I've rebuilt the kernel cache with the command you gave, I've attached the output below:
Unfortunately, it's made no difference to the fault, as the machine still just boots a little then restarts.
Here's the Clover folder as requested.
Sorry for yet another "Hey, it's all broken!' thread, but here goes anyway.
Since I attempted to update to High Sierra, I'm unable to do anything other than boot into recovery mode via Clover 4359.
Even then, I can only get it to boot if I drop the MATS & DMAR tables from within Clover (this...
I've managed to sort it.. thought I'd mention the fix in here in case anyone else has the same issue and hits this thread via a search.
Booting from USB was a no go, as per the screenshot.. however I could boot if I used the -x 'safe mode' flag. Once in, I downloaded the latest version of...
You know when you just wished you'd left things alone?.. well that..haha
Ok, I had (until this morning) a fully working Customac, using an nVidia GTX760.
I've just upgraded to a GTX970(Haswell chip) as apparently these are now fully supported with the new nVidia webdrivers etc.