Not sure if this is related to my build, or if it's an issue with macOS Sierra. I'm attempting to network two audio apps with AUNetSend/Receive. I recently updated my machine to 10.12.1. This was working fine before the update, but now the receive window shows "connecting" indefinitely...
After several days of headache and frustration trying to update I finally got it working with your EFI folder after doing a clean install of 10.12. Thanks so much for sending this!
I think it was a patched kext file from my previous install that was causing the kernel panic. I was using a DMG...
Where would I find that?
I was able to get the installer to run, but I can't seem to get the actual OS to boot. I either get "panic cpu caller..." or "Waiting for remote debugger connection. KDP_poll: no debugger device"
I removed the AppleTyMCEDriver.kext, didn't stop the panic.
In the latest version of clover (r3811) "boot without caches" doesn't appear to be an option when you press spacebar.
I've been using system definition 6,1 since I built the machine without any issues in 10.9.5.
I am experiencing an issue with this as well. Whenever trying to copy large amounts of data via the USB 3.0 ports to an external HD, the drive will intermittently eject itself at some point during the data transfer. It's making it very time consuming to try and backup my data. :crazy:
I have been in Mavericks 10.9.2 since building my machine back in the spring. I want to update to 10.9.5 so the machine will be consistent with my laptop. Is it okay to install the updated drivers from multibeast 7.0? Or should I stick with 6.5 for a mavericks update?
I'm trying to install Windows 8 64 bit on a second SSD in my machine, but the windows installer refuses to let me, even after creating new partitions and formatting. I've read that windows will only allow installation to the first drive in the chain on the motherboard, and I need to change the...