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 [SOLVED] Need Help on Dell Inspiron i5570-7987SLV-PUS

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Progress, still can't get the USB installer to load!

In the meantime I look for a Samsung 960 EVO M2 NVMe, I disabled M2 slot and I passed the last KP, but now I'm getting another one and I think I hit the intel framebuffer bug.

New panic: panic(cpu 2 caller 0xFFFFFF7F93a5dBc2): assertmsg@/Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/GPUDriversIntel/GPUDriversIntel-12.10.12/Common/IONDRV/Intel/AppleIntelFramebuffer/AppleIntelCOntroller.cpp:28342

Help is really appreciated!

Thanks!

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At Clover gui, press O to get to Options.

Go down to Graphics Injector and select it

Select FakeID and platform-id and change it to 0x12345678

Go back to main menu and start the installer

 

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Great! I was able to boot the Mojave USB installer and everithing seems to be OK but I can't format my drive as APFS, see screenshot

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So I decided to format the internal partition as HFS+, this gives me a smooth install process until the installer restarts, then I get "Unknown error: -110", see screenshot

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Thanks a lot in advise!

CLOVER.zip

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Did you format the whole drive to GUID / Journal Extended?

Before creating 2 partitions?

I see you have second partition for W10.

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Well, finally got the installer working as expected, I have solved the APFS issue in the USB Mojave Installer by:

  1. Run Disk Utility
  2. Format macos partition to HFS+
  3. Convert the HFS+ partition to APFS by selecting the HFS+ partition and then click Edit->Convert to APFS
  4. Installation went fine, but then hanged at the finishing steps (see attached log)
  5. Rebooted the laptop with the USB install disk but selecting macos entry
  6. The post installation steps appeared and I was able to finish installation

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Now I'm setting up Clover for normal boot from internal SSD

Installer Log 10-Aug-2019.txt.zip

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You have either remove all the app from the dock or there's major issue with the installation.

 Shouldn't be only 5 items on the dock on 1st boot.

 

Your installer doesn't need to be formatted to APFS, HFS+ is fine.

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Guess what?! Now I'm having issues with clover install, jajaja

 

Clover installer works just fine, I follow step 3 from the install guide then press F12 to select UEFI Mac OS X boot option, but that reises the DELL SupportAssist firmware program

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Feel free to ask me for more info or debug files (if you point me on how to obtain them)

 

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