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Discussion in 'macOS Mojave (10.14)' started by HiLoc, Feb 22, 2019.
It never finish the install and restart to the other SSD high Sierra
What kind of computer are you using?
^^^^You're on today - Look at his sig
Looks like a cMP 5,1 to me. However, in my mind, his question does lack detail. Installation from an SSD should be just like any other installation.
That's uncalled for; I'm not the one who's wrong about Office. I don't have signatures enabled.
Yes it should be so
What kind of details, for the hardware is in the signature (chrfr)
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The main system is on DJ Sys SSD who's 10.13.6 but I want to install Mojave on another SSD a NVMe who's in a PCIe slot. I've try to install High Sierra but I have the same issue.
I try to do my best in english to be understandable
On the picture you see the situation I'm lock too.
Are you using a 10.14.3 installer? What’s the firmware (Boot ROM) version showing in the System Information app?
What sort of card are you using for the SSD?
The OP sig. specifies a Samsung SSD, but doesn't specify which one or want kind of carrier it's on.
Boot Rom 188.8.131.52.0 SMC Version 1.39f11
Install macOS Mojave 14.0.22
You need a newer installer for Mojave, which will include the firmware update for the Mac Pro to enable booting from NVMe drives. If you download a new installer from the App Store today, it’ll be 10.14.3 with the supplemental update. You need BootROM version 184.108.40.206.0.
Thanks chrfr but I have another issue on this mac.
I decide to make the last security update and from that point the screen is black and the tower sleeps.
No more security issue. I put the GT120 in place and the reboot after the update is ok
A guy tell me to unplug the old Mac HD while Mojave restart?????
Have you downloaded the new Mojave installer and updated the BootROM (firmware) to 220.127.116.11.0? Until you do that you'll never be able to boot from the NVMe disk.
I plug back in the GT120 in place of the metal one and from there goal