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Been trying to install a bootloader. No luck.

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IMG_20180929_141223.jpgI've been trying to install a bootloader for my Hackintosh. I tried a lot of tutorials, but I can't boot from the HDD. I need a USB with the system DMG to boot.

When I try to start the system without the USB, I get this message.

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@ANiCRe Have you tried to Install Clover or Chameleon bootloader.

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On 10/3/2018 at 4:43 PM, Niresh said:

@ANiCRe Have you tried to Install Clover or Chameleon bootloader.

I've tried Clover, nothing. Chameleon, same thing.

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@ANiCRe Does your Motherboard supports UEFI?

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On 10/7/2018 at 6:51 PM, Niresh said:

@ANiCRe Does your Motherboard supports UEFI?

No idea. How do I check that?

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@ANiCRe What is your Motherboard model?

List full hardware specs

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1 hour ago, Niresh said:

@ANiCRe What is your Motherboard model?

List full hardware specs

Full computer specs or just the motherboard? And how do I see the model? Is there something like a Speccy alt for macOS?

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@ANiCRe I need full hardware details, Motherboard model usually hard-printed on the Motherboard. 

 

or use Google: How to find motherboard model

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22 hours ago, Niresh said:

@ANiCRe I need full hardware details, Motherboard model usually hard-printed on the Motherboard. 

 

or use Google: How to find motherboard model

CPU: Intel Core i7 (2nd Gen) (3.40 GHz)

GPU: nVidia Geforce GT 740 (VRAM: 2 GB)

RAM: 12 GB

That's everything I can confirm now. I don't know how to get the motherboard model without taking the computer apart. I heard that's dangerous.

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@ANiCRe ohh without motherboard i can't help, but i will try to. 

Check if there is UEFI or CSM options available in BIOS?

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7 minutes ago, Niresh said:

@ANiCRe ohh without motherboard i can't help, but i will try to. 

Check if there is UEFI or CSM options available in BIOS?

I found something. "UEFI Boot". It was disabled, so I enabled it. Now it boots without USB. Still, I get a very basic, text-based, boot menu. To properly boot my Hackintosh, I have to type "GraphicsEnabler=No", and select the HDD. How do I get a graphic boot loader, with settings and such?

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Do the following steps. & report @ANiCRe 

Reboot System, 

Keep pressing Number 6

Check if clover bootloader loads

Check if Mac Boot without problem

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28 minutes ago, Niresh said:

Do the following steps. & report @ANiCRe 

Reboot System, 

Keep pressing Number 6

Check if clover bootloader loads

Check if Mac Boot without problem

Clover loads. But when I try to modify the boot arguments, the bootloader freezes.

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@ANiCRe Then you have to stick with Chameleon themes. the linked article may help you.

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@Niresh @Niresh So, I could get the Hackintosh going. Everything was right. Clover doesn't crashes. It just pauses everything, so I thought it crashed.

I tried reinstalling the system because Vanilla Mojave didn't work properly with my computer (Hackintosh Mojave distro when!?). I updated Clover. But now I get this error when I select the main macOS partition.15407542470876583328838676006414.jpg

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Try to replace OsxAtionFix2Drv with OsxAtionFix3Drv 

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@NireshHow do I do that?

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