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  1. Well you should use Kernel=amd
  2. Your processor is AMD which got less chance of Success but anyhow you can try to install, Posting a question after trying is recommended because we can't help without a problem.
  3. It is still available in the downloads as the same link you provided
  4. Bu tür sorulara cevap bulamıyoruz çünkü yüklemeyi denemek zorundasınız, her biri test etmek için aynı donanıma sahip değilsiniz, bu nedenle kendiniz kurmayı deneyin. Original: We do not answer these types of questions, because you have to try installing not every one has same hardware to test so try installing yourself. Sierra SSE4.1 gerektirir, bu yüzden Bence Yosemite gitmelisin
  5. In order to access Installation environment under VirtualBox, you will need to enter the VirtualBox EFI BIOS by pressing F12 few times, at very early stage of guest VM boot up. You will be greeted with an old school text mode BIOS interface, in which you should choose the Boot Manager option. Inside, launch EFI Internal Shell to enter EFI commandline mode. After getting the command prompt, switch to the FS2: drive: 2.0 Shell> FS2: 2.0 FS2:> Of course, your drive number can be different, depending on the partition table structure you've chosen to have. On the FS2: drive, in directory, there is a EFI program inside the boot.efi file. We need to launch it. 2.0 FS2:\> cd 2.0 FS2:\\> boot.efi Any errors that start with ERROR!!! can be safely ignored! The Installation Environment should now start booting up, this can take several minutes to complete. When it will load, you need to launch the terminal, from which you will be able to use the csrutil command: $ csrutil disable Here is the original article:
  6. Which boot-arguments are you using?
    Works from Mac OS X Snow Leopard to macOS Sierra, Sierra version may work with future macOS too...
  7. As you call this an instant reboot, the problem must be bios configuration because only if the BIOS settings are incorrect most machines reboot without a Kernel Panic Try these BIOS Settings
  8. I'll try to fix it in the next release, to resolve this issue Run these commands in the terminal sudo rm -rf /System/Library/LaunchAgents/Niresh12495.Volume.iRepairGUI.plist sudo rm -rf /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/Niresh12495.Volume.iRepairCLI.plist
  9. Are you stuck after installation or before?
  10. Can you attach a picture please?
  11. Are you having this issue before the installation or after the installation or in the installation?
  12. Here is the file 10.12.3 but may not work in the future (Sometimes) | with Firefox it may show error Hackintosh Sierra Zone
  13. Can you attach an image please?
  14. Pre boot mean before booting macOS, while installing is a different term where exactly you're getting this issue?