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prasanth_1991

Hackintosh Catalina stuck on bootloader

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have successfully installed hackintosh Catalina before & it worked really well without an issue for so many days. But 3 days back & I went back to windows 10. Now when I try to install it again which Catalina I get stuck on bootloader. I took pendrive out & tried on different usb but same result. I can able to get into bootloader but when I hit enter to install from bootloader coding appears and computer restart automatically. Tried many times but no luck. Attaching video which you can see for better understanding. Does anyone knows how to solve this ? 

 

My pc spec 

i7 4790k 

Gigabyte motherboard 

Intel HD Graphics 4600 1536 MB

2 x 4 GB DDR3 Ram 

240 GB SSD 

 

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9 minutes ago, prasanth_1991 said:

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Which bootflags are you using? Try using Safe Mode:

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Also, doublecheck if you have stuff like Secure Boot enabled since you were running Windows 10. For more help, you might have better luck asking in an actual Hackintosh specific Community forum. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 7/30/2020 at 3:36 PM, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

Which bootflags are you using? Try using Safe Mode:


-x

Also, doublecheck if you have stuff like Secure Boot enabled since you were running Windows 10. For more help, you might have better luck asking in an actual Hackintosh specific Community forum. 

I tried which you said but not working. I tried to post on official hackintosh but no response. Do you have any other solutions ? 

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