Laptop - hp, model - 15bx658tx,
8gb ram, intel i3-6006u, 2gb amd radeon graphics, 1tb harddisk
Stuck at Apple logo
Hey @Achyuth ,
I need some more information. Tell me exactly what it's doing.
When I booted from my USB Mojave installation for the first time... It is showing the apple logo and a bar under it .. which is never starting the loading.
Are you plugged into USB 3 or 2?
Tried both of them... But same result.
Try booting verbose. In Clover, hover over the boot drive, press the spacebar on your keyboard, select the boot verbose option.
I'm new to this. I don't know what verbose is. Please explain how to do it.
Boot into Clover, hover over the boot drive, press the spacebar on your keyboard, select the boot verbose option. You'll see a bunch of lines of text. Take a video of it (in case it restarts), upload it to Google Photos (or elsewhere) and send a link.
Did what you said. I'm stuck at .... Attempting system restart...MACH Reboot.
Zip your EFI folder and upload it.
here is my efi folder zipped.
Sorry for the late reply. You're missing stuff from Drivers64UEFI. Make sure you follow the guide completely. Check the things that are checked in the guide's Clover installer screenshot.
Please give me the link for guide's clover installer screenshot.
Here ya go, Step 4: https://markwithtech.com/d/183-guide-create-mojave-10-14-hackintosh-usb-installer/
Also please help me in making bootable USB along with Ethernet and wifi drivers
What's your laptop's model number? I tried looking up what was in your first post, but didn't find anything.
Intel core i3 6006u
AMD Radeon HD 520
I cannot find anything for that model number. I looked it up on HP's website. Go into BIOS and find either the product name or the serial number and I'll try to find it through that.
hey sorry for late reply.... here is the link for my laptop details.
I just looked at your EFI folder, and in the Other Kexts folder, you have the Clover installer in there on accident lol. As for Ethernet, try installing this kext and see if that fixes it. For WiFi, you'll need a different card. I'm not sure if you can replace it in your laptop. You'd have a better bet using a little USB WiFi dongle that's compatible with macOS.