Me (and many other people) experience eye-ache from new Macbooks (and windows machines).
I have spent two years of trial-and-error and found that installing macOS Mavericks on my MacBook (pro 13 late 2013, Intel Iris 1536 MB) resolves the issue of eye ache completely. (it is believed that newer systems use harsher version of temporal dithering that causes of a certain group of indivisuals eye aches).
I cannot stay at Mavericks because of software support and security issues, so the only thing is an issue now:
How can I take drivers from Mavericks and install them on Catalina? (I tried replacing .kext in /System/Library/Extensions with old files but it didn't work).
Innanzitutto vorrei scegliere all'avvio del PC quale dei sistemi operativi far partire. Ho fatto la procedura con "moltebestie" (in ogni tipo di opzione nel quick start) ma all'avvio devo sempre inserire la pennetta per poter scegliere Sierra.
Secondo problema è che mi mancano i vari driver, scheda video... E, cosa strana, ho notato che nelle informazioni di sistema mi da che ho 4 GB di Ram invece che 8.
Hello, all. I recently installed macOS High Sierra (10.13.0, build 17A405) on an APFS partition on my HDD. Everything installed nicely, and I can boot into macOS just fine. That is, until I install Nvidia's web drivers for 17A405, version 318.104.22.168.15.120 and 322.214.171.124.15.117. After I installed it, the system no longer boots up to the log in screen. The system will just reset right before where it should get to the log in screen. I booted in verbose, but the text was scrolling too fast for me to read it. So I recorded it in slo-mo, and I can't see an abnormalities. I'll attach a photo of what it looks like right before it resets. Yes, I have NvidiaWeb checked in Clover, and when I boot with nv_disable=1, the same thing happens. Tried to boot with -x, and still no luck. I tried uninstalling the drivers with my iGPU, but it looks like the Intel HD 630 doesn't have support in High Sierra, or at least it won't boot with it. I'm booting with system definition iMac14,2. I've had this card for two years, and have never seen this happen on 10.11 or 10.12.
The is the Post-Install topic following the Ryzen Clover Installation Guide for macOS Sierra.
If you have yet to install Sierra on your Ryzen machine, check out that thread for help installing.
Here we can discuss post install troubleshooting such as well known issues with NVIDIA Drivers, audio interfaces, etc.
Here is one workaround for audio that I am using - My audio was not working and I spent days trying to get it to work (ASUS Prime X370 Pro) to no avail. Eventually I bought this for $10 and it worked immediately with no drivers or setup: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B072BMG9TB/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
One question for starters, I am using a Radeon R9 280x with no graphics injection. If I put my Ryzen build to sleep, it changes power states correctly. When Powered back on, the monitors don't turn on. I don't know if this is related to the GPU, or just an issue in general, but in any case I would appreciate any help!