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  1. Ok I got it Downloads InstallAssistant.pkg then leave it in Downloads folder Delete any Install macOS Monterey.app in Applications Make sure your not have Folder InstallAssistant in Downloads This is the contents of the script, you can read and open with TextEdit Attach script create_app.command-v2.zip #!/bin/bash # script for making installer Monterey Beta 7 # by chris1111 echo " **************************************************** ****** Install macOS Monterey ******* ****************************************************" sudo rm -rf /Applications/"Install macOS Monterey beta.app" sudo rm -rf $HOME/Downloads/InstallAssistant sudo installer -verboseR -pkg $HOME/Downloads/InstallAssistant.pkg -target / echo "Expand Package Please Wait. . . " pkgutil --expand $HOME/Downloads/InstallAssistant.pkg $HOME/Downloads/InstallAssistant Sleep 1 echo "Attach Image " echo " " hdiutil attach -nobrowse $HOME/Downloads/InstallAssistant/SharedSupport.dmg sudo mkdir /Applications/"Install macOS Monterey beta.app"/Contents/SharedSupport echo "Copying Resources Please Wait. . . " sudo cp -R /Volumes/"Shared Support"/* /Applications/"Install macOS Monterey beta.app"/Contents/SharedSupport echo "Done. "
    10 points
  2. full installer macOS 12 Beta 7 (21a5522h) https://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/06/05/002-02555-A_W1UDYXDDUZ/aorhr3psk29e00zwe7r41ur3humfp9cf80/InstallAssistant.pkg
    10 points
  3. I had more time to do the Script much better Now you can select InstallAssistant.pkg from anywere See script spoiler Attaching V3 create_app-V3.zip Enjoy
    9 points
  4. Just to add to my previous post. I have just managed to download (again) and completed the install. These are the steps I followed from the previous posts: 1. I made a new installer USB drive with the SMBIOS of iMac 17.1 2. In the config.plist this change was made: SecureBootModel: Default (nothing else apart from as I said the 17.1 Mac Model) 3. These steps enabled me to do a clean install of Beta 6 as I preferred because of all the trials and errors, I wanted to start afresh. 4. With this clean install I joined the Dev program and was offered the Beta 7 update which downloaded without a hitch. 5. I completed the install still with 17.1 without signing into Apple iCloud, at the Desktop I mounted the EFI Partition and changed the config.plist to my original Mac Model 19.1 Rebooted, clean NVRAM twice and booted to the Desktop containing the new Beta. 6. Signed back into iCloud so that iMsg/F-Time, App Store etc, would be accessible. I must add, dual booting with Windows 11 insider preview I have to enable TPM in the BIOS if not it breaks Windows Activation causing a complete reinstall as it will no longer accept the key once it is broken, I tried leaving it enabled for OS X install and it caused constant reboot loop until I disabled it.
    8 points
  5. I use my Kext-Install.app with the patch Binaries files Install done Reboot Test on DELL Optiplex 790 Sandy bridge system i5 2500K UEFI booting OpenCore 0.7.3 Works well
    7 points
  6. Hello guys, how are you? Just to inform, that to make the community more secure we changed the way we all make logins. Instead of using your "display/user name", now you'll use your email address. Is more secure, and it'll avoid people try to break your accounts. πŸ˜‰ And also, we put the option to all of you set a 2FA authentication method, getting your account way more secure. Go to Your profile > account settings > Security and Privacy (enter your password) and set the Google Authenticator. πŸ˜ƒ Cya guys!
    6 points
  7. It was time for her to end with the problems
    6 points
  8. Clean install using USB installer. Install time 30 min. Tips to repair Install Monterey App. 1. Open package content of Install Monterey App 2. Create SharedSupport folder 3. Open Install Assistant.pkg wit Better Zip and extract SharedSupport.dmg 4. Copy contents of SharedSupport.dmg and paste it to the folder created in step 2. That's it enjoy.
    6 points
  9. After Update B7 I use my app I will make a new page on github today
    6 points
  10. Beta 7 full installer is not yet available https://mrmacintosh.com/macos-12-monterey-full-installer-database-download-directly-from-apple/
    6 points
  11. @5T33Z0Incremental automatic update has been added, please download the latest release. More suggestions or questions are welcome.
    6 points
  12. Using a USB with my EFI cloned I booted with SecureBootModel set to j160 so show the update. While the update was downloading changed SecureBootModel back to Default and set the SMBios to iMac17,1. Used the USB EFI to complete the first boot into "Macintosh HD" and after that reboot removed the USB and proceeded to use my main EFI with SecureBootModel Default and MacPro7,1 SMBios. Just don't boot into your system with the different SMBios or your iMessage, iCloud, Watch Unlock etc could get broken
    6 points
  13. Update going through on my Latitude E7270 (Clover r5133) and Toshiba R50-B (OC 0.7.0) after rebooting Monterey beta6 with iMac17,1 SMBIOS and re-launching the whole update process. Seems we got a major bug on our hands here. Let's wait and hear from real Mac users... Edit: update to beta7 completed and I was then able to reboot my Latitude E7270 and Tosh R50-B with their original MacBookPro SMBIOS without issues. One of the other major changes with this beta7 is the disappearance of the nVidia kexts: no more GeForce and NVDA kexts which means end of the road for nVidia Kepler cards, at least natively. Whether patching will work like it did for other GPUs in the past remains to be seen.
    6 points
  14. Same here for me as well, boots faster than BS, no glitches or freezing, super impressive so much so that I use it as my daily driver but still have BS incase of an emergency. Another fact to add, I am constantly hitting it with nightly OC releases with no adverse effects to the performance, at the moment running with OC 0.7.4 (03162e0) release.
    6 points
  15. Yes understood that. But if that works, it means you are NOT using the Clover I've sent that use OC 0.7.3. OC check OpenRuntime version and stop if version is not right with a message "incompatible version". Because OC stop (CpuDeadLoop), Clover GUI is frozen. If implemented a check before that gives a panic message, so at least people know. New Clover that uses OC 0.7.3 cannot use that same openruntime as before when it was OC 0.6.1. It is just impossible. It seems to work, so I'll convert that branch to master, keeping the old master as something like "0.6.1branch" in case we need to access it sometime.
    5 points
  16. USB Create Install Media HP Probook 6570b Works here OC 0.7.4 Lattest compill MacBook Pro 13.1 (j132) Secound stage Boot install edit *** after secound stage boot Setup MacBook Pro 13.1 (Disable) complet other step boot then result is perfect
    5 points
  17. Downloaded the installer and fixed with your script, created the installation usb, started the procedure without errors regarding corrupt image or other. Finalize the installation successfully with OC 0.7.4 SecurebootModel = Default, my smbios always iMac19,1
    5 points
  18. Intel HD 4000 worsk good on Beta 7 HP Probook 6570b
    5 points
  19. Yes. It is fixed in ExtendedFirmwareFeatures/ExtendedFirmwareFeaturesMask.
    5 points
  20. Geforce 710 support is Gone But HD 4600 still works good on my ProDesk 600 G1πŸ˜ƒ
    5 points
  21. Good job I took early retirement I can concentrate on this latest $hit storm and see what the problem is 😜
    5 points
  22. Well, welcome aboard ... you're okay with Linux too πŸ‘ The icons come from myself, every now and then it takes my fancy and I create some sets πŸ™‚ (Backgrounds are resized to your 2560x1440 resolution) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yiuk4G2fnbGIAngP0LhWjhqNPYAXGVeA/view?usp=sharing
    5 points
  23. @antuneddu @Cyberdevs Thanks to report
    4 points
  24. Hate to admit defeat and followed suit, couldn't let go like a dog with a bone, plus I do hate the word defeat. Still think it is a convoluted way and method from the norm, but I am in the process of creating my precious installer USB drive. thanks to all the heavy lifters in the forum who made it possible.
    4 points
  25. @bisdak4920 Thanks for the workaround! @chris1111 Thanks for the Kepler Patch! Worked flawlessly @MifJpnAlphaPlus Your terminal command copies SharedSupport.dmg to Monterey\ beta.app/Contents/SharedSupport. But I think you have to extract the contents of SharedSupport.dmg instead.
    4 points
  26. I'm sorry, the sparse Image was changing. Let's make it from InstallAssistant.pkg. Move InstallAssistant.pkg to Desktop Please double click and create Install...app (broken) on /Application % cd ~/Desktop % xar -xf InstallAssistant.pkg SharedSupport.dmg % sudo mkdir /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Monterey\ beta.app/Contents/SharedSupport % sudo cp ~/Desktop/SharedSupport.dmg /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Monterey\ beta.app/Contents/SharedSupport % sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Monterey\ beta.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --nointeraction --downloadassets --volume /Volumes/USB (USB Stick named "USB") Thank you
    4 points
  27. My result also - No matter how we twist and turn this latest Beta 7 to build on an installer stick, I don't think it was pushed to be a stand alone installer unless it is a massive bug by Apple.
    4 points
  28. I got the full installer because I got the sparse image with munki / macadmin-scripts. (At that time) Intaller.app is broken, but the contents are elsewhere in the sparse image and copy it to correct app-contents. Then it is worked. % curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/munki/macadmin-scripts/main/installinstallmacos.py && sudo /usr/bin/python installinstallmacos.py --raw --seedprogram DeveloperSeed Thank you
    4 points
  29. I know the problem and the solution. Wait please when I'll commit it.
    4 points
  30. I guess this is one of the many times I'm thankful I follow this thread. I was about to do the update to Monterey PB7 tonight (well, this morning now), so while waiting for it to download, I pulled up this thread and started reading. I'm so glad I did, because afterwards I quickly updated to the latest build of OpenCore 0.7.4 (downloaded from Dortania), and this let me successfully complete the upgrade to beta 7 with no issues. I'm very grateful for all the sleuthing of everyone who contributes to this thread, and I hope this will be the last hiccup before Monterey gets released (my theory is that Apple is holding it back for a hardware event next month).
    4 points
  31. Thank you @dehjomz last 0.7.4 commit 6107bc9 does the trick with improved support for Monterey install images. Thank you so much OpenCore developers! @vit9696 @Andrey1970 and company.
    4 points
  32. My fellow hackintosh gentlemen and gentle ladies, the solution for Beta7 is to update to the latest commit of OpenCore 0.7.4 beta. Ensure PlatformInfo->Generic->AdviseFeatures is set to True. See the latest commit here: https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg/commit/1cb8490fd60f6b5f983d42e5bbf08e3d2d43d8f6 Edit: According to @Andrey1970 AdviseFeatures need not be enabled. Using 'Default' SecureBootModel: Success!
    4 points
  33. Guys I don't know how important this would be to you but periodically I get into the habit of running 'First Aid' in Disk Utility to check on the install and the health of the Disk. With all the previous trials I was doing to download/Install Beta 7, I ran a Health check and saw at least 3 errors about corruption, I wish I did take a screen shot to share here. That was one of the reasons I opted for a clean install albeit via Beta 6. Hope it helps someone out there, won't harm to check previous install (Beta 6) is ok to install over.
    4 points
  34. Success with trick iMac17,1 @5T33Z0and to my surprise the onboard i225-V is also working, so far at least
    4 points
  35. Done with the OC Troubleshooting Workflow. Added to OpenCore Update Guide as well:
    4 points
  36. Got it just now. Clover 5138. Changed nothing.
    4 points
  37. Agree. Monterey is fast and stable, I installed it over BigSur and have no BigSur now.
    4 points
  38. Same here for me also. @Naki @Henties @SavageAUS
    4 points
  39. I’m of a different opinion, I think Monterey has been super stable on both my Intel laptop and amd desktop and we should expect a release announcement soonish. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    4 points
  40. I think in the same way, too much info is not cool.
    3 points
  41. The current build of Clover went well, and I was able to boot BigSur and Monterey Beta7. The USB stick for the full installer of Monterey Beta7 is ready. It took a little trial and error, but I'm happy to report that it worked. I did an overwrite install. The first boot of the installer works fine. However, I got an error on the second boot. It says, "An error occurred while verifying the firmware." So, I got the firmware values from OpenCore's AutoGenerated.c. https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg/blob/master/Library/OcMacInfoLib/AutoGenerated.c I resumed from the same boot entry. The error disappeared and the installation proceeded successfully. As a result, it seems to be a good idea to include the firmware value written in OpenCore's AutoGenerated.c. Thank you.
    3 points
  42. If you wanna be on the safe side go for AMD R9 series like 270x or 280x. My R9 270X works ok even with the beta 7 but i don't know if that's gonna change with the final release or not. But I wasn't able to get acceleration on my R9 270 (non X version)
    3 points
  43. @chris1111 Thanks for the script, I was able to install Beta 7 without any issues
    3 points
  44. look guys: this is truly an Apple screw-up, that as I noted in an earlier post, they've done before. I have Beta 7 on my Z490 and I don't have it on my Z370. And I too, am just going to wait it out now.
    3 points
  45. @MifJpnAlphaPlus @antuneddu @eSaF Same for me, although I have beta 7 working from SU, I've tried to download standalone installer and I get an incomplete and small in size package.
    3 points
  46. Windows 11 Insiders Preview 22463.1000 (rs_prerelease) was released
    3 points
  47. Leave the TPM alone set SBModel j160 to download the update, before restarting change SBModel to Disabled, if it doesn't work like this, try the trick by setting smbios iMac17,1
    3 points
  48. Update done, smooth 3 reboots and done...
    3 points
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