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So I have some less powerful hardware, that's why I'm installing High Sierra in 2020. Anyway, I'm trying to boot from the USB and I get the following errors:
00:000 00:000 OCB: Missing DMG signature, aborting 00:585 00:585 OCB: LoadImage failed - Unsupported That's it. The logs begin and end there. The rest of the file is zeroes.
Bootloader: OpenCore 0.5.9 Release
Note: I used SSDTTime to make the DSDT dumps for this exact computer
Intel Core i3 (Haswell)
An Intel VGA-Compatible Haswell iGPU
An nVidia Geforce 920m GPU (part of the reason for installing High Sierra)
USB: Intel 8 Series USB xHCI HC
SATA: Intel 8 series SATA Controller
If you need more details, here's my laptop https://www.asus.com/Laptops/X540LJ/ . I have the 512GB version with 4GB of RAM
I found a lot of forum posts about people having the same error, except nothing solved mine. Also, I haven't found anything online about the error with the Missing DMG Signature.
EDIT: If anybody needs my config.plist, feel free to ask for it and I'll happily post it
Use this thread to link / talk about of the future Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS High Sierra.
Nvidia Web Driver - 322.214.171.124.40.137 --> build 17G13035 (thanks to fabiosun) New!
Nvidia Web Driver - 3126.96.36.199.40.136 --> build 17G13033 (thanks to iCanaro)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3188.8.131.52.40.135 --> build 17G12034 (thanks to iCanaro)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3184.108.40.206.40.134 --> build 17G11023 (thanks to TimeLord04)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3220.127.116.11.40.133 --> build 17G10021 (thanks to phi777)
Nvidia Web Driver - 318.104.22.168.40.132 --> build 17G9016 (thanks to iCanaro)
Nvidia Web Driver - 322.214.171.124.40.131 --> build 17G8037 (thanks to phi777)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3126.96.36.199.40.130 --> build 17G8030 (thanks to fabiosun)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3188.8.131.52.40.129 --> build 17G8029 (thanks to TimeLord04)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3184.108.40.206.40.128 --> build 17G7024 (thanks to flowrider)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3220.127.116.11.40.127 --> build 17G6030 (thanks to Extreme™)
Nvidia Web Driver - 318.104.22.168.40.124 --> build 17G6030 (thanks to flowrider)
Nvidia Web Driver - 322.214.171.124.40.123 --> build 17G6029 (thanks to Badruzeus)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3126.96.36.199.40.122 --> build 17G5019 (thanks to TimeLord04)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3188.8.131.52.40.118 --> build 17G5019 (thanks to ReddestDream)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3184.108.40.206.40.113 --> build 17G4015 (thanks to flowrider)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3220.127.116.11.40.108 --> build 17G3025 (check here)
Nvidia Web Driver - 318.104.22.168.15.108 --> build 17G2307 (thanks to marcozardi)
Nvidia Web Driver - 322.214.171.124.40.105 --> build 17G65 (thanks to sl0wtarget)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3126.96.36.199.35.106 --> build 17F77 (check here)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3188.8.131.52.30.107 --> build 17E202 (check here)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3184.108.40.206.30.106 --> build 17E199 (thanks to BreBo)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3220.127.116.11.30.103 --> build 17E199 (thanks to ricoc90)
Nvidia Web Driver - 318.104.22.168.25.161 --> build 17D102 (thanks to Cyberdevs)
Nvidia Web Driver - 322.214.171.124.25.160 --> build 17D2102 (thanks to Cyberdevs)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3126.96.36.199.25.159 --> build 17D2012 (thanks to cyberdevs)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3188.8.131.52.25.158 --> build 17D102 (thanks to cyberdevs)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3184.108.40.206.25.157 --> build 17D2047 (thanks to cyberdevs)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3220.127.116.11.25.156 --> build 17D47 (thanks to darthsian)
Nvidia Web Driver - 318.104.22.168.25.106 --> build 17C2205 (thanks to KGP-X99)
Nvidia Web Driver - 322.214.171.124.25.105 --> build 17C2120 (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3126.96.36.199.25.104 --> build 17C205 (thanks to ReddestDream)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3188.8.131.52.25.103 --> build 17C89 (thanks to Il Francy MacPc)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3184.108.40.206.25.102 --> build 17C88 (thanks to piiggggg)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3220.127.116.11.20.109 --> build 17B1003 (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 318.104.22.168.20.108 --> build 17B1002 (thanks to BreBo)
Nvidia Web Driver -322.214.171.124.20.107 --> build 17B48 (thanks to piiggggg)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3126.96.36.199.15.121 --> build 17A405 (thanks to Asgorath)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3188.8.131.52.15.120 --> build 17A405 (thanks to phi777)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3184.108.40.206.15.117 --> build 17A405 (thanks to phi777)
Nvidia Web Driver - 3220.127.116.11.15.114 --> build 17A365 (thanks to Asgorath).
I'm trying to upgrade from Sierra to High Sierra. My Sierra is working and booting great with the latest Clover 5.0 r5115, but when trying to upgrade to High Sierra, any time the computer reboots into the installer, it gets stuck at the line "Start ReadKernelCache". The screenshot is attached. I've tried the following troubleshooting steps that I've read in other similar posts, none of which worked. It always remains stuck at that line:
Boot with UseKernelCache=No and/or -x and or -f Temporarily remove discrete graphics card and try to install with integrated graphics Add MATS to the Drop Tables list in Clover Configurator Look for an option similar to "Above 4G Encoding". My motherboard doesn't seem to have that. Try a bootable USB drive with the High Sierra installer instead of the App Store mechanism. The USB boots great, and I can initiate the installation, but upon reboot, I get the same issue trying to boot into the installer. Disable integrated graphics in the motherboard's BIOS
Below are my system details. It seems like it should be possible, based on this post, to run High Sierra with this motherboard and CPU, but I can't get the installer to run.
Thanks for any help!
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UP5-TH
CPU: Intel Core i7-3770K
Graphics: EVGA GeForce GTX 970
Clover: 5.0 r5115 with basically no mods from the default ISO aside from enabling APFS driver
(HS, GTX 1060) Unable to get GPU acceleration, frozen login screen when booted with webdriver enabledBy manav20
Below are the specs of the system:
Gigabyte H61M-s 16 GB DDR3 RAM EVO 860 500 GB (APFS formatted) i3-3220 Zotac GTX 1060 6 GB GDDR5X (currently using HDMI) Dual booted with Windows 10 on a different drive Config.plist and EFI are at the bottom.
I have been struggling with a very specific problem since months ago that I still haven't been able to find a working solution for. Before this, I had my hack running on High Sierra that was installed using the tonymac tools. Recently, I reinstalled the OS using the vanilla guide, and the problem is still there after installing the web driver (which I have done using this guide from Hackintosher). I have also tried different builds of macOS 10.13.6 and their corresponding webdriver, and the problem has been the same.
I have the correct version of Nvidia web driver installed for my version of macOS. The installation was smooth and the Nvidia icon shows up in the status bar. Below, I have explained what happens with different settings.
1. When the webdriver is disabled in clover, the system works, but obviously with tearing animations, stretched screen resolution and no GPU acceleration. The about section shows the graphics as "Display 5MB". The login screen consists of a plain grey background. Just how it is when you freshly install the OS with non AMD GPUs.
2. Now, when the webdriver is enabled in clover and the system is booted, after the apple logo, the screen turns off for a second (to switch resolution), turns back on with the login screen at correct resolution and blurred HS background (like it is supposed to), then shows the shut down screen, then a black screen with cursor in corner, then back to login screen...this goes on and on while the keyboard and mouse are unresponsive. Here's one of the threads I was able to find on similar problem. YouTube link for the video that I have recorded of my screen. The weird part is that this exact thing happens even when the macOS is setup to login automatically, i.e. it displays the frozen login screen with the password field. 3. When the webdriver is enabled along with safe mode in clover, the screen resolution gets fixed and the monitor name is also detected. The about section shows the graphics as "Nvidia Chip Model 6143 MB". But there's still no GPU acceleration and this time, the Nvidia icon is missing from the status bar. This is the closest that I have been able reach to success. 4. When the webdriver along with "Set Nvidia to VESA" is enabled in clover, the system boots up, Nvidia icon is visible in the status bar and when clicked, shows that the webdriver is enabled. But everything else is the same as when the web driver is disabled, as shown in the 1st point above, except that the about section now displays graphics as "Nvidia chip model 5 MB". Could anyone please help me out? It has been many months and I am now tired of trying and failing. I am completely lost at this point. I have seen so many posts from people with a fully working GTX 1060 on their hacks, yet I am unable to get mine to work. I am guessing it's just an incompatibility problem with my specific version of GTX 1060. Or may be it is just a problem on the software side? Maybe it's just a missing kext, or a single line of code needs to be changed in config.plist? I am also taking into consideration that it could be a problem with HDMI because I haven't yet been able to test out any of the 3 DisplayPorts that the GPU has, due to lack of a DP cable.
I would be really grateful if anyone is able to help me out with this.
Full EFI folder
Contents of EFI\Clover below: