The CPU seems to have been working because the fan has not stopped. After installing Pandora can not enter the system, can see the disk, go to the screen display +++++++++++ and will restart. DSDT fix I watched the forum tutorial, no me w...
I hope the master to help me very grateful
Create the USB installer for macOS 10.12 Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion or Lion, Installs Enoch or Clover, edit/create/generate the config.plist or o.c.B.p, SMBios.plist and kernel.plist.
Generate credible MLB & ROM, generate SMBIOSes (96 available) and its serials.
Install kexts from a large selection or install your own in /S/L/E, /L/E, /Extra/Extensions or /EFI/CLOVER/kexts or OEM sub directories (also on EFI partition).
FakeSMC.kext + plugins from both Slice or kozlek (latest) versions.
AppleHDA patcher or voodoohda, Nvidia Web Driver Updater (download and installs latest version!!!!). Ethernet/Wifi kexts... more and more..
Auto patcher for unsupported NVMe pci-ssd disks based on Pike R. Alpha's patches (lnfo inside Pandora)
Create/update/upgrade the Recovery HD partition.
Mount any ESP (EFI partition) you have in multiple disks.
Embedded web broswer, Youtube videos.
Embedded Clover WIKI.
more? can speak... really.. in en, it, es, pt, fr and de (thx spakk for German)
Is Pandora's Box secure? is compiled from source with 80,000 lines of code, no scripts, no AppleScripts and no Platypus, is a real app:
Sunday 31 July 2016
Pandora's Box is able to update itself, the click counter from the Server indicate that 68% of users usually update through Pandora it-self instead of downloading again here (a lot of downloads ):
Well, for users with slow or mobile connection this is particularly important since you can save time or MBs to download it. In fact only newer bytes are downloaded instead of
the entire app, usually 1-2 MB.. and your Pandora will be up-to-date.
Furthermore, Pandora receive updates for Clover and Enoch when available, at the same time maintaining a stable release to rely on (the one contained by default in the app), plus some intermediate versions if already downloaded.
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"All in One" solution for pre and post OS X installation.
Code redone from scratch, two new apps called Ares and Webkintosh:
bootloaders configurator for both Enoch and Clover. Can edit the config.plist entirely with some facilities(as well for o.c.B.p, kernel.plist and SMBios.plist).
Clover WIKI is embedded in the config Editor to have quick access to the instructions and examples. Ability to update Enoch and Clover to latest revision available w/o update the entire app.
Ares can install the bootloader by targeting any ESP you have directly or in congiunction with the target Volume.
You can drag your config.plist directly into the Pandora's Box window, Ares will be automatically opened. What remain is to edit it and save where you like!
is now specialized in kexts installation from a large selection, but also permit you to drag your kexts (into the Pandora's interface) and let you decide where to install:
in any supported filesystems, in different volumes, but is also able to install in the target volume and its ESP at same time.
Support installation in
/EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other - 10.X (and on all OEM sub directories),
...again at same time!
now produces two kind of installers, one with "restore" method, other with "createinstallmedia". Both are untouched installers (Vanilla), and no kexts are added, nor the bootloader.
a web browser to navigate hot Topics on insanelymac. Use YouTube API to show videos and users can make its own on "how to" do things using Pandora's Box.
I finally succeeded. I have an old 80GB SATA hard disk which I use to experiment with Mac OS. I had a Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan installation complete with Office and other applications. Using Clover 3322 in iATKOS EC installer I managed to successfully boot it from within a virtual Mac in VMWare Workstation 10 (patched to support Mac OS). The SATA disk was connected to a SATA-USB adapter and then connected to the virtual Mac as a USB disk. I downloaded Sierra, but instead of creating a USB installation medium I stupidly tried to just upgrade by running the setup. The installation didn't succeed of course but while connecting and disconnecting the USB installer and the USB disk amd forcing several resets I finally screwed the partition and could not boot either in VMWare or natively in my PC. So I reinstalled El Capitan natively and then booted within VMWare. I successfully did all the upgrades up to version 10.11.6 and then downloaded Sierra again. This time I used Pandora's Box to create the USB installer. I booted the USB installer in VMWare and I installed 10.12 Sierra. For some reason it took a couple of hours, but it finally succeeded! It even made the sound and graphics work out of the box without having to install the VMWare Tools!
Thank you for creating Pandora's Box! Pity I now have to reinstall all my applications...