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    • By Nyggasek
      So. My laptop: Asus k55a I installed Mac OS X on the pendrive and now when I turn on the laptop and clicking esc bios it does not detect it. And now I have a question for you what settings I should set up to make everything good
    • By Teress
      Beginners Hackintosh tutorial how to create a macOS Mojave USB Installation Boot Flash Disk. Also works for High Sierra, Sierra and El Capitan. Make your own macOS Mojave boot disk. You can use it to install macOS Mojave, to repair your current installation or perform maintanace tasks.

      macOS Mojave is available for download at this AppStore link:
      https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/macos-mojave/id1398502828?mt=12
      Apple Support's How to create a bootable installer for macOS:
      https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201372
      Clover Bootloader Download:
      https://sourceforge.net/projects/cloverefiboot/
       
       
    • By Teress
      In 5 minutes you get your sound on Hackintosh up and running. 100% working Vanilla, Easy & Fast Solution. Works with all systems and codecs. Hackintosh sound fix most easiest way.
       
      Supported Codecs:
      https://github.com/acidanthera/AppleALC/wiki/Supported-codecs
       
      Video tutorial:
       
       
    • By raphcort
      Hi everyone,
      This is my first post here so I hope I respect all the rules of this holy land ! (Please don't slay the noob !)
      I need your wisdom to give me advice for the new money burning hackintosh I'm building. I already have one, but I never managed to get it stabble enough and it gave me many headaches. Also it wasn't nearly powerfull enough for a tue professional use. The new one will serve me for my work as a video and sound editor but also, cause work's not everything, to dual boot and game while thinking of slaying some random and disrespectfull diretor !
      As I'm not much of a hardcore geek, the idea is to have a stable build that will last for quite a while, and be open for future adjustments or upgrades. I wish it to be as silent as possible and I really do not care about RGB stuff.
      I have searched a lot and seen many different builds but none who satisfid all my criteria.
      But I really want to find all the best parts possible and so I come for your help.
       
      For now, here are the parts I've selected :
      CPU : Intel I9 7900X 3.3GHz
      CPU Cooling System : Noctua NH-U12S
      MOBO : Gigabyte GA-X299 AORUS Gaming 7 Pro or Asus Prime X299-DELUXE
      RAM : SKILL F4–3200 mémoire 32gtzr (I'll add 32 more as soon as I'll have the money)
      System Drive High Sierra : Samsung 970 Pro NVMe SSD 512 Go
      System Drive Windows 10 : SSD Crucial 250go (Not for too long though !)
      PSUs : Corsair HX1200i 80 PLUS Platinum, 1200 Watt
       
      I haven't figure out the GPU nor the case yet... So please tell me what you thing cause there are so many models out there... I was thinking maybe a MSI GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X or the Radeon™ Pro WX 7100 Graphics which looks amazing for editing but not so great for hackintosh...
       
      Thanks a lot for your time and you help !
       
      Raph.
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