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Getting this Kernel Panic for unknown reasons to me on macOS Sierra

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So like why is this happening to me? Like sorry guys but I am noob at those stuff, and if someone can be so kind and tell me what's wrong? I made my bootable usb with my friend's computer. She owns imac (looks pretty new, dunno which year) and we did it with terminal because the unibeast method does not work. While I was installing Clover into my bootable usb, I put Install for UEFI booting only, Install Clover in the ESP, Drivers64UEFI/EmuVariableUefi-64 and Drivers64UEFI/OsxAptioFixDrv-64. Like I don't quite understand what else should I do with the clover tag. My pc specs are Intel i3 6100, Asus H110M-R and 8gb ddr4.
So if someone can help me please. Have a nice day.
( photo of the kernel message in the attachment, pls open)
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Okay I managed to install, it but bow the problem is like I don't know what to choose on Multibeast app. I tried to follow some guides that I've found online, but two times I've got kernel message. And one more thing, I've got two hdd's. One on them is win10, and evertime I restarted my pc, I can't choose Sierra, I need to go to bios and from there boot Sierra
 
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Okay I managed to install, it but bow the problem is like I don't know what to choose on Multibeast app. I tried to follow some guides that I've found online, but two times I've got kernel message. And one more thing, I've got two hdd's. One on them is win10, and evertime I restarted my pc, I can't choose Sierra, I need to go to bios and from there boot Sierra
I don't know what to choose on Multibeast app

In Multibeast 9.0.1 you choose boot Mode like UEFI or Legacy through "Quick Start" , through the "Drivers" menu select the ones according to your MoBo Manual for integrated Audio/LAN / and for your Integrated Graphics like your Intel HD 530 through "Customize" menu and then BUILD>Install selecting your System SSD or HDD as the target, DO not by mistake choose the USB installer from that screen!!!!! . See uploaded images for guidance.

For your Multiboot , we really want to know how your Windows 10 is already installed: in UEFI or Legacy mode. In the same manner how you are going to Install your Clover EFI Bootloader in Sierra System disk using Multibeast : in UEFI or Legacy mode.
 

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In Multibeast 9.0.1 you choose boot Mode like UEFI or Legacy through "Quick Start" , through the "Drivers" menu select the ones according to your MoBo Manual for integrated Audio/LAN / and for your Integrated Graphics like your Intel HD 530 through "Customize" menu and then BUILD>Install selecting your System SSD or HDD as the target, DO not by mistake choose the USB installer from that screen!!!!! . See uploaded images for guidance.

For your Multiboot , we really want to know how your Windows 10 is already installed: in UEFI or Legacy mode. In the same manner how you are going to Install your Clover EFI Bootloader in Sierra System disk using Multibeast : in UEFI or Legacy mode.

Wow thank you for replying me!!
Umm I've seen some stuff in my manual, picked them in multibeast and installed. And ive got kernel panic. I need to reinstall it again becuse the progress bar dosent move.

Windows is in UEFI mode and Sierra as well
 
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Wow thank you for replying me!!
Umm I've seen some stuff in my manual, picked them in multibeast and installed. And ive got kernel panic. I need to reinstall it again becuse the progress bar dosent move.

Windows is in UEFI mode and Sierra as well
Windows is in UEFI mode and Sierra as well

Once you install CLOVER EFI bootloader in UEFI mode via Multibeast as shown in the image along with the kexts (Audio and Ethernet) as shown in the images, the Graphics Injection as in the image and the System Definitions also shown in the image and install it on the System disk and then reboot and go to BIOS and make your UEFI MacOS Sierra System Disk as first boot device , CLOVER EFI Bootloader will find Windows Boot Manager and load Windows 10 as another bootable system to CLOVER Boot Manager Screen . Now you can choose either system from CLOVER Boot Screen . You have to edit your Config. plist properly. One common error is choosing "Legacy" as Yes (True) instead of No or False in Gui _ Scan section of config.plist
[My Multi-boot Clover Boot Manager Screen image is uploaded for comparison]
 

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Once you install CLOVER EFI bootloader in UEFI mode via Multibeast as shown in the image along with the kexts (Audio and Ethernet) as shown in the images, the Graphics Injection as in the image and the System Definitions also shown in the image and install it on the System disk and then reboot and go to BIOS and make your UEFI MacOS Sierra System Disk as first boot device , CLOVER EFI Bootloader will find Windows Boot Manager and load Windows 10 as another bootable system to CLOVER Boot Manager Screen . Now you can choose either system from CLOVER Boot Screen . You have to edit your Config. plist properly. One common error is choosing "Legacy" as Yes (True) instead of No or False in Gui _ Scan section of config.plist
[My Multi-boot Clover Boot Manager Screen image is uploaded for comparison]

Ummm I tried your guidance, but unfortunately..again same story
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Ummm I tried your guidance, but unfortunately..again same storyView attachment 254100
Can you upload to this Forum your "CLOVER" folder from this "Sierra USB Installer" as a compressed file after emptying the content of "themes" folder ( Select all >Send to Trash) to reduce file size ? I'll try to take a look and see if I can edit it and upload that file back to you to unzip and install to replace the CLOVER folder in your USB installer and then boot with it.

Here are the steps:

  • Insert this Sierra USB installer to a Hackintosh or Macintosh
  • Download Clover Configurator _Vibrant edition (CC-V) from:http://mackie100projects.altervista.org/download-mac.php?version=vibrant to that computer
  • Launch CC-V and choose "Mount EFI " on prompt or from the Left border of the CC-V window.
  • In the bottom half of CC-V window, under "Efi partitions:" , locate your "EFI on EFI, "your Install macOS Sierra USB disk" and find "Mount Partition" button on the Right end of that line.
  • Click "Mount Partition" and see your Sierra USB installer's "EFI" partition is mounted on the desktop (white color)
  • Click EFI>EFI>CLOVER> "themes" and open "themes" folder and select & send its contents to "Trash"
  • Navigate back and Right-click "CLOVER">"Compress Clover" and then upload the Compressed CLOVER to the Forum
 
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Can you upload to this Forum your "CLOVER" folder from this "Sierra USB Installer" as a compressed file after emptying the content of "themes" folder ( Select all >Send to Trash) to reduce file size ? I'll try to take a look and see if I can edit it and upload that file back to you to unzip and install to replace the CLOVER folder in your USB installer and then boot with it.

Here are the steps:

  • Insert this Sierra USB installer to a Hackintosh or Macintosh
  • Download Clover Configurator _Vibrant edition (CC-V) from:http://mackie100projects.altervista.org/download-mac.php?version=vibrant to that computer
  • Launch CC-V and choose "Mount EFI " on prompt or from the Left border of the CC-V window.
  • In the bottom half of CC-V window, under "Efi partitions:" , locate your "EFI on EFI, "your Install macOS Sierra USB disk" and find "Mount Partition" button on the Right end of that line.
  • Click "Mount Partition" and see your Sierra USB installer's "EFI" partition is mounted on the desktop (white color)
  • Click EFI>EFI>CLOVER> "themes" and open "themes" folder and select & send its contents to "Trash"
  • Navigate back and Right-click "CLOVER">"Compress Clover" and then upload the Compressed CLOVER to the Forum

Okay I did it. I hope it's correct.
 

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Okay I did it. I hope it's correct.

I have made some editing and included the "themes" folder also which you had removed from EFI>CLOVER in your upload.

  • Unzip the uploaded file and just copy and replace the existing EFI folder from your Sierra USB Installer.; DON't MERGE, just REPLACE.
  • Boot with this "Sierra USB installer" and once you are on the "CLOVER Boot Manager screen", switch to your "Sierra System Disk", but make sure, you use the same "Boot Flags from this USB Installer" , don't change.
  • Once you are on the desktop, "copy" the "EFI FOLDER from this USB installer" (after EFI Mounting of USB Installer's EFI Partition on the Desktop using CC-V) and "paste" it on the "Sierra System Disk's EFI folder" ( again after EFI mounting of System disk's EFI partition) to replace (DON't MERGE) its nonworking EFI >CLOVER.
Hope this helps. If any further problem occurs,please post with uploaded images of the screen.
 

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