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5 minutes ago, SPYAM said:

I am very grateful to you.

NP :)

 

6 minutes ago, SPYAM said:

One question, is it really possible to install and configure a Hackintosh on my laptop to run really smoothly? Or can it never be as good as a real Apple MacBook?

There's no Hackintosh in the world that will be the same as a real Apple. If there was one, well, why buying a Macbook? lol :lol:

 

6 minutes ago, SPYAM said:

And you know the right EFI for my hardware to introduce?

There's no right EFI, you need to configure it. If you want to use OC, look: https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/installation/installation-process.html#double-checking-your-work

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5 minutes ago, Allan said:

There's no Hackintosh in the world that will be the same as a real Apple. If there was one, well, why buying a Macbook? lol :lol:

 

There is a person in our country who claims that the Hackintosh I am installing is no different from real MacBooks .. he can really install any program he wants!
Of course, he has run Hekintash smoothly and excellently on many laptops and personal computers.
But he does not want to help others, and the man himself says that he has tried for several years to be able to run a Hackintosh that works like a real MacBook!

Then you gave me a link. In the end, in fact, I was left wondering how to configure it. Should I find everything one by one? Please do not laugh at me because Hekintash is really hard.
For example :
I want my laptop keyboard to work, do I have to find a special hack for it and put it in KEXT? Or graphics? Or my USBs? Or my CPU? Or my hard drives? And ...
Can you give a little explanation?
What's next in ACPI? Are there tables? What do they do? Do I have to manipulate them too?

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3 minutes ago, SPYAM said:

Can you do anything with your Hackintosh and it works like a Windows for you?

Like I said before, it runs reeeally good. But when it crashes is not frequently.

 

And my hardware is years ahead of you, so, you need to consider that.

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6 minutes ago, Allan said:

Like I said before, it runs reeeally good. But when it crashes is not frequently.

 

And my hardware is years ahead of you, so, you need to consider that.

Thank you for your help
And the last question in this section can help me as a friend.
I am learning C# and .NET programming (Visual Studio 2019) and I also need to work with Photoshop.
 Do you think it's appropriate for me to be able to perform well with Hekintash Mojave? Or should I use my own Windows and buy a real MacBook in the future or assemble a system that is really new and updated and then I will come to use Hackintosh ??

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Hmm

 

All the apps that you need is available to macOS? If not, go to Windows.

Have a hackintosh for job is good for video producers, devs who need xcode, etc...

 

5 minutes ago, SPYAM said:

buy a real MacBook in the future

In this situation, with good cash on hands, sure I go to a Macbook with M1 CPU, is freaking awesome! 🤯

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4 minutes ago, Allan said:

Hmm

 

All the apps that you need is available to macOS? If not, go to Windows.

Have a hackintosh for job is good for video producers, devs who need xcode, etc...

 

In this situation, with good cash on hands, sure I go to a Macbook with M1 CPU, is freaking awesome! 🤯

I said that I do not have real MacBook money in the future :))
I want to know one thing:
Is it on the same laptop whose hardware I mentioned in previous posts and you are aware of it.
I want to ask this, with the Intel HD 5500 graphics and the rest of my hardware, can I run Visual Studio 2019 and Photoshop programs smoothly in Hakintash Mojave or not?

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8 minutes ago, SPYAM said:

can I run Visual Studio 2019 and Photoshop programs smoothly in Hakintash Mojave or not?

I can't confirm. You need do install and test.

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4 minutes ago, Allan said:

I can't confirm. You need do install and test.

I am going to install mojave ..
Do you have a tool in Hackintosh to test, for example, that the CPU is installed correctly? Or graphics card or chipsets or RAM or sound card or WiFi or internet or ..?

Thank you Thank you Thank you Thousands of thanks for your help ♥

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1 minute ago, SPYAM said:

Do you have a tool in Hackintosh to test, for example, that the CPU is installed correctly? Or graphics card or chipsets or RAM or sound card or WiFi or internet or ..?

You can use Hackintool:

 

1 minute ago, SPYAM said:

Thank you Thank you Thank you Thousands of thanks for your help ♥

Is a pleasure! 😉

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12 hours ago, SPYAM said:

I said that I do not have real MacBook money in the future :))
I want to know one thing:
Is it on the same laptop whose hardware I mentioned in previous posts and you are aware of it.
I want to ask this, with the Intel HD 5500 graphics and the rest of my hardware, can I run Visual Studio 2019 and Photoshop programs smoothly in Hakintash Mojave or not?

Visual Studio no. It will run only in Windows. Moreover if you want to learn C# then this language can be used in Windows only.

In macOS you can install Xcode and use languages C, C++, Swift but this is a different story.

Photoshop yes. You may find Photoshop 2019 for Mac and it is better than the same for Windows.

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