is it possible to install high Sierra on a core 2 duo hackintosh? I was able to install high Sierra on a 2009 Mac mini (core 2 duo) but is it possible on a hackintosh? if so, how would I do this? would it be done with FakeCPUID?
Hey @XDHakzz ,
I have never had success on legacy BIOS. If your motherboard has UEFI then you may be able to do it.
well its a 2006 ibm thinkpad T60 with cpu upgraded from core duo to core 2 duo. i have it running yosemite right now, couldn't get anything else. it has a max of 4 gb ram installed (min for sierra and high Sierra)
and as i said in previous threads, sadly, i am forced to use the yosemite zone iso. really sucks. i dont want to violate apples TOS and most importantly the LAW, but its the onlt thing that works.
i used your tutorial, then realized that el capitan was the last version that supported the core 2 duo.
Oh I'm sure you can fake out macOS via Clover. Try FakeCPUID and see if that works out. I've never used FakeCPUID before but I'm rather sure you'll be able to make it work.
yea i dont understand fakecpuid but im trying it now to see if it works, ill get back to you in a few minutes
now it gives a bunch of + signs after a minute of doing nothing
just tried safe mode, same thing
I'll have to look into it a bit more. Right now, trying to fix dedicated graphics cards and get them working properly.