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Frank Nitty last won the day on December 28 2016

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  1. macOS v10.13.6 High Sierra (17G12034) Security Update 2020-002 = NVIDIA Web Driver 387.10.10.10.40.135
  2. Looks like you're SOL if you're expecting working NVIDIA Web drivers for build 17G66. Let me guess, you updated to macOS 10.13.6 from the MAS? Because I did too since I'm in the process of setting up macOS High Sierra using a Ryzen 3700X w/ a GTX 1080TI. How idiotic was it for Apple to leave us w/ the one build version where NVIDIA's Web drivers aren't compatible to install on it... beats me. Based on users reporting immediate issues upon installing the driver, NVIDIA pulled the plug quick and removed it from their servers (you can see here) so there's no way to access them nor have I had any luck finding them online. You can read about it here and here. Only recourse I can think of would be to update to macOS High Sierra Security Update 2019-002 10.13.6.
  3. Frank Nitty

    EFI Mounter

    @LuckyLuck are you planning on updating this amazing tool of yours? It's been over 2 years since High Sierra's release when compatibility stopped. Thanks
  4. I know I'm 2 years late w/ a response which has been in part due to my disgust w/ Apple, as well as w/ NVIDIA regarding their ludicrous nonchalant attitude for not releasing compatible drivers for Pascal GPUs so I never updated from 10.13.1, but after reading your following comment: I downloaded and installed the version of Clover (r4334) you had linked in your comment onto my High Sierra HDD installation and nothing else and I was able to successfully update to 10.13.2 w/o having to create a new USB install. Just wanted to let you know that, and thanks.
  5. NVIDIA Web Driver 378.05.05.25f11: https://images.nvidia.com/mac/pkg/378/WebDriver-378.05.05.25f11.pkg
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. This actually worked with one of my Wi-Fi USB adapters, the BELKIN N F5D8053. Thanks
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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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