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Asrock X99 macOS Sierra Hackintosh Installation Guide

At last I got my  x99 hackintosh Sierra (Mac OSX 10.12)  Asrock X99 Asrock Extreme4 macOS Sierra Hackintosh Installation was pretty smooth. Here are the installation  steps for people who are having issues with x99 hackintosh installation.

Here is my Hakintosh build:

Hakintosh

  1. Processor: Intel Core i7 6-Core 5820k
  2. Motherboard: Asrock X99 Extreme4
  3. Graphics Card: sapphire Radeon™ R9 200 Series. 3GB ram
  4. Ram: 16GB Crucial DDR4 RAM

Sierra Hackintosh Installation steps:

I have followed following steps for installing macOS Sierra on Asrock X99 Extreme4 Core i7-5820k / R9 200 build:

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Hackintosh Installation Asrock X99 Extreme4 Yosemite Core i7-5820k

After hours of trial and error I found a way to run hackintosh on my Asrock X99 Extreme4 Yosemite Intel Core i7-5820k build. I was trying to install Install MAC OS X Yosemite on my Asrock X99 Extreme4 Yosemite Intel Core i7-5820k build. I have followed a video instruction from YouTube user Bob Roche. His method helped me to install and copy installation to a MBR drive. But I was not able to boot from the MBR drive . Then I accidentally found my own steps to install Hackintosh for my Asrock x99 build. I am sharing additional steps for people who are having same issues for hackintosh installation.

Hackintosh Asrock x99 i7 5820k

Hackintosh Asrock x99 i7 5820k

 

My Hakintosh Build:

  1. Processor: Intel Core i7 6-Core 5820k
  2. Motherboard: Asrock X99 Extreme4
  3. Graphics Card: sapphire Radeon™ R9 200 Series. 3GB ram
  4. Ram: 16GB Crucial DDR4 RAM

Hackintosh Installation steps:

I have followed following steps for installing hackintosh on Asrock X99 Extreme4 Yosemite Core i7-5820k / R9 200 build:

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How to Remove Mac Os vmware fusion context menu key

How to Remove Mac OS Vmware fusion context menu key added additional “Open With” Context Menu? After rebuilding my “Open With” context menu in mac, Vmware fusion was adding Open with context item in my office PC. I followed two different instruction to completely remove vmware fusion context menu key
Note: This steps solved my problem. It should not damage your system. But If you follow the steps i am not responsible for any damage.
First Step:
The first tips i got from this link:
http://coreygilmore.com/blog/2010/05/13/remove-vmware-fusion-and-parallels-open-with-context-menus/
Before rebuilding your open with context menu in mac you have to follow the steps below:

1. Launch Vmware Fusion then go to Virtual Machine Library.
2. Then right-click on one of the virtual machine. Then Click on settings. You will find the settings for that Vmware Machine.

Clean Open with menu Vmware Fusion

3. Now Click on Default Application you will see vmware fusion default application option window like the picture below.

remove vmware open with context menu

Remove check mark from Open your Mac files and web links using Windows applications. Then Close the window.

4. Again right click on the vmware machine and click On Show in Finder and right click on the vm image then click on show package contents and go to Application Folder.
Dellete Vm Fusion Apps

Back up in a zip file and And delete All the content inside the Application folder.
5. Repeat this steps for all the Vmware machine you have.
6. Now restart and shutdown all the Virtual Machine.

Second Step :

This tips i got from the link below:

http://itpixie.com/2011/05/fix-duplicate-old-items-open-with-list/

Follow the steps below  :

1. Open the Terminal App from Launchpad > other > Terminal

2. Now copy  and paste the code below:

/System/Library/Frameworks/CoreServices.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/\
LaunchServices.framework/Versions/A/Support/lsregister -kill -r -domain local\
-domain system -domain user

And Hit Enter. Then Wait for the terminal app while rebuilding the open with context menus.
3. Now restart your MAC OS X powered Machine.

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