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Quais passos tomar? Instalação Dual Boot - WIN 10 - EL CAPITAN

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Olá amigos, sou novo no fórum e gostaria de saber algumas dicas básicas para começar o processo de Dual Boot entre WIN 10 e El Capitan. Primeiro, minhas configurações:

8GB RAM (2x4GB)

Placa-mãe: P8 H77 M-LE

Intel Core I7 3770 CPU 3.4Ghz

VGA R9 280X AMD

HD 1TB

SSD 240GB

 

Em 2012, eu tinha conseguido fazer um dual boot funcionar entre WIN 7 + Mountain Lion no mesmo HD.

Me lembro que foi bem difícil conseguir, já que estava dando vários erros. Atualmente não lembro quase de nada do que eu tinha feito na época para funcionar, apenas que usei um Niresh ML.

Agora quero voltar a fazer, pois já não tenho mais o setup Win 7 + ML. Porém, mudei uma peça do meu PC. Antes tinha conseguido com uma VGA Nvidia GTX 580 sem problemas de compatibilidade.

 

Atualmente tenho uma VGA AMD R9 280X. Não sei se vou enfrentar muitos problemas com essa placa, gostaria que os mais experientes pudessem me ajudar nisso.

 

Já tenho o Win 10 e alguns poucos programas instalado no SSD, com vários arquivos de música e jogos no HD de 1TB. Nesse caso, como eu faria para instalar o El Capitan? Eu quero instala-lo no HD e deixar o SSD com o windows mesmo, mas sem mexer em nada na partição que deixo meus arquivos de música e alguns jogos do HD.

Para fazer esse processo, tenho de ter um pendrive de 8GB? Me lembro que em 2012 fiz com um DVD mesmo. Qual seria a melhor versão do El Capitan para usar? Ainda existem aqueles Niresh? iAtkos? Vocês recomendam utiliza-los?

 

Me desculpem pelas várias perguntas. Mas queria ter uma base de informações para poder começar o processo. Obrigado!

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Esqueça iATKOS pois não tem suporte aqui! Distro vc não sabe o que está sendo instalado, portanto, por ocasião de update será aquela dor de cabeça... Pode seguir aqui: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/309019-guia-criar-penboot-do-os-x-1011-clover/ Ou por aqui: http://olarila.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=5543 e aqui: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/297771-guia-dsdtssdt-conhecimentos-gerais/?do=findComment&comment=2169867

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Poderia me esclarecer como fazer o processo de Dual boot com Windows 10 já instalado no SSD e instalando o OS X posteriormente em um HD que já tem uma partição com arquivos de músicas etc para o Windows?

Obg

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Obrigado amigo!

Você sabe de algum fix para o teclado no El Capitan? estou tendo um problema que quando escrevo uma letra ela repete a anterior, esse problema só não acontece se eu escrevo de maneira bem cautelosa sem pressionar muito as teclas. Estava pensando em criar um tópico para isso mas acho que podem me ajudar por aqui mesmo talvez. Obrigado novamente

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Obrigado pelo suporte continuo, mas como posso verificar problemas em relação a gerenciamento de energia

Nao tenho muito conhecimento sobre o OS X em geral. 

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Uma dúvida.. O que o gerenciamento de energia errado traz de problemas no OS X? Tenho um processador Ivy Bridge e no El Capitan de vez em quando fica travando, como se estivesse carregando algo do sistema.

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use a null até ter o gerenciamento completo. com rtc, lpc e aicpupm carregando.

 

há boa chance de ser a gráfica a causa desses travamentos. de qualquer maneira use a null.

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mendietinha

Nao compreendo.  O que e isso que voce me recomendou

Peco desculpas pela minha falta de experiencia, estou olhando varios topicos sobre DSDT/SSDT mas estou tendo muita dificuldade em entender, assim tambem como as topicos de gerenciamento de energia.

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Estava lendo um guia de conhecimento geral sobre DSDT e SSDT e segui uma instrução de apertar F4 na tela do clover. Agora o OS X só aparece a tela da maçã e a barrinha de carregamento nem se mexe rsrs estou usando o Windows para escrever. O guia que me refiro é este: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/297771-guia-dsdtssdt-conhecimentos-gerais/

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Estava lendo um guia de conhecimento geral sobre DSDT e SSDT e segui uma instrução de apertar F4 na tela do clover. Agora o OS X só aparece a tela da maçã e a barrinha de carregamento nem se mexe rsrs estou usando o Windows para escrever. O guia que me refiro é este: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/297771-guia-dsdtssdt-conhecimentos-gerais/

 

Estranho.

 

Pois o comando F4 apenas faz um "dump" e extrai as tabelas ACPI, não deveria atrapalhar o carregamento do OS X.

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Sim sim, o relógio do Windows ficou louco. O do OS X normal, eu já ia ver como sincronizar isso num topico aqui do forum mas agora que o OS X nem tá mais bootando eu estou vendo o que fazer com ele primeiro.

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