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I have a HP Elitebook 8460P i5 2520M 2.49ghz 8GB ram laptop running High Sierra 10.13.1.

 

I cant get it to update to 10.13.3 no matter what i try.

App store or downloading the updates from apple website either single or combo updates. All fail.

 

Downloading from the app store asks for a reboot to install, starts to install, says ETA then part way through just goes to a black screen no reboot no nothing just powered on doing nothing for hours. After rebooting manually i have a new option in clover MacOS install from hdd. booting it causes the system to endlessly reboot update wont install.

 

however if i boot from the os not the update, system will start in 10.13.1 again.

 

I recorded the verbose output during the install but it happens very fast, (less then 1 second a lot of text) so i recorded in 240fps slo-mo in some bad lighting unfortunately time of day it is, so hope its readable. 

 

 

Any idea why i cant install the 10.13.3 updates?

I have tried app store, manual 10.13.1 > 10.13.2, manual 10.13.1 > 10.13.3 combo

 

 

File is to big to attach here (145mb) so here is a youtube link to my verbose boot

i am getting with the update install. 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iq2owXaUy4o

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Do you have all the kexts updated?

 

For you stop the boot, and see what happens, press the Space button and go to Don't reboot on panic (debug=0x100).

Check the box, and go to Boot macOS with selected options.

 

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10.13.1 seems to be running well.

im not sure if i need to update any kext or where to even really update,

booting works on 10.13.1 so im not sure what i would need to even update.

 

Im fairly new to hackintoshing, here is a pic of the paused panic

 

post-2396558-0-00335200-1519351369_thumb.jpg

 

 

If it matters my drive is HFS+ Mac OSx Extended journaled formatted

(The installer for high sierra did this)

 

Should it be the new APFS? or is that a non-issue here?

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APFS is better to Apple hardwares. Keep using HFS+

 

I recommend you install the HS using the Olarila .iso, it's a vanilla install method and works very well.

The version available are on 10.13.2, go to the Forum;)

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I am currently using 10.13.1 off the mac app store, made bootable with transmac and a efi partition img. 

i have it fully working just cant update for some reason. 

 

So if i cant fix the app store update i will just keep using 10.13.1 until it may be possible for someone to know a fix.

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That's a good option.

 

But if you wanna do a test, try the Olarila method, once installed you'll are already on 10.13.2, after the post-install, just update it to 10.13.3  ;)

 

PS: Use a separate HDD/SSD to do this

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That's a good option.
 
But if you wanna do a test, try the Olarila method, once installed you'll are already on 10.13.2, after the post-install, just update it to 10.13.3  ;)
 
PS: Use a separate HDD/SSD to do this

 

 

i downloaded the 10.13.2 from that forum and was a beta, i cant find a official full release.

 

But i did get my 10.13.1 to update to 10.13.3 from the app store.

i had to DOWNDATE the Lilu.kext in my EFI partition for it to not kernel panic

i was on 1.2.2 i had to downdate to 1.2.1.

 

all working now.

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