I'm writing this Tutorial just to help beginners like me to ease their Hackintosh start.
I'm not the indicate person to do this, but nobody seems to hear the screams or they don't have the time so here we go.
This is much simple.... now.
Imagine you have Sierra 10.12.2 installed and you want to install the latest Sierra version say... 10.12.5 (has for now)
Google Sierra 10.12.5 Combo Update, download it from Apple and install it.
Restart or wait until it Restart, now it begins the Installation of the update, then it will restart by itself.
Now comes the part that most of us get confused. "If I boot it shutdowns, what can or should I do"
Relax if you have a USB Installer. If not first create a USB Installer, because you need to boot from it to replace at least the kernel.
So boot with your USB Installer and when you are on Terminal issue this commands:
cd /Volumes/YourUSBInstaller/PostInstall cp -rf kernel /Volumes/YourHDD/System/Library/Kernels/ rm -rf /Volumes/YourHDD/System/Library/PrelinkedKernels/prelinkedkernel and at last kextcache -u /Volumes/YourHDD/
Pay Attention this commands assume that YourUSBInstaller have a PostInstall folder, what may not be the case. In that situation you need to know the path to YourUSBInstaller kernel like e.g. /Volumes/YourUSBInstaller/System/Library/Kernels/ or /Volumes/YourUSBInstaller/Kernel/
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