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6 minutes ago, meaganmargaret said:

 

 

Well even after downloading the full installer as listed by @antuneddu, I got the same error.  Must be my old Z370.....

 

Have you launched the app or created the usb?
Because if I launch the app it seems to work

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but if I try to create the usb it says that the installer is not valid

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TINU app 

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I'm wrong, or the installer has some problem ... I downloaded it 2 times 🤔

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15 minutes ago, antuneddu said:

Have you launched the app or created the usb?
Because if I launch the app it seems to work

366196555_Schermata2021-09-22alle22_37_39.png.c6d8adc4e8c96e4ec732a8800ca5d31d.png 

 

but if I try to create the usb it says that the installer is not valid

674546193_Schermata2021-09-22alle22_34_39.png.3ad4f1dc91d6aaf1dbc071b99f8a7dda.png

 

TINU app 

365835601_Schermata2021-09-22alle22_35_59.png.b6d837e4b24d3c830364c9ad389748b6.png

 

I'm wrong, or the installer has some problem ... I downloaded it 2 times 🤔

 

Well, I think it's my machine, but I did try using the InstallAssistant and then booting with iMac 17, 1 and double clicking the Install macOS Monterey beta app, but it just spits out the same error for me....not sure why just yet.....

 

It starts but when I try to begin the install, that's when I get that odd error message....

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@antuneddu when I was doing a fresh install USB drive for Beta 6, I tried to use the latest version of TINU installer and it kept throwing up an error just like that so I use the previous version and I was abled to make the installer. Don’t know if there is a bug in the new version. I am in the process of making an install stick for Beta 7 so will see what happens and report findings. 

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3 minutes ago, meaganmargaret said:

 

Well, I think it's my machine, but I did try using the InstallAssistant and then booting with iMac 17, 1 and double clicking the Install macOS Monterey beta app, but it just spits out the same error for me....not sure why just yet.....

It worked for me with iMac 17.1 securebootmodel = default
So you haven't tried to create the usb? I wanted to find out if it works 🤔

3 minutes ago, eSaF said:

@antuneddu when I was doing a fresh install USB drive for Beta 6, I tried to use the latest version of TINU installer and it kept throwing up an error just like that so I use the previous version and I was abled to make the installer. Don’t know if there is a bug in the new version. I am in the process of making an install stick for Beta 7 so will see what happens and report findings. 

Thanks, I downloaded the latest of TINU, but even with the terminal it tells me that the installer is not valid

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6 minutes ago, antuneddu said:

Thanks, I downloaded the latest of TINU, but even with the terminal it tells me that the installer is not valid

I don't think there is anything wrong with the installer app because I am getting the same error. I think you can only install directly from the downloaded Monterey app it self over the previous Beta oppose to making an installer stick. If I remember correctly, Apple did that with a previous Beta can't remember if it was BS or Mojave, maybe someone with more memory cells than I can clarify.

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My fellow hackintosh gentlemen and gentle ladies, the solution for Beta7 is to update to the latest commit of OpenCore 0.7.4 beta.  Ensure PlatformInfo->Generic->AdviseFeatures is set to True.  See the latest commit here: https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg/commit/1cb8490fd60f6b5f983d42e5bbf08e3d2d43d8f6

 

Edit: According to @Andrey1970 AdviseFeatures need not be enabled.

 

Using 'Default' SecureBootModel: Success!

 

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17 minutes ago, dehjomz said:

Ensure PlatformInfo->Generic->AdviseFeatures is set to True.  See the latest commit

I don't think mine was ever any different from way back and yet I still had to jump through hoops to install. Also running the latest OC nightly version.

Hang on - so what is the correct setting - True or False? - Ok I just read @Andrey1970 post so going forward I will try False in future Updates/Installs.

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1 minute ago, eSaF said:

I don't think mine was ever any different from way back and yet I still had jump through hoops to install. Also running the latest OC nightly version. 

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Did you run the commit that vit9696 posted 5 hours ago today: https://dortania.github.io/builds/?product=OpenCorePkg&viewall=true&version=0.7.4&sha=1cb8490fd60f6b5f983d42e5bbf08e3d2d43d8f6

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3 hours ago, FredWst said:

@vit9696

 

Hack MacBookPro16,2 with Secure boot set in config.plist ApECID=0 and secureBootModel=j214k

I got update b7 proposed to update.

But got this error below. OC bug or bad config.plist ?

 

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Edit: update ok change -> secureBootModel to Disabled and back to j214k

 

Fred

 

 

 

 

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Because of this bug

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1 minute ago, meaganmargaret said:

I did try and create a USB install disk and as eSaF noted, it failed.  Haven't tried it with securebootmodel set just yet, but remember, I'm currently on 072....

 

I have 073 working on my Z490, but it won't boot on my Z370.  I have to do some research as to why, and I think I'm just going to wait this one out on the Z370.

Try with the lates OC Commit - https://dortania.github.io/builds/?product=OpenCorePkg&viewall=true - you may have a better chance, see the posts by @Andrey1970.

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18 minutes ago, meaganmargaret said:

I did try and create a USB install disk and as eSaF noted, it failed.  I have 073 working on my Z490, but it won't boot on my Z370.  I have to do some research as to why, and I think I'm just going to wait this one out on the Z370.

 

 

Thanks for the reply,failed to create an installation usb installer just tried again
" / Applications / Install macOS Monterey beta.app does not appear to be a valid OS installer application. "
I hope you have luck with the latest OC build 🤞

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2 hours ago, antuneddu said:

Have you launched the app or created the usb?
Because if I launch the app it seems to work

366196555_Schermata2021-09-22alle22_37_39.png.c6d8adc4e8c96e4ec732a8800ca5d31d.png 

 

but if I try to create the usb it says that the installer is not valid

674546193_Schermata2021-09-22alle22_34_39.png.3ad4f1dc91d6aaf1dbc071b99f8a7dda.png

 

TINU app 

365835601_Schermata2021-09-22alle22_35_59.png.b6d837e4b24d3c830364c9ad389748b6.png

 

I'm wrong, or the installer has some problem ... I downloaded it 2 times 🤔

Same here I will try another thecnics  :moil:

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