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Hackintosh Asus C422 Build

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Long story short, wife broke my iMac Pro (Xeon 2140B, 8 Core) in an unrecoverable way.


Bought an ASUS WS C422 PRO/SE LGA2066 and transplanted the salvageable parts to it., 128G memory, dual M.2 Sata (later found out you can't run raid0 without their dongle, no worries)...currently running Win10. 


Can't seem to get Clover to boot, even with someone else's known working EFI folder. 


I haven't built a hackintosh in years, and need some insight and maybe a good starting place (or help if someone else has built the same or similar setup)

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Hackintosh discussion is technically against the rules here, it's difficult to word a lot of it and people may be very hesitant to talk about it.

Its not "reee OSX" it's moreso that there isn't really a legitimate way of doing it and it's viewed akin to using windows activator tools. Kinda under the umbrella of piracy.


I would honestly suggest looking to the Reddit hackintosh community rather than LTT, they have a lot more people who are much more experienced in this kind of thing and discussion of it isn't prohibited in many ways there.

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On 8/26/2019 at 1:28 PM, Genwyn said:

Hackintosh discussion is technically against the rules here.

According to the new community standards, discussion regarding hackintoshes is permitted.



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