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thanks to all that helped and to Work vom Ork for reposting the patch, then I have to learn to work with an hex editor... and then finally I'm going to erase all the damned apfs logs, I hope...  lol

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Thanks WarDoc I have installed the patched apfs.efi and I'm going to reboot and see if it works...

 

I have rebooted and I have less lines but I have apfs logs yet... this is annoying but all works and thats what matters to me... thanks to all that helped but for the moment I rest my case, until further news...

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for me, UEFI x99 gtx 960 CSMVideoDxe did the trick

Thanks, it worked for me too ( UEFI Z77 chipset board + gtx980 + CsmVideoDxe-64)

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the only way is using CsmVideoDxe-64

Be careful with this driver, used with precaution

For UEFI Only

Do I check it off in addition to OsxOptiofixFix2Drv-64 or standalone? Is there anything I need to change via Clover Configurator?

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Do I check it off in addition to OsxOptiofixFix2Drv-64 or standalone? Is there anything I need to change via Clover Configurator?

 

yep you check the 2, and it is made in clover configurator, install drivers 64, hope it works, for me nothing worked yet...

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can u test this version.

credit to modbin

Incideble  :thumbsup_anim:  :thumbsup_anim:  This is the best Ever for hide the verbose texte

 

Thank you also thank you  Legend @modbin

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can u test this version.

credit to modbin

 

Thanks crusher that apfs did the trick, no more verbose mode yupiiiiiiiiii....

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yep you check the 2, and it is made in clover configurator, install drivers 64, hope it works, for me nothing worked yet...

No same here, I tried everything here except the hex change. Have you tried that yet and were you successful?

can u test this version.

credit to modbin

Hey Crusher/Modbin thanks a bunch! This finally did the trick!  It only pullsl two repetitive lines  above my Gigabyte logo relating to my bios. I normally only see those when I turn off my Gigabyte logo ,,,,so I am really grateful!

 

See video here: https://youtu.be/WLXsfH8ZjJI

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No same here, I tried everything here except the hex change. Have you tried that yet and were you successful?

Hey Crusher/Modbin thanks a bunch! This finally did the trick!  It only pullsl two repetitive lines  above my Gigabyte logo relating to my bios. I normally only see those when I turn off my Gigabyte logo ,,,,so I am really grateful!

 

See video here: http://youtu.be/WLXsfH8ZjJI

 

Hi SeriusNtentions,

Congratulations you have resolved your problems with apfs logs, today my logs returned, the only thing that I haven't tried yet is the hex, because I really don't now how to do it... yet...

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What change in the hexcode did the trick? Cause uploaded file is not the latest apfs.efi file.

Is it possible to share the hexcode, so we can apply it allways on latest apsf.efi? PLEASE.

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apfs-748.1.46

offset 0x3DE7E
original 0x4D8B4E18488D0D492F0300488D15692F030041B85A030000E860670000
replaced 0x9090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090

offset 0x3F81A
original 0x75
replaced 0xEB

offset 0x432EB
original 0x74
replaced 0xEB

offset 0x44559
original 0x55
replaced 0xC3

 

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hexcode patch

4D 8B 4E 18 48 8D 0D 49 2F 03 00 48 8D 15 69 2F 03 00 41 B8 5A 03 00 00 E8 60 67 00 00 to 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90

 

75 25 4C to EB 25 4C

 

 

00 74 1F 80 to 00 EB 1F 80

 

E9 21 3B 00 00 55 to E9 21 3B 00 00 C3

 

© modbin

 

apfs-748.1.47 (17A405attached

apfs_patched.efi

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easy hexcode patch

 

4D 8B 4E 18 48 8D 0D 49 2F 03 00 48 8D 15 69 2F 03 00 41 B8 5A 03 00 00 E8 60 67 00 00 to 9090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090

 

75 25 4C to EB 25 4C

 

 

00 74 1F 80 to 00 EB 1F 80

 

E9 21 3B 00 00 55 to E9 21 3B 00 00 C3

 

© modbin

 

apfs-748.1.47 (17A405attached

Old. Latest = apfs-748.21.6 (17B46a)

 

Patch pattern no longer applicable though.

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Old. Latest = apfs-748.21.6 (17B46a)

 

Patch pattern no longer applicable though.

latest official) share your beta apfs

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As for apfs-748.21.6, try:

#1
offset   0x3E6AF - 0x3E6CB
original 0x4C8B4B18488D0D33410300488D155341030041B868030000E846690000
replaced 0x9090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090

#2
offset   0x3E816 - 0x3E832 (new patch mentioned by @zxv)
original 0x4C0F45C8488D0D08400300488D15EC3F030041B89E030000E8DF670000
replaced 0x9090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090

#3
offset   0x401DB
original 0x75
replaced 0xEB

#4
offset   0x43D02
original 0x74
replaced 0xEB

#5
offset   0x4445C (new patch by PMheart)
original 0x74
replaced 0xEB

#6
offset   0x44F70
original 0x55
replaced 0xC3

#7
offset   0x48A46 (new patch thanks to @modbin)
original 0x75
replaced 0xEB

 

As for the exact patch:

#1
4C8B4B18488D0D33410300488D155341030041B868030000E846690000 -> 9090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090

#2 (new patch mentioned by @zxv)
4C0F45C8488D0D08400300488D15EC3F030041B89E030000E8DF670000 -> 9090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090

#3
75254C -> EB254C

#4
00741F80 -> 00EB1F80

#5 (new patch by PMheart)
39C87424 -> 39C8EB24

#6
E9213B000055 -> E9213B0000C3

#7 (new patch thanks to @modbin)
FF85C07542 -> FF85C0EB42

Thanks @modbin and @MICKHAEL for the patches!

Edited by PMheart

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As for apfs-748.21.6, try:

Thanks.

 

Mostly works aside from 2 "Volume attached is external" messages.

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hexcode patch

 

4D 8B 4E 18 48 8D 0D 49 2F 03 00 48 8D 15 69 2F 03 00 41 B8 5A 03 00 00 E8 60 67 00 00 to 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90

 

75 25 4C to EB 25 4C

 

 

00 74 1F 80 to 00 EB 1F 80

 

E9 21 3B 00 00 55 to E9 21 3B 00 00 C3

 

© modbin

 

apfs-748.1.47 (17A405attached

 

Thanks MICKHAEL for the patch but don't work for me, I don't know why...

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Thanks.

 

Mostly works aside from 2 "Volume attached is external" messages.

Add this one to eliminate this log:

4C0F45C8 488D0D08 40030048 8D15EC3F 030041B8 9E030000 E8DF6700 00 -> 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 90

Also, I'll update my original post.

 

EDIT: DONE

Edited by PMheart

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I don't know what is happening but my machine seems that evrytime that I update clover, see attached clover_Install_log, remains the same see attached pic. and the apfs continues with the logs, what could possibly be wrong??

Appreciate any help you could give me...

Thanks 

 

If this is the wrong local to post this feel free to move it, thanks.

Clover_Install_Log.txt.zip

post-2128562-0-18404100-1509196109_thumb.jpg

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Add this one to eliminate this log:

4C0F45C8 488D0D08 40030048 8D15EC3F 030041B8 9E030000 E8DF6700 00 -> 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 90

Also, I'll update my original post.

 

EDIT: DONE

Sweet, now it fully works. No verbosity.

 

Thanks again, you're awesome.

 

Now if I could just figure out why APFS takes such an absurdly long time to boot (persistent issue since switching to 10.13)…

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