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Frank Nitty last won the day on December 28 2016

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  1. NVIDIA Web Driver 378.05.05.25f11: https://images.nvidia.com/mac/pkg/378/WebDriver-378.05.05.25f11.pkg
  2. Hey guy, my fault for the delay. I have been out of the loop from the Mac scene for a few months since life caught up w/ me. But to answer your question, I edit my .plist files manually w/ PlistEdit Pro, not Clover Configurator or any other Clover 'centric' tool app. PlistEdit Pro is much more accurate and effective in how/where everything is supposed to be laid out in my opinion. Once you get an idea as to how its hierarchal root tree works, you'll then understand how everything is supposed to be arranged.
  3. Haven't been on your page in a while, but I see you're still at work offering resources/tutorials for folks w/ legacy hardware. Much respect MaLd0n. Folks don't realize how much of a legend you are in the OSX mod scene.
  4. This actually worked with one of my Wi-Fi USB adapters, the BELKIN N F5D8053. Thanks
  5. Has anyone figured out a method to update from 10.13.1 to 10.13.3 using incremental updates w/o having to reinstall from the macOS app store
  6. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/311747-guide-how-to-install-el-capitan-on-asus-z170m-plus-with-clover-using-pentium-g4500/?do=findComment&comment=2577865
  7. Thanks MaLd0n, you're the man. My apologies for not responding sooner. I don't get notifications for this post unfortunately. Hopefully PR finally has running electricity by now. Regarding your USB 3.0 issue, be sure to follow Step 4, #5d in my guide. I don't own the Broadcom Wifi device you're referring to so I'm unable to advise you of what to do there When it comes to DSDT patches, MaLd0n is your man, I'd suggest giving him a holler. He was the one who provided mine for me. Unless suggested otherwise please do not use any DSDT's posted unless you know it's specific to your motherboard
  8. Hey sorry for the delay. I'm a busy man, dealing with family and work. You're welcome. So you're aware I don't own that computer anymore... If my memory serves me correct, if you read my 10.12 guide here, it's required to use NullCPUPowerManagement or your hack will KP. If you have anymore questions regarding this board I would advise that you reach out to MaLd0n on his post here.
  9. Based on what I seen, looks more like he's going through the motions of trial and error, and no concrete solution. However if you don't mind, keep me posted on whether there's a positive result at some point in the coming future.
  10. I'll probably wait it out until 10.13.6 releases before I decide to update again if that's the case
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    Is macOS High Sierra 4K UHD compatible

    UPDATE: So I purchased the following adapter from Monoprice here (half the price of the Club3D brand Denicio suggested) and the final result is: it works like a charm. Able see/run macOS 10.13.1 in 4K on my GTX 1070 and it looks amazing w/ all the screen real estate.
  12. As stubborn as I was to avoid the inevitable, it sucks that the only way I was able to update to macOS 10.13.1 was by downloading the High Sierra app again from the App store then recreating another boot drive and installing a fresh new OS when I had already installed 10.13.0 on another partition.
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    Is macOS High Sierra 4K UHD compatible

    Yes, and it's not a monitor but a TV. I have been having problems updating to 10.13.1. Each time I run the update and it goes through the required restart, 'About this Mac' shows 10.13 only as if nothing happened. I'm referring to rig #1 in my sig which uses a GTX 1070. My UHD TV has no DP ports, only HDMI. I just bought a HDMI 2.0 cable so I'll try it out later and see if that does the trick. Based on the OP keep in mind that if I didn't have it on the right input then how would I have seen the Clover booatloader menu and subsequent Apple logo with loading bar that follows. That just might work for me. What version did you get? Just saw it online for $30.
  14. I took the plunge and purchased a 4K UHD TV to use as a secondary monitor. However, after I connected my HDMI cable, started my system, selected the 10.13.0 partition from the Clover boot menu, and waited for the Apple logo status bar to load, I get a "No signal" error. What gives? Anybody with prior knowledge of this issue and/or could give me some useful advice to move forward would be greatly appreciated.
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