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vichu

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HI.. i was trying to install Mojave into my laptop following the guide given in noobsplanet.. I did everything perfectly but then when running it shows "Error allocating 0x10b68 pages at 0x0000000007987000 alloc type 2 Couldn't allocate runtime area" Can you pls help with this?
My pc specs are as follows:
HP-15
RAM- 6GB
DEDICATED GRAPHICS-4GB
INTEL i7 WITH 5500 GRAPHICS CARD AND AMD GRAPHICS CARD


hoping for a fast reply because I'm just struggling here..
Thank youu
 

QueenDevelopers

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Have you tried to replacing OsxAptioFixDrv.efi with OsxAptioFix2Drv.efi in EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI? If that didn't work then you may try this clover :
 

vichu

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Have you tried to replacing OsxAptioFixDrv.efi with OsxAptioFix2Drv.efi in EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI? If that didn't work then you may try this clover :
Yes hello.. thank you for the reply.. actually when i explore the boot device with transmac i cant find the folder efi..
and pls note that I downloaded this file from noobsplanet itself.. can't find efi in this though..
 

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noobsplanet

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Yes hello.. thank you for the reply.. actually when i explore the boot device with transmac i cant find the folder efi..
and pls note that I downloaded this file from noobsplanet itself.. can't find efi in this though..
No.. you can't find that way. You may find it from File Explorer which will have total of 200 MB. You can see this partition from Disk Manager as well, you may be able to mount by assigning the drive letter. for more info search in Noobsplanet forum or Google about it.
 

vichu

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Have you tried to replacing OsxAptioFixDrv.efi with OsxAptioFix2Drv.efi in EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI? If that didn't work then you may try this clover :
ok I did both the steps.. but now the problem is it shows apple logo and then shows the no entry sign!!!
 

noobsplanet

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ok I did both the steps.. but now the problem is it shows apple logo and then shows the no entry sign!!!
Add -v boot argument to clover boot screen (You can also do it by pressing SPACEBAR and add -v then select boot with selected boot args.), and attach the screen shot of error before it gets no entry sign. Make sure text are clearly readable on captured image.
 

vichu

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Add -v boot argument to clover boot screen (You can also do it by pressing SPACEBAR and add -v then select boot with selected boot args.), and attach the screen shot of error before it gets no entry sign. Make sure text are clearly readable on captured image.
aha sure!!
 
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