Well my problem is that I have successfully updated from Mojave to Catalina. But had some artifacts during booting coming from my RX 560 4GB. So I thought that fresh Catalina could solve the problem. What I noticed is that I was updating on not newest kexts but don't remember which. Where fresh...
I'm trying to prepare my current working Mojave installation for upgrading to Catalina 10.15.1.
We can assume that I have what you get from using Unibeast and Multibeast (some old Clover and kext put in /Library/Extensions on Mac OS partition - not in EFI)
What I know that we need to get...
Nope. There is 10.15.2 Beta (it claims so when you are in updates settings). And I can confirm that it stucks with black screen on 2/3 of initialization progress. Haven't checked -x but -lilubetaall didn't helped (note the spelling). I have Rx 560 4gb. Now trying to install 10.15.1.
Just put USB 3.0 Pendrive in to yours USB slot and see if it gets auto mounted. Try all slots, not only these at the back of yours motherboard, but also at front of yours case. Also make sure that transfers are at expected rates. For instance I had USB 3.0 Pendrive which was auto mounted but...
Set in Clover Configurator at KextsToPatch tab:
Credits go to PMheart and daliansky
Beside that use USBInjectAll.kext
I had same problem. Putting my USB installation stick to USB 2.0 port solved the problem. I guess you can also mount EFI from USB installation stick with Clover Configurator then edit config.plist with Clover Configurator in order to apply USB patch. You can find a lot of guides in this forum...
In case you wonder how to fix USB and have 100% it working at full speed of USB 2.0/3.0/3.1.
Here are kernel and kext patches to be set in Clover Configurator at KextsToPatch tab:
USB Port Limit...
I'm pretty fresh to hack mac world. However I was already able to craft fully functional i5-4670K + Z87-Plus, i5-8600K + Z370n Wifi and less functional i3-8100 + B360n Wifi (got all working but on iMac 14,2 SMBIOS) (now working on i3-8100 + B360M-ITX/AC). I've already bumped into...
Finally manage to install Mojave 10.14.1 on my little ITX beast with 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of SATA SSD on M.2 slot. All is put small factor case with external 120W power supply and connected to 2560x1440 display. The goal of this build was to create powerful mobile development machine...