So. My laptop: Asus k55a I installed Mac OS X on the pendrive and now when I turn on the laptop and clicking esc bios it does not detect it. And now I have a question for you what settings I should set up to make everything good
Intel Core i7 7700K 4.2 Ghz
Gigabyte GA-Z270MX/Gaming 5
Samsung CF791 Series 34-Inch Curved Widescreen Monitor (C34F791) 3440x1440 4K
Samsung U28E590D 28-Inch UHD LED-Lit Monitor with Freesync support 3840x2160 4K
XFX AMD Radeon™ RX 580 8GB 256 Bit GDDR5 Graphics Card
Both monitors are hooked up through Display Port
Sierra works fine and I get full 4K off both monitors and everything works. However....
With High Sierra
I can only boot into High Sierra with 1 of the monitors turned on. Whenever I turn on the 2 monitor everything freezes within High Sierra and screen goes gray. I can still see the desktop but can't click on anything.
Anybody know what I can do to get both monitors working fully in 4K?
After 2 days of constant testing with no luck. I think the problem has something to do with the AMD .kexts in S/L/E. When I copied the AMD .kexts from Sierra to High Sierra I got weird colors (red & blues flipped) and the 2nd monitor will go on and not lock up the computer
Even though the method of copying kexts somewhat worked... It made the graphics choppy and everything was running slow (open windows and programs).
Is there a FakeID (FB Name, NVCAP, VRAM, Video Ports, Display-cfg, ig-platform-id, BootDisplay) of some sort I can use in Clover to fix this? Kext?
My clover config is attached if that helps anybody! Also... The 2 pictures attached are what happens. Boots with 1 monitor on. As soon as the 2nd monitor is turned on or plugged in... The working monitor goes black and everything stops responding.
Here is my little guide to install OSX 10.6.8 on the EeePC 1000H.
I'll quote some of the CicciMTS and scenemusic topics, thank you guys.
What is needed ?
A Asus EeePC 1000H
A 8GB or more USB Pen drive
An empty hard disk drive
An other mac or hackintosh
A USB mouse
My package of tools, including the latest Apple OS X 10.6.8 Combo update
Restore and Boot from USB
On your mac/hack, go to Disk Utility, find your USB Pen drive, erase it with GUID Partion Table and Mac Extended Format (journaled). Then, restore your iAtkos image on your USB pen drive.
Next, you need to make your USB drive Bootable. Find Chameleon in the tools Folder, open it and install it on your new Snow Leopard USB pen drive.
Boot into BIOS, if available, set the SATA mode to AHCI. If you can't it should work too so don't worry
Select your USB Pen Drive and boot on it. Chameleon will appear, select your iAtkos install drive, and type -v to boot in verbose mode. After a moment, the OSX installer should appear. Trackpad will not work so plug in a usb mouse. Select your language and click next. on the top of the screen, find disk utilty, and erase your HDD with GUID Partion Table and Mac Extended Format (journaled) options, and close Disk Utility. Click Next until the installer ask you on which drive you want to install OSX. Do not install it yet, click on Customize. Select the following options :
-BOOT OPTIONS 32BITS GRAPHICS ENABLERS ETHERNET BUILTIN USB (all)
-PATCHES CREAR EXTRA FAKESMC DISABLER RTC KERNEL ATOM EVOREBOOT SLEEPENABLER UUID
-DRIVERS SATA-IDE SATA/AHCI or INTEL SATA/IDE if you didn't enable AHCI in your bios
-PS2 VOODOOPS2 or APPLEPS2
-LAPTOP HARD BATTERY CARD READER THERMAL ACPI
-VGA INTEL EFI STRING GMA950 (all)
-WIFI Ralink RT2860
-WIRED ATLANSIC L1E
Click OK and install OSX on your HDD.
First Boot and update to 10.6.8
Remove your USB stick from your computer, Chameleon should appear, boot your new OSX installation with -v boot flag. Once you've created your account you should be on your desketop.
Run the Combo Update installer but do not reboot!! Force Quit out of the installer (hold down the Option key and click and hold over the Installer icon in the Dock. Select Force Quit) and Run the Legacy Kernel installer and then reboot the machine.
now you should see that your graphics driver doesn't work anymore. Run Kext Utility and let it repair the permissions and update the cache. when it says "all done" drag and drop all the graphics kext into kext utility, and when it says "all done", reboot your computer. Cross your fingers and reboot your computer. You should now have a fully working EeePC 1000H, with graphics, sound, wifi, USB, bluetooth and Ethernet Working with the lastest Snow Leopard update. You can have the latest security updates on your system with Software Update, it will not damage your installation.
Sorry for my bad english, I'm french. Fell free to ask questions if you need, thank you guys
I'm not able to get hotkeys working correctly in Clover. Running r4003, booting macOS Sierra and Windows 10. What I'm trying to do is have Clover boot automatically into macOS Sierra if the boot process is undisturbed or boot into Windows 10 if I hold the predetermined hotkey, say 'w'.
So far, it's been iffy at best. I created a custom entry for Windows 10, and I can see it at boot, so I know at least that part is correct. However, I can no longer get the hotkey to actually boot Windows. All it does is cancel the timeout if one is set. If none is set, then hitting the hotkey does nothing. It worked once, and I have not been able to reproduce it.
Ideally, I wouldn't even have to invoke the GUI. I have a RX 480 coming in tomorrow, and I'm trying to figure out a solution to a blind boot, aka not using anything requiring a screen, to change OSes. The only other workaround I have done is to use rEFInd's blind boot ability to choose between booting Clover->macOS and Windows. I don't like this solution, though, because it is clunky and requires checking 2 boot loaders should some issue arise.
I have attached my config.plist so anyone can see if I just have something wrong in there. I use Clover Configurator for most things, but I use a traditional plist editor for some others.
SMBIOS is iMac 17,1 - redacted for UUID reasons.
For some reason, I can't upload the plist, so I converted it to text. Renaming it to '.plist' will allow you to view it, should you need, in a plist editor.
I know the machine and OS X version is old, but its the machine I have and I want to know if I can install iATKOS S3 V2 on the machine?
My specs are:
A-Bit AG8 (not to be confused with the A-Bit AG8-V)
2 GB DDR400 RAM (An additional 2GB of DDR400 RAM will be installed soon)
Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz (OC to 3.52GHz)
EVGA GTX 260
WDC Blue 1TB
(A soon to be installed IDE DVD player)
(A soon to be installed USB 3.0 PCIe card)
System has Windows 8.1 installed and I plan on dual booting (maybe triple boot with linux)
Currently my problem is that I am having issues getting the installer to start, I have used the following flags:
-v /arch=i386 /legacy
-v /arch=i386 /legacy /graphicsenabler=yes
all have the same result: a reboot just before the apple logo would normally show up, after all the kexts are loaded by chameleon, the system will just reboot. What do I need to do?