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E7270 - Big Sur USB Installer Cannot Boot


aufannada

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Yes, should work on any E7270. Some models may have slightly different touchpad so VoodooPS2 included might cause booting issue. Go to Config file, under Misc/Debug and enable AppleDebug. Post the last log file generated on the root of EFI when error occurred.

Also you could try switching VoodooPS2 with ApplePS2Controller + plugins that's included in the EFI

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1. After I enabled AppleDebug in Misc / Debug and then I booted again using USB Installer, and when the error occurred again, I didn't get the log file on the root of EFI. Is there any other way to get that log file?

 

2. After that, I then returned to try the second method, switching VoodooPS2 with ApplePS2Controller + plugins that's included in the EFI and changing the config like this :

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and the result after rebooting again is like this :

 

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only until there the boot process.

 

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