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Good day to all!  I want to install oficial Siera 10.12.1 that I downloaded from AppStore. My computer:

 

MOTHER: MSI b250m pro vdh

CPU: i-7700k 4.2 Ghz

Graphic Card: integrated: intel hd 630 (i turned it off in bios) | Discrete: Nvidia 1050 ti (Inno3d)

RAM: 16gb crucial ddr4-2133 (1066mhz)  (16 gb in 1 stick)

HDD: seagete 1tb

SSD: I turned it off, it has windows 7 on it.

 

I have loaded clover, presssed 'bootmacOS Install' and it gave me this: 

 

OSsxAptioFix3Drv: Starting overrides for \.IABootFiles\boot.efi

Using reloc block: no, hibernate wake: no

 

I understand that such forums demands some sort of logs. So If I may to list my noob questions:

 

1. Where to read how to right log and what to attach to get adequate help?

2. HOW to change clover settings if I need to get through this error? Should I reinstall clover on USB or I can adjust settings via options on start screen of clover boot?

3. What to do with my error (probably need to attched some logs)

 

Thanks!

 

 

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i7-7700k is Kaby Lake for which there is no support in Sierra 10.12.1. I believe Kaby Lake support started at 10.12.6. You'd be well-advised to opt for High Sierra instead.

 

GeForce 1050Ti is Pascal, i.e. not natively supported; it requires the nVidia Web Driver. Before you ask: no support in Mojave (there's no Web Driver for that macOS version)...

 

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apiantiHervé big THanks!

I read clover instructions pdf now, google, opened like 50 tabs... I get that HighSierra uses APFS, and it may have some issues with my HDD, though I also found some solutions.

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Hmm.. Maybe I would be able to find sierra 10.12.6... Thank you so much for your assistance, I will return with describing my problems and their solutions for all those who might have the same qusetions.

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No, you can install High Sierra on an HFS formatted disk/partition. You just have to select the option NOT to convert your drive to APFS at installation time. It's APFS that had an issue with legacy HDDs, not High Sierra per sé.

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yay. I think I did it. Only need to tweak videocard and audio. Lan is workingg already with the whole system.

For my specs I used this guide, it has ready clover files and some specified instructions for different hardware https://hackintosher.com/guides/high-sierra-install-full-guide/ 

If you dont allow links I will lately write my steps and errors, to sum up this.

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Ok. Everything works fine. I have another question: what else should I do after hackintosh install? Everything works fine, I heard also that there's some trim command for SSD. I have additional SSD with windows on it. If I will plug it in can hackintosh damage it? Should I use trim command?

Is there any checkup list with possible issues I should prevent before they burn my hardware?

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To enable trim on your SSD, you may use the following Terminal command:

sudo trimforce enable

You may plug your Windows-SSD to your Hackintosh, it won't cause any damage. You'd only use the trim command on it if you made it part of your macOS installation and intended to write data on it, for instance through a new macOS partition on it. If it entirely destined to Windows, you'll only read it from macOS, so no need for trimming.

 

Contrary to (erroneous) popular belief, running OS X/macOS on a Hackintosh does not burn hardware, you can sleep safe and sound and reassure your neighbours, friends and family!

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