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Hello guys, I'm not new to hackintosh projects, but this time an installation drives me crazy. The main hardware on whitch I'm trying to intall MacOS as follow: MSI X58M Motherboard (MS-7593) Intel W3690 CPU (Gulftown) Graphic card MSI Nvidia GTX 970 I tried both Sierra and High Sierra, but with no luck. I set the mobo bios properly, as follow: Disabled VT-d Hpet disabled Onboard IEEE1394 disabled Com port disabled Sata mode set to AHCI ACPI funcion enabled with S1 standby state The machine reads the pendrive created with [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url], but once the installer launched the installation hangs for a couple of minutes and after that the computer reboots. I noticed that in verbose mode a series of + appears before rebooting, nothing more. I suspect an incompatibility with the motherboard rather then the cpu, since the W3690 matches the Xeon processors. I'd like to know if anyone has run into the same issue, before purchasing a new motherboard or cpu. Any help is highly appreciated. Davide.
FrankWalter posted a topic in OSx86 10.13 (High Sierra)Bello everyone, when I start the installation of macos high sierra I get the error in the title, I use the distro of niresh in legacy mode. Reading many posts I saw that many advised to set FixHeaders in true, ignoring the fact that it was already so I think it does not make any effect because as I'm in legacy mode use chameleon, however I am attached I leave the error screen and below the specifications of my pc. HP Proliant DL380 Gen 7 2 x Intel Xeon E5620 RAM 24 GB ddr3 1066 Raid controller hp p410i with 8 SAS 72 gb 10k (I get the error also without this) Amd rx 470 (I get the error also with integrated) Integrated USB 2.0 4 x Intel gigabit Ethernet (I get the error also without these)
Hey folks, a few years ago i installed the iAtkos L2 on a super micro x7dal dual xeon e5420 ( non- hyper threaded) ; everything worked fine. I recently upgraded hardware to a super micro x8dti-ln4 with dual x5670's ( hyper threading capable cpu). Since i had a bunch of stuff installed and configured for the original hardware, I moved the HD as is to the "new" hardware and it booted just fine; however, the mac designation is still "mac pro early 2008" and only 12 cores (2 x 6 core cpus) showing up. The "new" cpus are hyperthread capable and the macosx should show 24 cores under the cpu usage window. My question is how do i update the SMBios (or which ever) to: 1) enable hyperthreading of the new xeon X5670's 2) show that this is a macpro 4,1 or 5,1 late 2010 thanks in advance