None of those options seem to apply. I've used this thumb drive before and it worked fine.
Does the HiSierra.app need to be on the machine for UniBeast to initially recognize the thumbdrive?
I tried that as well and UniBeast still doesn't recognize the thumbdrive.
My thumbdrive is OSX Extended/Journaled GUID formatted properly and is 7GB.
When I try to install Unibeast, my only option is to install to 1 empty harddrive partition and the USB drive is not an option.
Ok, I was able to remove the error text message by deleting apfs.efi file from my Yosemite EFI partition, but still seems like it takes forever to get to the Mojave or Yosemite desktop. From a reboot, Clover v5102 sits at "Testing Hardware" for at least 30 seconds, then "User Settings" then...
I'm having a similar problem. I have an EVO SSD with a Yosemite HFS partition and Mojave APFS partition. I tried to update Yosemite to High Sierra and it didn't work. I ended up restoring the original Yosemite partition and it works, but ever since attempting to update to HS, I have the screen...
I didn't see any errors when booting prior to my attempt to update my Yosemite partition.
Now I see this error whether I boot into Mojave or Yosemite : (
Was trying to edit the previous post, but the site is having some issues.
I decided to forget High Sierra for the moment and go back to Yosemite and my existing Mojave installs.
Somewhere in the process of trying to install High Sierra yesterday, I jacked something up and now after re-installing my Yosemite partition and a complete re-install of Mojave, something is...
My post asking for help was moved elsewhere for some reason? I was asking for help just like all the other posts here. Trying to update from an existing Yosemite install to High Sierra and it's not working.
When I reboot from Clover Mac OS installer option, I get the error shown below.
I tried installing from existing Yosemite partition using the link:
I launched EFI Mounter 3.1 and added the 2 kexts as well as the apfs.efi file to their specified locations.
When I launch the High Sierra installer...
I configured MultiBeast and applied the settings to my Mojave partition after the Mojave install (see pic). But, when I choose the Mojave drive as the drive to boot from, the progress bar barely moves and relaunches in a loop from the Mojave partition, getting me nowhere.
All good now...
I'm noticing about 20 seconds of static/snow on my monitor after the boot menu.
Happens when using either HDMI ports. After the static, the desktop appears and I don't see the issue again until I reboot. I have internal graphics chosen in the BIOS. Anything else to check?
I'm about to install an GA-Z87X-UD5H as a swap for a previous GA-Z87X-UD5H that fried on me.
I have an existing SSD with Mtn Lion and Sierra partitions, but hoping to add a 3rd for Mojave. Is there anything additional I need to do than what's been listed in this thread? I'll be using built in...