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macOS High Sierra - Final Release is out! (17A365)


Allan

The final release of macOS Sierra are available to download.

 

You can download it from App Store.

 

You can consult the list of useful tips created by @fantomas:

Soon we'll have the methods to create a Penboot to all Hacks.

You can use the createinstallmedia, and after the process been concluded just install Clover in your Pendrive. ;)

sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ High\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Untitled  —nointeraction

EDIT: The list above will be constantly been updated as we got new methods and fixes.



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Yes on my Laptop I have two Internal  SSDNow V300 2,5 po de Kingston -one 120 go for Windows 10 and one 240 Go APFS volumes for macOS High Sierra

I have one SSD eSATA WD Blue PC SSD WDS250G1B0A - 250 Go for Sierra 10.12.6

The performance for High Sierra APFS is very good here, the boot time also fast  ;) I am Happy of macOS High Sierra :thumbsup_anim:

Is so good to hear that from you and others guys.

 

My hack is very similar to yours hacks, so I can take a good decision to erase my stable El Cap to go to the High Sierra.  ;)

 

Thanks buddy  ^_^

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@all

in this final High Sierra release is it possible to boot in "VGA"mode if you have a Nvidia (Pascal,Maxwell) if you have Nvidiaweb driver installed?

in my case all old method do not work

 

Thought I was the only one with this issue. But yeah, I know what you're talking about. And personally, I wasn't able to boot with nv_disable=1 after installing the High Sierra Nvidia driver with a GTX 950. Looks like a driver problem to me though. So maybe the next update will fix that.

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maybe

 

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no it's not working

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Just tried it again. It don't let me pass the firmware check. I tried to install it on a different HDD.

 

I can do everything i want and change everything i want in the SMBIOS Settings, it just won't let me pass it.

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Fix for ICH10 with High Sierra. Now with hot-plug support.

 

For this we need two binary patches.

First patch fix I/O error for ICH10:

4585F60F 95C289C8 83E0FE66 85C9780F 84D2750B -> 89C883E0 FE6685C9 0F98C141 08CC9090 9090750B 

With second patch will work hot-plug:

89C82540 6002003D 40200000 750C81E1 BF7FFFFF 898B5101 0000 -> 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 90909090 9090

With these two patches I got ICH10 with hot-plug.

attachicon.gifСнимок экрана 2017-09-30 в 14.40.42.png

 

Good luck ;)

Thanks Sunki My X58 board fixed I/O error for ICH10R

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Hi Guys, 

 

The OSinstall.mpkg missing or damaged issue on hacks can be caused by incorrect FakeSMC keys stored in NVRAM.  

 

You can try updating to @Slice's latest FakeSMC v3.50 which @Sherlocks reported fixes osinstall.mpkg issue related to EmuVariableUefi-64.efi on HS - post#277.

This worked for me. Fresh install of 10.13 release and no OSInstall error with 3.5, didnt remove EmuVariableUEFI and system installed without a hitch. That was before seeing this post so im just confirming it.

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This worked for me. Fresh install of 10.13 release and no OSInstall error with 3.5, didnt remove EmuVariableUEFI and system installed without a hitch. That was before seeing this post so im just confirming it.

I did a clean install on my SkyLake with my previous settings (old FakeSMC) with EmuVaraiableUEFI.efi present in the drivers64UEFI and it was successful.

 

But its good to know that the new FakeSMC resolved the issue.

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and how do I remove and install the new version of fakeSMC ?, noob question, I know...

All depends on where did you put the old version.
Clover/kexts or S/L/E or L/E.
 
Just delete it (drag and drop to the Trash). And repair the disk permissions.

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ok Allan thanks for the quick response, I´ll do it, btw my system is stable and fast as ever... with the old fake SMC... and is a very good question where do I put the kexts, I put them in the clover, kext, others... but sometimes I install them with kext utility...

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ok Allan thanks for the quick response... I put them in the clover, kext, others... but sometimes I install them with kext utility...

NP buddy.  ^_^

 

Be careful to not have duplicate kexts in your system.

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just to exclude this strange issues with black screen with mouse on it.. connected over DisplayPort I want to try to install Nvidia web drivers from Sierra. who could provide some tips? unable to make them load

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Can anyone help? I'm stuck at 

busy timeout[2], (240s) kextd wait(0): 'AppleACPICPU'

I already tried to drop the MATS ACPI table and to put FakeSMC in Other kexts folder, no go.

I read about putting AppleACPIPlatform.kext in Other kexts folder. Has anyone a suitable one?

Installer EFI folder attached.

I was loading HSinstaller w/ my SSD which had still Sierra installed and clover was somehow loading part of local config.plist

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if you are running clover 4235 it has a bug that gets stuck there. revert back to 4233 if not try adding acpipatch fixheaders 

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I have 2 problem after installing High sierra at Z77a-g43:

1) my 2 hard drives is not initialised at system and at boot - disk1 I/O error, disk2 I/O error ... Sata Intel 7 generation /c 210, problem maybe at sata controller driver, because at sierra 10.12.6 - all ok

2) after reboot/reset high sierra not boot (see attached file), but if shutdown/power off - and then power on - boot is normal. "HaltEnabler = true" don't help 

how to fix it?

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Hello guys, how are the things going?

 

So, many of you already have the macOS 10.13 installed, and if you can, I need a little help.

Is not too OT, is simple.

 

It's still possible to create a HFS+ bootable media in a APFS system? 

E.g: I want create a Yosemite/El Capitan/Sierra bootable to Hackintoshes in my High Sierra+APFS...

 

Thanks  ;)

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Hello guys, how are the things going?
 
So, many of you already have the macOS 10.13 installed, and if you can, I need a little help.
Is not too OT, is simple.
 
It's still possible to create a HFS+ bootable media in a APFS system? 
E.g: I want create a Yosemite/El Capitan/Sierra bootable to Hackintoshes in my High Sierra+APFS...
 
Thanks  ;)

 

 

You mean installer media? Disk Utility allows you to format as HFS+j, so I don't see why it shouldn't be possible. The process would be the same as before

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You mean installer media?

Exactly.

 

so I don't see why it shouldn't be possible. The process would be the same as before

I ask that because I've saw some controversial talks in the net, but I didn't find out if this are true or not.

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High Sierra is the wrost version than I have try to install.

 

>boot verbose SLOOOOOWWWWWW

>errors and more errors

>get install screen

>1 minute to finish

>verbose black screen and reboot automatically, every time I try

>system is not installed correctly

>boot from OS disk

>install continues

>less than 5 seconds, reboot automatically

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High Sierra is the wrost version than I have try to install.

 

>boot verbose SLOOOOOWWWWWW

>errors and more errors

>get install screen

>1 minute to finish

>verbose black screen and reboot automatically, every time I try

>system is not installed correctly

>boot from OS disk

>install continues

>less than 5 seconds, reboot automatically

Give feedback to Apple. :)

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Anything I need to note before and/or after installing High Sierra on a G4560 rig with a Gigabyte H110M-DS2 board? Do I have to apply any XCPM patches and such?

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just to exclude this strange issues with black screen with mouse on it.. connected over DisplayPort I want to try to install Nvidia web drivers from Sierra. who could provide some tips? unable to make them load

I recommend a clean install on a new partition (same HDD, per OSInstall.mpkg) to figure out whats interfering. Keep your S/L/E untouched and youre good to go.

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