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I have an asus zenbook ux305ca and I continue to have the same error: move-nvidia.pkg. Always with finished installation. I tried to roll in anyway but I can not.

When there is not this error just crashes after installing but I do not understand what the problem is.

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Hey

This is what I did.

Problem:

1) cound not move nvidia.pkg 

Partial Solution : uncheck it from Customize Menu.

(Customise Menu appears when you choose the destination/drive/partition on which you want to install Mac)

When this is solved subsiquent problems that appear are :

Audio.pkg , dart0 so and and so forth.

COMPLETE SOLUTION:

UNCHECK all those items what have a size of "Zero KiloBytes" , every item that has zero size will trigger an error one by one when you try to install , so just uncheck them all(it includes bootflags present in Customise Menu, look carefully and search for all such items , they may be present at difrent levels[item inside item]).

 

Your installation will complete now. However post installation you may need to install kexts(drivers) , bootloader etc that got unchecked from Customise menu.

 

My Laptop Specs:

Samsung NP300E5C , Ivy Bridge based Intel Core i5 3210 processor, Intel HD Graphics 4000 + Nvidia GeForce 620M. 

 

Phoenix BIOS Settings req. to run are:

Hyperthreading: enabled

EDB : enabled

Fast bios : disabled

AHCI Mode Control: Manual - Enabled  (imp otherwise HDD wont be detected)

Secure Boot : Disabled - CSM OS

 

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On 6. 6. 2017 at 10:24 AM, Pawan1994 said:

Hey

This is what I did.

Problem:

1) cound not move nvidia.pkg 

Partial Solution : uncheck it from Customize Menu.

(Customise Menu appears when you choose the destination/drive/partition on which you want to install Mac)

When this is solved subsiquent problems that appear are :

Audio.pkg , dart0 so and and so forth.

COMPLETE SOLUTION:

UNCHECK all those items what have a size of "Zero KiloBytes" , every item that has zero size will trigger an error one by one when you try to install , so just uncheck them all(it includes bootflags present in Customise Menu, look carefully and search for all such items , they may be present at difrent levels[item inside item]).

 

Your installation will complete now. However post installation you may need to install kexts(drivers) , bootloader etc that got unchecked from Customise menu.

 

My Laptop Specs:

Samsung NP300E5C , Ivy Bridge based Intel Core i5 3210 processor, Intel HD Graphics 4000 + Nvidia GeForce 620M. 

 

Phoenix BIOS Settings req. to run are:

Hyperthreading: enabled

EDB : enabled

Fast bios : disabled

AHCI Mode Control: Manual - Enabled  (imp otherwise HDD wont be detected)

Secure Boot : Disabled - CSM OS

 

Tried this, and still receiving dart0 error, even after removing it from bootflags. Any solution? @Niresh

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It did not work for me.

In my case, I found that the installed Volume was renamed to "--" and the installation script stopped.

After that the Volume was damaged and I had to erase it with Disk Utility.

 

I suspect that the error does not come from the script itself but happened prior to run the script. Some process was messing with the installed Volume.

 

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Any of you install the niresh into an empty hard drive and get this error installing? Or create a partition in the same drive that hv windows inside?

 

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This issue actually has nothing to do with graphics, audio, or network. The issue is actually because you are trying to install a bootloader for the wrong partition scheme. Try installing again, but instead of using clover standard, use clover uefi. This version of clover supports the GUID partition scheme.

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Hello,

I am new in this discussion,

I am trying install Sierra zone on Asus x550cc   getting  error-move-nvidiapkg ,

I tried with 

try installing by unselecting Backup Graphics Extensions Packages still getting something new error to move  ,

So please help me how to solve this issue. I am attaching my Laptop Hardware Information.

 

 

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On 9/8/2017 at 0:51 PM, remixsuraj said:

Hello,

I am new in this discussion,

I am trying install Sierra zone on Asus x550cc   getting  error-move-nvidiapkg ,

I tried with 

try installing by unselecting Backup Graphics Extensions Packages still getting something new error to move  ,

So please help me how to solve this issue. I am attaching my Laptop Hardware Information.

 

 

 

On 6/6/2017 at 1:54 PM, Pawan1994 said:

Hey

This is what I did.

Problem:

1) cound not move nvidia.pkg 

Partial Solution : uncheck it from Customize Menu.

(Customise Menu appears when you choose the destination/drive/partition on which you want to install Mac)

When this is solved subsiquent problems that appear are :

Audio.pkg , dart0 so and and so forth.

COMPLETE SOLUTION:

UNCHECK all those items what have a size of "Zero KiloBytes" , every item that has zero size will trigger an error one by one when you try to install , so just uncheck them all(it includes bootflags present in Customise Menu, look carefully and search for all such items , they may be present at difrent levels[item inside item]).

 

Your installation will complete now. However post installation you may need to install kexts(drivers) , bootloader etc that got unchecked from Customise menu.

 

My Laptop Specs:

Samsung NP300E5C , Ivy Bridge based Intel Core i5 3210 processor, Intel HD Graphics 4000 + Nvidia GeForce 620M. 

 

Phoenix BIOS Settings req. to run are:

Hyperthreading: enabled

EDB : enabled

Fast bios : disabled

AHCI Mode Control: Manual - Enabled  (imp otherwise HDD wont be detected)

Secure Boot : Disabled - CSM OS

 

Thanks pawan1994, 

I followed "UNCHECK all those items what have a size of "Zero KiloBytes" , every item that has zero size will trigger an error one by one when you try to install , so just uncheck them all(it includes bootflags present in Customise Menu, look carefully and search for all such items , they may be present at difrent levels[item inside item])."  

Installed OSX successfully

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I copied Packages Folder and installed renaming 0 kb option  

 

Now i am facing issue of

1.Audio Not Working  I tried packages auto audio but it creating static noise also tried 

having intel and Realtek 

Intel Panther Point PCH - High Definition Audio Controller [C1] -----------

 [General Information]
  Device Name:                              Intel Panther Point PCH - High Definition Audio Controller [C1]
  Original Device Name:                    Intel Panther Point PCH - High Definition Audio Controller [C1]
  Device Class:                           Mixed mode device

 

  Audio Adapter:                                     Intel Panther Point PCH - High Definition Audio Controller [C1]
  Audio Controller Hardware ID:           PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1E20&SUBSYS_118F1043&REV_04
  High Definition Audio Codec:            RealTek
  Audio Codec Hardware ID:                HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0270&SUBSYS_00000000
 

2. wifi not working

Atheros AR9485WB-EG Wireless Network Adapter ------------------------------

 [General information]
  Network Card:                           Atheros AR9485WB-EG Wireless Network Adapter

 

Please help me how to resolve this  ????

 

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Well I too got the error "move nvidia.pkg" & I tried everything from bootflags to unchecking everything.

My error solved when I formated the DiskStation table to MBR instead of GPT. I think the error occurs when running post installation script is because it is unable to mount GTP partitions correctly cause every time I tried on GTP partition would be f**ked up they showed 100% usage and usually required to do first aid from disk utility.

Can anyone please confirm this.

 

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