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Hi everybody! I'm trying to install MacOS Sierra on my pc. Here are it's components:

Mobo: MSI z270 gaming pro carbon

CPU: i7 7700k

SSD: Samsung 960pro 512gb

Cooler: Corsair Hydro H115i

RAM: Corsair Vengeance 2x4gb 3200mhz

PSU: EVGA superNOVA g2 850w

Case: NZXT s340

 

When I try to boot it, this is what happens:

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BxBEcsO0MK86UEEtQXpSR2YxWms

 

Can anyone help?

Thanks

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hola, has conseguido algo? estoy en la misma situación que Vd

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@ReluctantLoris 

Set your BIOS to boot in Legacy Mode, It will load Chameleon bootloader, try booting with it

Keep me posted

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3 hours ago, Niresh said:

@ReluctantLoris 

Set your BIOS to boot in Legacy Mode, It will load Chameleon bootloader, try booting with it

Keep me posted

I'll try and answer in few hours.

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@Niresh i forgot to say that that error was given because i have a Samsung M2 NVMe 960pro. I tried to remove it and it kinda worked but with a lot of bugs even during the installation. I can't remember everything clearly now cause it's been like 4 months ago

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On 16/01/2018 at 3:03 PM, Niresh said:

@ReluctantLoris 

Set your BIOS to boot in Legacy Mode, It will load Chameleon bootloader, try booting with it

Keep me posted

Ok i tried right now. It started the installer. I did tools>disks and i tried to format one of my hdds in macos format and it gave me error. Then the hdd vanished. I went on win10 to format the hdd and have it back. When i went back to the bootable usb it gave me error.

Here's everything

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=1JYkmjHA4AOaCnBa_aqkXZTyste9MVd2S

 

Edit: ok i tried to boot first the other partition of the usb (the not EFI one) and it got stuck like it did before. Now i booted the efi one and it's booting fine like before. I'm gonna check if i can initiate the hdd.

Allright it booted and started some kind of configuration. I waited for it to end and I did a reboot. The problem is that the resolution is too low and i can't see properly Clover's window. What can I do?

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@ReluctantLoris Do not post links via Google Drive, Upload to Cl.ly and post links

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2 hours ago, Niresh said:

@ReluctantLoris Do not post links via Google Drive, Upload to Cl.ly and post links

allright I didn't know that. However did you see sonething?

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@ReluctantLoris Your link doesnt work, upload to cl.ly

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1 minute ago, Niresh said:

@ReluctantLoris Your link doesnt work, upload to cl.ly

oh, ok i'll try

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@Niresh i solved that error and booted the system. I rebooted it and it's not booting anymore.

I select macos from the bootloader, it starts a verbose boot and after a while the computer shuts down. Also i don't know what to do with graphics because it sets resolution to 800x600. I have a gtx750 maxwell and idk how to follow the guide you made because clover's window is too big for the resolution.

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@ReluctantLoris I need screenshots or videos, how do you expect me to help?

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Just now, Niresh said:

@ReluctantLoris I need screenshots or videos, how do you expect me to help?

What should I use for videos, cl.ly? It says i shall download CloudApp for win.

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@ReluctantLoris  Youtube

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Just now, Niresh said:

@ReluctantLoris  Youtube

Here it is

 

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This is an issue with volume, Your hard disk must be corrupted there are possible chance as from the log, try installing on a different hard disk.

This is not a kernel panic

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Just now, Niresh said:

This is an issue with volume, Your hard disk must be corrupted there are possible chance as from the log, try installing on a different hard disk.

This is not a kernel panic

Ok so i'll try to install this again i guess.

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