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hello guys, i need some help, when I try to install, I get the error "panic.apple.com to report this panic". 

my computer is a lenovo g400s touch with an Intel i3 3110m and a intel hd graphics 4000, it has 4gb ram.

i'm using opencore bootloader 

i think is a graphic card error in config.plist.

thanks guys

 

i attached the pendrive files here

Desktop.rar

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