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I upgraded my E6420 hackintosh to High Sierra and I immediately noticed that I'm no longer able to boot from the secondary drive bay. I usually have my Windows drive attached to the primary SATA port and have one of the drive adapters that lets me install a second hard drive in leu of the optical drive. I had my macOS installed there so I can dual boot between the two. With High Sierra that no longer works. When I try to boot macOS from the secondary port it KP's and is garbled so I can't read what it says. When the drives are switched around macOS boots and recognizes another drive is there but complains that it's having trouble reading it. I can boot Windows from the secondary port just fine so it's not a sudden hardware failure. It sounds like I might need to modify my DSDT but I wouldn't have the slightest clue what I need to do. I know High Sierra is still really new but any ideas?
Hi, apologies if this is repeated elsewhere and I haven't seen the answer. Created a few OSX PCs before so understand the basics. Have D830 with Intel Crestline so installing Lion using the guide here with USB. Get to the install screen and Disk utility doesn't see the hard drive (Chameleon sees it on boot) I've tried with the original Tosh 80GB SATA drive and an OCZ SSD, neither of them are visible. Yosemite USB installer disk utility sees them but want the graphics support. What kext(s) do I need to load suitable SATA drivers or am I missing something? I was expecting it to work straight away with the Bootpack so stuck for the moment... Thx.
Hello, I tried to install OS X Mavericks on my Dell Dimension E520, but there are no sata drives in Disk Utility. Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 RAM: 4GB Graphics card: ATI Radeon HD 5450 How can I install OS X Mavericks. Thanks