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I installed MacOS High Sierra public beta 1 successfully. I managed to boot into it I then converted to new APFS and it managed to boot up however it took a very long time. I then rebooted and this time it got stuck at waiting for DSMOS. I now get stuck there every time I boot. I have installed the latest version of FakeSMC already and already tried deleting graphics kexts trick but still no success.

 

Anyone got any suggestions. I am using clover and my spec is

 

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo

GPU: GT 210

RAM: 6GB

Motherboard: Intel DG35EC 



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You have apfs.efi in clover?

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You have apfs.efi in clover?

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Yes that is what allows me to see the APFS drive



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I can boot HS DB2 and up on my first hack in signature only by removing AppleGFXHDA.kext from S/L/E.

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I realised it must be the apfs.efi because when i try and boot recovery mode with apfs.efi inside it gets stuck at WFDSMOS but whithout it it boots. The only problem is I need apfs for my main Macintosh HD as that is actually an apfs drive





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