Hello, I created a backup from a hackintosh I once had. I've since sold my hackintosh as a normal PC. I got myself a Mac Pro 1.1 to try out the unsupported process on a real Mac. I was able to get my 2006 Mac Pro 1.1 running with Yosemite and then finally with El Capitan. The problem I have now is whenever I restore from my much needed TimeMachine backup. The restore process works fine and everything works onces it's done. EXCEPT, when I reboot, important things, go wrong. Like lack of video controls in the display settings. I can only run DVI from one monitor. The HDMI not shown in the sound settings, nothing shown there. it doesn't display anything on my second monitor that uses HDMI. There aren't any options for the HDMI at all in the monitor setting, it's not being recognized. PLUS, I have no sound!!. I must use a USB sound driver. I need help locating the Library or System items that match this Mac Pro and not the hackintosh. But I also need to keep my applications. Once this is solved I could then delete my backup and replace it with an authentic copy from a real Mac. FYI, allot of the application I have in my backups are from CDs and DVDs that won't run do to scratches, I managed to have them backed up from each model Mac I've once owned until I finally used a hackintosh. As you know, I will have to purchase them again from the App Store if I want them as digital applications and refuse to do that for something I already own the CD and DVD for. One last thing to note. This Mac Pro costed me nothing. One of the thing's I've notices from the start; I cannot Flash PRAM or NVRAM. When it's time to RESTART the computer once it goes dark with low RPM fans, it doesn't. I must Force shutdown using the power button once the screen goes blank and fans noise lower. Which is the only bad thing about this Mac Pro.