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Am getting an error message "Cant find Boot file:Kernel" tried to locate from Source using pacifist but not able to trace it or rectify,Pls help if you can ! On installing Big Sur Pls help us with the path.

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Are you using Chameleon?

Which EFI boot loader are you using? 

Latest Hackintosh boot-loaders does not boot by using kernel, they load prelinkedkernel file. May be you haven't hackintoshed for a while.

Use OpenCore or Latest Clover Bootloader or use Built in EFI Folders.

 

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4 hours ago, vgomasjaya said:

I use TransMac, and get error at ++++++++ logo, it's freeze, how to fix it?

Transmac is s....cks... Write the dmg is Etcher and select your pc config file...

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13 minutes ago, DarkZer0 said:

Just try it... I't Wok'd for me..

I've already tried using Etcher, still same problem

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38 minutes ago, Hackintosher said:

@vgomasjaya Please post a picture of the error you said and please post full hardware specs.

AMD Rayzen 7 1700

GTX1060

MSI B350M

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On 12/18/2020 at 9:05 AM, Hackintosher said:

Replace the AMD EFI folder which is included in the BOOTLOADER Partition.

I don't know what you mean. What is AMD EFI folder? BOOTLOADER partition?

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On 12/18/2020 at 9:05 AM, Hackintosher said:

Replace the AMD EFI folder which is included in the BOOTLOADER Partition.

ooo okey I get it

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On 12/18/2020 at 7:37 AM, Hackintosher said:

@Mist EnclaveDid you fix it?

Respected am using SandyBridge, tried hackintoshshop bigsur ,installing the latest clover but unable to boot stuck at login cursor.Pls guide me.ty….

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On 12/16/2020 at 1:04 AM, Hackintosher said:

Are you using Chameleon?

Which EFI boot loader are you using? 

Latest Hackintosh boot-loaders does not boot by using kernel, they load prelinkedkernel file. May be you haven't hackintoshed for a while.

Use OpenCore or Latest Clover Bootloader or use Built in EFI Folders.

 

am using clover 5070 sandy bridge no go, not an expert to do open core or Clover config need help.ty..

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how about clover 5127, I have made a usb installer using etcher while trying to install it stays in loading with a cursor blinking for ever in a black screen, it stays in this black screen for hours 

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I get an error again, when I install the OS, I think it's not done yet, but it's already rebooted and there's MacOS Installer in OpenCore. Then, when I choose the MacOS Installer, it just loading and rebooting again. I already use AMD EFI that is in EFI Folder.

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10 hours ago, Hackintosher said:

It reboots 4,5 times during Installation, I need to know the exact line where it reboots.

this, before it shut down automatically and restart...

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Bless failed, While Installing did you erase the partition under GUID Partition table?

After Installation, (The first reboot), Unplug the pen drive let it boot from hard disk.

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