I can confirm ASUS USB-N10 NANO USB wireless adapter work on all OS X versions from 10.6.8 till 10.12.3 on Hackintosh computers. No bugs detected for now, using it mostly on latest version of OS X Sierra (10.12.3).
This little USB Wireless adapter uses Realtek RTL 8188/8192 chipset, the driver, or kext if u wish, is available at official ASUS website here -> ASUS USB-N10 NANO Drivers. Probably driver can be found at Realtek site for RTL 8188/8192 chipsets as well, but since everything works with default ASUS drivers I didn’t search for it.
I tested this card with 10.9.1 and also updated 10.9.2 versions of Mavericks, both with positive and good results. Os X was installed via myHack 3.3.1, with Chameleon 2.2 SVN 2266 boot loader included in this myHack version. Continue reading Ati Radeon Sapphire HD 6670 1GB GDDR5 on OSX 10.9 Mavericks
In this guide I will create bootable USB installer using latest MyHack 3.3.1. Process is quite the same like in the older versions of Myhack, the only thing diferent now is an option to create latest 10.9 Mavericks. Again, no terminal or coding required, just use this simple tool to create your own bootable USB installer. Continue reading How to create bootable Mavericks 10.9.1 USB installer using myHack
This computer was bought from a local store as a finished build configuration for less than 500 Euros. I didn’t intend to create Hackintosh so I didn’t care about components at first, but computer had a some kind of BIOS error and I couldn’t shutdown from ubuntu 12.04, than I tried Ubuntu 10.04 with the same result. After that I tried Windows 7 and computer was still unable to shutdown.
Then I read on some forum that fix is to put out and back BIOS battery. And voila computer was able to shutdown like normal. Interesting thing is that this happened on a new mainboard, with the default BIOS settings… so I asume it’s a some kind of Asus mainboard bug. Continue reading How to Install Retail Mac Os X 10.8.2 Mountain Lion on Asus P8B75-M LX + update to 10.8.4
Apple first announced its computers would switch to Intel-based processors in 2005. After 10 years on the PowerPC architecture, which never took hold in the mainstream personal PC market, Macs were coming over to the more common x86 architecture, and the immediate question was obvious. Can the Mac operating system be tricked into running on non-Apple hardware? The answer was a definite yes, and solutions soon emerged, but in those early days it was very hard to get them working, with a lot of crashes and limited support for hardware. Continue reading Mack vs Hack – Difference between Macintosh and Hackintosh
MyHack is quite popular hackintosh installation tool, functionality is more less the same as tonymacx86’s Unibeast + Multibeast installation method. This method is fairly simple and straightforward, no terminal or coding required, just use this simple tool graphical interface to create your own bootable USB installer. Continue reading How to create bootable Mountain Lion 10.8.2 USB installer using myHack