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  1. HWSensors3

    Here is the output of the command on disk0 S.M.A.R.T. check disk: 0 SMARTReadData() failed with e00002de Error: S.M.A.R.T. attribute check failed for disk 0 with status -536870178
  2. Yeah 4.7.9 seems to be working fine Thanks for the fix
  3. Ok. It's done. All I had to do was to clean install macOS on my second SSD and once the installation was complete I mounted the preboot volume on my main NVME disk and remove the folder that was causing the problem. There was a container inside and I just removed it. I didn't even detach the Windows hdd so that has no effect on the installation process anymore. The good thing is that I don't have the "Boot macOS from Preboot volume" in the clover GUI anymore just the macOS volume and the Recovery partition. After removing the contents of the preboot volume macOS is booting normally. The thing is that the contents of the Preboot volume cannot be deleted while macOS is running otherwise you'll get the "You don't have permission to remove the item blah blah blah" so I booted my system from another macOS (High Sierra of course) then mounted the Preboot volume that contained the folder that was causing the problem and then removed it and so on and so forth Here are the commands for performing the steps above: Cheers
  4. I found the problem which is in my NVME SSD's Preboot volume, the boot.efi is causing the problem. I get the "does printf work??" message and won't let the installer boot. I just need to find a way to resolve this without having to remove the NVME from the mainboard.
  5. Hi D-an-W, yes, the current build is 4418
  6. HWSensors3

    It's not a big deal and there is no rush, take your time, I just reported this just to make sure if it's available or not. Thanks for your time and efforts man
  7. HWSensors3

    @vector sigma Thank you it works great, just one minor problem the hardware monitor doesn't show my NVME SSD, I can see the details of my NVME with iStat Menus. I have to confess that I haven't booted the system with the new sensors and the new FakeSMC.kext maybe it will show up after I reboot the system with the new kexts and sensors. I'll get back to you on that after I reboot the system which might tae a while.
  8. I can't post in the following topic. HWSensors3 Please check it out. Thanks in advance
  9. I used this following link to download the 10.13.4 Beta's (4) full installer and then tried to update to DP 5 via AppStore. macappstores://itunes.apple.com/app/id1209167288
  10. Status Bar InsanelyMac

    Nice job! Thanks chris1111
  11. I just thought it might have been resolved by now but it clearly isn't. (I mean the problem with having windows on another HDD/SSD) Thanks for all the replies.
  12. I don't know that the heck is going on with my rig it just simply refuses to boot from the installer partition I recently installed windows on another hdd to test something and it might be the cause for all the evils in my endeavor
  13. What is the latest beta’s build number? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Maybe this is happening on my rig because I have 3 EFI partitions with clover, once I booted into the second stage of the installer and it gave me the old installer damaged error. I'll try to remove those efi folders and try again. Thanks for the replies @Sherlocks and @ricoc90