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Everything ok now! Thanks Nvidia for the new Web Driver  :thumbsup_anim: 

 

0. Installed Clover r4233

1. Uninstalled the Nvidia Web Driver.
2. New Apfs.efi on Clover folder.
3. Deleted the Emuvariable.efi in Clover and concludes that my system works fine without this drive.
4. Ran the update through AppStore.

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Everything ok now! Thanks Nvidia for the new Web Driver  :thumbsup_anim: 

 

0. Installed Clover r4233

1. Uninstalled the Nvidia Web Driver.

2. New Apfs.efi on Clover folder.

3. Deleted the Emuvariable.efi in Clover and concludes that my system works fine without this drive.

4. Ran the update through AppStore.

 

from where did you get the newest Apfs.ef?

 

EDIT : HERE

apfs.efi.zip

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Fergarth, on 07 Oct 2017 - 12:34 AM, said:snapback.png

 

Everything ok now! Thanks Nvidia for the new Web Driver   :thumbsup_anim: 

 

0. Installed Clover r4233

1. Uninstalled the Nvidia Web Driver.
2. New Apfs.efi on Clover folder.
3. Deleted the Emuvariable.efi in Clover and concludes that my system works fine without this drive.
4. Ran the update through AppStore.

 

 

I can not install it : do as described above but in the end I always with version 17A365

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Upon reboot in Clover select the new boot entry (can't remember the name), it's the updater utility. Once fully updated the boot entry will disappear.

 

Thanks for this tip.

 

I had the same problem. Booted first normal partition as it was auto-selected.

Than I booted the new Clover entry (macOS installer) but it gave me an error it didn't find installer files in \System\Library etc etc.

 

So I booted back in normal HS, removed the folder in root called "macOS Install Data" and downloaded the update in AppStore again.

Restarted and directly booted the newly created entry in Clover.

Now it was installing the update, automatically rebooted and it also removed the entry again.

 

All fine now on update 405.  :)

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Greetings all,

 

I updated through the app store and got stuck.  My problem was solved by booting with my High Sierra USB installer.

 

Its important to note that my USB installer had all important kexts in "Other" folder.

I made the mistake of creating and naming the folder 10.13 and putting everything in there. (on my boot drive).

I'm not sure if Clover has since fixed the problem by adding 10.13 to the kext folders.

I just wanted to point out that my problem was solved by putting all important boot kexts into the "Other" folder.

Hopefully this helps a few people.

 

Cheers.

 

Prof. Synthology

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I have macOS High Sierra (10.13) installed on a Dell XPS 8910. The specs are:

CPU: Intel Core i7 6700K, Intel HD 530 Graphics

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB

RAM: 16GB

SMBIOS model: 17,1

Clover Version: r4243

 

Everything works properly with 10.13 (17A365).

 

I updated to the newly released 10.13 Supplemental Update and macOS would no longer boot. The output from verbose boot is attached.

I have restored 10.13 (17A365) from a Time Machine backup.

 

​I posted this problem at the Clover website also (ticket #407) and the only response I got was that the problem is not related to Clover. It's great to know what the problem isn't, but I am more interested in hearing any ideas about what the problem is.

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I have macOS High Sierra (10.13) installed on a Dell XPS 8910. The specs are:

CPU: Intel Core i7 6700K, Intel HD 530 Graphics

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB

RAM: 16GB

SMBIOS model: 17,1

Clover Version: r4243

 

​I posted this problem at the Clover website also (ticket #407) and the only response I got was that the problem is not related to Clover. It's great to know what the problem isn't, but I am more interested in hearing any ideas about what the problem is.

 

This looks like a issue when you try to use pcie gfx card as boot instead of iGPU as primary in bios or CSM enabled

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I have macOS High Sierra (10.13) installed on a Dell XPS 8910. The specs are:

CPU: Intel Core i7 6700K, Intel HD 530 Graphics

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB

RAM: 16GB

SMBIOS model: 17,1

Clover Version: r4243

 

Everything works properly with 10.13 (17A365).

 

I updated to the newly released 10.13 Supplemental Update and macOS would no longer boot. The output from verbose boot is attached.

I have restored 10.13 (17A365) from a Time Machine backup.

 

​I posted this problem at the Clover website also (ticket #407) and the only response I got was that the problem is not related to Clover. It's great to know what the problem isn't, but I am more interested in hearing any ideas about what the problem is.

 

first : uninstall Nvidia driver

second : run the update

reboot and select new entry in clover

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I have Intel HD 630 Graphics and mine no longer boots into macos either . ( my screen is similar to yours . Najeeb Anwer). It would be nice for anyone to share if they've been able to get into macos 10.13.1. beta 2 or 3 with graphic acceleration using HD 630.

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