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Dackeldumm

Installer says installation failed

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I followed the guide on Hackintosh Shop and it booted just fine, but every time I want to install macOS Big Sur, the installer says "running package scripts" for a couple of minutes, and then it says something alon the lines of "Installation failed. Please contact the developer." Does anyone know why this is happening?

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To Which Volume are you Installing Big Sur?

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10 hours ago, Dackeldumm said:

I followed the guide on Hackintosh Shop and it booted just fine, but every time I want to install macOS Big Sur, the installer says "running package scripts" for a couple of minutes, and then it says something alon the lines of "Installation failed. Please contact the developer." Does anyone know why this is happening?

Managed to get through with the standard installer, not the one from Hackintosh Zone. Now it’s getting stuck in 2nd boot phase. “29 minutes remaining”. Left it overnight. Nothing changed. Can someone help me?spacer.png

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4 minutes ago, Hacintosh said:

To Which Volume are you Installing Big Sur?

Thank you for your reply! To my 256gb MacOS partition. But I got through now (read my other reply). 

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NVRAM issues might prevent Big Sur Installation.

Check for nvram issues with your EFI.

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7 minutes ago, Hacintosh said:

NVRAM issues might prevent Big Sur Installation.

Check for nvram issues with your EFI.

How do I do that?

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