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El Capitan & Windows 10 problems

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Hi all


First of all sorry for my English, i know that isn't correct.


My PC Specs:
Motherboard: Gigabyte H97M-D3H LGA1150
CPU: Intel Core I7 4790 3.6ghz 1150 BOX
Graphics: Gigabyte GTX750OC 2GB GDDR5 N750OC 2GI
Memory: 2x HYPERX SAVAGE 8G 1600Mhz DD
SSD: KINGSTON SSD SV300 240GB SATA3


I try to install as the guide on this forum but with no fortune.
Finally i install El capitan in one partition (GUID Partition Table) with an app founded in thisforum
(Clover OS X El Capitan-V5) that was really easy i was making the usb with a virtual machine.


My problems with Hackintosh


I have to run installer with this boot flags (nv_disable=1) and uncheck the dstd mask LAN OPTION to continue with the install and to get enter to the OS.
But I have no Sound, no graphics and no Internet.
I repair the Graphics with the WebDriver-346.03.02f01 get it other forum. that was really cool.
but i still having the other two problems (Audio,LAN)
I try to install all clover post install fixes but i cant get it work.


My problems with bootloader


Finally i install the 2 SO in the same ssd but in my second restart windows change or broke de mbr and the pc wont start
until get bios omg! i get scared, but it solved with a format of the disk.


I have no idea how many times and methods i follow, but i cant get it.
First installing windows then mac, in the other way... i try ot put only UEFI in bios config.
Im dont understand very much about that.
I will let snaps of my bios if you could help me more.

I let the img10 like how i get the hdd formated yesterday and installed win10. :S things like mac os x and UEFI :S i dont know how to do it. (I formated all with Low level hard drive and then install Windows with format.)


Please i really need some help, im getting in IOS Developing and i need this, i know that with a virtual machine can do it, but i think that its the best way.
Thanks guys beachball.gif.

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There's no relationship between ElCap and Windows 10...  You need to do a little more research as well install OSX and Windows on seperate drives...

 

Thanks for the answer :)

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I let the img10 like how i get the hdd formated yesterday and installed win10. :S things like mac os x and UEFI :S i dont know how to do it. (I formated all with Low level hard drive and then install Windows with format.)

 

 

Please i really need some help, im getting in IOS Developing and i need this, i know that with a virtual machine can do it, but i think that its the best way.

Thanks guys beachball.gif.

 

img10? If that is the image of the BIOS boot entries, then my recent post may help:

 

 

Remove Extra Clover BIOS Boot Entries & Prevent Further Problems

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Hello viking07,

 

I had problems with AUDIO and LAN too and had to disable System Integrity Protection (SIP) and used MrGreen’s solution.

 

What I did is:

 

1. Boot into OS X El Capitan

 

2. Download Clover Configurator(Vibrant Edition)

 

3. Run it

 

4. Click on Mount EFI > Check Partition 

 

5. Click on Mount EFI Partition and mount the correct EFI drive

 

6. Click on left bottom Icon: Import Configuration

 

7. Navigate to EFI Drive > EFI > CLOVER>config.plist

 

8. Goto Rt Variables and add these values:  BooterConfig: 0x28      CsrActiveConfig: 0x67

 

Save the config.plist

 

If you don't want/need to use Clover Configurator, you can add the following to the config.plist manually:

  1. <key>RtVariables</key>
  2. <dict>
  3. <key>CsrActiveConfig</key>
  4. <string>0x67</string>
  5. <key>BooterConfig</key>
  6. <string>0x28</string>
  7. </dict>

 

Now you can try to fix your audio and lan

 

It worked for me, hope it helps. 

 

Good luck!

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