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INSTALLATION STUCK

Niresh Sierra 10.12.3 stuck at 4 min remaining but key board and mouse is working

System info

Intel core 2 duo 2.93 GHz 

Intel 31 PR ( bios default legacy boot)

1gb ram

Nvidia 512 mb

1 TB HDD Seagate

 

 

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hey bro\

how didi u booted to sierra installer and which flags and tests u used

i am stuck at api kernel panic and cpu0 error

if u used a dsdt plz provide link thnx reply soon

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which smbios did u used

iMac14.2 or else

for ur installation stuck avoid any pre kexts except fakesmc and nullcpu

and do vanilla install

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On 2017-5-19 at 7:44 PM, dante0123 said:

@skm1991 try to boot with -v npci=0x3000 it worked for me 

Thanks bro

 

But how to enable Intel HD 2000 graphics in Sierra

 

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1 hour ago, 9903920401 said:

Thanks bro

 

But how to enable Intel HD 2000 graphics in Sierra

 

There have been a few guides online regarding Intel HD 2000 graphics in earlier OS X releases such as the one here: http://www.macbreaker.com/2012/05/enable-intel-hd-2000-graphics-on-your.html

However, your best bet if you are running with a desktop is to pick up a cheap GPU for your hackintosh (one that's known to be supported) and use that to run your display with QE/CI enabled.

If you're just wanting to get native resolution on your hackintosh installation with the Intel HD 2000 graphics, then you can do so with the following bootflag: 

"Graphics Mode"="<width>x<height>x<color depth>@<refresh rate>"

So if you have a monitor whose native resolution is 1366x768 with a 60 Hz refresh rate and 32-bit color depth then this would be the bootflag for you.

"Graphics Mode"="1366x768x32@60"

Of course you could add this to your boot.plist file if you don't want to manually put that bootflag in every time you start up your system. Just don't expect to run a multi monitor setup until you find a cheap GPU that can be used for a hackintosh and supports QE/CI (Which means it can easily work with the native resolution of the monitor(s)).

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