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Salve ragazzi!
Dopo molti tentativi sono riuscito a fare hackintosh con High Sierra. Ogni sistema operativo ha il suo Hard Disk.
 

Scheda madre: AsRock B85M (UEFI)
Processore: Intel i5 4460
Scheda Video: Palit GTX 960 4 GB
Ram: 2 schede HyperX Fury 4 GB ognuna.

Ora ho un po' di cose da risolvere.

Innanzitutto vorrei scegliere all'avvio del PC quale dei sistemi operativi far partire. Ho fatto la procedura con "moltebestie" (in ogni tipo di opzione nel quick start) ma all'avvio devo sempre inserire la pennetta per poter scegliere Sierra.
 

Secondo problema è che mi mancano i vari driver, scheda video... E, cosa strana, ho notato che nelle informazioni di sistema mi da che ho 4 GB di Ram invece che 8.


Ringrazio in anticipo!
:D

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Sto leggendo solo ora del "non supporto Tony". Sono disposto anche a formattare e ricominciare da capo purché funzioni tutto :D
 

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meglio evitare le bestie di tonymanero :D tanto per cominciare leggi per bene la guida su come fare una installazione vanilla, ed eventualmente puoi ora iniziare a preparare una EFI funzionale al tuo hardware... nel secondo post della guida ci stanno le cose che anche ora puoi iniziare a fare

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19 hours ago, iCanaro said:

meglio evitare le bestie di tonymanero :D tanto per cominciare leggi per bene la guida su come fare una installazione vanilla, ed eventualmente puoi ora iniziare a preparare una EFI funzionale al tuo hardware... nel secondo post della guida ci stanno le cose che anche ora puoi iniziare a fare

Bene!  Mi manca solo la versione di High Sierra App.Store… Sapresti dirmi come reperirla?
Così ho solo mojave ma non vorrei installarlo.

iMac di Romano.zip

HackInfo_Report.zip

Status e PCI List.zip

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Se la posti sarebbe opportuno visto dovrei metterci mano e scrutare nel dettaglio come ben immagini , si posta la Clover con cui fai il boot , se avvi da USB posta quella .......

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si, ma la versione che ho di high sierra era la vostra, in ogni caso:
Visto che ho fatto un macello immane (ho provato a fare l'aggiornamento webdriver Nvidia e non si avvia più. Si blocca al caricamento, quando esce la rotellina bianca.) penso che farò tutto da capo :D

Pensate sia la cosa migliore o si può recuperare?

Dal link ho scaricato (anche se ci ha messo pochissimo)

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Sono riuscito a scaricare solo che i file non sono sul desktop ma in users così come da foto. 

Ora vorrei chiedere:

È possibile fare la penna eseguibile con TransMac (perdonatemi ma non so se è un programma che proviene da tony). L'unico motivo per cui chiedo è perché da macchina virtuale è lento e ci mette più di un'ora per farla mentre col programma da Windows in 15 min è pronta. 

Grazie sempre mille! 

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transmac non è un tool di tonymanero ma una applicazione che permette di manipolare file mac su windows

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Ok. Pensi che se passo il file .dmg da macchina virtuale a Windows e monto la chiavetta con TransMac possa funzionare? 

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una vita fa quando usai transmac per preparare una USB da windows ci riuscii, ma non mi chiedere come che già non ricordo quello fatto ieri, figurarsi quello che feci qualche anno fa :D

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Ahahahahah! Allora provo, mal che vada formatto da capo! 

Ormai mi sto abituando a rifare tutto da capo :hammer:

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ahaha prima che mi scordi però una cosa te la devo dire... la prossima volta prima di fare qualsiasi cosa, fatti un backup! pensa se avevi clonato il tuo ultimo hack almeno su un disco USB con carbon copy cloner... ora eravamo al bar a prenderci un grappino ;) 

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Beh sarebbe stato utile solo per creare la pennetta perché per il resto così com'era non mi serviva a nulla :D

In ogni caso lo farò non appena installo...non si sa mai! 

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Scusa ma sui su osx, perchè vuoi creare la usb da windows e con vari tools?

creala da osx e usa C_I_M allegano nella mia guida

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Perché l'unico modo che ho ora di farlo seguendo la guida è con macchina virtuale e ci metterebbe un'ora (provato). Invece con TransMac è veloce. 

Prima ho chiesto quale convenisse proprio per avere una sicurezza.

Se può creare problemi aspetterò in macchina virtuale. 

Cosa mi consigli? 

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