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"The recovery server could not be contacted"

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Hello everyone !

I'm a new hackintosher and during the high sierra installation when I click on install I have this message "The recovery server could not be contacted"...

It's strange cause it seems like I'm in recovery mode :(

How can I get out the recovery mode ?

Thanks you everyone !!
 

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I fixed this, you just have to put this command line in the terminal.

ntpdate -u time.apple.com
 
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I tried that command and it comes back with “command not found” :(
 
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The problem is likely an expired installer certificate. To fix it you can set your clock back a year or so.

When it has happened to me, it was a different error message. I'm guessing that has to do with whether or not you have a working network adapter during install, and that the root cause is the same.
 
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