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Acer Nitro AN715-51-53DW , 9th Gen 9300h Coffee lake

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MY Notebook specs -

CPU: Intel Core i5-9300h 2.4Ghz (Coffeelake)

GPU: Nvdia GeForce GTX1660ti (using config02.plist in USB image), Intel UHD 630 -144hz display

RAM: 16Gb DDR4 2666Mhz

Ethernet: : Killer E2500 Gigabit Ethernet

Wifi: Intel wireless 9560

Audio chipset: Realtek ALC255

System Drive:KINGSTON_RBUSNS8 NVME M.2 256GB + Crucial NVME 1TB CT1000P1SSD8

Secondary Drive: SATA Segate 2TB

Bios settings-

AHCI mode

secure boot disabled

I'm tried to install MacOS catalina On my ACER NITRO 7 AN715-51-53DW using this tutorial following every single step -


issue -- It never goes to the MacOS installation page and the device restarts !

Please can anyone help me point out what wrong I'm doing ?

Or does my laptop doesn't support

thankyou !!

also I tried Config2 as the tutorial explained and nv_disable=1

any help is appreciated . ;)

this is the last shot after which the laptop gets restarted


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