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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    Applied today's supplemental update (here). No problems.
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    macOS 10.14.3 Supplemental Update

    Updated from the downloaded supplemental file in OP. Took about 15 minutes. All fine.
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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    Updated Clover to 4871. Also brought all kexts up to date (Lilu and AppleALC). Files are here.
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    MacOS Mojave: Light Mode or Dark Mode?

    Dark, like my women.
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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    Updated Clover to 4862. Required updates to drivers64UEFI. Also brought all kexts up to date. Files are here. (PS do not go beyond BIOS F10.)
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    [Success] b1's "Mac Mini Killer" with macOS Mojave: i7-8700 | Gigabyte Z370N | RX560 | 16GB RAM

    Agreed! I suppose they could say, no one is supposed to be running OS X on the mb, but gee it should still work :cry: Other GA mbs have BIOS issues as a result of a similar recent "improvement" update. Here for example. I hope someone will have a fix or BIOS setting :thumbup:
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    [Success] b1's "Mac Mini Killer" with macOS Mojave: i7-8700 | Gigabyte Z370N | RX560 | 16GB RAM

    Same here. Yes, file system seems likely, because even rolling back to F10, still could not boot. Major agony. I had a SuperDuper image and on restoring that, all was okay. My personal files are all sync'd via Google Drive/Dropbox and LAN NAS, so everything is as was before but still. Plus not...
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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    Recommend you do NOT update BIOS to F11c. I tried just now and was unable to boot. System hung and never finished startup to show screen. On restoring F10 was also unable to boot. Ouch! Was able to boot under F10 from a SuperDuper saved backup image. Restored that and am in business again...
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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    Agree. There's always a chance something will go wrong. The glitch I had there is something not shutting down properly when rebooting/restarting. I had it a few times before this upgrade. Maybe it'll settle down after the upgrade. You can never be 100% certain with Hackintosh but that's part of...
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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    Updated using the System Preferences/Software Update method. First reboot claimed "system restarted because of an error" - ignored and let it carry on. Rebooted 3 or 4 times, sometimes quite quickly. Came up fine.
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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    Have done it now. Available here. Thanks again to @Rajkhand for the info.
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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    Not expected! Should work fine. How did you install? Did you follow the sequence of build steps? Or did you just use the posted /EFI? If you followed steps, consider checking/repeating step 6 of the install sequence. Basically make sure the USB SSDT is installed properly on the EFI partition...
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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    If the USB stick is USB3 you can get the "no entry" sign failure. Instead try a USB2 stick and it should boot okay. My method is to install from Unibeast as per the instructions on this site, and then copy the EFI folder onto the hard drive. You do need to mount both drives (/EFI and /EFI2) so...
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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    I ordered BCM94360CS2 plus an adaptor (NGFF M.2 key A/E connector) for the M2 slot (below). I saw that @b166ar chose these and they also worked fine for me...
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    [Guide] Fanless mini Mojave: i5-8600 | Gigabyte Z370N WiFi | Intel HD630

    Correct! Sorry for slow reply. When I first posted the SSDT, I used an external USB BT adaptor, and I had no internal port defined. Now I have the internal card. The BT on it did *not* work at first until I identified it, using RehabMan's giude to seeing all ports. Turned out to be HS10. So...
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