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Maybe take much to load because I have 3 hdd and 1 ssd?

Ssd and 1 hdd is fusion drive.

Between few minutes hdd led is on for few seconds.

 

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Apparently the AMD5000Controller.kext has suffered some uncontrolled since the edition for the Sierra.  :P


I am not aware of anything about this. I've never used Fusion. But is a possibility.

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Wow, started installing now after about 45 mins but don't have cursor and not appear option to convert to apfs, it's that normal? Hdd led is off and installing bar not increasing, minutes says 22 and don't decrease.

 

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It seems that, in your case, the waiting times are quite long. But let it go like this and let's see if everything works ...

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Started increasing but it's extremely slow, maybe will finish in 4 hours.

 

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Here, I waited for about 30 minutes to finish the installation.

Restarted at 21 minutes remaining :(

 

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Restarted at 21 minutes remaining :(

 

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during the installation your compute will restart 2 times, first stage is for copying the installation files to your destination drive, second time is to check/update the firmware and the 3rd stage is for installing macOS Sierra.

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IntelGraphicsFixup.kext with support of Kaby Lake Graphics. 

 

  • Fixes PAVP freezes on Intel Azul (HD4400, HD4600), Skylake Graphics (HD530) and Kaby Lake Graphics (HD630)
  • Fixes boot logo on all known Intel Graphics starting with HD4000
  • Fixes display initialization issues for Skylake an Kaby Lake

Will be in trunk later. Author is on vacation :)

IntelGraphicsFixup.kext.zip

 

In macOS High Sierra 10.13 use bootarg -igfxbeta. 

In macOS Sierra 10.12.5 build 16F2073 works without bootarg

 

Notice:

macOS Sierra 10.12.5 build 16F2073 already have NATIVE Kaby Lake support

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IntelGraphicsFixup.kext with support of Kaby Lake Graphics. 

 

  • Fixes PAVP freezes on Intel Azul (HD4400, HD4600), Skylake Graphics (HD530) and Kaby Lake Graphics (HD630)
  • Fixes boot logo on all known Intel Graphics starting with HD4000
  • Fixes display initialization issues for Skylake an Kabylake

Will be in trunk later. Author is on vacation :)

attachicon.gifIntelGraphicsFixup.kext.zip

Great Job!

Thanks

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during the installation your compute will restart 2 times, first stage is for copying the installation files to your destination drive, second time is to check/update the firmware and the 3rd stage is for installing macOS Sierra.

Now continue to boot from same entry in clover and wait another hour?

 

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I installed it as chris 1111 taught, booted through .app, went to the usb installer, formatted the target disk, and after the first reboot, proceeded to the installer on the target HDD itself.

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Now continue to boot from same entry in clover and wait another hour?

 

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To be honest the syndromes you described are not normal at all!

 

The whole process shouldn't take more than 30 minutes form start to finish.

 

Are you using AFPS or HFS? I understand you said you were using a fusion drive right?

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After the first reboot you need to chose the target HDD to proceed with the install.

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To be honest the syndromes you described are not normal at all!

 

The whole process shouldn't take more than 30 minutes form start to finish.

 

Are you using AFPS or HFS? I understand you said you were using a fusion drive right?

Yes fusion drive but not trying to install on it, I'm trying to install to an simple hdd with preformatted hfs+ from Sierra.

 

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After the first reboot you need to chose the target HDD to proceed with the install.

 

Exactly,

The first stage is to boot from USB and making the preparations after the first reboot you need to boot from clover to choose the drive you are trying to install Mac OS to and after that and so on.

 

The guide chris1111 posted was before clover 4084 I guess, with clover 4084 and the right config.plist you can install macOS 10.13 like any other versions of macOS. Except the occasional errors using disk utility to create/format AFPS partitions.

Yes fusion drive but not trying to install on it, I'm trying to install to an simple hdd with preformatted hfs+ from Sierra.

 

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Ok,

 

do you have access to your older/working macOS Sierra?

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Exactly,

The first stage is to boot from USB and making the preparations after the first reboot you need to boot from clover to choose the drive you are trying to install Mac OS to and after that and so on.

 

The guide chris1111 posted was before clover 4084 I guess, with clover 4084 and the right config.plist you can install macOS 10.13 like any other versions of macOS. Except the occasional errors using disk utility to create/format AFPS partitions.

 

Ok,

 

do you have access to your older/working macOS Sierra?

Yes, didn't touched it.

 

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Yes, didn't touched it.

 

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Good,

But before I continue, tell me how did you made the USB disk, and  you are using Clover 4084 right?

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Good,

But before I continue, tell me how did you made the USB disk, and you are using Clover 4084 right?

Right now I'm not using usb, launched .app from Sierra and selected new formatted partition on hdd that I told you.

Yes, I'm using clover 4084.

Tried with USB but same result after first reboot.

 

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Ok, here's what I propose you to do:

 

1. Boot back into macOS Sierra

2. Mount the EFI patriots on the USB drive you are using to boot the computer and copy the EFI folder in some place safe

3. Open disk utility and erase the USB disk and the Hard Disk you want to install macOS on, let the USB disk be named "Untitled"

4. Open terminal and paste the following command: (I assume Install macOS 10.13 Beta.app is already in the Applications folder)

 

sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ 10.13\ Beta.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Untitled --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ 10.13\ Beta.app —nointeraction

 

5. Once the USB disk is created install clover on the EFI partition, make sure you install all the required parts for your computer or just mount the EFI partition and copy/paste the EFI folder you were using before.

6. Make sure you use the latest Bios Version and the correct BIOS Release Date in the SMBIOS section to avoid the Firmware Verification error during the second stage of the installation.

7. Boot from USB and choose the macOS installer

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I've installed it on mine a couple of times now with no issues. I also applied your X79 PM patches. Clover 4084 and a usb installer made via createinstallmedia.

 

I disabled my ASM1042 ports in BIOS and use a FL1100 card instead for USB3. Maybe that helped? Any idea why boot is sticking for you?

Thanks, I finally installed MacOS 10.13. My problem was that the hard drive I was using was damaged. :blush:

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