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Unable to go to the installation

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I am using by HP Pavillion Gamming Laptop to install macOS Monterey and after booting the flash drive and going to the install option a code comes and stuck forever.

Specifications:

Processor intel CORE i5 9th Generation 9300H 2.40 GHz

RAM 8 GB

VRAM NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1050 (and intel UHD Graphics)

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same with me 

i am also unable to find bootable pendrive in Boot manager after flashing from TransMac

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You must read the Guide, Where there are steps to make it bootable.

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55 minutes ago, Hackintosh said:

You must read the Guide, Where there are steps to make it bootable.

i  already follow all the step

 

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Did you download a EFI file and Replaced it as per according to Guide?

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On 7/3/2021 at 7:54 AM, D_sI said:

I am using by HP Pavillion Gamming Laptop to install macOS Monterey and after booting the flash drive and going to the install option a code comes and stuck forever.

Specifications:

Processor intel CORE i5 9th Generation 9300H 2.40 GHz

RAM 8 GB

VRAM NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1050 (and intel UHD Graphics)

The GTX 1050 will NEVER have support beyond High Sierra I believe, if it even was supported to begin with.

Check the Dortania Hardware Compatibility Buyer's and Anti Buyer's Guides for more information regarding that machine.

You can however disable the NVIDIA dGPU and use only the iGPU.

My suggestion is to follow the Dortania OpenCore Install Guide.

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