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About JCsHands

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  1. macOS Sierra 10.12.4 is out ...

    After seeing the same AppleACPICPU timing out error I updated to Clover 4035 and it my system is working again.
  2. macOS Sierra 10.12.4 is out ...

    Same here, I have the GA-B85M-DS3H, i5-4570S, and using the iGPU. I'm not with the system now, I know that I have it set to EFI only... I'm hoping you can find an easy fix before I go home to play with it.
  3. You need a Late 2009 iMac or greater. If this is a Hack you can try just modifying your SMBIOS. http://www.apple.com/macos/how-to-upgrade/
  4. OS X El Capitan 10.11 is out ...

    So if I have updated Clover, can I update straight from MAS and go on my way, or do I need to disable rootless?
  5. AppleIntelE1000.kext

    I am trying to use this kext on Yosemite, the kext loads but the device is listed as "unknown" in the PCI section of System Information. It is also listed in the Network Preferences, but doesn't detect that the cable is connected. Has anyone had any luck with this kext on Yosemite? Intel Corporation 82541PI Gigabit Ethernet Controller [8086:107c] (rev 05)
  6. My upcoming hackingtosh build.

    MyHack is awesome. The only time I have had any problems is when I choose the wrong media.
  7. Enable Dark Mode

    I don't know if it's your screenshot or not, but it looks like it's not quite ready for prime time. How do all the menus and windows look?
  8. Boot into Single User Mode, mount the drive "/sbin/mount -us /" move into the /S/L/E directory and then delete all the AppleIntelHD kexts. rm -r AppleIntelHD* Sorry I am on my iPad right now, if you need more help I can post more later.
  9. Just wanted to add that when I see this it is related to my graphics card, so I have to boot into single user mode and delete the intel kext files.
  10. I resolved the issue, I had to remove the Intel Vide drivers. Once those were out of the way it started to work.
  11. I have been using Clover as my bootloader for quite some time now, I was able to install Yosemite, copy the FakeSMC, and later a NullCPU, kext over to the /S/L/E of my new installation, but no matter the combination of flags or boot args, I can't get past this kernel panic. I can boot into single user mode, ensure FakeSMC is running, watch as DSMOS arrive and NVIDIA starts, but then I get the kernel panic and have to restart. Adding some new found information. It looks like the issue has something to do with AppleOSXWatchdog.kext. I am attaching a screenshot, or the video I recorded while trying to catch the actual error. Has anyone else run into this issue? This is on my Dell Vostro 270 CPU: i3-3220 GPU: NVIDIA GT 610 I am attaching my Clover Config, I have been manually modifying the boot args each time to just "kext-dev-mode=1 -s"
  12. Boot Guide

    I don't have the installer open now, but are you able to open the Log Viewer? That would be an easy way to see what is going on.
  13. OS X Yosemite DP's builds!

    Not until "Summer" First day of Summer is June 21st.
  14. OS X 10.10 Yosemite unveiled

    I don't know which will be more exciting, to see the new UI or to see how long it takes before it boots on my Hackintosh.
  15. Wiki

    I would rather see a new hardware database. I don't see the point in having a forum and a wiki, if you want to create a write-up on how to do something, turn it into a forum post.