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Help - busy timeout : AppleEFIRuntime

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Hi, 
I finally decided to install macOS high sierra on my laptop - Lenovo IdeaPad 720S 15IKB.
It has:

 

i5-7300HQ, Intel HM175
12GB DDR4 RAM
A Samsung 256GB NVMe Drive
GTX 1050 Ti With Max-Q

 

The first try did not boot so i had to use some args to get it to boot. The first problem arises due to the fact that all available usb slots are usb 3.1. The installer did not recognise my keyboard and trackpad and i had to install some kexts to get them working. Well, after i intalled the kexts, It was stuck in a boot loop. I was fed up and it was late so i decided to download hackintosh zone from niresh. I would install it later. Well, when i run hackintosh zone it gets stuck at the apple logo after loading. I ran it in verbose mode and it gets stuck in the following

 

[Date] localhost com.apple.xpc.launchd[1] <Error>: Host-level exception raised: pid = 541, thread = 0xbf1f, exception type = 0xd, codes = { 0 }, states = { 0 }
busy timeout[0], (240s): 'AppleEFIRuntime'
busy timeout[1], (240s): 'AppleEFIRuntime'
busy timeout[2], (240s): 'AppleEFIRuntime'

 

Then the screen goes blank and it starts over.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

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