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Hi. As stated in the topic, I have a problem with this configuration. I'm able with clover to have a sierra 10.12 working with audio wifi, ethernet ecc... Only the famous glitch on the above left side. When I upgrade the system to 10.12.5, I come into a rebooting situation. The hackintosh reboot without reaching the desktop. I tried putting the kext lilu.kext and and intelgraphicsfixup.kext inside the folder other but doesn't change the problem. Could someone help me?



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have you updated the clover bootloader to the latest version itself?



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have you updated the clover bootloader to the latest version itself?

Which version should be?



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it's 4061 on sourcefourge.net

https://sourceforge..../cloverefiboot/

 

You can also find v2.4k_4072 here: http://www.insanelym...lake/?p=2424374



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it's 4061 on sourcefourge.net

https://sourceforge..../cloverefiboot/

 

You can also find v2.4k_4072 here: http://www.insanelym...lake/?p=2424374

I did now, but after downloaded and try to install at minute 8 far from the end restart and after trying to booting withe the apple logo i have a black screen... I cannot understand what I'm doing bad.



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Are you trying to reinstall macOS and after 8 minutes in the process the black screen happened?

Post your EFI folder so I can take a look.



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Are you trying to reinstall macOS and after 8 minutes in the process the black screen happened?

Post your EFI folder so I can take a look.

so here we are.I'm having some trouble uploading now...

Edited by Pimof, 19 May 2017 - 07:00 PM.


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You need to compress the EFI folder and it must be less than 10 MB.



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In the efi folder i have this 3 files + the apple folder, the apple folder is more than 20mb... 

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replace your config.plist with this one

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replace your config.plist with this one

It's not able to boot as well... I installed again 10.12 after formatted the disk. now I'm doing a back up with time machine and tomorrow I will try again with your config updating to 10.12.5



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take it easy with 10.12.5 with IntelHD

Attached File  CLOVER.zip   2.77MB   17 downloads



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take it easy with 10.12.5 with IntelHD

attachicon.gifCLOVER.zip

When should I put this folder? I have the doubt that it's not able to finish the upgrade because at 8 minutes from the finish i have black screen..

Thanks so much for the help!



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You should put it inside the EFI partition on your bootable disk, wether it is a USB installer or macOS hard disk.

 

Use clover configurator to mount the EFI partition and replace the Clover folder inside it

 

/EFI/EF/Clover



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You should put it inside the EFI partition on your bootable disk, wether it is a USB installer or macOS hard disk.

 

Use clover configurator to mount the EFI partition and replace the Clover folder inside it

 

/EFI/EF/Clover

so before pass from 12 to 12.5?



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yes



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yes

ok, Il remake all...



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Let me know how it goes



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I recovered from time machine to 10.12. I mounted the efi partition changed the clover folder with yours, downloaded the update, run the update. It would take take 26 minutes, at minute 8 it rebooted. I tried to log in the mac os sierra supposed to be 10.12.5 but after the mela logo reach more than half of the bar the black screen appeared... Do you have any solution? I'm using a partition with el capitan 10.11.6 with its recovery partition to use time machine. 



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can you download the macOS 10.12.5 from App Store and create a new USB installer to do a clean Install?







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