Hello Friendly people here at Insanely Mac, I have successfully managed to install Sierra 10.12.4 on my system (yay!).
Everything is working well and this would be the best install I have ever done on any one of my machines, going all the way back to Snow Leopard.
HOWEVER, I cannot get Kaspersky to install, no worries, I installed Norton (after paying for a different subscription x.x); after the program installed I proceeded to install my other software but not until I reboot my system of course, heres the issue that I can't wrap my mind around, mostly every time I install new software and reboot my machine, my monitors never display an image and I have to boot into a bootloader and start up without any nvidia driver then reinstall my drivers again for me to have a successful boot up. I've searched google for any one having this issue and came up empty handed, can anyone help me out with this?
I've also noticed that when I try to boot without reinstalling the drivers, it takes a considerably longer time to progress though the bar (maybe this has an effect as well?)
My specs are: Intel i7 2600k (unlocked), 16gb DDR3 Mem, EVGA Nvidia GTX 980ti, with an Asrock z68 extreme7 Gen3 mainboard.
This isn't a life threatening bug but it is getting a little annoying having the reinstall my nvidia drivers over and over after every install of something new.
Thanks everyone for your anticipated support and help along the way