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ProPCGaming

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  1. Im not sure what you need here, either don't boot in uefi mode, or follow these steps: 1. Open command prompt from your windows installation media 2. type 'diskpart' and hit enter 3. type 'list disk' and hit enter 4. Then note the number next to the drive you want to install windows on 5. type 'select disk [number you noted in step 4]' and hit enter 6. type 'convert mbr' or 'convert gpt' depending on what you want and hit enter 7. If you get an error in step 6, type 'clean' one or two times and retry step 6 You drive should now be the desired type. Edit: Both OS's should work with the MBR type, go into your BIOS and try and make it so you don't boot into UEFI, then both discs will ask for an MBR type.
  2. I fixed it! I had an app, program, or whatever they are called on mac OS called SmoothMouse. It is supposed to kill mouse acceleration. I uninstalled it and now everything works as expected. I now have a fully functioning mac pro for about a third of the price.
  3. My specs are: CPU: i7 4820k GPU: AMD 7970 Motherboard: Asus x79 Deluxe Ram: 16GB Corsair Vengeance SSD: 120GB Samsung 840 (used as mavericks boot drive) HDDs: 1TB WD Black (mavericks storage), 500GB WD Blue (used as windows boot drive) Mouse: MMO7 Madcatz Keyboard: Razer Blackwidow Ultimate PSU: Corsair 1050W (I was gonna upgrade with crossfire or sli, but couldnt, so this is overkill)
  4. Hello everyone! This is my first post on the LTT forums, although I have been a fan of his videos for over a year now. I just saw their video on a hackintosh, and it spurred the hackintosh kick in me again, I tried before, but to no avail. Over the years though, it has gotten simpler, and easier. After a day of trying to get it to work, I installed mavericks, after installing snow leopard and making a usb boot disk. All that aside, I used the .dmg from rampagedev.wordpress.com and got all my motherboard stuff working, and my graphics card works now. However, I have one problem, the dock and menu bars are not behaving as they should. I have to hold my left click down to get the submenus to show or else they disappear, and the magnification on the dock is not working. It works only on the spot I click on the dock, it doesnt respond to only mouse movement, you have to click, but it only works where you clicked on the dock. And keyboard input seems to lag a little, but it works, so im not gonna worry about that just yet. This may be a usb kext problem but I dont know how to edit those just yet, as this is my first hackintosh, and first time using mac os. Thanks, Mike
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