How to Upgrade Hackintosh to Sierra Without Losing Files

If you are using a PC with Hackintosh and you want to upgrade from El Capitan to Sierra, this tutorial will help you to do that without losing any of your personal files or folders. Before proceeding, ensure that your hardware is compatible with Sierra. Once you have confirmed that, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Download macOS Sierra from the Mac App Store

After downloading the installer file, you will need to download the latest essential kexts such as FakeSMC kexts, NullCPUPowerManagement kexts, and VoodooHDA for sound. Download links for all these files are provided in the video description.

Step 2: Install Clover Bootloader to macOS X El Capitan

Install Clover Bootloader to your El Capitan system and copy the essential kexts to the Clover folder in the EFI partition. You can access the EFI partition by going to the EFI folder > Clover folder > Text folder > Other folder.

Step 3: Upgrade to macOS Sierra

Open the macOS Sierra installer and select the disk with El Capitan installed. Click on the “Install” button and wait for the upgrade process to complete. After the upgrade process is complete, your system will restart automatically.

Step 4: Rename Sound and Internet

If you need to rename the sound or internet, use MultiBeast after installing the respective drivers. After that, reboot your computer.

Step 5: Enjoy Sierra Features

Once your system has booted up successfully, you will be able to enjoy all the features of macOS Sierra, such as Siri and more.

In conclusion, upgrading your Hackintosh from El Capitan to Sierra is an easy process that you can do by yourself. Follow the steps above, and you will be able to upgrade without losing any files or folders on your system.