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e.g. for Hackintosh\Niresh High Sierra Guide see
Note that Hackintosh builds are very hardware specific/fussy - it may just crash!
After installing to a empty partition on my Windows hard drive of an IdeaPad 300, the installation seemed to stop just before the very end, but a few key presses and mouse clicks seemed to spur it back into action again and it completed and rebooted.
It then only booted to a blank screen. :-(
However, if I booted to Clover using the E2B USB drive, I could then boot to the OS X partition on the hard disk and get to the High Sierra desktop.
I suspect that if I had installed to a blank hard disk instead of to an MBR Primary partition, then the notebook would have booted correctly. The Clover Standard option is also needed for MBR-booting.
If possible, set your BIOS boot options to UEFI-boot from the hard disk.
I found that the notebook touchpad and keyboard would not work and so had to connect USB kbd+mouse!
This may have been because I did not, at first, use the Customize button to add in the notebook touchpad drivers, so I re-installed with the notebook driver option ticked and this time it worked! I now have my IdeaPad 300 running Hackintosh High Sierra with touchpad, keyboard, bluetooth and Ethernet.
Tip: If Clover stops at a 'Scanning' message before it displays the boot drive icons, reboot and select the Clover boot entry in the CSM menu, then press 6 just after the screen is blanked and Clover is loaded (you should briefly see the number 6 at the top-left of the screen instead of the usual number 7).