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Hi guys! I just wanted to ask...

 

I can install iPC 10.5.6 on Intel Celeron N3060? I know that I can't install like Yosemite, Mavericks. But, might be there is something that I can install on Intel Celeron? Like OS X 10.4 or, I don't know. I'm newbie and beginner. But I know how to install. Cant wait for reply! :3

 

With kind regards,

Richard.

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No, Braswell platform is not supported by Mac OS X/OS X/macOS, whether old versions such as Tiger/Leopard or recent ones such as Sierra/High Sierra.

 

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/311131-would-a-current-or-older-osx-work-on-braswell-cherry-trail-box-curious/

Are you sure? Maybe there is another way? I just wanna get OS X on my laptop... I can install 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6. Any!

I got to run ( almost ) yosemite running. It could boot. But it always stuck on apple logo. When doing -v on boot, screen is black...

 

Maybe FakeCPUID work? I tried 1. But that didn't work.

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It seems you need to make serious learning about OS X, especially early versions such as 10.1/10.2/10.3... Now, forget any old 32bit versions for Intel platforms such as 10.4/10.5: they have no support whatsoever for recent hardware platforms and, really, what would be the point? These are totally obsolete and bear little to no support for today's apps/software technology.

 

In theory, you might be able to install a recent version of OS X/macOS by faking a CPUID (I think Braswell is based on Broadwell architecture and Broadwell is natively support from Yosemite 10.10.3), but Apple has no support for these low-end CPUs/SoCs, especially their low-specs/de-tuned integrated graphics so you'd just be wasting your time pursuing this; it's a dead-end.

 

But you can always try to run macOS in a VM if you insist.

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But at least, maybe i should try another FakeCPUID? But please, now give me correct and best guide for injecting FakeCPUID into Yosemite's clover. Btw, I tried to run it in VM, it was slow as hell.

 

Btw, I hope youll help me! I RLY RLY want OS X on my laptop. But, I will can install it on partition? I wanna leave my Windows OS.

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As I said, you'd be wasting your time, you'll have no support for your iGPU and it'll run nearly as slow as under the VM.

 

You may not want to hear or accept it, but you just don't have a suitable laptop for a Hackintosh.

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On 12/28/2017 at 8:37 PM, Hervé said:

As I said, you'd be wasting your time, you'll have no support for your iGPU and it'll run nearly as slow as under the VM.

 

You may not want to hear or accept it, but you just don't have a suitable laptop for a Hackintosh.

Hello? I know this topic is 1 year old. But I would try to install it, if it would have needed 1 month to install. I'm not going to install it on VM! Please guide me injecting FakeCPUID!

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