Nope figured it out, I did terminal thing but due to having ethernet in it kept updating upon install. So i took it out and im installing it now. Thx alot u guys big help.
got it! you need to change the system year to 2018. Write in the terminal
date -u 1117164418
and it will work
If that was the solution then you might also bypass this issue using clover boot flagShould that be it as ive tried that and still getting same error?
-no_compat_check(disable the compatibility) for installation right? or simply as said by @yoel1b you can do it by updating the time. If you're having an issue with updating time from the terminal then simply you can also do this from BIOS as well (this is just a reminder if you're in trouble).
Make sure you set SATA to AHCI in BIOS and you're booting into UEFI mode.Thank you very much for your guide. Everything was going well during the process until I got to Clover. I set the Boot Args and changed the fake id, yet whenever i select Boot macOS Install I just boot back into clover after the console prints +++++++++++++++++. What should I do?
Ok, I see, thanks. My in my laptop's BIOS I couldn't find any option for a UEFI mode. The only thing I found was Launch CSM, which I set to disabled. I also couldn't find an option for VT Direct I/O. Is this a problem?Make sure you set SATA to AHCI in BIOS and you're booting into UEFI mode.
boot in verbose mode, and attach the screenshot after you stuck, make sure text are readable.Hello, I followed everything and I have finally managed to install macOS. Most of the things don't work, like my touchpad and keyboard or wifi, but I get that. My main issue, however, is that when I first install it and boot it up it works, however after the first time boot up it doesn't work anymore, I boot it up in verbose mode, can't see anything that might have gone wrong, then it goes to the Apple logo with the loading bar and it stays there forever at what looks like 20-25%. Now I don't know if it is being EXTREEEMMLYY slow or it's just hung.
Has anyone experienced this, does anyone know how to fix it or see what is happening?
We all have own reason to switch or sideload from windows to mac. some switches because they love the user interface of mac, some needs to use the software that are only available on mac or some just love to hackintosh such as me. Mojave was released just a month before and many hackintosher are willing to install it, experience the new back UI, new features but to make a USB installer you need a real mac or hackintosh (not VM) pc. And due to lack of real mac most of hackintosh lovers are stuck there and I have a solution for it. You don't need a real mac you can burn the USB straight from windows using Transmac and install it directly. Excited ?? let's get started!!
- UEFI supported Desktop/Laptop
- 16 GB or higher USB disk
- 2 GB for Desktop or 4 GB for Laptop ram or higher recommended
Download Link 1 Download Link 2
- Download the Mojave Image from above link
- Download and install Transmac
- Put downloaded file Mojave and Transmac into Desktop
- Insert USB drive and Open Transmac
- Right click on USB drive and select Format Disk For Mac.
- Once format is complete, again Right click and select Restore with disk image.
- Wait for finishing task (usually takes between 30 to 45 minutes)
Once transmac completes the task reboot your system and enter to BIOS, Press F2 fro dell , usually Del or ESC on Desktop and most of the laptops. Provide the BIOS password if you've set and restore default settings and make changes as below :
Remember you laptop BIOS settings may be different and may have different label than above mentioned but will have similar words, find it and configured as listed above. And don't forget to save the settings after you have made changes. Mostly F10 to save and exit the BIOS on older laptop and desktops.
- Set boot mode to UEFI
- Disable secure boot
- SATA mode to AHCI
- Disable Intel Virtualization Support
- Disable VT for Direct I/O
Plug in bootable USB and reboot, then select one time boot menu, mostly F12, you can find above one time boot menu into BIOS. You'll then get a one-time boot menu and select USB UEFI disk. Then, You'll be able to see a Clover boot screen and go to options and append boot arguments as
kext-dev-mode=1 nv_disable=1 -v, then go to Graphics Injector > Inject Intel > and set
Fake-Id to 0x12345678, then press Enter > ESC > ESC. Finally select Boot OS X from Install Mojave Bla.. Blaa... Blaaa...,
Now, you're at verbose mode, If you get stuck here then take picture of message and attach it below to get help form Noobsplanet. At this time if you're on laptop your keyboard or touchpad may not work, If this is your case you need to plug USB Keyboard or USB mouse on your laptop for setting up(Once, we install we'll fix this). Then from the GUI list, select Disk Utility and select partition and click on Erase. set name as "Noobsplanet HDD" and select OS X Journalised and click Erase. After Erase is complete exit the disk utility and select Install macOS mojave bla.. bla.. from list. Agree the license agreement then select Noobsplanet HDD and click Install. Again this will gonna take about 30 to 60 minutes.
After Installation is complete, like we did above first paragraph of Installing system, set Fake-id to
0x12345678and append boot arguments as
kext-dev-mode=1 nv_disable=1 -v, now from this time we'll be selecting the Noobsplanet HDD disk instead of Install OS X from Mojave. First time when you boot you'll be asked to login through your apple id. If you don't have one then you can skip then step and setup it later from preferences.
Once, You're at desktop you need to install the Clover to HDD to be able to boot without USB. Now you may have problems with keyboard, touchpad, mouse, usb, performance, graphics problem, battery draining, brightness issue and audio, etc. I won't go all detail on this, check our full playlist video on our channel (YouTube Channel ) or See our FAQ guide and old Sierra guide. Everything is explained detail. Explore the Noobsplanet site.!! If you need help please open a thread we're always happy to hear from you.
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I am getting Couldnt allocate runtime when installing. Can someone point me in the correct direction. I have Followed this step by step.
OsxAptioFix2Drv.efiwhich is located at USB EFI (/EFI/Clover/driver64UEFI/), try replace with
OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efiwhich can be found on resources section.