In these days I'm trying to install macOS Sierra on my PC with also Windows installed.
My hardware isn't exactly brand new: Intel Core 2 Quad q8600, 7GB ram and nVidia GTS450 1GB on an Asus P5Q SE, so no UEFI avaible.
I'd like to install macOS on a 64GB Lexar USB 3 inserted in my USB 3 PCI-e x1 module, but my mobo doesn't see the device (incompatible bios?), I can see that only in Windows.
My idea is to install a boot loader (Chameleon? Clover?) on a USB 2 stick connected directly to the motherboard and from that boot the MacOS on the Lexar USB 3 or Windows from my HDD. Is that possible? Clover or Chameleon could see my PCI-e module?
Now, I was out of hackintosh scene for a while, I know that many things changed in these years, so sorry if I asked something obvious.
Notice: This is used for none-Intel chipset USB3.0 controllers.
The AppleUSBXHCI.kext is based on Zenith432's patch.
Install this to /System/Library/Extensions/IOUSBFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns.
Or use Clover's KextsToPatch with the following Binary patch.
Binary patch description (Hex & Assembly Codes):
Chipset Compatible List: (Work/Not-work)
Please give me some feedback, if your chipset is not on the list, or if there is something wrong about the list.
If this driver is not working for you, restore the original AppleUSBXHCI.kext and check out Zenith432's GenericUSBXHCI.kext.