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I have successfully installed High Sierra (10.13) but when I want to boot from the installed hard drive, it's through an error. I checked others same thread on Insanelymac, Github, and Tonymacx86 but those won't work for me. Can anyone help me, please?
My computer specification is -
Motherboard: Gigabyte h110m-h-cf
CPU: Intel Core i5-7400 CPU@3.00GHZ
Graphics: 4gb GeForce GT730 DDR3

Ram - 16gb ddr4

Monitor - Dell connects through HDMI port.

 

I have attached error screen and my EFI folder for better understanding the issue.

EFI.zip

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You either need to use Lilu + nVidiaGraphicsFixup or simply add this patch the AGDP to avoid the black screen issue which I added to your config.plist

config.plist.zip

5 hours ago, Ajoy karmakar said:

I have successfully installed High Sierra (10.13) but when I want to boot from the installed hard drive, it's through an error. I checked others same thread on Insanelymac, Github, and Tonymacx86 but those won't work for me. Can anyone help me, please?
My computer specification is -
Motherboard: Gigabyte h110m-h-cf
CPU: Intel Core i5-7400 CPU@3.00GHZ
Graphics: 4gb GeForce GT730 DDR3

Ram - 16gb ddr4

Monitor - Dell connects through HDMI port.

 

I have attached error screen and my EFI folder for better understanding the issue.

EFI.zip

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Ajoy karmakar said:

Thanks for replying. I have placed the config.plist file in the EFI folder which you have modified but no luck same issue. Now what should I do?

Try this folder

 

EFI.zip

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2 minutes ago, Ajoy karmakar said:

Place the folder and boot but same error. I am missing something or what?..I didn't understand.

How is your BIOS/UEFI configure?

Is the discreet GPU set as primary and iGPU enabled in BIOS?

Which connector your display is connected to?

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Just now, Cyberdevs said:

How is your BIOS/UEFI configure?

Is the discreet GPU set as primary and iGPU enabled in BIOS?

Which connector your display is connected to?

 

Bios Setting - 

 

Fast boot - disabled

windows 8/10 features - other os

lan pxe - disabled

storage boot option - legacy

other pci devices - UEFI

 

Initial display output - PCie 1 slot

Intel's Platform Trust Technology (PTT) - disabled

sata mode selection - AHCI

XHCI hand off - enabled

VT-d - disabled

internal graphics - auto

 

I am using HDMI connector to connect the monitor.

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1 minute ago, Ajoy karmakar said:

 

Bios Setting - 

 

Fast boot - disabled

windows 8/10 features - other os

lan pxe - disabled

storage boot option - legacy

other pci devices - UEFI

 

Initial display output - PCie 1 slot

Intel's Platform Trust Technology (PTT) - disabled

sata mode selection - AHCI

XHCI hand off - enabled

VT-d - disabled

internal graphics - auto

 

I am using HDMI connector to connect the monitor.

You can set the Internal Graphics to Disable and only use the discreet GPU or you can set it to enable and select the DVMT to at least 96MB or higher and the try again.

I subject you enable the iGPU because it's already injected in the EFI folder.

How ever for whatever reason if you decide to disable it you need to remove the InjectIntel and the ig-platform-id form the config.plist.

 

If you decide to make the iGPU enable I suggest you use this folder instead.

 

 

EFI 2.zip

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Hi, First try -  disable the internal graphics and try to boot but it restarts the system. The bootloader graphics is a little bit awkward from the beginning I mean the bootloader is not showing in full resolution, put gap around the edge, I think the total issue begin with that. I am attaching a picture you can understand and one thing I feel very bad to bother you in this way but I think only you can help me with this matter.

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11 hours ago, Ajoy karmakar said:

Hi, First try -  disable the internal graphics and try to boot but it restarts the system. The bootloader graphics is a little bit awkward from the beginning I mean the bootloader is not showing in full resolution, put gap around the edge, I think the total issue begin with that. I am attaching a picture you can understand and one thing I feel very bad to bother you in this way but I think only you can help me with this matter.

Hi there,

Which port do you use on your GPU? DVI? HDMI? DP?

The resolution in the clover GUI can be fixed don't worry about it just let teak one step at the time and solve one issue and then we will fix the next one ;)

did you succeed on booting into macOS with the last EFI folder I posted at all or you just get the same issue?

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Hello there,

I have placed your 2nd modified efi and change internal graphics to enable and giolocakscreenstate error is gone but now in vast log after checking intel and nvidia graphics the system is restarting.

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2 minutes ago, Ajoy karmakar said:

Hello there,

I have placed your 2nd modified efi and change internal graphics to enable and giolocakscreenstate error is gone but now in vast log after checking intel and nvidia graphics the system is restarting.

Hi there,

I believe we encountered a new problem and it's some sort of a kernel panic.

Try this.

EFI 3.zip

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Ok before trying new one I got a new log. In the bootloader graphic injector i check inject nvidia gt730 and check nvdra driver then encountered a new log with lockscreen state error. Screenshot - 

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Can you do a clean install? or use a newer version of macOS High Sierra? Say 10.13.5? it has a better chance of detecting multiple GPUs

I remember that with 10.13 and 10.13.1,2,3 I had a similar issue with using dual GPU setup.

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2 hours ago, Ajoy karmakar said:

Ok no problem to install the latest os. Can you suggest me where I can begin for the successful installation with this configuration?

The best source for getting a head start is this guide

You can check it out and see if you can find what you are looking for.

I did some optimization to your EFI folder which I hope you can use to boot into macOS installer. Test it and let me know.

EFI.zip

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Hello there,

I have created a 10.13.5 usb installer. It's booting but after 50% progress...the screen is becoming black with a circle cross icon.I did google, some experts says it's cause of a usb3.0 . So i changed the port but it's doesn't work..what should I do now?..

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45 minutes ago, Ajoy karmakar said:

I am posting my EFI folder so you can easily check the issue.

EFI.zip

This folder is not compatible with your setup. where did you get that?

I need to create a new one for you so you can install macOS on your rig.

Just let me know how your BIOS/UEFI is configure?

Tell me about the how your iGPU is configured? is it active or not. Is the nVidia GPU set as primary or the iGFX is set as primary?

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My computer specification is -
Motherboard: Gigabyte h110m-h-cf
CPU: Intel Core i5-7400 CPU@3.00GHZ
Graphics: 4gb GeForce GT730 DDR3

Ram - 16gb ddr4

Monitor - Dell connects through HDMI port.

 

and 

 

Bios Setting - 

 

Fast boot - disabled

windows 8/10 features - other os

lan pxe - disabled

storage boot option - legacy

other pci devices - UEFI

 

Initial display output - PCie 1 slot

Intel's Platform Trust Technology (PTT) - disabled

sata mode selection - AHCI

XHCI hand off - enabled

VT-d - disabled

internal graphics - enable.

 

I am using HDMI connector to connect the monitor.

 

 

and again I am very thankful towards you for this fastest reply of my problem regarding Hackintosh.

 

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6 minutes ago, Ajoy karmakar said:

and again I am very thankful towards you for this fastest reply of my problem regarding Hackintosh.

You're welcome, I'm just trying to help but you might have to test some more because I don't have a KabyLake based system so I'm not sure if I configured this folder correctly or not.

Just replace the EFI folder on the USB disk with this one and see if you can successfully boot into macOS Installer and let me know.

EFI.zip

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Just now, Ajoy karmakar said:

I got this error - attempting system restart mach reboot

How the DMVT is configured in BIOS/UEFI?

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