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Hello insanelymac forum.

My PC is Lenovo ideapad 530s with i5-8250U, nvidia mx130 and UHD Graphics 620.

I configured a kingston g3 usb (16gb) with efi mounted from a high sierra installation in virtualbox. I followed this guide

My pc stucks at time 6:40.

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Hi and welcome to InsanelyMac.

 

This problem haven't anything related with Clover, check our methods:

https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/321872-guide-sierra-high-sierra-mojave-catalina-on-mobos-serie-100-200-300-skylake-kabylake-coffeelake-dsdt/

 

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Which method are you using to install macOS?

Did you set your BIOS correctly and already are using the last (stable) version of it?

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16 hours ago, Allan said:

Which method are you using to install macOS?

Did you set your BIOS correctly and already are using the last (stable) version of it?

I followed this guide

 

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56 minutes ago, Hervé said:

Please post your Clover EFI folder for review.

 

Did you apply the patch to rename your Embedded Controller (if applicable of course)? It's mandatory if the controller is not named EC by default and failing to do so will simply prevent Catalina to boot.

 

If you've not done so already, extract your vanilla BIOS tables by pressing F4 at Clover main menu. All extracted tables will then go to ACPI/origin and the name of the Embedded Controller can be checked (usually in DSDT) by searching for "PNP0C09". It's the device this name relates to.

I took a modified efi folder from this link https://olarila.com/files/Clover.Folder/CLOVER.SERIES.100.200.300.zip

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1 hour ago, Hervé said:

Of course your NVME SSD is M.2, that's the connector type of all NVME SSDs! That does not tell us the make and model, you know the stuff usually find on a label sticked to a piece of equipment...

 

As for the Embedded Controller, I believe I told you what you ought to do too. Keep things simple, don't try and over-complicate things.

SSD Model: SK hynix PC401 HFS256GD9TNG, 256 GB

I renamed EC but now the bar doesn't load

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