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  1. I had more time to do the Script much better Now you can select InstallAssistant.pkg from anywere See script spoiler Attaching V3 create_app-V3.zip Enjoy
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  2. Clover's OC integration is new and Extended Firamware is in place. I have confirmed the success of Monterey's Full Installer.
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  3. https://github.com/chris1111/Geforce-Kepler-patcher/issues/1
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  4. THANK YOU!!!!! That was it. I can’t believe that BetterZip was causing that. WTF? I would have never thought to look at BetterZip! I just knew the great people on this forum would have an answer for me.
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  5. @pkdesign are you sure that an installed app extension isn't interfering with sidebar icons? I had a similar issue with BetterZip, you could check in System Preferences -> Extensions -> Finder Extensions and see which are enabled, try disabling them all and then enable one by one until you find the one to blame (relaunch Finder after enabling/disabling an extension). If the issue is not occurring due to an installed extension, then I'm not sure why that could happen 😕
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  6. If I have the time I will try to put up 0.7.4 EFIs for you all when it releases. No promises though but I will try to get it done.
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  7. Fool-proof guide: Every time a new OpenCore version is released: Download the RELEASE tag from their GitHub repo Read the Dortania post that accompanies the release because if there are any changes that need super attention it will be stated there as well. Keep a backup of your current EFI on a USB Stick's EFI partition so you can boot if things go south. Copy EFI/BOOT/BOOTx64.efi from the downloaded zip to your EFI/BOOT folder. Copy EFI/OC/OpenCore.efi from the downloaded zip to your EFI/OC folder. Copy the drivers you are using on your EFI/OC/Drivers folder from the downloaded zip. Copy the tools you are using on your EFI/OC/Tools folder from the downloaded zip. Read Docs/Differences.pdf Double check that the Resources folder structure has not changed on the new version (from Differences.pdf) Apply changes on your config.plist stated on the Differences.pdf file (if any). Open a terminal, go to the OpenCore folder from the downloaded zip then /Utilities/ocvalidate. Type "./ocvalidate " then drag and drop your EFI's config.plist on the terminal window and press enter. This tool will let you know if something's wrong with your config.plist. Open your Kexts folder Go one by one on your kexts -> Go to the acidanthera GitHub page and visit the repo of each kext, download the latest release from the Tags tab. Unzip and copy the kext to your EFI/OC/Kexts folder. Reboot PS1: I prefer first deleting the files that I am about to copy over to my EFI folder. So I do not replace the files, but add them fresh. PS2: If you read the Dortania OpenCore guide MANY MANY times then you will start understanding how to create an EFI by yourself, and this will lessen the possibility of doing mistakes when updating as well.
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