! Could you folks help me with that, too? Thanks! Motherboard info: Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H GFX Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 460 1GB
  3. I can't seem to get my sound working, even with your kexts. Any ideas?
  4. I can't seem to copy the kexts over to the System/Library/Extensions folder, as it is locked. Using a MacBook Pro running OS X 10.9 Mavericks to prepare everything. Pacifist can't copy it, same goes for Finder. The machine to be Hackintoshed is running an Intel Core i5 unlocked Haswell. My first time doing a Hackintosh, so please don't jump all over my newbieness!
  5. Bowler4Ever

    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    Alright, so it's been awhile since I've updated, but I need to alert you that I still have NOT gotten my Hackintosh to work. I'll try to get some video up to show you what's going on in the coming hours/days. I'm trying different things from different sites.
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    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    I flipped that on and off, because when I had it on, I couldn't get the DVD drive to run the installer, but I finally got that going. The problem is now...When I go through the installer (using -v -x) I see a set of these (over 7 lines) of something along the lines of: USBF: 292. 2* AppleUSBOHCI[0x5****00]::CheckSleepCapability - controller will be unloaded across sleep (5 of those lines) OR USBF: 292. 2* AppleUSBOHCI[0x5****00]::InitializeOperationalRegisters Non-NULL hcDoneHead: 0xcfdf1c*0 (* = random digit/letter) and it's now frozen since my keyboard doesn't come back on Also, I cannot boot into Windows now, it keeps BSODing on me
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    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    Well, I finally got the drive formatted in NTFS, and it STILL won't recognize the drive! I'm running out of options (the drive is a slave and the Windows drive is master, along with the DVD-RW drive)
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    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    UPDATE: I ALMOST have it. I think I just need to repartition the drive and Mac OS X will be able to detect the hard drive. It recognized my 320GB Windows drive, so I know I'm on the right track. I had to rearrange the connections on my motherboard so everything would work and also slightly tweak the BIOS. I'm hoping I only have to do the partition/format.
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    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    I was thinking of formatting the drive with MacDrive, but I wasn't sure, so I left is unallocated
  10. Bowler4Ever

    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    Quick update, I snapped pics from verbose mode and also from the Disk Utility and System Profiler apps. Mac OS X DOES recognize the drive in System Profiler, but NOT in Disk utility, even when the drive isn't allocated. Here are the links to these pics. Any help would be fantastic! http://www.flickr.com/photos/bowler4ever/s...57625136547741/ (It's a set)
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    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    Ok, this is odd. I got to the boot partition menu to config the drives...and NONE OF MY DRIVES were displayed. NOTHING! So, I rebooted and decided to unplug my Windows drive (the 320GB SATA) and the 80GB IDE drive...ran it in -v -x and I got a still waiting for boot device error. Now I plugged the Windows drive back in and it is booting again into setup. I go back into Disk Utilities...and there's STILL NO DRIVES. I'm lost...
  12. Bowler4Ever

    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    I'm using the SATA drive, I know from other people that IDE doesn't work
  13. Bowler4Ever

    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    I never had any options pop up besides hit enter or F8... I'll try -v -x in a little bit
  14. Bowler4Ever

    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    I already tried it, this is, it goes through just fine, but then I get the blank gray screen and the spinny beach ball on the upper left hand corner, and it does nothing else.
  15. Bowler4Ever

    New Hackintosher, Need Ideas/Help

    Alright, so I started to do the Hackintosh (using iPC), and I got to a gray screen, and it has been gray with the spinny beach ball for about 20 minutes now. Any ideas on what is going on?
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