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I have submitted a picture where it stops right now. The strange thing here is that i have managed to get passed this and ending up with a grey screen with the mouse pointer active just spinning that colored wheel. When i click the mouse it disappear. I´ve left the computer on that grey screen for about 7 hours and nothing is happening.

 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/39qp9zky4q5b4bn/AACVlsNnM2nIkSxb5H4IugZIa?dl=0

 

Config.plist is OK. I don't know why nothing happens. You should boot in verbose mode and provide photo of the stop screen.

Hello again, were you able to see something strange in the pictures i posted? I tried creating an USB-stick with the installer and ended up with the same problem with the grey screen.

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Hello again, were you able to see something strange in the pictures i posted? I tried creating an USB-stick with the installer and ended up with the same problem with the grey screen.

I think your FakeSMC is missing. Use latest Clover and check FakeSMC in EFI/Clover/Kexts/Other.

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I think your FakeSMC is missing. Use latest Clover and check FakeSMC in EFI/Clover/Kexts/Other.

That folder is empty. How do i get that kext?

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what is your CPU? Intel® Core™2 CPU E7400 @ 2.8Ghz right?

That was on my old rig. The one I'm using right now is a G3258 on an ASUS H81M-D board. Right now I'm trying to get Sierra retail to run but making power management work correctly is a chore in itself.

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Ask somebody. I'm writing from phone. Can't send it(((

Thanks! I will try with that! 

 

Is there anybody here that can send me the fakesmc kext?

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That was on my old rig. The one I'm using right now is a G3258 on an ASUS H81M-D board. Right now I'm trying to get Sierra retail to run but making power management work correctly is a chore in itself.

Give me config.plist

 

I want to check your config.plist

 

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Ask somebody. I'm writing from phone. Can't send it(((

I managed to get the fakesmc.kext with sierra support and the installer starts but ends after like 1 minute and says that it cant control or repair the filesystem. Now i try to boot back into macos and after 20 seconds the system totally dies and just kills the computer. I tried to block the kext in the bootloader but the problem is there. How can i delete the kext file without have the option to boot the system? Is there anything i can do to delete that file in efi/clover/kexts/other ?

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Sorry, don't know))). This patches are confirmed working!!! I'm sure you did something wrong. Check your clover settings and version of clover. Must be latest!!!

Alright. Maybe the fakesmc i got was wrong. But now i cant replace it because i cant boot up the old version anymore because of the kext.

The clover was the latest version i could find

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Alright. Maybe the fakesmc i got was wrong. But now i cant replace it because i cant boot up the old version anymore because of the kext.

The clover was the latest version i could find

 

OK. Provide complete list of your hardware (DPCI Manager in OS X or PCI-Z in Windows), your full EFI folder. I'll try to make you working copy. 

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OK. Provide complete list of your hardware (DPCI Manager in OS X or PCI-Z in Windows), your full EFI folder. I'll try to make you working copy. 

Thanks!

 

Here´s the PCI-Z file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/b3jexqpyosm6aby/DANIEL-PC-PCI-Z.txt?dl=0

 

Here´s the full EFI folder: https://www.dropbox.com/s/8m1uyljxvph2pc3/EFI.rar?dl=0

 

I managed to delete the fakesmc from kexts but the problem with crashing machine is still there right now.

 

And again, thanks for helping me!

For some reason the old config file is in that directory right now. The edited one that you looked at is here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tujpftfbytgtvdx/config.plist?dl=0

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The motherboard is: MSI Z87-G45

The CPU is: Intel Pentium G3220 3Ghz

 

Unpack it. Put it on USB flash drive formatted in FAT32, reboot and choose UEFI boot from flash drive. Boot Install macOS Sierra in verbose mode. If stop or panic provide photo. If PC reboots after panic add debug=0x100 in bootargs

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xevgrkuzeawueyc/EFI.zip?dl=0

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Unpack it. Put it on USB flash drive formatted in FAT32, reboot and choose UEFI boot from flash drive. Boot Install macOS Sierra in verbose mode. If stop or panic provide photo. If PC reboots after panic add debug=0x100 in bootargs

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xevgrkuzeawueyc/EFI.zip?dl=0

Did all the steps and ending up with this and after that the system reboots with or without debug=0x100

https://www.dropbox.com/s/55ei28k0tpy86y8/Foto%202016-09-22%2018%2013%2047.jpg?dl=0

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Did all the steps and ending up with this and after that the system reboots with or without debug=0x100

https://www.dropbox.com/s/55ei28k0tpy86y8/Foto%202016-09-22%2018%2013%2047.jpg?dl=0

 

Open EFI/Clover/Drivers64UEFI and delete OsxAptioFix2Drv. Instead of it put attached OsxAptioFixDrv. 

OsxAptioFixDrv-64.efi.zip

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I replaced the file and ended up with the same result. It reboots at the same place.

 

Update BIOS to latest version, drop it to Optimized Defaults and try again. Also you could try Legacy boot if you installed Clover for Legacy booting.

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Update BIOS to latest version, drop it to Optimized Defaults and try again. Also you could try Legacy boot if you installed Clover for Legacy booting.

It seems that bios is up to date. Loaded optimized settings and now im just presented by the apple logo without a progressbar. After 3 seconds it reboots again.

In legacy-mode the apple logo is presented and after 4-5 seconds i got a circle with a diagonal line over it.

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It seems that bios is up to date. Loaded optimized settings and now im just presented by the apple logo without a progressbar. After 3 seconds it reboots again.

In legacy-mode the apple logo is presented and after 4-5 seconds i got a circle with a diagonal line over it.

 

debug=0x100 and Verbose Mode!!! UEFI mode

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Add Debug->True in config.plist, restart in UEFI mode, boot Install macOS Sierra and give me preboot.log from EFI/Clover/misc after restart

 

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Booting will be very long ±10 min...

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Add Debug->True in config.plist, restart in UEFI mode, boot Install macOS Sierra and give me preboot.log from EFI/Clover/misc after restart

 

attachicon.gifСнимок экрана 2016-09-22 в 20.08.02.png

 

Booting will be very long ±10 min...

Here is the debug file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/g7ht9ixr3ojjici/debug.log?dl=0

 

And heres a picture of whats happen: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ehl5v5f1fitfepb/Foto%202016-09-22%2019%2025%2010.jpg?dl=0

Preboot.log is not presented at all in that folder

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