I recently updated my Hackintosh from OS X 10.11.3 to 10.11.4 and after rebooting it came up with the prohibitory symbol. I can only boot up in safe mode and when I did that it loaded up a screen almost like I was installing El Capitan again (I think it might have been for the update?). But now I cannot boot into OS X now. I didn't think the update would have any issues for my Hackintosh because there didn't seem to be any specific hardware related fixes in the update.
I also booted up in verbose and I get this...
OsxAptioFixDrv: Starting overrides for System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi
OsxAptioFixDrv: Error - requested memory exceeds our allocated relocation block
Requested mem: 1CA00000 - 1D1FFFFF, Pages:800, Size:800000
Reloc block: BE615000 - C8D64FFF, Pages:A750, Size: A750000
Reloc block can handle mem requests: 0 - A74FFFF
Exiting in 30 secs ...
Error allocating 0x800 page at 0x000000001ca00000 alloc type 2
Error loading kernel cache (0x9)
Boot failed, sleeping for 10 seconds before exiting...
hi, i've tried to install el capitan 10.11.3 on my pc but i have this error:
system uptime in nanoseconds and the pc do a reset.
my config is
-32gb ram corasir
what i have to do?
I have a problem with Airdrop in 10.11.3
I have the Broadcom BCM94360CD in my hack (which I believe is the card used in the official iMac) and everything works except my iOS devices just will not see the computer in Airdrop. It worked previously for me in 10.11.1 and I think 10.11.2.
I have Airdrop set to "everyone" in Finder, I've tried toggling and restarting both devices, I've tried removing plists related to bluetooth then restarting. I've tried restoring iOS fresh. Nothing works.
Airdrop from my iOS device finds real macs just fine.
Airdrop Hackintosh to Hackintosh/Real Mac works fine.
It's just the iOS devices won't see the Hack and vise versa.
Running iOS 9.2.1
So what did Apple change here?!
What else can I try? Airdrop and handoff says its supported in system report and the card is working normally for Wifi but Airdrop just seems to be an issue with Hackintosh now.
The latest and second public beta version of Apple's El Capitan 10.11.3 build 15D13b is released today to members of its Beta Software Program. It can be downloaded on a computer registered for the program from the Updates in Mac App Store.