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OS X 10.9 - Gigabyte Z87-HD3 problems.

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HAH! SORY I HAVE POSTED AS ASUS, IT'S GIGABYTE. 

 

Hi guys! Thanks for reading my topic. 

 

 

First, We have: 

- Gigabyte Z87-HD3

- Intel Core i5 4570 3,2Ghz

- 32GB G.Skrill 2133Mhz ( For hackintosh start, only 8GB) 

- GT210 (is not connected now, we use internal HD4600 for install) 

 

 

So, we have tryed to start up 10.9 DP3 with my friend 7ender about 14H, and we have just little bit of progression. 

We use Chimera 2.1.2 (latest update), DSDT and FakeCMS. 

 

So, problem is, that if we boot hackintosh normal without DSDT, we stuck at bluetooth stage

Normal start with DSDT

 

Hackintosh can boot with -X. 

 

 

 

This pack include:

- Extra folder what we use in chimera

- Photos from bios ( if we have some wrong settings?)

 

 

I hope someone can help us with this problem. 

 

Best. Regards

Yuras

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Hello Yuras,

 

would be nice of you to continue this discussion in the original thread. I have this same board and succeeded in getting it run perfectly through the information I received there.

 

In general (I speak of what I learned in practice) go to the bios and disable the onboard graphics and the option for VT-d.

 

Let us return to the beginning. Create a USB drive with MyHack again. Download the correct version of Chameleon (Chameleon-2.2svn-r2255) and apply it on your installation of MyHack.

 

You may have to change the Boot.plist and arrow it to NCPI = 0x3000. This will fix some problems clock Haswell.

 

I can not help you with the graphics, since my GPU is an AMD, but left the GraphicsEnabler = Yes, ATI Config (Uakari), Ports = 4 and ATI Graphics Mode 1920x1080x32.

 

Proceed with the boot, select your usb drive ... well, I guess you know how to do this.

 

After installing 10.9 DP1, try to make your GPU work. Do not waste time downloading DP2 .... DP5 if your setup is not ok.

Turn the Kext Wizard and install the kexts you need. Repair permissions S / L / E and follow this direction ...

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Hello Yuras,
 
would be nice of you to continue this discussion in the original thread. I have this same board and succeeded in getting it run perfectly through the information I received there.
 
In general (I speak of what I learned in practice) go to the bios and disable the onboard graphics and the option for VT-d.
 
Let us return to the beginning. Create a USB drive with MyHack again. Download the correct version of Chameleon (Chameleon-2.2svn-r2255) and apply it on your installation of MyHack.
 
You may have to change the Boot.plist and arrow it to NCPI = 0x3000. This will fix some problems clock Haswell.
 
I can not help you with the graphics, since my GPU is an AMD, but left the GraphicsEnabler = Yes, ATI Config (Uakari), Ports = 4 and ATI Graphics Mode 1920x1080x32.
 
Proceed with the boot, select your usb drive ... well, I guess you know how to do this.
 
After installing 10.9 DP1, try to make your GPU work. Do not waste time downloading DP2 .... DP5 if your setup is not ok.
Turn the Kext Wizard and install the kexts you need. Repair permissions S / L / E and follow this direction ...

 

Thanks dude for answer, can you upload your EFI folder with all inside? I try to modificate. 

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You aint the only one who deals with this

 

All we have figured out from my thread is that trashing the Intel video kexts seems to work best

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NOW ALL WORKS!

 

 

First, it's not the bluetooth problem, because bluetooth is okay, and all think that must be delete bluetooth kexts etc... 

 

JUST, turn of 4600HD and turn of in bios, start with videocard and DVI! Not VGA, only DVI or HDMI. 

 

Why? After Bluetooth is loaded, startup loginwindows, and if we have problems with video, it does'nt start. 

 

 

I say big thanks for 7Ender and amazing TimeWalker from Applelife.ru

 

Good luck friends! Hope i helped you :) 

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hii ,

i just orderd haswell build same like ur mobo + i5 4570K 

 

can you tell me if needed extra kexts for audio or ethernet

what os x u are using ?

and what boot loader ?

and bios version and changes u made

 

thanks

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