My Hackintosh is showing the circle with the slash through it and it won't boot for the first time.
ng 16384 buffer headers and 10240 cluster IO buffer headers
I keep getting this error when I click install
The macOS is damaged seems to be the date and time issue as reported by the community. You can check community answers in the comment section in this thread.I'm here to try, again, to get my Asrock MB up and running with the Mojave install. After first time bumbling around Clover I had two issues. I'm one of many who cannot do an _ while in Clover. On Line, many had same complaints, no fix, so able to edit already in place kext. After doing initial changes I got to the part where you just boot into OSX. Man, I looked all over for the install button, lol, some things are so obvious, no? Anyway after Clover ran compiled Mojave, I was greeted with a OSX utility screen. Yea! I then used it to format spare SSD then went back to install the included Mojave 10.14. Up popped a screen saying the file was corrupt, same as a previous poster. The poster claimed it was fixed but did not understand what he fixed. I searched the web and found several same problem from bad date to ram. So as I type this, Transmac is doing it's thing on another USB stick to rule out actual file or usb corruption. Will try again tomorrow. Cheers!
Change the date to previous years back will solve this issue. read the above comments by members to get more details about it.hi, I have download the dmg and follow the steps, it is all ok.
when I do install os. it shows " this copy is damaged. can't install the os system"
what shoul I do?
Although the message means OS is damaged or corrupted, it doesn't really means that. see the following answer to fix it.I downloaded file from the link and tried to install.
all the steps are ok, but when I tried to install macOS. it showed the copy was damaged. can not install.
where can I download the good file?