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just to exclude this strange issues with black screen with mouse on it.. connected over DisplayPort I want to try to install Nvidia web drivers from Sierra. who could provide some tips? unable to make them load

I recommend a clean install on a new partition (same HDD, per OSInstall.mpkg) to figure out whats interfering. Keep your S/L/E untouched and youre good to go.

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I recommend a clean install on a new partition (same HDD, per OSInstall.mpkg) to figure out whats interfering. Keep your S/L/E untouched and youre good to go.

thats first what I did.. didn't help. also installed web drivers with sip disabled. tested 2 port, DisplayPort and DVI, on DisplayPort black screen but on DVI all ok. so? where is the catch? PS in Linux and Windows all ports are working well

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There's a new High Sierra build (17A405). No Idea what it is lol

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There's a new High Sierra build (17A405). No Idea what it is lol

Any source where's this info coming from, or this is just 10.13.1 Beta 2 (but no, it begun with 17Bxxx) ?

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Any source where's this info coming from, or this is just 10.13.1 Beta 2 (but no, it begun with 17Bxxx) ?

https://developer.apple.com/news/releases/

 

Yes, 10.13.1 is 17BXXX

 

EDIT: here a french article about it. http://iphoneaddict.fr/post/news-217495-apple-propose-mise-jour-supplementaire-macos-high-sierra

 

Here are the announced changes:

 
  • Improves the reliability of the installation program
  • Corrects a graphical bug affecting the cursor when using Adobe InDesign
  • Fixes a problem preventing you from deleting Yahoo emails in Mail

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Anything I need to note before and/or after installing High Sierra on a G4560 rig with a Gigabyte H110M-DS2 board? Do I have to apply any XCPM patches and such?

 

No need for patches, I don't have any with the same processor. It is possible you will have to uncheck Nvidia in DropOEM_DSM if you find your verbose mode flooded with busy timeouts related to IOHDACodecFunction (my case with Asus GeForce 210). 

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Update 10.13 (17A405) very smooth  B)

HP ProBook 6570B  :)  The cool thing is I have a native Brightness now  :thumbsup_anim:

No kext, no setup config.plist  :D  :w00t:            

How's the battery indicator? When you're on battery power (so not AC), does it show how much time remaining?

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hi..

 

is it inside  your  "MACOSXInstaller-Auto.dmg" yet...or only in "MACOSXInstaller.dmg"

was updated there?

as see in HM

c.frio

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Update 10.13 (17A405) very smooth  B)

HP ProBook 6570B  :)  The cool thing is I have a native Brightness now  :thumbsup_anim:

No kext, no setup config.plist  :D  :w00t:

 

Edit--------

Broken after trying  time machine  :(

 

Hi Chris - I still can't get brightness adjustments working and that is one of two reasons I have not made the switch to High Sierra on my main macOS installation.  Therefore, I am intrigued by your claim to have native brightness working.  Did you get it back after it broke?  Did you add a PNLF device in your DSDT?  Are you still using RehabMan's SSDT-PNLF.aml?  Any insights that might help me get brightness adjustment working would be appreciated.

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hi..

 

is it inside  your  "MACOSXInstaller-Auto.dmg" yet...or only in "MACOSXInstaller.dmg"

was updated there?

as see in HM

c.frio

I am not understand what you said

Sorry

Its Installer from Apple, to downloads new Installer, you need to delete the previous one one your Mac

Hi Chris - I still can't get brightness adjustments working and that is one of two reasons I have not made the switch to High Sierra on my main macOS installation.  Therefore, I am intrigued by your claim to have native brightness working.  Did you get it back after it broke?  Did you add a PNLF device in your DSDT?  Are you still using RehabMan's SSDT-PNLF.aml?  Any insights that might help me get brightness adjustment working would be appreciated.

Hi @mnfesq

No I am used my Stock DSDT, no patch  pnlf

This is the third time I have native brightness , for a reasons I do not know I lose it every time

Edit**

I prety sure next update  he will work but not for long :P  

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Yes no issue

For you it's not showing either. It doesn't show how long you can run on the battery.

Now that I look into it more, it looks like Apple changed that. Which is strange, since when I look into the Console.app I see that the system gets notified about the time remaining.

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For you it's not showing either. It doesn't show how long you can run on the battery.

Now that I look into it more, it looks like Apple changed that. Which is strange, since when I look into the Console.app I see that the system gets notified about the time remaining.

Its show 96%  :) on Batterie

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Its show 96%  :) on Batterie

Yeah I mean when you click on the battery, in previous versions of macOS it'd say "2h:15m remaining", but looks like Apple changed that.

 

Example:

 0Bn22Sd.png

 

EDIT: Yeah, Apple changed that in Sierra. Bad.

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Yeah I mean when you click on the battery, in previous versions of macOS it'd say "2h:15m remaining", but looks like Apple changed that.

 

Example:

 0Bn22Sd.png

 

EDIT: Yeah, Apple changed that in Sierra. Bad.

I think Istat Menue 7 have this Futur ?

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