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  1. In questa guida vi spieghero come risolvere il "Missing bluetooth controller" e/o "Boot0 done" su ati 7xxx. Missing Bluetooth Controller: Per chi non avesse già installato una versione di OS X, può creare il proprio "installer" da windows seguendo questa guida; Al termine dell'installazione eseguiamo il boot da clover con le seguenti "flag": -x -v Configuriamo l'account utente e, una volta giunti alla scrivania, riavviamo; Dopo il riavvio eseguiamo il boot con: -s Successivamente digitiamo in sequenza: mount -uw / cd /System/Library/Extensions mkdir intel_back mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF* intel_back/ touch ../Extensions reboot Una volta riavviato il sistema installeremo tutti i kext necessari. Boot0 done con Chameleon: Scarichiamo l'ultima versione di chameleon che possiamo trovare nell'area download ed installiamola; Scarichiamo MyHack (Cerca con google); Estraiamolo ed avviamolo; Selezioniamo "Installazione Chameleon"; Riavviamo. Good Hackintosh Ringrazio @carbo178 e @friscos
  2. Hello everyone. Ever since I built my Hack back in 2012, it was my main computer, running smoothly except for sometimes when it hung with a nasty beep in audio (probably either kX drivers or bad RAM or GPU). Yesterday I updated from 10.9 to 10.9.3 and after fiddling with graphics kexts I was back to work again. Today I was doing nothing but listening to some music in iTunes, and when I tried to copy a track from a playlist with an applescript from Doug's, it did, but opening Finder to the folder where I copied it left me with an empty window with a spinning wheel. Suddenly all tabs in Chrome started crashing, then QuicklookUIHelper crashed too. Any attempt to restart Chrome left out with a crash instantly. I did a hard-poweroff and when I tried to boot, it went up to where it checks the HDD and then shut down (with the proper 'CPU halted' and such). I powered it back on and it shown me '/mach_kernel not found'. With kernelcache it booted and powered off just the same. I got a 10.9 USB and copied mach_kernel from it using Single-user mode. Then I started with ignoring caches. It showed me a lot of lines, but then still, it boots up to the fsck disk check, then shows a 'FIPS POST Integrity Error' and halts. Also when booting via single-user, I notice that /var is missing. Is this even recoverable or my only option is backing up all work data and music collection (that will be 500+ gigabytes, yuck!) and reinstalling? Tried almost all combinations of boot-args in addition to my standard '-v npci=0x2000 PCIRootUID=1 GraphicsEnabler=Yes (tried No as well) darkwake=1'. Thanks in advance!
  3. Hi. First of all I've read topic where Frank Nitty tried to install Mac OS from USB flash drive in this thread Thread. I have another situation. So, first thing that happened is I had the same error message when updated my hackintosh from 10.12 to 10.13 (from AppStore as always). But I've solved it by changing ProductName from 14,1 to 18,1 in SMBIOS section of config.plist Now I am trying to update from 10.13 to 10.13.1 and 18,1 does not help now. I get error "The path /System/Installation/Packages/OSInstall.mpkg appears to be missing or damaged" every time after files copying, and rebooting by installer. I've tried next ideas already: run the terminal command sudo NVRAM -c to reset my NVRAM before installing/upgrading High Sierra. Try Clover r4220+ (I have 4268) and remove FirmwareFeatures/FirmwareFeaturesMask/PlatformFeature and BIOS version/release date/Board-ID data from config.plist/SMBIOS to allow Clover to inject up to date values. Update to @Slice's latest FakeSMC v3.50. And also unplugged another drives with EFI from motherboard So, I cannot understand what I can do now, I think I've tried everything I could find on forums. Please help me to solve this. Thank you!
  4. epicbreaker

    com.apple.Boot.plist Missing

    Hey, My Hackintosh does not have the com.apple.Boot.plist in /Extra nor SystemConfiguration . This was a clean install with no errors. So, i am not sure why this has happened. I am also not sure about downloading one in case it breaks my system. Please could someone give me some advice Thanks