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  1. Thank you so much! I must wait for the web drivers, but afterwards I should be able to install properly.
  2. I currently have lilu, whatever green, web drivers, and cuda drivers. However, I'm experiencing large sums of lag when resizing windows and when running certain applications such as Atom, Ableton Live, Sublime Text, and a few others. Realtime rendering seems to get completely crushed, but even when certain applications are lagging, I can pull up others without the lag effecting it. I've attached a video to further illustrate the point. The animations for the play head moving across the project, animation for EQ Eight and compressor, should all be smooth as butter, but they all skip and lag quite horribly; perhaps this is an OpenGL issue? I used to run on a considerably poor AMD 1GB gpu, but all of the animations were perfect. My GPU currently is a GTX 1080. lag-2.mp4
  3. Currently can't get passed the installer (unsupported metal graphics), I assume because the Pascal drivers aren't out for Mojave? I have a GTX 1080, but I noticed someone was able to install successfully with their GTX 1050.
  4. Stellar progress, looking forward to testing this out tonight!
  5. Yeah unfortunately Illustrator and Photoshop CC 2018 both instantly crash upon opening. It seems to be an AMD-specific issue, since the same install works on my iMac Note that this is a similar and well known error to opening other apps like Core keygen for pacifist: Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV) Exception Codes: EXC_I386_GPFLT Exception Note: EXC_CORPSE_NOTIFY Termination Signal: Segmentation fault: 11 Termination Reason: Namespace SIGNAL, Code 0xb Terminating Process: exc handler [0]
  6. It may be easier to get the kernel message, by plugging in your USB CDC device then getting the output of dmesg: sudo dmesg > ~/Desktop/dmesg.txt
  7. Speed for 3.0 is 5Gbps, if you can confirm this with a compatible usb 3.0 device, that would be rather odd. Not unless you're experiencing audio crackling. Clover does a great job of detecting my overclocked CPU and RAM, no need for bus ratio for me.
  8. Unfortunately, you're not running at 3.0 speed. Notice the host controller AppleUSBOHCIPCI, which is USB 1.1.
  9. I was having the same problem as you guys earlier. I went ahead and did a reformat and reinstall of High Sierra. Once you get to the post installation phase, make sure to use kernel_kext_install instead of post as XCiLNZ mentioned and the problem should be fixed. I tried replacing what was removed originally, but it just didn't work, re-install seems to be the only fix atm. Full USB 3.0 and 3.1 working, just a similar issue with Gigamaxx; the front panel usbs aren't working.
  10. Apologies, I do have it. Thank you, friend.
  11. Can you upload that kext for me ? AppleUSBXHCIPCI for some reason I don't have it which might explain some of my issues.
  12. Might as well, the new iMac Pro will support both Vega56/64 and should be released soon™ Ahhh you're so lucky, my USB 3.1 and 3.0 doesn't work properly...same chipset too B350
  13. A lot of people from the Apple community forums are reporting issues with High Sierra performing/crashing on Professional grade applications. It might not be a kernel issue if it's happening to those on Intel machines. I can't confirm, but these are the rumors I've heard. Especially with the new APFS format, it's more likely issues will arise. Fortunately, it changed the name back to USB, but unfortunately it shows no devices. I appreciate you uploading these files for me, thank you!
  14. This is because of the post file you ran after the install, specifically: # Installs USBFIX printf "\n=> Applying USB FIX\n" cp -Rf ./USBfix/*.kext /Volumes/$VOLUME/System/Library/Extensions/ The way to fix this is to boot into the usb, go into terminal and remove DummyUSBEHCIPCI.kext DummyUSBXHCIPCI.kext GenericUSBXHCI.kext from /S/L/E, they shouldn't be in there anyways. If people need them, they should be in the Clover kext folders