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Lenovo G50-80 Laptop Intel i5 Boot Issues

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Hello team,


Please see the attached screenshots. I am using a High Sierra Installer with CLOVER. Please help me figure out why I can't even get to the installer portion. After I select the options with clover I only get one or two lines of text as you can see from running the -V flag in verbose.


Please help me figure out how to get past this error. I will donate for anyone's help.


It stops on verbose saying this: IsxAptioFix2Drv: Starting overrides for \. IABootFiles\boot.efi

Using reloc block: no, hibernate wake: no



Does anyone know what to do next to get past this so I can get to the installer portion?


Is it because of my options selected in Clover or the boot flags?


Here is the specs:

  • Processor. Intel Core i5-5200U. Speed. 2.7 GHz. ...
  • RAM. 4GB. Type. DDR3. ...
  • Inbuilt HDD. 1TB. Speed (RPM) 5400. ...
  • Screen Size. 15.6 inches. Maximum Display Resolution(dpi) 1366 x 768. ...
  • GPU Model. ATI JET LE R5 M230. GPU Memory (shared) 2GB. ...
  • USB 2.0 ports. USB 3.0 ports. Bluetooth. 4.0. ...











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I have a Lenovo g50 80 core i3 5005u and dual graphic intel hd and amd(ati) radeon.

I didn't worked with MAC at least one time till now. But i need a MAC to run a react-native ios simulation. and i've no money to buy a MAC. ( It is super expensive in IRAN)

I got download Sierra.raw and created a usb bootable disk with win32-diskmanager and I did boot up the laptop in EFI and clover will shown (3763 in right down corner (is it version?)).

So When i do "Boot MAC OS X from Install macOS Sierra" which is a question marked icon,it will stuck exactly like the screen in first post.

There's no folder named EFI on usb disk and i don't know how to get right configuration. I'm dummy with MAC.

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