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Stuck on "Running package scripts..."

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It takes a longer time depending on your Hard disk or SSD Speed.

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I'm also stuck there. Installation fails and does not finish running package scripts. It has at that point written over 10 GB to the harddrive but says "installation failed" with no explanation. I've tried downloading again, and reformatting the USB drive but still the same. Any ideas where to start to fix it?

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Did you erase your Hard disk under GUID Partition Table?

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On 29/01/2021 at 10:54 AM, Hackintosh Shop said:

Did you erase your Hard disk under GUID Partition Table?

I too have been having the same problem. I did erased my Seagate 1TB internal hard drive. During installation of Catalina, the last error I got was running scripts from the package "FakePCIID.pkg"

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Could you please attach the Installer log?

Did you apply the date patch?

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Could anyone tell whether we have to set a particular date in the terminal during Big Sur installation too?
I'm stuck in Running Package Scripts too. Also do i need to do the install with Nvidia Optimus disabled in the BIOS?

Lenovo Ideapad S510p
i3 4010U
Intel HD4400
Nvidia geforce 820m

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I am having a similar issue here too it goes over to the installation Step while installing Bootloader then fails instantly. Where is the bootloader supposed to install? I tried to configure Disk location, and it shows that Bootloader is being installed on MacOS Base System and my internal Harddrive doesn't show up there even though I formatted it with GUID partition APFS 

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15 hours ago, gucciinches said:

I am having a similar issue here too it goes over to the installation Step while installing Bootloader then fails instantly. Where is the bootloader supposed to install? I tried to configure Disk location, and it shows that Bootloader is being installed on MacOS Base System and my internal Harddrive doesn't show up there even though I formatted it with GUID partition APFS 

At this stage in the installation, no progress is shown.  Checking progress is easy, you need to check the remaining disk space through the disk utility.  You need to chek it every 1-2 minutes.  If the remaining space is at the same value and the installation did not complete, then something went wrong.  And you need to repeat the installation.  My installation was completed the second time.  It took about 20 minutes, while "Running package scripts..." remained in place.

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On 7/1/2021 at 9:38 PM, thugmayukh_2 said:

Could anyone tell whether we have to set a particular date in the terminal during Big Sur installation too?
I'm stuck in Running Package Scripts too. Also do i need to do the install with Nvidia Optimus disabled in the BIOS?

Lenovo Ideapad S510p
i3 4010U
Intel HD4400
Nvidia geforce 820m

Before installation of Mojave, open terminal and paste "date 0924000018". And run the instalation. I think in process installing of BigSur, actions will be the same...

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