Archive for April 2019

GTX750 ti ?

Got this card as a gift, the Sentey iteration / 2GB DDR5. Did a bit of google-fu and found out it should be possible to get it working with Hackintosh.

I have a Mojave install that works fine, but can't get it to boot with this card.

Could anyone share a basic config for this card (especially the graphics & PCI settings on clover) so I have a quick reference of how it works for other people? Doesn't matter if you are using HS or S or Mojave just want to have a quick look.

Thanks in advance!

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Apple Reports Q2 FY19 Earnings: $58 Billion in Revenue, $11.6 Billion in Net Income



Apple has reported earnings for its fiscal 2019 second quarter ended March 30, 2019.

The company posted revenue of $58 billion for the quarter, a decline of 5% from a year ago, and quarterly earnings per diluted share of $2.36, down 10%. Despite being lower than the year ago quarter, Apple beat expectations of $57.49 billion in revenue and EPS of $2.37.

Apple says international sales accounted for 61% of the quarter’s revenue.





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Does 10.13.6 High Sierra support the latest version of Xcode?

Wondering because coding on my laptop is a pain in the ass and my desktop has two monitors but a 980ti

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Facebook Messenger is Coming to Mac and Windows



Facebook has announced that its bringing Messenger to Mac and Windows. The desktop Messenger app is in testing now and will launch later this year.

The company also announced a faster, lighter app, the ability to watch video with others, a dedicated space to discover stories, and more...






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First Hackintosh Build! Dual Mojave and Windows 10

Another "Hackintosh Mojave won't boot, [IGPU] Hash data from ME never returned, status = 1, doing retry #"

I'm having the same issue as this post and I think it might be a bad either framebuffer, device-id or not properly injecting (or well not injecting) the Intel GFX in the config.plist.

Mobo: Gigabyte Z370M DS3H CPU: i5-8400 GPU: AMD RX 580 Sapphire Nitro + SE

I've set the hackintosh to be an iMac18,3 and it was working great with the AMD and iGPU working side by side until I updated OSX a little bit ago. (Gonna avoid doing that from now on).

I think I would know how to fix it (redo the config.plist) but I don't know how to access the file since the computer isn't booting. I also stupidly don't have a backup (or clone) of the drive (which I will be doing sooner than later).

I am able to boot off of my installer flash drive and run commands through terminal that's available there. I can mount the boot drive and access the EFI partition. Is there a way that I can pull the config.plist off of the computer to edit it? I want to look through all of the settings with the Clover Configurator to make sure I'm not missing something.

Thoughts on how to recover the file or just update it on the machine via the bootable clover flash drive? Or is there another way to boot it to make it work?

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Overriding DEP on a real Mac with Clover bootloader?

I saw a post on r/mac about from a Redditor that seems to have purchased a MacBook Pro that was previously enterprise enrolled and requires activation, presumably based on board/serial and SMC checks.

If this is the case, wouldn't that technically mean one could override this activation process by using Clover Bootloader on a real Mac?

Did I just buy a stolen MacBook Pro?

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General Stability and Experience with these parts for music production

Hey, i'm planning on building a hackintosh this month for music production - So stability is number one priority.

My question to you guys (if you own any of the parts listed below) is to please let me know how your experience has been with them so far.

I would also like to know if any of you have experience dual booting Windows on another drive; I've heard it can cause problems and tinker with drives not even associated with Windows..

And for other music producers - How has your experience been so far? Im still considering going with Windows but im currently running a Macbook Pro and i would like to able to sync files and projects with no hassle.

im using Ableton Live (Using Focusrite Scarlett - Planning on upgrading to UAD Apollo Twin)

Thanks in advance!! Comments are highly appreciated!

Intel - Core i9-9900K 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor

Gigabyte - Z390 DESIGNARE ATX LGA1151 Motherboard

Kingston - HyperX Predator 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory

Samsung - 970 Evo 1 TB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive

Asus - Radeon RX VEGA 64 8 GB ROG STRIX Video Card

be quiet! - Straight Power 11 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply

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