After the first reboot I had the same message "The installer resource were not found" (or in German "Die Installationsressourcen wurden nicht gefunden").
Disable in BIOS/SATA all other harddisk's/SSD's ports which have a bootloader in the EFI Partition.
Finish the update.
I have just installed mojave 10.14.3 on my Lenovo Thinkpad T430s. With an USB 3.0 WiFi dongle it works with WiFi.
Now I tried an update to mojave 10.14.4. Unfortunately the boot process stops with:
Question: Do you have mojave 10.14.4...
I tried Multibeast 10.2 on a High Sierra 10.13.1 installation.
Motherboard: ASUS H81M-PLUS
CPU: Intel Core i3-4330 Box, LGA1150, HD4600 Grafik Haswell
RAM: 8 GB
Type: iMac 14,2
Multibeast setup file is attached: Multibeast102_H81M_HSierra.mb
Result: The installation failed.
After the combo update from 10.12.5 to 10.12.6 the boot process stopped with the message:
busy timeout, (60s), kextd wait(1): XXXXXXXX
After a long search I figured out, that the kernel extension FakeSMC.kext must be moved from path /Library/Extensions/ to the EFI partition. I did the...
My Mac OS works stable since a week now.
When I look at the "System Informations", those kernel extensions are there, but NOT loaded:
Zuletzt geändert: 30.08.16, 03:06
The problem is solved:
I had a mismatch of FakeSMC.kext versions in different folders, lets explain:
The kernel extension FakeSMC.kext could be in folders:
1. /Volumes/SSD1/EFI/EFI/CLOVER/kext/10.12/ # older FakeSMC.kext was here
After a day trial and error the following can be stated.
I have 3 system partitions:
1. SSD1 (Mac OS 10.12.1 updated to 10.12.2)
2. SYS1 harddisk (Mac OS backup #1, 10.12.1)
3. SYS2 harddisk (Mac OS backup #2, 10.11.5)
Copy tool: Carbon Copy Cloner version 3.4.5
It happens, that after updating...
I tried the following:
1. Made a new Sierra 10.12.1 USB boot stick, with UniBeast 7.0.1.
I can boot my Sierra 10.12.1 backup partition, but not the 10.12.2 updated partition (SSD).
2. Updated the FakeSMC.kext in EFI (SSD) from 6.14 (2015-05-04) to actual 6.21-311.
Sierra 10.12.1 works without problem.
Mainboard: Gigabyte Z87M-D3H
CPU: I3-4330 Haswell
Graphic: Intel HD4600
Clover is on actual revision 3961.
Clover RTVariables 0x67.
Unfortunately the Sierra 10.12.2 combo update got stuck at boot time with the message:
busy timeout, (60s), kextd...
The 16 GB USB 3.0 Stick is with brand Toshiba TransMemory.
After the not successful try with Unibeast 6.0.1 and OS X El Capitan Installation.app (6.16 GB, probably 10.11.1)
I just installed the 10.11.0 version of OS X El Capitan Installation.app on the same Toshiba 16 GB USB Stick...
I downloaded from App store at 2015-10-29 the installation file "OS X El Capitan Installation.app". The size has been increased from 6.09 GB to 6.18 GB. So I assume, that the update 10.11.1 is already included.
Then I tried to make an USB-Stick version with Unibeast 6.0.1...
Thank you very much, that you have so much patience with me.
You are right, at the bottom of the file there are 2 lines:
Store ("ib1-ami_efi_clean_compile_v1.1 dsdt edits, github.com/toleda", Debug)
Store ("has1-dsdt-ami-8_series_hdmi_audio-1_v3.0 dsdt edits...