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Hey there,HackxBox wrote: ↑Tue Jan 22, 2019 1:34 amThank you for this guide, Shaneee! It looks a lot simpler than the previous ones.
I am trying it now, but I hit a snag on the Disk Utility part - I have split my Samsung 970 Evo with Windows and MacOS partitions and I have been previously somewhat successful with installing High sierra on the MacOS partition. However now I get "You may not install this volume because the computer is missing a firmware partition". I've deleted and recreated it and erased it several times, both in APFS and HFS Journaled with no luck.
The system is Dell Inspiron 27" with Ryzen 7 1700; B350; 16GB RAM; RX580 8GB, only the drive is swapped with the Samsung, as the original was not recognised at all by MacOS installer. I know such systems are limited in terms of BIOS customisation but I have previously attempted install of both HighSierraV2 and V3BETA , as well as following the guide by Hackintosher, and albeit I had issues they were definitely not with the partitions, as the initial MacOS setup of all 3 installs went without problems, on the same partition setup.
Any help or ideas are greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Try looking at this: https://www.reddit.com/r/hackintosh/com ... gh_sierra/germano wrote:Hi Shaneee,
thanks to your guide I managed to install Mojave 10.14.1 on my AMD ryzen 7 1800X and AMD Radeon Pro WX 7100. But I have some problems:
1) Safari does not open preferences stops the program
2) I can not install photoshop cc 2019, or at least install it but when it opens it tells me unexpected closure. I also tried with Photoshop 2018, same problem ... also illustrator and in design same thing. I installed Final Cut Pro without problems.
can you help me?
Thank you very much, i have met the same problem. Also thanks to your great work for all AMD fans!
SharedSupport is inside "Install macOS Mojave.app/Contents"pi2in3 wrote:hi
on "Now in TransMac right click on a blank space in the Contents folder and select "Copy Here" then locate the SharedSupport folder and select Copy."
i cant find where is SharedSupport :
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