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by: vitorlage
#22228
Floris-Jan wrote:@Shaneee again kernel opcode errors. Did find that the kextcache command gave alot of can't find symbol in __kernel__ (see picture)
That is normal, but in the end you should see "Kernel Cache ID: 8778UHJK786786KJK879878" (something similar) if you get an error the kernel hasn't been rebuilt.

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by: shujin
#26747
How can I install the usbfix in terminal after succesfull install amd v2 on hdd? I am stuck at Welcome screen with no keyboard and mouse detected( checked all ports).
Post Merged
I have managed to copy to the install usb disk the usbfix mentioned by Shaneee.
After that, in terminal, I have copied the folder to the HDD.
Later on on the phase with stuck usb and keyboard I have noticed that 2 usb ports are running if I switch to them the mouse and keyboard on the password phase (are the bottom usb on my board M5A97 R2.0).
After that I didn't found enoch 2822 but I have found a previous version 2795 I think, that works just fine.(the latest version 2998 broke my install so I have reinstalled one more time)
Network driver found and running for the Realtek 8111e.
The only missing now is the driver for MSI GTX 465.
I have tried the webdrivers (both versions for El Capitan) but I have the black screen just before initialization and monitor blinking after that.
Also I have noticed some error in the enoch preliminary screed related to nvram after webdrivers from nvidia.
Maybe someone can give me a hint about a GTX 465 driver install guide?
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by: Norton287
#26914
Use the boot flag GraphicsEnabler=Yes
If that doesn't work try NvidiaWebDrv=Yes
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by: shujin
#26934
Thank you GraphicsEnabler=Yes worked just fine. Now tunning time so I will not write the boot arguments each time :)
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by: Norton287
#26938
Indeed glad it worked for you! :thumbup:
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by: Mike-SW
#30062
I had 10.11.5 successfully installed and running, but with some issues (some apps kept crashing, some apps couldn`t use iCloud, 10.11.6 update didn`t install etc.). I recreated installation USB and did a clean 10.11.5 (image V2) install and this time I had usbsts.hchalted error loop (never had it before), I copied "Shaneee_Sierra_USB_Fix" kexts to /Extra folder and it fixed error loop, I was able to load OS but my keyboard and mouse didn`t work. I tried literally every USB fix I was able to find, but none of them worked. I tried these fixes:
1. el-capitan-sierra-usb-fix-v2-0-0 / USB_Sierra_RC1 (http://forum.amd-osx.com/app.php/bbdown ... kexts.html) - usbsts.hchalted loop.
2. Shaneee_Sierra_USB_Fix - booted, but keyboard and mouse doesn`t work.
3. USB Sierra_Test_V2.3 - usbsts.hchalted loop.
4. USBFix - usbsts.hchalted loop.
5. RehabMan-Generic-USB3-2015-1215 - usbsts.hchalted loop.

I`m using these flags: USBBusFix=Yes, UseKernelCache=No, nv_disable=1.
Post Merged
My bad, I didn`t notice kext permission errors before running kextcache -u.
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by: DarbyTT
#30092
Hello. Please forgive me if I'm asking something stupid, I'm still a newbie.

So, I have managed to follow maxxnv's video guide and got to the end of it. There is a step in the guide mentioning PostInstall, and now I can boot my system from my USB drive but I still have to enable booting from the SSD where I have installed High Sierra.

So, do I have to follow the Post Install Preparation in this thread or move to a different step? And which one, in that case? Once again, please forgive me if I sound a bit confused, but I wouldn't want to mess with something that is almost done and start again...
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by: Norton287
#30093
DarbyTT wrote:Hello. Please forgive me if I'm asking something stupid, I'm still a newbie.

So, I have managed to follow maxxnv's video guide and got to the end of it. There is a step in the guide mentioning PostInstall, and now I can boot my system from my USB drive but I still have to enable booting from the SSD where I have installed High Sierra.

So, do I have to follow the Post Install Preparation in this thread or move to a different step? And which one, in that case? Once again, please forgive me if I sound a bit confused, but I wouldn't want to mess with something that is almost done and start again...
DarbyTT wrote:Hello. Please forgive me if I'm asking something stupid, I'm still a newbie.

So, I have managed to follow maxxnv's video guide and got to the end of it. There is a step in the guide mentioning PostInstall, and now I can boot my system from my USB drive but I still have to enable booting from the SSD where I have installed High Sierra.

So, do I have to follow the Post Install Preparation in this thread or move to a different step? And which one, in that case? Once again, please forgive me if I sound a bit confused, but I wouldn't want to mess with something that is almost done and start again...
You actually want to be in this thread: http://forum.amd-osx.com/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=2815
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by: DarbyTT
#30096
Norton287 wrote:You actually want to be in this thread: http://forum.amd-osx.com/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=2815
Thanks, I actually posted a comment in that thread yesterday and got no answer, so I figured I could ask for help here...
Do you mean I should just stick to that procedure? My problem is that I am not sure what comes after the end of that guide, since I'm still unable to boot from my hard drive.
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by: Norton287
#30098
You do PostInstall then boot off USB to hard drive and install clover and use clover configurator to configure it.
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