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  1. Ergot can you benchmark pre and post?
  2. So what is new in 387. Seems to be quite a version jump, is there any info available, or a changelog? Also how is the performance with this driver? I also wonder if Apple optimized anything graphics related in 10.13.5? Cannot find any information here either...
  3. Why there never is a changelog by nvidia?????????????????????????????????????
  4. Hi, I still have (and always had) a weird problem with the nvidia card, and I don't know if it is a power unit issue or a driver issue. Do you have such a problem, too: Sometimes the screen goes black, for example if I scroll a specific webpage. It turns then on again, and off again. Then it may disappear and everyathing works fine again. Or not. Usually a reboot will let this problem disappear. There is no obvious heavy cpu/power usage while this happens. Do you know this problem? Does it sound like a driver problem? I use a gt1050 2gb and a 4k monitor connected thru DP.
  5. Make sure your Intel Graphics runs in connector-less mode.
  6. Vit updated his NvidiaGraphicsFixup, and it does not patch the recent driver anymore, so I guess the new driver includes his fix somehow.
  7. All glitches are fixed here with the very recent driver on 10.13.4! Finally a useable version, thanks nvidia for listening to bugreporters!
  8. 10.30.103, 10.25.160, 10.25.106 and 10.25.102 cause all graphics corruption here in 1050gt, haswell, imac14,2, kernelxcpm. bbmatias3: what config do you have?
  9. Hi the recent 387. driver causes flickering and graphics errors on my desktop and 1050gt, esp. while using safari (10.13.4). I also tried a patched 387., but no luck, still graphics errors. Which version is not causing graphics errors?
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    Clover General discussion

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    Clover General discussion

    That entry will be recreated with every boot.
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    Clover General discussion

    Sure. This is after a nvram clearing and a reboot of Sierra: nvram -p fakesmc-key-MSWr-ui8 %00 fakesmc-key-RPlt-ch8* j17%00%00%00%00%00 fakesmc-key-RBr -ch8* j16j17%00%00 EFILoginHiDPI %01%00%00%00 fakesmc-key-#KEY-ui32 %00%00%00%00 SystemAudioVolumeDB %80 fakesmc-key-BATP-flag %00 EFIBluetoothDelay %b8%0b fakesmc-key-MSTc-ui8 %00 fakesmc-key-BNum-ui8 %00 security-mode none csr-active-config g%00%00%00 fakesmc-key-$Num-ui8 %01 fakesmc-key-MSFW-ui8 %01%00 fakesmc-key-REV -ch8* %02%15%0f%00%00%07 fakesmc-key-MSPS-ui16 %00%03 fakesmc-key-$Adr-ui32 %00%00%03%00 fakesmc-key-EPCI-ui32 %07%a0%07%00 bluetoothActiveControllerInfo %01%00%12%0a%01%00%00%00%12%1a%00%1a}%daq%0c nvda_drv 1%00 fakesmc-key-MSAc-ui16 %00%00 SystemAudioVolume %80 fakesmc-key-RMde-char A specialbootdevice %02%01%0c%00%d0A%03%0a%00%00%00%00%01%01%06%00%02%1f%03%12%0a%00%03%00%ff%ff%00%00%04%01*%00%02%00%00%00(@%06%00%00%00%00%00%e0%1f.:%00%00%00%00Q%d2%18%87%d2%ectC%b4%95%aa%b2%d2%ce%a06%02%02%7f%ff%04%00 fakesmc-key-BEMB-flag %00
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    Clover General discussion

    Hi, I am not using emuvariable, but real nvram from the board. I already cleaned the nvram (there were lots of efi-apple-payload entries, but no change). So could I select the other drive in the macos settings as boot device and it would work? I am afraid of setting this, so the computer would not boot at all anymore...
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    Clover General discussion

    Thanks for info. But on the "OSX" HFS+ partition, there is a 571.960 bytes sized "boot.efi" under /System/Library/CoreServices/boot.efi. Also more log: 3:825 0:000 === [ AddCustomTool ] ===================================== 3:830 0:005 found tool \EFI\CLOVER\tools\Shell64U.efi 3:830 0:000 Checking EFI partition Volume 8 for Clover 3:831 0:001 Checking EFI partition Volume 11 for Clover 3:845 0:014 Found Clover 3:846 0:000 === [ GetEfiBootDeviceFromNvram ] ========================= 3:846 0:000 - found entry 2. 'Boot macOS from OSXSSD', Volume 'OSXSSD', DevicePath 'PciRoot(0x0)\Pci(0x1F,0x2)\Sata(0x3,0xFFFF,0x0)\HD(2,GPT,8718D221-ECD2-4374-XXXX-AAB2D2CEA036,0x64028,0x3A2E1FE0)\System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efii' 3:846 0:000 DefaultIndex=2 and MainMenu.EntryCount=11 3:875 0:028 GUI ready 5:876 2:001 === [ StartLoader ] ======================================= So it cannot find the boot.efi on "OSX", even if I see here that it is there... Btw. notice the typo? in the log "boot.efii' instead "boot.efi"... Also why is it getting the info only from nvram? "GetEfiBootDeviceFromNvram"...
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    Clover General discussion

    Hm, ok thanks for this info. What is clover exactly looking for on the HFS+ partition? Only /Sys/Lib/Kernels/kernel ? What files do have to exist to make it appear in the list? btw. these are the bootlog entries: 3:569 0:001 === [ ScanLoader ] ======================================== 3:569 0:000 - [05]: 'Win8Boot' 3:569 0:000 - [06]: 'Win8System', hidden 3:569 0:000 - [07]: 'ntfsrest', hidden 3:569 0:000 - [08]: 'EFI' 3:570 0:000 - [09]: 'OSX2' 3:649 0:079 AddLoaderEntry for Volume Name=OSX2 3:719 0:070 hibernated: set as never 3:778 0:058 - [10]: 'Recovery HD' 3:778 0:000 AddLoaderEntry for Volume Name=Recovery HD 3:809 0:031 - [11]: 'EFI' 3:812 0:002 - [13]: 'EFI' 3:815 0:003 - [14]: 'OSXSSD' 3:819 0:004 AddLoaderEntry for Volume Name=OSXSSD 3:822 0:002 hibernated: set as never 3:824 0:002 Scanning legacy ... 3:824 0:000 5: 'Win8Boot' (vista,win) add legacy 3:825 0:000 added 'Boot Windows from Win8Boot' OSType=2 Icon=vista,win 3:825 0:000 6: 'Win8System' (vista,win) hidden 3:825 0:000 7: 'ntfsrest' (vista,win) hidden 3:825 0:000 11: 'EFI' (win) add legacy 3:825 0:000 added 'Boot Windows from EFI' OSType=2 Icon=win That new "EFI" entry really seems to come from the EFI partition of "OSX" and will be falsely listed as windows...?