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FeeFort1003

Problems with package Replace System Kext.

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Hello everyone!

After installation, I got error  "An error occured while running scripts from the package Replace System Kext.pkg" and I can't boot into system.

Motherboard: ASUS M5A78L-M LX3
CPU: AMD FX-4300
RAM: 16 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti

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Did you apply the Date Command?

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Posted (edited)
12 hours ago, Hackintosh said:

Did you apply the Date Command?

Yes.
If I hadn't entered it, I would have received an error with a certificate problem.

Edited by FeeFort1003

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Could you please attach the Installer log, Did you erase your hard disk?

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On 7/14/2021 at 1:34 PM, Hackintosh said:

Could you please attach the Installer log, Did you erase your hard disk?

I can't. I got this. And I can't boot into loader.spacer.png

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You can save the log from Installer menu, when you get the error An error occured while running scripts from the package Replace System Kext.pkg" .

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12 hours ago, Hackintosh said:

You can save the log from Installer menu, when you get the error An error occured while running scripts from the package Replace System Kext.pkg" .

I can't boot into installer. I got error, which is higher.

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But I'm confused, previously you were able to boot into the Installer?

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8 hours ago, Hackintosh said:

But I'm confused, previously you were able to boot into the Installer?

Yes. But now I can't and I don't know why.

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2 hours ago, FeeFort1003 said:

Now I'm trying to reinstall the system image, maybe it will help.

It's didn't give me any good rezult.

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