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  1. I’m sorry, but I’m not sure how to check which Ethernet chipset I have.
  2. Ethernet adapter? The problem I have is on a pc build I have. I plugged in the Ethernet cable from the router to the empty Ethernet slot on my motherboard. I’m not sure if I’m supposed to have an Ethernet adapter. Please give me your wisdom.
  3. I’m not sure what I have done wrong but the kext isn’t working, the Ethernet is not registering. I tried to check network but the Ethernet option is not there. I also tried checking the My Mac area and it said “this computer does not appear to have any PCI Ethernet cards installed”. I tried placing the kext into the kext utility and placing it in the Library/extension area.
  4. I know this should be in post installation, but the post installation section for high Sierra is disabled, So.... How do you add ethernet capabilities to macOS? Kexts? I have a netgear router and a B450M Pro4 motherboard. AMD ryzen 2600 and nvidia 1070. I followed the installation guide for High Sierra located in this website.
  5. Yes, the quotation mark is the culprit, I just tried it yesterday night.
  6. I need to restart the installation after reboot and add the npci=0x2000 again
  7. Just to be clear: I’m running an AMD Ryzen 2600 and a nvidia 1070... I applied the boot flag: “ncpi=0x2000 -v” in order to get past the PCI configuration stuck It then took me to the installation area and I applied the date command I tried installing multiple times but around the 1 minute left area it will give the MacOS cannot be installed error
  8. Straight and forward. MacOS could not be installed on your computer: an error occurred while running scripts from the package "OSinstall.prescript.pkg". I followed the High Sierra Hackintosh guide.
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