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  1. dwdrummer0

    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    And you and I have similar converters! Apogee FTW!
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Sticking with High Sierra till Apple and Nvidia get their S*** straightened up with drivers. Seems like apple are the ones holding up the process... https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1043070/announcements/faq-about-macos-10-14-mojave-nvidia-drivers/
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Yea!! Great job on that new ROM IronMan!!
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Upgraded to 10.13.5 without issue.
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Would Would love to help, but only real 11,5 here
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Why not just upgrade to High Sierra?
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    ALSO remember these kext are for the 10.13.4 update WITH Security update. They will not work if you just update to 10.13.4. EDIT: and please, do a backup before you do any of these steps
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    IF you can get another partition up with Sierra, these kexts should work for you to xfer over to your main partition. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1p7WjJmhFtINVnS7iju32QOZOT5G5A-QJ/view?usp=sharing To my knowledge, the RX 580 should be no problem. Actually, Radeon cards are much better performance wise compared to Nvidia (IN MACOSX) and more compatible.
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Make sure you have a backup (time machine) of everything before you start this. So what I did was create a fresh install of 10.13.4 on my Macbook Pro, made a carbon copy clone of that partition then moved it over to a new partition on my hackintosh. Doing this bypasses APFS conversion. So now I have a fresh install of 10.13.4 along with my main 10.13.3 drive (2 partitions). If 10.13.4 doesn't boot then you have problems that I cannot fix. Now do the combo update of 10.13.4 from 10.13.4 and choose your 10.13.3 drive, update that drive. Then make sure you update both partitions with the 10.13.4 security update. Boot back into fresh install of 10.13.4. Now download EasyKext Pro. Go to your main volume and go to S/L/E, delete everything from there. Open EasyKext Pro and hit the advanced tab. Make sure your installing everything to S/L/E, make sure everything is checked then choose as target your main partition where you deleted S/L/E. then go to S/L/E from fresh install and drag all kext's into EasyKext Pro and install. This is what worked for me.
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Ill post about a possible fix a little later on.
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    I was able to upgrade to 10.13.4! For those having Legacy Shim panics, Its a bad kext. In my case, it was in S/L/E.
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    I wish that was the case but even if it was, it really shouldn't take that long to boot. I tried leaving it for 3-4 min and still only those 2 HID messages. Tried reverting back to 10.13.3 with a reinstall and my drive was converted to APFS so now I have to do a full restore after changing the volume back to HFS+. I just forgot that the reinstall would convert to APFS...
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Unfortunately, had a similar problem that one of the other users was having while updating to 10.13.4. Did those changes for defaults, NVRAM reset and got the error in the attached picture. Also used your new bios IronMan and NVRAM reset and still the same error. I knew what I was getting myself into and realized that the update may not work. Don't need my machine till Wednesday so either or, will get this working somehow or revert back to 10.13.3! Any help would be much appreciated! EDIT: also tried restoring optimized defaults in BIOS with no luck EDIT 2: oddly enough, I can boot into the 10.13.4 Recovery mode but still no go for main OS EDIT 3 : Removed Sony Kext and still have the issue but now its just freezing at HID:Legacy shim 2
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Was this needed to update? Just curious because I will be updating soon. Thx!
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Anyone have issues opening up the Realtek HD Audio Manager after updating the drivers? I use to be able to access the panel, but now I can't and i'm unable to adjust anything. Are their specific drivers I need for this QUO in order for the onboard audio to work properly? Windows 10... EDIT: Got it working by reverting back to 2.80 from 2.82
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