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How To Run Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.x On A Microsoft SurfacBook

Terminal Command El Capitan date This Will Change Date To June 12, 2016 12:23PM Sierra This Will Change Date Jan 12, 2017 12:23PM If Using Dark Status Bar And Dock Theme You Must Change Display Profile To sRGB Or You Will Not Be Anle To See Text In Top Left Corner And Some Places In Some Apps.

This Guide Will Also Cover macOS Sierra 10.12.x
  1. Boot into macOS Recovery again by restarting your Mac and holding CMD + R keys together. While in the Recovery mode, cancel the installation process, and navigate to Utilities and open the Terminal app. Once in the Terminal, enter the following command and hit return/enter: You should see something like this: If your time and date are incorrect.
  2. OS 9 has no Terminal app of course, however I did try to change the time and date of my G4 using the proper Control Panel (which did not work). There seems to be two (2) creation dates for OS X Cheetah: ⁃ 9/3/2000 12:28am ⁃ 1/31/2001 3pm. So finally, my question.
  3. Made a bootable El Capitan USB. Press Option key and boot from El Capitan USB; Go to Utilities, Open Terminal, set date to, (that is July 06, 2017 at 10:50am; date is set about over 2 years prior current date, I just pick a random day in mid 2017 as suggested by Charlee78), exit Terminal.
  4. OS X El Capitan is the twelfth major release of OS X for Mac computers. It was released on September 30, 2015. Some users have reported an issue where Mac refuses to finish booting after updating to OS X EL Capitan. If your Mac will not start up, stalls on a gray screen with an Apple logo, here is how you troubleshoot.
Specs Of Device Used
Microsoft SurfaceBook 1 2015
Intel HD Graphics 520
Intel i5 6300U Processor
128GB SSD 8GB Ram
What You Will Need (Links Below)
USB Drive With 8GB or Storage (16GB Recommended)
Unibeast, Or TINU or Mac OS X Terminal - To Make Bootable USB
Clover EFI Bootloader - To Install Bootloader (This Tutorial Requires v2.4 r4988 Although Others May Work)
Install Mac OS X El Capitan.app Or Install macOS Sierra.app Downloaded From App Store or Google
A Mac OS X Virtual Machine Running 10.7 Or Above Or A Real Mac Computer
Kexts And Drivers Required To Boot - I Will Also Include My EFI Folder
External Keyboard And Mouse (Optional) - If Using My EFI Folder
EaseUS Partition Manger (Paid) - Only Use If You Cannot Use Windows Computer Management
What Works
Keyboard - Backlight and Speaker Shortcuts Work
Trackpad - No Gestures; Although You Can Still Click And Drag
Audio - Speakers Work , Haven’t Tested Headphone Jack
Microphone Works

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Intel HD 520 Graphics - 1536MB Video Ram
Internal SSD - Possible To Dual Boot Windows
Change Date Terminal Mac El CapitanWhat Doesn’t Work
TouchScreen - No Response Whatsoever
Fron/Rear Camera - Does Not Work In FaceTime - Shows Not Installed
Bluetooth - Although A USB “dongle” Should Work
Wi-Fi - A USB “dongle” like Edimax Or Such Should Work
Things To Note
Do Not Create Partition In Mac OS X If You Plan On Dual Booting Windows You Cannot Use Boot Camp In Hackintosh Environment This May Lead To Data Loss You Must Create Partition In Windows Environment And Format Later
If You Are Using A Device With VERY Low Internal Storage The Absolute Minimum Required To Install Mac OS X And Run On It’s Own Is 12GB You Will Not Have Any More “Usuable” Storage Left For Apps And They Will Need To Be Stored Externally (Not Recommended)
You Need OsxLowMemFix And VBoxHFS(Not Included In Clover) Drivers One Will Allow Boot Process To Start. One Allows You To Actually See Your External HFS+ Formatted USB Flash Drives/SD Cards In Order To Even Start Installer
Before Clicking Installer Partition In Clover Bootloader; You Must Change Graphics ID To 12345678 This Can Be Left Alone Once El Capitan Is Installed - Will Cause Installer To Not Boot
It It Recommended To Hit The Spacebar Over Installer Partition And Disable Reboot After Kernal Panic And Enable Verbose Boot This Will Allow You To Diagnose Any Errors That Occur During Boot
Before You Start The Installation It Is Important To Note As It’s 2020 And El Capitan Is 5 Years Old September 30, 2015 If You Start The Installer Before Changing The Date To Somewhere Around 2017 Whether You Have The Correct Date Set Or Your Computer Is Set To The Year 2001 You Must Change It The The Year 2016 - Will Cause Installation To Fail Approx 1 Min Into Install; Error Given, No Packages Are Elible For Install And Will Prompt A Restart
MacTerminal Command
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date 0612122316 This Will Change Date To June 12, 2016 12:23PM
Sierra 0112122317 This Will Change Date Jan 12, 2017 12:23PM

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If Using Dark Status Bar And Dock Theme You Must Change Display Profile To sRGB Or You Will Not Be Anle To See Text In Top Left Corner And Some Places In Some AppsDateChange Date Terminal Mac El Capitan
It Is Recommended To Install Kexts Provided As Soon As Possible As You Will Not Have Any Graphics Drivers; CPU Temps, And Battery Usage Will Be High As Well
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Passwords for all user accounts can be reset and changed when booted from the Recovery Partition on OS X.

This tutorial can be used for OS X 10.11 El Capitan, OS X 10.10 Yosemite, OS X 10.9 Mavericks and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.

Step 1. Boot into Recovery Partition

When booting starts press command + R and hold until you see startup screen

Step 2. Go to Utilies>Terminal

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Step 3. Insert command “resetpassword” and hit enter (For those that cannot see hard drive insert command “mount –uw /” first)

Step 4. On Reset password screen, select the volume hard drive and user account that you need to reset password. Type 2 times new password and hint and press Save.

You will get confirmation screen and details about the keychain account.

This procedure don’t reset Keychain password, you will need old password to open it or to create new one.