As i saw that many users upload their config.plist or SMBIOS.plist with non deleted S/N and MLB, ROM values. Noobs please never upload your unique machine values like ROM, MLB, Serial Number or System UUID. If you upload these values your Apple ID will be suspended form Apple services (AppStore, FaceTime, iCloud, iMessage, iTunes ...) directly, because some other noobs will try to "clone" your system as described here.
It is an easy process ... simply remove these information from your uploaded media as blurring the data (watch here) or as removing / censoring the files for upload (watch here)
Thank you for your attention and have a good start, here, in the forums at Insanelymac.
P.S. don't blame me for this shared serial. I had found it just before i wrote this guide .
I have done a semi-successful install of macOS Sierra 10.12.6 on my Dell OptiPlex 3010. When I mean semi-successful, I mean I have some issues left, one of them is Networking.
Networking, meaning Ethernet, does not seem to work on this machine after installing Mac OS. I've tried installing kext files, reinstalling Sierra, and so on but nothing seems to work, I have an Ethernet cable plugged and it's lights flashing and whatever but the connection does not show up in Sierra.
Hi everyone! I'm really struggling to get my first Hackintosh up and running, and after researching this issue for ages, I cannot seem to find a solution that works for me, so I've posted in TonyMacx86 as well as here the problem that I'm having, as I am very desperate for some sort of solution.
I have gotten to the point in High Sierra installation after the first reboot, to the process where the operating system is actually installed on the local HDD. Unfortunately, my installer consistently crashes at the same place, with 15 min remaining in the installation, giving the message "macOS could not be installed on your computer An error occurred installing macOS. To use Apple Diagnostics...". I have tried the following steps to fix the issue:
-Re-installing/re-imaging the USB drive (going as far as to reformat the thumb drive and re-download the High Sierra app from the App store)
-Attempting the installation with only one stick of RAM instead of two
-Removing EmuVariableUefi-64.efi from its original location
-Unplugging any external storage devices
-Checking to make sure the destination disk is formatted correctly (it is)
-Trying any combination of boot-flags that I could think of (no effect, except curiously safe mode crashes my installation)
And, these are my specs:
MSI Z370 SLI PLUS
ASUS Xonar DGX (I imagine I'll have to disable this when I get the OS up and running...I doubt there's any way I'll be able to support a sound card)
512GB Samsung 960 Pro NVMe SSD (windows boot drive)
4TB Seagate HDD (windows data drive)
1TB Seagate HDD (OS X destination drive)
The tutorial I've been following for the installation has been a combination between this forum post:
And this walkthrough:
(the TonyMacx86 walkthrough was giving me too many problems so I abandoned it)
I got my config.plist off of this website's forums, from a person with a very similar build to my own.
Hello Everyone, thanks for taking your tiemto view this topic.
I have recently built myself a PC, the specs are as follows.
4GBS of generic ram
Axle 3D GT 610 (I know.. Dont laugh at me)
Generic 500W PSU
Stock Cooler (nevermind)
and the problem Im getting is attched below.
You see, Im a newbie to hackintoshing and I quite frankly dont know what Im doing.
I would really appreciate it if anyone could help me with the problem.
I suspected its a graphics problem because i read somewhere that the Bluetooth panic message only appears with graphics. idk.
anyways, Photo with -v is linked below.
also If you can recommend me some oob gpus on the cheap id really appreciate it