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Denicio posted a topic in Installation GuidesIntroduction This is a step-by-step guide for installing macOS Sierra 10.12.x on ASRock H170M-ITX/ac utilizing the onboard Intel HD530 GPU. Sorry for not elaborating like you’re reading a novel of some sort, but I think this is for your own benefit. Here are the details of my personal build: - ASRock H170M-ITX/ac (BIOS v7.00) - Core i3-6100 @ 3.7GHz - 16GB RAM @ 2133MHz - Onboard HD530 via HDMI - Mini PCIe BCM94352HMB Wifi+BT My experience with this system after 4 - 5 months of daily development usage (Xcode, Web etc.) is this: It's most definitely a very stable system if you don't mind the well known Hackintosh plague, which is the absence of Sleep functionality. Highly recommended. Prerequisites - Maccie, a working Macintosh or Hackintosh computer, or even a macOS VM on Windows. - Hackie, your to-be Hackintosh computer. - Installie, a USB disk with capacity of 16GB or more. Create the Install Disk A) Download Install macOS Sierra.app from the AppStore on Maccie. Insert a USB disk on Maccie and open Disk Utility. Select your USB disk, select Erase, add Installie as its name and press Erase. C) Run the following command from Terminal: sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Installie --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app --nointeraction D) Once more, rename your USB disk to Installie and execute Clover_v2.4k_r4049.pkg. Select Installie USB disk as target, then proceed to the customization step. E) Select nothing but Install for UEFI booting only, Install Clover in the ESP, and OsxAptioFix2Drv-64 from Drivers64UEFI menu. F) Installie's EFI partition is now mounted. Overwrite EFI/CLOVER/config.plist with the config.plist file attached to this post. G) Copy all attached kexts to EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other, copy SSDT-2.aml to EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched. OS X Installation H) Your Installie USB disk is now ready, plug it in on Hackie. I) Press Del key to enter Hackie’s BIOS. On the Exit menu, execute Load UEFI Defaults, then enable XHCI Handoff. J) On Boot menu, set your first boot device to UEFI: BrandName XYZ, Partition 1. Save everything and exit. K) On Clover menu, select the macOS Installer entry, and after a couple of minutes you should be in the macOS Sierra installer. L) Open Disk Utility, and format Hackie's internal HDD or SDD just like on step B, but this time name it Macintosh HD. M) Continue with the installation on Macintosh HD until Hackie is restarted. Then, the second part of the installation will continue. N) On the last restart, this time boot from your newly created Macintosh HD. Finalize O) With some luck you should be now customizing your Hackie's first run. P) Repeat steps D, E, F, G but this time make sure you apply everything on Macintosh HD. Q) Remove Installie from USB port, and restart Hackie. R) The end. Extra Points S) If you own a SSD, paste the following on Terminal in order to enable TRIM support: sudo trimforce enable T) Replace VBoxHfs-64.efi with HFSPlus-64.efi in drivers64UEFI. It's proprietary, but it's faster. Notes - You should replace the default Intel Wifi+BT Mini PCIe card with the BCM94352HMB or something equally compatible. - Sleep does not work yet (see post #2 for output). - Keep in mind that this is a WIP, any input from you will be much appreciated. - Make sure to mention the lettering of the step in question and the description of your problem using as much detail as possible. ASRock_H170M_ITX_ac_v12.zip
Hello! Long story short: a couple of weeks ago I built a custom pc (see signature), installed 10.11.2, fixed a couple of this that weren't working and then updated to 10.11.3. It all went quite smooth (the last hackintosh I built was 6 years ago with iAkintosh or something on a netbook, and things were.. complicated). The system was running all nice and fast without any problem at all, until.. Random reboots started appearing. I didn't installed/change any kext after the usual post-install. It is really all working: iMessage, WiFi, Bluetooth, Nvidia, Sleep/Wake, USB 3, etc. I only get random reboots pretty much everyday (and when it happens, multiple times a day). I investigated the following cases/issues: Bad RAM: maybe.. Maybe yes: memtest always reports different amounts of RAM (rebooted in two occasions), "About this Mac" randomly displays correct memory frequency, sometimes before a kernel panic occurs apps start to crash and can't be reopen (then the system restarts); Maybe no: under heavy memory load the system doesn't reboot, and I game on Windows under heavy load without any problem; Bad power management: maybe too..? Maybe yes: Intel power gadget can't recognize CPU (CPU not supported), original DSDT (F4 on clover boot) have an error I can't resolve; Maybe no: the reboots are random, sleep/wake doesn't increase or decrease them, and I put OS X under heavy load too; Wrong kext/driver: really don't know, didn't installed anything kext-related after the first installation but never say never. I know Skylake is not fully supported but hey, everything was working fine. Also, I can not update clover.. Connection is there but when I click "check now" nothing happens (updated fine before). I tried fixing permissions and rebuild kext cache, nope, keeps rebooting. I made an SSDT with SSDTPRgen and put in clover patched folder, keeps rebooting. At this point I don't have any clue on where to look/patch, so I'm posting here the last 7 panic reports with the hope that someone, somehow will be able to help me, thank you very much, panic 1.rtf panic 2.rtf panic 3.rtf panic 4.rtf panic 5.rtf panic 6.rtf panic 7.rtf