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  1. Hi I have an acer predator helios 300 I7 8759 16 gb of ram Intel uhd 620 Gtx 1060 6gb I want to instal ventura with the windows 11 I did that before but if u ca. Please guide me for this new os . How do i install it Thank you
  2. Hello guys! New laptop in da house! 🤩 Specifications: BIOS Version: EGCN36WW (Latest) Intel 10th gen i5-10300H, 4.50 GHz - (Comet Lake) Integrated Intel UHD630 15" 1920x1080 Full-HD IPS - To get a nice screen resolution, I recommend the one-key-hidpi script by @xzhih 16 (2x8) DDR4-2933 RAM (Up to 32GB) 2x M.2 2280 PCIe Gen3x4 256GB RTL8168GU/8111GU Gigabit Ethernet Fn keys and keyboard backlight Touchpad with all the gestures Realtek ALC255 Intel WiFi - AC Intel Bluetooth 5.0 Integrated WecCam 720p HD 1 x 3.5mm universal jack (combo audio) 1x USB Type C port 3.1 2x USB 3.1 ports 1 x HDMI port Working: All the components above!! Not working, and never will dGPU - GTX 1650 4GB HDMI port - it's integrated to Nvidia card Methods used: To install macOS: Hackintosh Guide - Install MacOS with Olarila Image, Step by Step, Install and Post Install, Windows or Mac To activate my WiFi: OpenIntelWireless Full DSDT patches: DSDT patch requests To get dual-boot with OpenCore (each OS at their own SSD), I'm using this: OpenCore_NO_ACPI Look here how to use it: OpenCore_NO_ACPI - Opencore with additional features/changes implemented Screenshots: Credits: @MaLd0n as always helping me with the DSDT and keep my Hack stable as a real Mac! @headkaze with his awesome Hackintool app also. And I'm thank all the community to get this machice working, the OpenCore and Clover guys. Your hard work guys, will be always appreciate by me. 👇 My full dump with DSDT patched - OpenCore 0.8.0 Full Dump O1iveiras-3i.zip
  3. olá comunidade da olarila Sou novato no Hackintosh e No macOs tbm preciso do sistema para minha carreira escolar o meu pc e um dell Inspiron 3584 queria saber se tem como o wifi e o áudio pegar vou mandar alguns anexos desde já agradeço fotos:https://bit.ly/3KuBPnT
  4. Avoiding EFI Multiboot Problems With GRUB2 and Linux/MacOS/Windows Note that not every combination of installed and otherwise boot capable devices (spinning rust, SSD, NVMe) will be selectively recognized by the BIOS as bootable. BIOS and/or hardware and/or firmware limitations may determine which devices can be used together. Operating system contraints can also be a factor. So do the research first for hardware and software compatibility, and make sure that the BIOS and firmwares are up to date. Create a FAT32 ESP (suggest 400 MB) on your intended boot device, and verify that the BIOS is configured to boot from that device. For those who have multiple SSD devices, each with an installed operating system, including at least one drive with linux installed, and complaining that the linux bootloader, GRUB2, overwrites the ESP, the following information may be of help in resolving your issues. Note that if you are not using GRUB2 as your main bootloader, it does not need to be installed on the ESP. This is a choice for you to make when you are installing linux. If, however, you wish to use GRUB2 as your main bootloader, you can avoid multiboot problems by installing both linux and GRUB2 to the same partition. Once installed, open a linux terminal session and create an efi directory (if one does not already exist): sudo mkdir /boot/efi next, mount your ESP to the efi directory: sudo mount /dev/sda1 /boot/efi (verify your FAT32 ESP partition number with "sudo fdisk -l") next, install GRUB2 boot parameters to the ESP: sudo grub-install --target=x86_64-efi --efi-directory=/boot/efi --bootloader-id=Linux --recheck --no-floppy --debug note that the parameter --bootloader-id=Linux will produce an ESP entry named Linux. You can change the name to suit your taste. There should be an ESP linux file tree entry that includes grub.cfg. Within grub.cfg, xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx is the partition UUID of the linux installation, and in this example, hd0 and gpt2 are the GRUB2 hard drive number and partition number, respectively, pertaining to the linux installation: search.fs_uuid xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx root hd0,gpt2 set prefix=($root)'/boot/grub' configfile $prefix/grub.cfg if no installation errors were reported, you can now unmount the ESP: sudo umount -l /dev/sda1 Once you have installed GRUB2 parameters to the ESP using this method, designating GRUB2 as your main bootloader, the GRUB2 boot menu will be located in the linux partition file tree as follows: boot/grub/grub.cfg Note that now, when updating the GRUB2 boot menu for your linux installation (for example, by installing a new kernel or manually updating with update-grub), the updated boot menu is written to the linux partition, and not the ESP. This means that even if you are not using GRUB2 as your main boot loader, linux updates should not overwrite the ESP. Alternatively, if you are using Open Core as your main boot loader you can create a custom boot menu entry to chainload the GRUB2 bootloader: <key>Entries</key> <array> <dict> <key>Arguments</key> <string></string> <key>Auxiliary</key> <false/> <key>Comment</key> <string></string> <key>Enabled</key> <true/> <key>Name</key> <string>GRUB2</string> <key>Path</key> <string>the PciRoot data for your configuration goes here</string> <key>TextMode</key> <false/> </dict> </array> If, however, you do decide to use GRUB2 as your main boot loader, you can add custom entries to boot linux, macOS, and windows following the instructions here: https://www.olarila.com/topic/15309-updated-big-surmonterey-tipsobservations/
  5. Pessoal, boa tarde! Espero que todos bem! hehe Então, tive um problema com uma atualização do Windows e tive de formatá-lo. Só que depois disso não aparecia mais o boot para entrar no BigSur, então refiz a EFI e passou a aparecer a tela de boot só que agora sem apresentar a unidade do Windows. Dentro do BigSur a unidade do Windows é reconhecida normalmente, mas não consigo bootar por ela. Alguém poderia me dar uma luz? []'s Arquivo Comprimido.zip
  6. **** Desisti **** Vou colocar o MacOS num disco mais lento. Olá, não estou conseguindo colocar o mac e o windows no mesmo SSD. Se instalo o Win10 primeiro, quando vou instalar o MacOS, ele dá erro quando escolho a partição. Se faço o processo inverso tenho o mesmo problema, quando chega a hora de escolher a partição o win10 não aceita instalar na partição q esta no mesmo SSD do outro sistema. Já tentei seguir uns 3 guias diferentes mas nenhum deu resultado.
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