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  1. tevenfeng

    [Solved] Dell T5810(E5-1630v4, C610/X99) could NOT boot into installer

    You're welcome! I'm glad that I can help you with this. Hope you can solve your problem soooooon!
  2. tevenfeng

    [Solved] Dell T5810(E5-1630v4, C610/X99) could NOT boot into installer

    Then you'll have to make some changes in the config.plist(in the kernel patches area), just have a look the thread I mentioned above.
  3. tevenfeng

    [Solved] Dell T5810(E5-1630v4, C610/X99) could NOT boot into installer

    OK, as far as I know, Xeon 2618L has multiple version or multiple generations, is it a v3 or v4? You'll have to make it clear because it may cause difference in kernel patches. You can see this thread.
  4. tevenfeng

    [Solved] Dell T5810(E5-1630v4, C610/X99) could NOT boot into installer

    Yeah, if you have exactly the same hardware as I do, you could simply put the folder to your usb installation disk and install the OS and finally put it in the EFI partition on your installed disk. However, if you don not have the same hardware, you may have to make some changes, for example, if...
  5. tevenfeng

    [Solved] Dell T5810(E5-1630v4, C610/X99) could NOT boot into installer

    Update after some googling! My hackintosh build successfully installed and booted! It turned out that I didn't patch the kernel for Sierra or High Sierra(see this thread). There are patches for both Haswell and Broadwell CPUs and I've got a Broadwell CPU so I choose the patch for it. With the...
  6. tevenfeng

    [Solved] Dell T5810(E5-1630v4, C610/X99) could NOT boot into installer

    Hi guys, I'm currently trying to turn my Dell Precision Tower 5810 into a hackintosh, which contains an X99/C612 chipset, E501630v4 CPU, 32GB ECC RAM, and an nVidia GTX 1080 graphics card. I followed tutorials in this forum and some found threads, but I could not boot into installer. Following...
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