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Mojave on AMD FX8320E and 970A-G / 3.1

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Hello guys!

 

I'm trying to install macOS High Sierra and Mojave but so far it has not been successful. So I came to ask for your help and also to describe my hardware to see if it is possible.

 

Processor: AMD FX8320E
Motherboard: 970A-G / 3.1
Video Card: RX460 4GB

 

The versions I'm trying to install are on the links:

 

 

I'm sorry for English, but it actually used a translator.

 

Attached some pictures of the above two installation attempts.

 

Remembering that there were several attempts in each of the versions.

 

Thank you!

 

Walison

 

Mojave

 

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High Sierra

 

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@Walison Looks like PCI Configuration Begin Error

Use npci=0x2000 or npci=0x3000

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@Niresh, you say in the case of the attempted installation of High Sierra, right?

 

And can you give me an example of how to use this command?

 

Do you have any suggestions to try to correct the error of Mojave installation attempts?

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I followed your recommendations and the following occurred:

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Any other suggestions?

npci = 0x2000 and npci = 0x3000 the result was the same. It was something like an infinite loop.

I await new help.

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@Walison Try using a different USB port. This happens when you need to change port. Try ports right on the motherboard, not a front bus or USB 3. 

 

I am on an 8350 / 990fx combo

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@Ibrosious, thank you! Finally worked out with their hint the High Sierra.

 

Do you have any suggestions for installing Mojave?

 

The image of the maximum that I got, is also in the first post.

 

Thank you one more time!

 

Walison

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Nothing helps, of course.

Moving the USB stick around is probable mere quackery that does not help, either.

 

Honestly, the developers ought to come up with an explanation and either a fix, or an admission that it is beyond their means to fix it.

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This also happens on High Sierra on a Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD5, revision 3.1, with BIOS version FEf.

 

{Why cannot I edit my previous post anymore?!}

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