Mac Osx86 For Intel

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Welcome to the OSx86 Project

Welcome to the OSx86 Project - the undisputed leader in information regarding OS X on x86 hardware and Apple's Intel transition. Open since 2005, the OSx86 Project offers users a place to trade and share information about OSx86 and the various hardware needed to run it; a virtual Wikipedia of OSx86 resources. Be sure to visit our forum for the best OSx86 resources and discussion around.

macOS 10.14.6
Hardware Compatibility
macOS 10.15.6
Hardware Compatibility
macOS 11.0_Seeds
Hardware Compatibility

Getting Started

Can't solve a problem or find an answer to your question? Our forums can help provide solutions to your problems. Remember to search before posting!

  • See our Installation Guides for a step-by-step guide to get you started!
  • Also check out our Dictionary of OSx86 Terms for an outline of common technical terms
  • Our Technical FAQ helps solve the most common problems
  • Have an unsupported CPU? See the Patched Kernels page
  • Check out the latest downloads

Hardware Compatibility

  • Check out Apple hardware for more information on the specs of Apple's machines
  • Confused about EFI? Read all about it on our EFI page.
  • What is DSDT? Read more on our DSDT page.

macOS Big Sur

  • 11.0 Seeds Hardware Compatibility: ComponentsNew!

macOS Catalina

  • 10.15.6 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop ComputersNew!
  • 10.15.5 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.15.4 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.15.3 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.15.2 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.15.1 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.15.0 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.15 Seeds Hardware Compatibility: Components

macOS Mojave

  • 10.14.6 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.14.5 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.14.4 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.14.3 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.14.2 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.14.1 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.14.0 Hardware Compatibility: Components, Portable Computers, Desktop Computers
  • 10.14 Seeds Hardware Compatibility: Components

Tips and Tweaks

Help configuring your installation to work just right.

  • If your OSx86 installation is running slowly, please check out our SpeedBoost section.

Contribute

We'd really appreciate any help you can give on the wiki. Here are some needed changes:

Update the compatibility lists:If you want to help out, add your hardware!

  • Tested Apple's latest and greatest? Add your hardware to the HCL 10.15.6 page
  • Updated to macOS 10.14 Mojave? Add your hardware to the HCL 10.14.6 page

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Older Versions

Looking for an older version of the Mac OS? Take a look at our Historical Page to see all things Leopard and Tiger.


ForMac

Welcome to the OSx86 Project - the undisputed leader in information regarding OS X on x86 hardware and Apple's Intel transition. Open since 2005, the OSx86 Project offers users a place to trade and share information about OSx86 and the various hardware needed. Hackintosh Mojave Installer does not support Legacy BIOS. Although it support MBR Making Bootable Pen drive: In Mac use Restore Mojave Package to Port DMG Image into Pen Drive. The Mac transition to Intel processors was the process of changing the central processing unit (CPU) of Apple Inc.' S line of Mac computers, as well as its server offerings at the time, from PowerPC to Intel x86 processors. The transition became public knowledge at the 2005 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), when then Apple CEO Steve Jobs made the announcement to transition away from the.

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