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7R0N

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  1. I'm running a fresh install of 10.13 (17A405) including the Nvidia web driver and CUDA driver. I'm having some issues with Finder taking a while to show up in some instances (says not responding) and some general Safari/Finder/Desktop lag. Would you mind taking a look at my clover folder and files please? The general boot up is fine but it doesn't seem particularly stable once on the desktop which leads me to believe that this is a DSDT/power management issue. Thank you in advance. CLOVER.zip ioreg_imac.zip Send me iMac.zip
  2. Edit: It looks like it's working well now. I'll post an update tomorrow about the issue in case somebody else runs into the same problem. Update: Adding VoodooTSCSync.kext to the kexts folder made the keyboard and mouse run normally. I didn't make any other changes to the config.plist or Clover's boot arguments.
  3. I've managed to successfully launch the macOS installer (10.12.4) but experience a strange issue with both the keyboard and mouse. Since several members here have had some success with getting macOS onto a Kaby Lake machine, I'm hoping somebody may have an idea what the cause of the issue is. As soon as the installer loads and the cursor is displayed, moving the mouse causes is to jump around and appear on different places on the screen instead of moving in a smooth motion. It still moves in the correct general direction but it's like working at 1 frame per second. The keyboard also often fails to successfully register all key presses. In some instances I have to press the same key multiple times to register once. In others, if I press a key once, it will show up four or five times. My specs are also in my signature. As of this post, I'm running the latest BIOS from Gigabyte's website. I feel like the issue would be something simple like a missing driver or kext but am hoping somebody here with more experience may be able to point me in the right direction. Thanks in advance.
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