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1 hour ago, nanotech said:

Hi Kakaro, of course definitely its freezing randomly , few times exactly like you , but THIS IS A FUNDAMENTAL TO APPLE macOS  NOT ONLY MOJAVE .!!!! THEY DONT HAVE TIME TO DEAL WITH IT LIKE IOS !!! .

And defiantly I am very lucky not owing real Mac ! only iPad  no more !! .

To understand what you are reading ,just take a look at this https://discussions.apple.com/thread/8565872 

Even the newst MacBook Pro  is completely suffering !!! as I said ITS A FUNDAMENTAL BUG TO APPLE !!!.

Of course its not a problem with our Hackintosh installation defiantly NO .

fortunately we can try to figure out where are the bugs , and try to update  to latest build may be Apple got some time to resolve

thos FUNDAMENTAL bugs !

 

It is also failing the screen, dashes or pixels are all, the battery indicator fails, every time the key does not appear and you have to enter system preferences, save energy and check in to show the status of the battery in the bar of menus. The load indicator also fails, it freezes and you have to enter the icon and uncheck and redial in show percentage, this will be by the kext ACPIBatteryManager.kext?

Does the same thing happen to you?

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1 hour ago, mohammed-dirdasawi said:

Hi guides....

what the problem at these situation through installation stage after 3 minutes 
i trying more than one config file but same thing !!!!!

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Send the configuration of your laptop, how you proceeded to install clover, what options you chose and what version of MacOS you are trying to install

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1 hour ago, mohammed-dirdasawi said:

this is my configuration file.

i'm using Win32DiskImager to burn OS

i'm using clover version 2.3k rev 3763 and version of MacOS is MacOs high sierra 10.13 

config.plist

Is very older Clover, use v2.4k r4722. 

What laptop do you have, what brand, model, processor, memory, you are generating the installer from a real Mac, a hackintosh or from Windows? You're config.plist is very poorly structured

If you are using Windows 10, check this guide to create the installer 

https://www.wikigain.com/create-macos-high-sierra-bootable-usb-installer-windows-10/ 

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On 11/14/2018 at 10:19 PM, Kakaro said:

It is also failing the screen, dashes or pixels are all, the battery indicator fails, every time the key does not appear and you have to enter system preferences, save energy and check in to show the status of the battery in the bar of menus. The load indicator also fails, it freezes and you have to enter the icon and uncheck and redial in show percentage, this will be by the kext ACPIBatteryManager.kext?

Does the same thing happen to you?

hi , No the battery indicator is working perfectly at all just Mojave is power hungry drains battery in 50% of its normal time 

and No, very rare little artifacts  that is ignord for me, my experience with Mojave is just normal,productive and definitely usable 

the battery indicator was giving me errors when I played with total dedicated video memory putting it to its maximum 512 mb in BIOS , 

and it was a catastrophic step , So try setting your bios to opimized defaults , get latest FakeSMC.kext . Use the battery kext I have uploaded for you .

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21 hours ago, mohammed-dirdasawi said:

i have Dell Inspiron 5110 | i7-2630QM 2.0GHz Processor | Intel HD 3000 with NVIDIA GeForce GT 525M | 1366 x 768 

and i generating installer from windows 8.1 

i'll using windows 10 and see what happens..... Thanks...

you don't even read the first post and got your config.plist wrong I will create the correct one for you and upload to try 

UPDATE:

thos files for your system try them as in the guide :

 

 

I7Files.zip

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3 hours ago, nanotech said:

you don't even read the first post and got your config.plist wrong I will create the correct one for you and upload to try 

UPDATE:

thos files for your system try them as in the guide :

 

I7Files.zip

thanks for these i'll try to add your attached file and trying. i hope that success.

but i want to ask...

my laptop is legacy bios mode i dont have choice to change BIOS Boot Mode to UEFI and Secure Boot to disable. i changed virtualization to disable and SATA Mode to AHCI!! is that enough??

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You can perfectly run OS X/macOS/Mojave with BIOS in legacy mode. All my Hacks run in that mode, not in UEFI. AHCI disk mode has been a must for a number of years. For Virtualization, you can keep it enabled but disabling it for Direct I/O is highly recommended.

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Well, it's pretty clear, isn't it? Make sure you reformat/erase your target parition before you install Sierra.

 

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12 minutes ago, mohammed-dirdasawi said:

that ok! i used your file attached to me but after apple logo loaded appear these error!!

i hope to help. 

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Its not a clean installation

EDIT:

backup your files and format your partition for clean install , you are trying to install the same macOS version ! go clean install.

when installer startup go to disk uitility format your installation partition then continue the installation

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1 hour ago, mohammed-dirdasawi said:

thanks for these i'll try to add your attached file and trying. i hope that success.

but i want to ask...

my laptop is legacy bios mode i dont have choice to change BIOS Boot Mode to UEFI and Secure Boot to disable. i changed virtualization to disable and SATA Mode to AHCI!! is that enough??

Its OK, I have Mode my BIOS to UEFI but all my MacOS till high seirra were installed in bios legacy mode .

Now I went UEFI for Mojave using it in CADY while windows 10 in its own HDD . 

I dissabled windows 10 internal sata completely then installed Mojave in CADY using UEFI Mode .

then enabled windows 10 internal sata hdd .

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31 minutes ago, nanotech said:

Its not a clean installation

EDIT:

backup your files and format your partition for clean install , you are trying to install the same macOS version ! go clean install.

when installer startup go to disk uitility format your installation partition then continue the installation

i did that my HHD is empty and i format it but same error

i put DSDT.aml and SSDT-4 2.aml in CLOVER\ACPI\patched. is not it?!

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5 minutes ago, mohammed-dirdasawi said:

i did that my HHD is empty and i format it but same error

i put DSDT.aml and SSDT-4 2.aml in CLOVER\ACPI\patched. is not it?!

OHHH... your SSDT-4 REMAME IT its not SSDT-4 2.AML

ITS SSDT-4.aml 

Its my fault ,  sorry .

but it seems its not related to your error , it seems you have MacOS Sierra Mount points in your boot sector of your HDD that till the installer that you allready have MacOS Sierra installed 

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Just now, mohammed-dirdasawi said:

same error :(

but it seems its not related to your error , it seems you have MacOS Sierra Mount points in your boot sector of your HDD that till the installer that you allready have MacOS Sierra installed 

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For that reason I have installed Mojave in completely separated HDD in CADY formate it as GUID not master boot record 

Tri testing installing it onto External HDD , before that go to bios and disable your internal sata HDD.

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Just now, nanotech said:

For that reason I have installed Mojave in completely separated HDD in CADY formate it as GUID not master boot record 

Tri testing installing it onto External HDD , before that go to bios and disable your internal sata HDD.

i will trying it very soon... thanks :)

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18 minutes ago, mohammed-dirdasawi said:

i will trying it very soon... thanks :)

When I tried to install MacOS on my windows 10 HDD the installer  error message told me that my installation may destroy my windows and makes it not bootable ,which assure that the Sierra installer knows exactly what OS we already installed on our system, its defiantly checks for boot entries in the boot sector of the HDD ,SO if you formatted your target partition  without removing Sierra boot entries it my consider that you have Sierra already installed and throws this odd error.

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On 11/14/2018 at 10:19 PM, Kakaro said:

It is also failing the screen, dashes or pixels are all, the battery indicator fails, every time the key does not appear and you have to enter system preferences, save energy and check in to show the status of the battery in the bar of menus. The load indicator also fails, it freezes and you have to enter the icon and uncheck and redial in show percentage, this will be by the kext ACPIBatteryManager.kext?

Does the same thing happen to you?

Regarding artifacts in Mojave ,its fundamental after each major MacOS release . not only for Hackintosh but also for real MAC systems.

for this case there is a nice workaround using SwitchResX start from here 

by the way , I have replaced my lcd module ( 65.2 kHz pixel clock ) with LG lcd module ( 71.2 kHz pixel clock) ,which dramatically reduced artifacts in mountain lion and all newer MacOS , you can change pixel  clock with SwitchResX 

without any need to replace your LCD module

 

 

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On 11/15/2018 at 8:48 AM, styrian said:

Hello!

 

I have seveeral times read, that ACPIPoller.kext of Rehabman could solve promlems with acpi readout for battery etc. Could be found on his BitBucket.

 

Have fun.

ACPIPoller.kext the solution, thanks styrian

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