The on screen error - 1393 - is indeed caused by a BIOS update. @mattystonnie 's patch should sort that.
Also note your GTX1080 is not supported after High Sierra so you would probably need to disable or remove it. The former can be done with a Whatevergreen boot command if you...
I am new to this whole Hackintosh thing and decided I would try it on my old Toshiba laptop.
- Toshiba Portege Z20t
- Intel Core m5-6Y54 1.50 GHz
- 8192MB Memory
- 1 SSD 256GB (Currently running windows, to be erased to create Hackintosh)
ANYWay.. I set up an installation USB using...
Okay. Interesting. They say there is always an exception to the rule ... o_O
I have only personally tested a Gigabyte pair of GT730's. It was a few years ago now. The details are all recorded in my build history here for posterity, and in the next build here.
Back then, I was young and...
Sorry, I meant your solution was in your post in that thread.
I continued in the above thread, that sent me back to post #6
I finally got past 2-minutes, then reboot into windows, the...
That thread is not mine, it was started by themageman.
If you have progressed beyond the 1393 issue then you should boot in verbose mode and post an image of the screen when it stops.
Alternatively you could search for '2 minutes remaining'.
[Solution] For my Asus ROG Strix Z390-f Gaming motherboard:
I needed this fix before Unbeast would install macOS. It is by the moderator P1LGRIM (with pictures)...
Hi all! I'm having trouble getting to the Mojave install screen. I'm super super new to this, last time I did a hackintosh was with an old Dell Dimension with Athlon. I used the Unibeast installer on UEFI. When off verbose mode, the Apple loading bar gets 90% of the way there and then nothing. I...
...forums available online. I'm not quite fluent with english so the reason for not booting might be really simple. Some times it gives the apfs:1393 error, some times it gives kernel panic. I found here a short guide how to make installer for Lifebook E744 which is basically the same laptop...
...to my Z370 Aourus UG motherboard: I can boot Catalina with Clover bootloader but if I switch to OpenCore the boot hangs at apfs_module_start:1393. I wish to confirm OC (perfectly working before BIOS upgrade) to install Big Sur, so I need a solution. Any help to patch this issue?
...Msi GT 730 2gb ddr5.
With this EFI in attach files installation stuck on end randomseed and if i use Dell Smbios Patch i arrive to stuck on apfs module start 1393 ....
There is someone can help me to find smile again and arriva just to installation of my hackintosh?
Advanced help to everyone.
OK. So I remade the USB Mojave installer as I found out I was using an older version of Mojave in error. I got the applenvme assert failed 1393 and so did some more research and added kext patch by @mattystonnie. I then rebooted and everything worked. I managed to insatll Mojave and go through...
...from USB 2.0 ports it sometimes crashes with:
AppleUSBHostPort :: disconnect: persistent enumeration failures
error apfs_module_start: 1393
and then I get the forbidden sign,
If I try to boot from USB 3.0 ports I can get to the installer, but without peripherals. The mouse and...
If you use UEFI version 2203 or later the system will hang during the boot of macOS at apfs_module_start:1393. @mattystonnie has created a patch that fixes this. Are you using the RTC patch?
Yes, did that and resolved this problem. Now I'm stuck with the 1393 "error" (attached picture)
Did some research on the forum and saw that. But since I cannot use a mac to use clover, is there a way to do that with a text editor with one of the config files?
This problem is probably caused by an updated BIOS version for your ASUS motherboard.
Here are a couple of threads which explain ...
Try this one first:
and this one is dlightly different...