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Hi i have problem with installation High Sierra to my computer, always when i have my graphics card in PCI slot, i get error PCI Parity Error! F1 to continue, F2 to reboot but F1 or F2 not working..I must install from 2nd HDD because my motherboard not see usb flash drive in boot select, and when it see, i have boot0 : error

My Computer

Motherboard : Gigabyte GA-G33M-S2

CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core E6700 3,20GHz

GPU: Point of View GT520

SSD: Netac 120GB

HDD: Seagate Baracuda 160GB

RAM: 2x2GB DDR2 800MHz, 1x1GB DDR2 800MHz

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Hackintosh

@PeterStieber 

 

The boot0 error, is it happening before or after the installation?

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PeterStieber

@Niresh When i booting from usb flash drive 

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Hackintosh

@PeterStieber is it happening before or after the installation?

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Hackintosh

@PeterStieber Hackintosh High Sierra is a well tested bootable Installer. It supports UEFI & EFI booting.

Make sure your have checked your BIOS Settings before configuring your Hackintosh.

 

If your BIOS has CSM option disable it & try booting via UEFI Clover boot loader.

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PeterStieber

@Niresh i dont have uefi only BIOS in my motherboard, is it LGA775

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Hackintosh

@PeterStieber Then something is wrong with your BIOS Settings, it could be related to USB Settings, fix them.

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PeterStieber

@Niresh My BIOS settings is good, but BIOS not see flash drive as harddisk, but see flash drive as usb hdd, but when is hackintosh zone on 2nd HDD, i have error PCI Parity Error

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Hackintosh

PCI Parity Error is related to your motherboard not Sierra Installer, You may have to update BIOS or try an older version of macOS.

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PeterStieber

@Niresh BIOS is updated to latest version and some time ago i have Mac OS High Sierra in this PC and is fully working...

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Hackintosh

@PeterStieber So you mean you have already Installed High Sierra on This PC?

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PeterStieber

@Niresh Yes, some time ago

 

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Hackintosh

Why don't you Install High Sierra?

 

Update boot file in EFI Partition with latest enoch or chameleon.

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PeterStieber

I want to install High Sierra but now is isn´t working.@Niresh 

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Hackintosh

@PeterStieber High Sierra distro was never changed or updated, This could be an issue with your pen drive, try a new pen drive to make bootable USB & Install from it.

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