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Sheikh Hassan Majeed

MacOS could not be installed on your computer.

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Hi there,

I am also not be able to install Mac Os High Sierra.

 

My PC specs:

Intel Core i5 2nd Generation

10GB RAM

Intel HD Graphics 2000

 

Mac Installation stuck at 15 Minutes remaining and then it says:

“Mac os Couldn’t be Installed on your computer.

An Error Occurred installing MacOS. To use Apple Diagnostics to check your Mac hardware, shutdown, press the power button, and immediately hold the ‘D’ key until diagnostics begins.

Quit the installer to restart your computer and try again.”

 

Please help me out to fix this issue. 

Thanks.

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Hi,

Not related to your issue but worth a mention:  your iGPU is not supported by macOS. Either use a dedicated card or upgrade the CPU to one with HD 3000 graphics (e.g. i5 2500K).

As for your issue: how did you make the installer?
Save the install log and post it

 

 

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1 hour ago, Sheikh Hassan Majeed said:

plus how can I show you install logs?


Window -> Installer log -> Show all Logs -> save

 

1 hour ago, Sheikh Hassan Majeed said:

But still atleast it should install right? 


in theory yes.

But since you're using a distro my bet would be that the installer is corrupted.

I'd suggest creating a Vanila installer.
Take a look at this guide:

 

Edited by ricoc90

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Hi there, 

Followed the guide and did everything as mentioned, but it's not even booting up to installer, I get Prohibitory Sign right after boot to install Mac OS.

Please help me find the solution, I updated USBInjectAll.kext. But still nothing happened.....

Thanks!

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10 hours ago, Sheikh Hassan Majeed said:

Hi there, 

Followed the guide and did everything as mentioned, but it's not even booting up to installer, I get Prohibitory Sign right after boot to install Mac OS.

Please help me find the solution, I updated USBInjectAll.kext. But still nothing happened.....

Thanks!

 

Use bootflag -v, it will tell you why

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14 minutes ago, Sheikh Hassan Majeed said:

Hahah thanks bro, leave I installed Hackintosh Zone Mac Mojave, without any problem except clover settings. Now doing post installation it's working super fine with intel hd 2000. :D 


 

I doubt that it is working "super  fine", since there is no support for HD 2000 within macOS whatsoever let alone the fact that Mojave requires a metal capable GPU which the HD 2000 obviously is not.

Anyway, glad you got it running. Enjoy

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yess!!! 

only issue is graphics card.

Can you please suggest me a good graphics card.
I was looking for Sapphire Nitro RX 460 4gb Gddr5 128bit is it supported?

I have updated to 10.14.5!

 

and what about this one AMD RX 460 2GB DDR5 128BIT?

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On 6/13/2019 at 2:18 PM, Sheikh Hassan Majeed said:

yess!!! 

only issue is graphics card.

Can you please suggest me a good graphics card.
I was looking for Sapphire Nitro RX 460 4gb Gddr5 128bit is it supported?

I have updated to 10.14.5!

 

and what about this one AMD RX 460 2GB DDR5 128BIT?


Th RX460 should work fine but it really depends on the brand. I've been told that Sapphire usually is a good choice.

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One more problem, after updating to mac mojave 10.14.5, It worked well. I installed xcode and build app to my phone. After that I shutdown my pc, When I restarted it, I cannot be able to boot. I get stuck at “ioconsoleusers gioscreenlockstate 3”

 

Please help me out to fix this, i tried several boot flags but nothing. :(

boot flags which I used were -igfxvesa and -radvesa and -disablegfxfirmware, nothing happened. :(

please help me...

 

 

 

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