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Mojave could not be installed "Clover UEFI.pkg"

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Jonleif

I have tried to install Mojave several times and I keep getting error while running scripts from the package "Clover UEFI.pkg"

 

UEFI setting are according to recommendations.

 

I can see that this question has been asked before and I have tried the suggestions that have been put forward, but still it does not install.

 

I did use HighSierra but I managed to wipe my hard drive clean when performing the Partition while installing Mojave, some kind of error occurred and it formatted my entire hard drive to iOS and I had to reinstall Windows. 

 

I know were to find the installer log file but how do I retrieve the installer log file?

 

Toshiba Satellite P850

Processor: Intel Core i7 3630QM CPU@2.40 GHz

Baseboard: Toshiba QFKAA version 1.0

RAM: 8 GB installed

ACPI X64 Based PC

64 Bit X64 Based processor

Windows 10 Home

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Hackintosh

@Jonleif What was the name of the Volume that you were trying to Install?

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Jonleif

@Niresh I named it "MAC OS Mojave" and I allocated 100 GB to it

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Hackintosh

@Jonleif Did you erase Hard disk under GUID Partition Scheme?

Just use the name Mac, some times hyphens may cause issue with package scripts.

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Jonleif

@Niresh@Niresh  Yes I have tried that as well.

 

When I install Mojave I use the default setup and it does not install due to this problem, but when I remove the Bootloader, Mojave installs but then I am unable to open Mojave afterwards.

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Hackintosh

@Jonleif Did you erase your hard-disk as as GUID Partition?

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Jonleif

@Niresh I partitioned about 100 GB using Disk Management in Windows. Then I formatted the 100 GB to the required format during installing process of Mojave.

 

 

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Hackintosh

@Jonleif Clover UEFI installation requires GUID Partition scheme to work.

You must erase your hard disk under GUID Partition scheme.

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Jonleif

@Niresh  I partitioned the hard drive in windows and I can only choose between NTFS an exFAT formats. During the installation of Mojave when I use the Disk Utility to partition the hard drive too Mac iOS Extended (Journaled) and GUID Partition Map Scheme.

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Hackintosh

@Jonleif Double check if your Partition is GUID, Please attach a screenshot too.

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Jonleif

@Niresh I have tried to add an attachment but I do not know how to attach a picture on to this forum post.

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Billias

I have the same problem. Error "Clover UEFI.pkg"

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Hackintosh

@Billias Yes this happens if you have not portioned hard drive under GUID Partition table.

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Billias

Done!!! Thanks!!! Nvidia geforce rtx 2060 & intel wireless AC-9560 doesn't work.

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Finn123

Hello,

I'm trying to make a hackintosh on my ASRock B450m Pro4 with a Ryzen 7 1700x and a Radeon Rx580. 

I did everything just as it is esplained in this guide "https://www.hackintosh.computer/2050/hackintosh-mojave-guide/" but just a bit bevore the installation is done this error occures: 'an error occurred while running scripts from the package "clover uefi.pkg"'. 

I have erased my SSD whith the Disc Utility tool and used the format Mac OS extensed (Journaled) and the Scheme GUID Partition Map. 

I need to put these extra Boot Flags to boot the stick:

-x

PCIRootUID=0

npci=0x3000

I dont know If I really need these ones: -x, npci=0x3000 but I cant boot without PCIRootUID. 

It would be awesome, if you could help me! 

Best Regards,

Finn

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Finn123

Sorry, but right now I am not able to edit my text... 

I dont know if this is Important, but I want to install Mojave on a nvme SSD. 

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