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paranoid2jm

[Solved] OSinstaler.postscript.pkg error

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I have been getting this "OSinstaler.postscript.pkg error"  everztime i trz doing an installation of Catalina. I've tried diffenrent laptops and making bootable drive more than twice but always the same error. Please esomeone help. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In that case you can use the USB to boot second stage of Installation of Hackintosh.
After installation Boot from USB and then select the config 2, then select installed volume.

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On 8/2/2020 at 6:06 PM, Hackintosher said:

Can you attach the Installer log please?

There is no log as far as i know it happens during the installation process.

This exact thing: B6BEF9E9-4870-4C59-A871-C5F0AE3ED87E.thu

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Thanks.

In the error log i found that InstallESD.dmg is damaged

Are you sure that you downloaded the image from here?

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1 hour ago, Hackintosher said:

Thanks.

In the error log i found that InstallESD.dmg is damaged

Are you sure that you downloaded the image from here?

Yes i did twich i even tried Mojave and it still did not work just gave me the same error.

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1 hour ago, Hackintosher said:

Thanks.

In the error log i found that InstallESD.dmg is damaged

Are you sure that you downloaded the image from here?

This link: 

 

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2 hours ago, Hackintosher said:

Hmm Strange, Sometimes this error could happen because of Bad Pen drive, use a different one.

I have used multiple 

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Ok Erase Hard disk, then before Installing Catalina open Terminal run the following command then start the Install.

date 0724000019

 

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7 minutes ago, Hackintosher said:

Ok Erase Hard disk, then before Installing Catalina open Terminal run the following command then start the Install.


date 0724000019

 

Ok ill try

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9 hours ago, paranoid2jm said:

Ok ill try

Still no progress. Do you think maybe because am using a Dell 7577? 

Specs:

Nvidia 1060 max q

128g NVME

1tb HDD

Intel i7 Kaby Lake

Intel HD 630 graphics 

Thunderpord 3 port 

 

 

 

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31 minutes ago, paranoid2jm said:

Still no progress. Do you think maybe because am using a Dell 7577? 

Specs:

Nvidia 1060 max q

128g NVME

1tb HDD

Intel i7 Kaby Lake

Intel HD 630 graphics 

Thunderpord 3 port 

 

 

 

Another thing I just notice when I go into clover options and select config 2 it boots without the safe mode flag. Don't break either during the installation but once it automatically reboots i cant continue to boot from the drive to continue to installation.

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13 hours ago, Hackintosher said:

In that case you can use the USB to boot second stage of Installation of Hackintosh.
After installation Boot from USB and then select the config 2, then select installed volume.

Tried now I get this error: appleintellpssi2ccontroller ftimerservicematching timed out.

 

Then screen with blurry text and circle in the middle.

At the bottom it says: waiting for root device

Edited by paranoid2jm

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2 hours ago, paranoid2jm said:

Tried now I get this error: appleintellpssi2ccontroller ftimerservicematching timed out.

 

Then screen with blurry text and circle in the middle.

At the bottom it says: waiting for root device

A quick update so I got a USB 2 hub and connected both my boot drive and and USB drive to the same hub and wallah!!!! Boots. Thanks so much for you help. 

Is there a way how I can make this information available here? Because I see a lot of people with this issue.

Thanks 

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1 hour ago, paranoid2jm said:

In clover go to options ->config->config2

Then it should boot 

 

Also use a USB 2.0 flash drive or use a USB 2.0 hub

When i go into clover options there are only two configs one called "config" and the second one is "config_hz" tried both and it doesnt make any difference 

 

I use a USB 2.0 flash and also tried a USB hub

 
 

 

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49 minutes ago, Malteschr said:

When i go into clover options there are only two configs one called "config" and the second one is "config_hz" tried both and it doesnt make any difference 

 

I use a USB 2.0 flash and also tried a USB hub

 
 


 

Are you installing on a external hdd or internal?

I was getting that error also then today I tried a external ssd and it installed perfectly only issue is I have to use a usb 2.0 hub which is really slow. At the moment am trying to figure out how to install on my internal drive 

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11 minutes ago, paranoid2jm said:

Are you installing on a external hdd or internal?

I was getting that error also then today I tried a external ssd and it installed perfectly only issue is I have to use a usb 2.0 hub which is really slow. At the moment am trying to figure out how to install on my internal drive 

I've tried both

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11 minutes ago, Malteschr said:

I've tried both

So I figured it out now.

First make sure you format the disk as APFS and GUID partition table. That's a must because if not then the scripts will try to find that type of format and it wont

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16 minutes ago, paranoid2jm said:

So I figured it out now.

First make sure you format the disk as APFS and GUID partition table. That's a must because if not then the scripts will try to find that type of format and it wont

Doesn't work either, i always get this error message 

 

https://photos.app.goo.gl/Je3wUPont1BLymyT9


 

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