- Nov 16, 2015
- Lenovo G50-70-Clover
- HD 4400 1920x1080
- Mobile Phone
Updated and moved all installed kexts from /Library/Extensions to EFI/Clover/kexts/Other to avoid potential problem in Catalina. I read that the system files were moved to a read only partition and I can't be bothered to r/w mount it everytime I install something. (not sure if I can link the post I followed, since my last post was deleted, but it was on hackintosh subreddit)which changes?
That exact same thing happened to my desktop hackintosh. I feel like it's a clover issue because if you try to update clover in Catalina, it says this installer is not compatible with Catalina.I tried updating my Z50-70 from 10.14.6 to Catalina today, I got to the login window after installation but it got stuck in the initial setup where it asks you if you want to share your data with Apple, etc. That had happened to me before after an update, so I just shut it down and tried again, but now it remains in the black screen with the Apple logo, and if I boot in verbose mode it only shows a row of plus signs and stays like that. Any ideas?
For what it's worth...I installed the supplemental Catalina update and it seems my issue is gone. I dare not update clover until the installer does not say it's incompatible with this OS (Catalina).I upgraded from Mojave to Catalina. Everything works on the Z50, but every 30-40 minutes it reboots on its own.
I've used the -v option, but I could not read the output because it scrolled so fast. I could only read that there was a problem with the IntelAccelerator, something like this:Hello. I've tried to install macOS Mojave on a G50-70 laptop. The installation went ok with few restarts, but it installed. I followed the guide linked in the first post, but I'm stuck at the post-installation part because the macOS won't boot. When booting from the drive it keeps rebooting when the loading bar reaches ~60-70% (tried with -x and debug=0x100 and this is a kernel panic). Also, keyboard seems that is not working. I will upload some screenshots/EFI folder/anything needed later, because I do not have the access to the laptop now. Any first idea that could cause this?
HW: Lenovo G50-70, i3 4030U, AMD R5 M230
[IGPU] virtual IOService *IntelAccelerator::probe(IOService *, SInt32 *): Failed to map device ID: ...
replace your files with the ones attachedI also successfully updated to Catalina from Mojave with the exception of Bluetooth which is not working anymore although wifi is (using Broadcom BCM94352Z), and that my recovery volume seems to be default boot volume (even when I change it in the config.plist)
Can anyone help?
I assume you mean in L/E as that's the only place I found these files. I replaced BrcmFirmwareRepo, BrcmNonPatchRAM2, and then deleted BrcmPatchRAM2 and replaced it with BrcmPatchRAM3. Is that correct? Because it didn't work...replace your files with the ones attached
sudo chmod -Rf 755 /L*/E* sudo chown -Rf 0:0 /L*/E*
sudo kextcache -i /