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RaviKavaiya

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@Niresh Sir, sorry for tagging you, but I am confused.

 

My original question is at:  https://www.hackintoshzone.com/topic/23015-need-help-installing-high-sierra/

 

After posting question, I came to know that installing Sierra may solve the problem

 

QUESTION: Can anyone tell me that if I install Sierra, will it solve the problem?

ALSO, after that can I update to High Sierra? HOW?

 

Inconvenience is regretted.

Thanks.

 

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@RaviKavaiya Yes sierra would work, you can upgrade as usual but you may need to edit DSDT to disable discrete graphics. First install Sierra.

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Ok, thanks sir.

I will try installing Sierra.

But I don't know how to edit the DSDT and all this...

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@Niresh Hello sir, in High Sierra, I successfully solved the 2 Graphics card issue by patching SSDT.

Now, I can see the installer screen.

 

BUT, ANOTHER PROBLEM : (I am dual booting) On my SSD, I have kept around 100 GB free for MacOs. 

But, in setup, in Disk Utility, when I try to format that partition for mac, it shows me this error :  

 

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MediaKit reports not enough space on device for requested operation.

 

Note : My system's EFI partition is large enough. (Around 260 MB)

Help needed.

Thanks.

 

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Edit: i think i figured out the problem.

On my ssd, windows is installed, so obviously the EFI partition is on SSD.

 

Now, i am installing MacOs on HDD.

 

PROBLEM: How to manage this situation?

I don't want to partition my SSD, coz I want it in Windows...

 

Thanks.

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@RaviKavaiya If you can not partition SSD, try to partition your HDD.

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Suppose I partition my HDD, but how can I manage to boot from both the disks using Clover?

If I install Mac in HDD, it will create its own EFI partition in HDD.

So, I will have EFI partitions both in HDD and SSD.

 

How to merge this?

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EDIT : I partitioned my HDD.

I installed on my HDD.

Now, I am on the basic setup menu.

The problem is, I only have USB mouse, no keyboard and laptop keyboard is not working.

Any solution?

Please, I am in hurry..

 

Thanks.

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@RaviKavaiya Is it a laptop?

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Yes it is a laptop. I got a usb keyboard and setup.

Now, my laptop's keyboard and touchpad are not working.

I installed ps2 kext, but that only worked for keyboard, not the touchpad.

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