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  1. Dans1975

    Mojave MBR HFS Firmware Check Patch

    I ran the update for 14.10.3 and safari, App Store, Maps, Calendar and mail will not open ... error message apps are looking for a file in private frameworks that isn't there... that file is no there on my MacBook so I suspect it has to do with the install? Sandbox creation failed: failed to compile sandbox profile /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AppleMediaServices.framework/Versions/A/Resources/framework.sh Looks like all the internal Mac apps... What needs to be cleared/rebuilt? Oh wait, I saw the comments above looks like the solution for now... Dans
  2. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    Hey CB, how come so many updates? Bug fixes? New features?? So are there now 3 tools? 1. Manual for HS 2. Automatic for HS 3. Automatic for Mojave? Cheers Dans
  3. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    So you need 1 small FAT portion for clover to install to... 1 mac formatted HDD partition that will eventually hold High Sierra with the few small files per CB's instruction 1 boot drive....with all the install files per crazybirdys instructions Then boot off the USB and it will install HS to the HDD .... once that finishes, that HDD partition will have a new name and will have HS on it. THEN you need to install CLOVER on the small FAT partition (label it EFI)... - read up on how to install clover... Once that's all done you can boot up your HS system that is now on your HDD. dans
  4. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    This will mess up your Win 10 so best to use a NEW HDD. You have an old mbr laptop? How do you expect to boot High Sierra?? You will need a boot loader like Clover..... So you need 1 small FAT portion for clover to install to... 1 partition that will eventually hold High Sierra and 1 partition with windows 10 in it... Plus system reserve and recovery for win 10... You can try it but I think it will destroy your win10 installation..... dans
  5. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    Most of the install files go on the USB The stuff that goes on the target HDD assists with the install process to that target HDD by the boot USB. You will wind up with High Sierra installed on the HDD BUT In order to boot it you need to install a boot loader.... so before you start this whole process create a small partition called EFI and install your CLOVER boot loader there ... it will then allow you to boot HS and WIN10. __________ For dual booting I'd suggest installing WIn 10 on a separate Hard Drive rather than in a partition. ___________ Dans
  6. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    Found issue - CONFIGURE IPV6 needs to be set to "Link-local only" and then https:// loads fine. Weird....but now ok... I will see how next update goes! Thanks again CB for great tool.
  7. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    CB, so many versions for 13.4... what did you change in latest? Still having weird problem loading https: sites like the new york times with Java turned on ... loads fine with J off.. and Safari 11.2 loads fine , just some weird issue with 11.1 in 13. 4.... not sure if it is webkit error or what but loading hangs about half way...even on clean install, but no problem on real MacBook...only hack...crazy....
  8. Install of update went fine, except some odd Safari Issue where websites like the New York Times won't load with Javascript turned ON... loads with Javascript OFF. Anyone else observed this behaviour .. 10.13.3 works fine. Safari 11.2 experimental version works fine with Javascript set ON.... Safari 11.1 on my real macbook works fine... Safari 11.1 with 10.13.4 installed on 2 separate drives however fails... Dans
  9. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    Updated fine using the Q9... but have issue with browser not loading New York Times website unless Java Script turned OFF.... only with version 11.1...version 11.2 experimental version works perfectly.... happens with both Combo update and 11.3 - 11.4 update...really strange....certain sites don't load... wonder if there is a new setting hidden somewhere... this does not happen on my real MacBook either....anyone else?
  10. Safari 11.1 seems to be broken in the 10.13.4 update...the experimental version 11.2 seems fine but 11.1 won't load some pages like the New York Times... it just stalls part way through loading...Has anyone a suggestion? I've tried dumping caches etc but no luck... also get the spinning ball on some other sites or the full page doesn't load... Dans Update: It looks to be a JavaScript problem... with JavaScript turned OFF on 11.1 the NYT site loads...with it ON it stops about 1/3 of the way through. Other websites are kind of hit or miss, and often get the spinning ball .... Is there a way to reset Java or JavaScript after 10.13.4 update?... Safari 11.2 runs fine...Technology Preview...
  11. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    10.13.3 patch perfect thank you CB!!
  12. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    Q9 script did the trick! BRILLIANT - Thanks crazybirdy!!!!!! Happy New Year TU
  13. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    Is a patch needed for the latest security update (January 8 2018)??
  14. Dans1975

    High Sierra MBR and Firmware Check Patch

    Been running Lion right through HS on my 10 year old i5 PC without any issues, its fast and stable. Windows 10 runs as well, but the desktop is so ugly I only use it if I need some software that isn't mac friendly .... if Microsoft stripped all the {censored} out of Win 10 they might have something, but I'll stick with MacOS...its perfect...runs fine on my macbook and on my PC....and yes maybe you have to do a bit of head scratching to get there, but if you don't then buy a real macbook......
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