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  1. PerkyMango

    Realtek 8111E on 10.10

    Hey guys, I recently (today) installed Mac OS 10.10 and I can't get ethernet working. I use the motherboard's default ethernet. The ethernet is Realtek 8111E and it worked fine on Mavericks, but now that I'm on Yosemite, it won't work like it did on mavericks. The page on OSx86 said it would soon have support, but I can't wait. I'm currently using a last minute setup. I used my jailbroken iPhone 5 with TetherMe and I set it to host wifi over USB. Plus, this won't work out much longer. Any help is appreciated. Thank you. P.S: How do I set ethernet built in on clover? (If I can get this fixed soon) P.P.S: I have tried NullEthernet.kext (Nothing) P.P.P.S: I'm writing a guide on how to install OS X Yosemite on a hackintosh. Thanks! P.P.P.P.S: I can attach any files necessary.
  2. ErmaC

    News! Pandora's Box Beta2 is OUT

    Pandora's Box beta2 Pandora's Box is a new Tool that can be used to create your own installer for Lion 10.7, Mountain Lion 10.8 and newly arrived Mavericks 10.9 from either the retail app or its .dmg image file. Also included is a post-installation utility to apply additional fixes after installing or updating OS X. These features are great, but you will see Pandora's Boxbeta2 also adds some additional functionality to the installation process. Since much of the configuration and customization can be done during the OS X installation process, once completed, you can immediate boot into your newly working OS X install without any additional setup. Pandora's Boxbeta2 is available for download in our Downloads Section Here is the complete change log from Beta1: Newly designed interface with preference and settings Added HTML Credits System integrated directly into Pandora Added the Help manual (integrated in OS X) Added Sparkle Software (self Update of Pandora's Box) Added support for OS X 10.9 Mavericks DP1 Added check for missing MBR patch (to continue in GUID) Fixed bugs with bootloader in post-install Fixed bugs with creating the Recovery HD partition Fixed bug with missing AppleIntelE1000.kext installation Added kernel flags and Intel HD4000 support to the bootloader options Added modules for Enoch bootloader Enlarged Laptop section, with two different kexts for battery support, LegacyAGPM.kext for better power management of Nvidia cards (different for Lion and ML). AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext patch, available during installation Added log system (during installation and post-installation), with "notifications" in ML and Mavericks. Added RTC patch for Mavericks Added GenericUSBXHCI.kext, for Lion, ML and new build for Mavericks Added AppleATIATA.kext (ATI PATA and SATA controllers) Switch from Trim patches to Trim Enabler.app for non-Apple SSD Added latest HWmonitor stuff from kozlek project (FakeSMC.kext, Plugins and HWmonitor.app) Added Rotate Daemon (fix for AMD7000 cards) Added OpenCL patches for Lion and ML in differents cards/OS X versions Added Intel HD4000-HD3000 support on 6/7 Series chipset Added Desktop version of LegacyAGPM.kext for better power management of Nvidia cards (different for Lion and ML). Added Repair permission and rebuild caches on others Volumes Added Backup Hackintosh files function Improve stability on each OS X versions when creating the Pandora System Options (on the fly). Deleted the ACPI folders, now the .aml tables can leave into InsanelyBox directly. Other minor bug fixes Watch and Participate to the Beta2 Testing here: Pandora's Box (Beta 2 Testing) InsanelyMac Staff
  3. Pandora's Box beta2 Pandora's Box is a new Tool that can be used to create your own installer for Lion 10.7, Mountain Lion 10.8 and newly arrived Mavericks 10.9 from either the retail app or its .dmg image file. Also included is a post-installation utility to apply additional fixes after installing or updating OS X. These features are great, but you will see Pandora's Boxbeta2 also adds some additional functionality to the installation process. Since much of the configuration and customization can be done during the OS X installation process, once completed, you can immediate boot into your newly working OS X install without any additional setup. Pandora's Boxbeta2 is available for download in our Downloads Section Here is the complete change log from Beta1: Newly designed interface with preference and settings Added HTML Credits System integrated directly into Pandora Added the Help manual (integrated in OS X) Added Sparkle Software (self Update of Pandora's Box) Added support for OS X 10.9 Mavericks DP1 Added check for missing MBR patch (to continue in GUID) Fixed bugs with bootloader in post-install Fixed bugs with creating the Recovery HD partition Fixed bug with missing AppleIntelE1000.kext installation Added kernel flags and Intel HD4000 support to the bootloader options Added modules for Enoch bootloader Enlarged Laptop section, with two different kexts for battery support, LegacyAGPM.kext for better power management of Nvidia cards (different for Lion and ML). AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext patch, available during installation Added log system (during installation and post-installation), with "notifications" in ML and Mavericks. Added RTC patch for Mavericks Added GenericUSBXHCI.kext, for Lion, ML and new build for Mavericks Added AppleATIATA.kext (ATI PATA and SATA controllers) Switch from Trim patches to Trim Enabler.app for non-Apple SSD Added latest HWmonitor stuff from kozlek project (FakeSMC.kext, Plugins and HWmonitor.app) Added Rotate Daemon (fix for AMD7000 cards) Added OpenCL patches for Lion and ML in differents cards/OS X versions Added Intel HD4000-HD3000 support on 6/7 Series chipset Added Desktop version of LegacyAGPM.kext for better power management of Nvidia cards (different for Lion and ML). Added Repair permission and rebuild caches on others Volumes Added Backup Hackintosh files function Improve stability on each OS X versions when creating the Pandora System Options (on the fly). Deleted the ACPI folders, now the .aml tables can leave into InsanelyBox directly. Other minor bug fixes Watch and Participate to the Beta2 Testing here: Pandora's Box (Beta 2 Testing) InsanelyMac Staff Click here to view the article
  4. Bem, decidi abrir esse tópico para explicar para os novatos e para alguns interessados como o Forum funciona na parte administrativa. Antes de mover para o acesso publico quero saber a opinião de vocês sobre isso, o que acham? O que inseri é basicamente o que está descrito para nós na seção Inglês do Forum Staff e outros locais. Para o publico: Para este Forum permanecer organizado e agradável para todos, temos alguns membros que voluntariamente se colocam a disposição para ajudar. Um lugar organizado requer obviamente uma administração constante e confiável. Por isso neste Fórum temos equipes (Staff) que são divididos nas seguintes posições: Administradores - Esses cuidam do Forum como um todo, tanto com os membros e a manutenção constante para manter o Forum no ar. É uma enorme responsabilidade, por isso é raro ver esses membros ajudando outros com suas duvidas sobre Hackintosh. Tech Team - Como o nome já diz, são o time técnico do nosso Forum. Os mesmos juntos com os Administradores cuidam da implementação de novos recursos para o Forum, um exemplo: nosso novo Chat usando protocolo IRC. E da manutenção do Forum como um todo. Use este email caso precise: contact@insanelymac.com Supervisores - São membros da Staff que tem 2 tipos de acessos. Assim como os moderadores globais eles moderam todos os Forums. Também possuem acesso ao Painel de Controle Administrativo - sigla em Inglês para (ACP) Admin Control Panel. Estes tem atividades administrativas, como trocar um endereço de email de algum usuário, validar contas (caso você não consiga ativar sua conta no modo “normal” - você recebe um email para validar sua conta, mas caso isso não aconteça, poderá solicitar um outro login ou email), e muitas outras coisas. No ponto de vista de um usuário comum, um membro Tech Team e Supervisor pode fazer quase tudo o que um Administrador faz. E para estes só devemos enviar mensagens pessoais (PM) para tirar duvidas administrativas e não sobre Hackintosh. Duvidas sobre Hackintosh devem ser sempre feitas no Forum. Moderadores Globais - Estes membros cuidam de todos os Forums, removendo conteúdo ofensivo/abusivo, ou ajudando um usuário em diversos assuntos, como aprovar um arquivo para entrar na seção Downloads. Moderadores Locais (Local Moderators) - São moderadores de um Forum especifico, tanto em Forums de um determinado idioma ou um Forum especifico da cena Hackintosh. News Team - Membros que postam novidades sobre a cena Hackintosh, tanto na pagina inicial do Site ou na seção Reader News and Reviews. Esses membros que estão nestas posições não são melhores do que ninguém, eles apenas se disponibilizam voluntariamente (não ganham dinheiro) para ajudar vocês. Afinal, toda a cena Hackintosh é um apenas um Hobby. As doações são totalmente direcionadas para a manutenção do Forum, como serviços de hospedagem, banco de dados, pagamento do domínio e etc… Por isso as doações são importantes, você ajuda essa comunidade a melhorar cada dia mais. E você ganha também. Se precisarem reportar algo, como alguma ofensa por parte de qualquer um, cliquem no botão “REPORT”, o mesmo está abaixo do seu Avatar. E seu “report” será analisado por nossa equipe de moderação. E caso queira entrar em contato de maneira mais pessoal sobre um assunto especifico, acessem a seção The Moderating Team e entre em contato com algum membro da Staff.
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