No video signal after starting with Clover

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#1
Hi, I created a bootable usb with Mojave. After starting Clover on the PC and after pressing "Install Mojave from USB", the screen with the apple and the indicator starts. When the indicator reaches the end, the monitor turns off (the PC does not restart but remains on). Even with the "-v" parameter it does not give any errors and does the same thing. I attach the EFI folder and config.plist here. Thanks in advance.
 

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#2
Try the attached CLOVER folder in place of your current folder.
 

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Thank you, i've also edit fake_id of gpu in 0x12345678. Now the installer start but when restart after the first step, it says "Mac OS could not be installed on your computer"
 
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#4
What disk are you looking to use for Mojave? How is it currently formatted? Are you trying to keep an existing partition/OS on the disk?

When you get to the installer have you tried opening Disk Utility and formatting the drive as APFS before running the installation?
 

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Thank you for replies. I solved by changing ssd... Apparently not all SSDs are compatible during installation. With Samsung 860 EVO it works, but not with TOSHIBA TR200.
Now only audio is not working, do you have any suggestions?


EDIT: Solved... Thank you very much for all replies!
 
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I didn't realize but now the video card is only 7 MB and the graphics have some bugs... Can i resolve it?
 

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Yes, you need to remove the Fake ID you used in the config.plist from the USB installer. This dummy Fake Id is only to be used when installing macOS, not when it is installed on your system.

Use the Device > Fake ID and Graphics details in the config.plist I provided above.
 

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So can I replace the config.plist directly on EFI folder?
 

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You can rename your existing config.plist to something like config-1.plist. Then drag and drop the config.plist I included in the CLOVER folder in post No. 2 in to your current CLOVER folder.

Always best to keep a copy of the original config.plist, in case the new config fails to load.
 
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Try the attached CLOVER folder in place of your current folder.
I'm actually having that same exact issue right now installing mojave 10.14 fresh. I tried using your config file as is and then made a few modifications to fit my motherboard, both times same result. Instead of the apple and progress bar stopping and then losing video signal like before, I get the classic stream of text like its doing something but its filled with errors and my video signal eventually cuts out as usual. Heres my original config
 

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You can rename your existing config.plist to something like config-1.plist. Then drag and drop the config.plist I included in the CLOVER folder in post No. 2 in to your current CLOVER folder.

Always best to keep a copy of the original config.plist, in case the new config fails to load.
With your config.plist I have the usual video signal problem...
 

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I think I solved the problem by using a GT 710. It's natively supported on Mojave.
 

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While I am glad you have a resolution to this issue. I think that using the GT710 will only mask not solve the problem. As macOS will simply use the built-in Apple/Nvidia drivers for the GT710 card and bypass the Intel GFX card.
 

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Yes I know, this solution consists in not using the UHD 630 but an external fully compatible graphic card... :LOL:
 

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Yes, but don't expect any high end apps to work too well with this card.

It will be fine for general browsing, word processing, email etc. But moderate Gaming and any graphic intensive usage will probably be beyond this cards capabilities.
 

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Of course, I expect little more than what I would have expected with the 630. Anyway thanks for the time devoted to my problem!