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Hey,

 

I've been following Shaneee's tutorial on AMD OSX: https://forum.amd-osx.com/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=5902

I got to the point where I had to boot to single-user mode to input the commands written by XLNC, because my system always rebooted in Data&Privacy.

Now when I try to boot into the OS without '-s' I get this:

 

 

That AppleUSBHostController error was there when I was booting into the installer too, but it still booted after a while.

Using USB 2.0 ports wouldn't boot the installer at all, but I found out I needed to use USB 3.0.

When I tried booting into the system though, I waited 30 minutes and it didn't help.

 

I have tried many different prelinkedkernels. Some of them don't cause the USB-errors to flood the screen in single-user mode, some do.

None of them can boot into the system though, and always have that error shown in the video.

I have also tried disabling/enabling CSM and EHCI hand-off in bios, but that didn't help either.

I've seen many others having this issue as well, but found no solution.

 

I had High Sierra 10.13.6 almost fully working on this PC, so I don't think it's my BIOS settings' fault.

Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

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Had the same problem when installing Mojave on my AMD desktop.

Just download this kext (thanks to XLNC) and put it in your EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other folder.

 

https://files.amd-osx.com/XLNCUSBFix.kext.zip

 

Be aware I'm facing problems with the latest CLover versions. Breaks my USB again. Stick with CLOVER 5033 till problem solved.

good luck

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