Boot Flags for Hackintosh

The downside of having a Hackintosh is that when things go horribly wrong, you must fix it yourself. In this guide, I will attempt to go through the basic process to go through when your Hackintosh isn't functioning as it should. Your

Back up and Restore your Hackintosh

Updating a Hackintosh always has the potential for things to go wrong, so it is always recommended to have a backup copy of your data. The safest method is to have your data backed up to a separate drive or NAS (Network Attached Storage);

Building a Hackintosh

If you are looking to build a Hackintosh and have never built a computer before, chances are you have a lot of questions. This will be a basic rundown of what components a computer needs and what components you will need should you chose

UEFI Setting for Hackintosh

Proper UEFI Settings are required when Installing a Hackintosh with Clover Bootloader or OpenCore Bootloader. UEFI and BIOS are two different terms, There is no such thing as UEFI BIOS. You can read more about that in What is UEFI.