You need boot args for your motherboard which is different from mine. Try to search model name or chipset. People reports about success with beta on similar configuration: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/succes-install-high-sierra-on-asus-p8p67-rev3.226850/#post-1588333
Also try to change...
I successfully installed it.
Launched the installer with MATS drop, nv_disable=1, dart=0. There were several reboots.
After the system was booted, updated nvidia web drivers and removed nv_disable=1 flag.
Yes, i think so.
I'm on iMac 14.2 since Sierra.
I paused before trying install again for a while. And I think the right way is to try to drop the tables (MATS etc). It helps with same chipset as mine...
Similar problem. I tried many different recommendations, but nothing helped.
I also tried OsxLowMemFixDrv-64 - it gave no error, but no boot too. Just black screen with safe mode message (it it's flag added).
Again. I had frequent system freezes recently. But now there is a new idea. I turned on my hd3000 video in BIOS to "always enable", but use my550ti. I tested it for 5 days. Games - ok, screensaver - ok, monitor sleep - ok, system sleep - ok.
If you have integrated video, please check out...
Latest driver solved my issue with random freeze.
I had two freezes after that with "mdworker: Unable to talk to lsboxd" and fix it with turning screensaver off (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1446854&page=4)
Now all works great!
Yesterday I tried to do it twice with Apple ML 10.8 DPL3. Today I had two freezes.
07.10.12 19:59:07,000 kernel NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0xd = GR: SW Notify Error
07.10.12 19:59:07,000 kernel IOVendorGLContext::ReportGPURestart