I tried it and successfully made an USB.gibMacOS. Use the Dortania guide. It's written how to do it there
Thank you for your kindness! I will try it again.
As the Pro say it's best if you try to make your own EFI without copying it from others.
I am very grateful for you! I will go and try! Thank you~As the Pro say it's best if you try to make your own EFI without copying it from others.
Maybe you can look for some builds that have the same MoBo as you to see how they set up AppleALC (for audio) and what kext you need for the network. If you mount a GTX maybe you will have a few more problems ...
This build has the same Mobo as you, but different GPU, maybe give it a look but don't copy it, it won't work with you.
Yes, follow that guide, maybe help yourself with some videos on Youtube.
This video was very helpful to me. Check which kext can fit your board. This video will help you configure and patch the config.plist files.
[Solved] I found this happened just because I didn't save the correct config.plist. Thanks to all who tried to help me! Go for next step now.
I am very grateful for you! I will go and try! Thank you~
I could understand what you are talking about! Thank you~ And I read the guide carefully, and gave it a try. However ''end randomseed'' happened again( you can see in my another reply). But still want to thank for your opinion!It is certainly complex to fix the hack and you can have several problems but, in quotation marks, "if you understand the basic concept it is not difficult to get started".
Basically in the EFI folder you will have to put the kernel extensions that allow you to use the various chipsets of your motherboard + the gpu. You will also put the files for the use of USB ports, tools, etc ... all these files that you put in the EFI folder you will find them in your config.plist file, which you will use to set the options to run the hackintosh. When you have put the files inside the folder (careful, some are fundamental on all Hacks) you will have to inject the config.plist file. In the video it does this when it launches the Snapshot command. This command in a nutshell will load in your config.plist file all the kexts, .efi files, etc ...
This is what I understood so as to make sense of the preparation of the folder. Maybe I said some nonsense and I'll be glad to be corrected.
What are you using for WiFi & BT?
I will try it tomorrow! But I couldn't find the kext in the guide, that kext need to be downloaded in another web right?Have you tried with itlwm.kext instead of AirportItlwm.kext? I've never dealt with Intel WiFi before.
Thank you XD! But I mean the order here. Should they be in a specific order ? (EX. Lilu.kext in first place, VirtualSMC.kext in second place, AppleALC.kext in seventh place) And are AppleALC.kext and AppleALCU.kext the same or I should place both inside?I don't think the order matters anymore. Also it's a kext not a kernel