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[E5450] crashes after succesfull install & config

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Hello,

 

I trying to install macOS Sierra on a Dell Latitude E5450 ( i5-5250 / 4 Gb / 128 SSD) according to the general guideline https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8506-dell-latitude-inspiron-precision-clover-guide/

 

I'm able to boot succesfull from usb and install Sierra all the way. Every step i'm able to complete succesfully. After the last step i reboot and the system crashes and reboots again.

 

I made a photo with the verbose logging active

 

Does anyone seen this before ?

 

Kind regards

 

Frank

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Check the IOGraphicsFamily patch in Clover's config file with CloverConfigurator tool, section Kernel & Kext Patches. It should be:

Find: 01007525
Replace by: 010000EB25

and your config file may have the patch details of a previous OS X version in place.

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If not, then look for this instead under kextToPatch and change it to what Hervé had or just disable it

IOGraphicsFamily
Find: 01007517
Replace by: 010000EB17

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Hello,

 

I figure it out. I've skipped some steps in your manual. I was able to boot succesfully from usb and therefor i copied only the EFI folder to the ssd disk. Then i was able to boot with cover direct from the harddisk. Thanks in advance for support and hard work in order to create the manuals.

 

Regards

 

Frank

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