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  1. Need help with CCC cloning one hackintosh to another.

    Hey there, Thanks for the reply. I tried booting with both -v -f GraphicsEnabler=Yes and -v -f GraphicsEnabler=No and both came back with what looks like a lot of kext issues? I should also say again that I do have access to the cloned system drive as I can boot from another OS system in the same computer I'm trying to put the cloned one in. So I could essentially make any changed to the kexts, plists etc... I hope that helps. Thanks.
  2. Need help with CCC cloning one hackintosh to another.

    Thanks again for your reply. I guess the problem is, I'm not 100% sure of all of the changes I would have to make in order to get it fully up and running. I could uninstall Pro Tools, but I'm sure there must be other things. Also, I should let you know (in case this helps you help me) that on the computer I want to put the clone onto, I have another bootable backup of the system that is currently on there on a completely separate drive. This allows me to boot into that system and access the problematic cloned drive to make any changes ie: install the proper DSDT, boot plist, remove or add kexts etc... So far I have installed the proper DSDT for my motherboard. I even tried to use the same boot plist from the system that does boot up fine in that computer. Any more suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks so much.
  3. Need help with CCC cloning one hackintosh to another.

    Thanks for the reply. I'm not sure I fully understand. What do you mean by correctly injecting? I'm also not sure what you mean by booting the new drive in the old machine and then making the changes. There must be something simple I'm missing in order to get this up and running.
  4. Hey, I made a CCC clone of one OS on one hackintosh and put it onto a formatted partition on another hackintosh. I didn't expect it to be that easy though since both hackintoshs do not share the same hardware. I then installed the bootloader and the appropriate DSDT for my motherboard. This is what I'm getting at boot. I'm sure I'm very obviously missing something crucial. The hackintosh I cloned: Motherboard: MSI Z77 Thunderbolt atx Motherboard w/ usb 3.0 and Sata III Intel i7 3770k 4-Core (8-core) 3.5GHz CPU LGA1155 Socket (Newest Generation CPU) NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 2047MB The hackintosh I want to put the clone onto: Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 Intel Core i7-2600K ASUS EAH6850 Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
  5. Hey all, I'm looking for some help here. My hackintosh was working perfectly fine. I had OS X installed on one drive and Windows installed on another. I could boot to both of them just fine. I needed to format my 32-bit Windows 7 drive so I could install Windows 7 64 bit for a video game. After installing Windows, my hackintosh would automatically boot into Windows. This told me that the bootloader was possibly broken and needed to be reinstalled. I burned the latest edition of [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] and booted from the cd. This gave me the option to choose what system I wanted to boot into. I chose my OS X system and it briefly showed the grey apple screen and then the computer restarted. I can't get it to stop doing this. I have tried -v -x -f PCIRootUID=0 GraphicsEnabler=Yes and No. I can't figure out why anything would have been changed. Does anybody know what may have happened and how I can fix this? Thanks a lot.
  6. Hey all, I'm trying to get an HDMI monitor and a VGA monitor to play nice with each other to eventually have a dual monitor set up. Is this doable with the Nvidia GT 640 2GB card? I've heard some things about people having trouble getting dual monitors to work with VGA being one of the connections. I'll have to go out and buy a whole new monitor if I can't get it working. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks!
  7. Hey all, So I've been trying my best to get 3 monitors working together. One connected via HDMI, one connected to the Displayport via VGA-Displayport adapter and the other with DVI. I can't find a combo that works 100%. Something strange that is happening is when I have them connected as stated above, all 3 work perfectly when all 3 are on. When I switch off the HDMI, the main display (DVI) shrinks and there are black borders around it. The second monitor (VGA to Displayport) remains the same. This also happens when I shutdown, disconnect the HDMI and reboot. Only when all 3 are on is when they all display properly. I want the ability to switch off the HDMI because it doubles as my TV so I have to change the input when I want to watch TV. I'm thinking this much have something to do with either the DVI connection or the VGA to Displayport connection because eliminating the HDMI does not solve the issue. Any thoughts? Ideas? Much appreciated. Thanks!
  8. Introduce yourself

    Hey all I'm new to these forums and new to everything hackintosh. I hope to jump into this community head first and learn a lot in the process. Thanks for having me! Cheers!