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  1. beastuni756

    CustoMac Mini 2012 | H77N-WIFI | i3-3225 | HD4000 | macOS 10.13

    No discernible difference from what I can tell. Here's the latest:
  2. beastuni756

    CustoMac Mini 2012 | H77N-WIFI | i3-3225 | HD4000 | macOS 10.13

    Thanks for the reply. Do I edit this using Clover Configurator? ie. Mount EFI, Open Plist.config, Install Drivers. Delete OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi, then install AptioMemoryFix-64.efi? Thanks I'll try that now.
  3. beastuni756

    CustoMac Mini 2012 | H77N-WIFI | i3-3225 | HD4000 | macOS 10.13

    Update, this is as far as the bootable USB will go. I've tried Safe Mode in clover options as well with no luck. Has anyone successfully installed High Sierra 10.3.6 to an H77N-Wifi with bootable USB created by Unibeast?
  4. beastuni756

    [Update]CustoMac Mini 2012 | H77N-WIFI | i3-3225 | HD4000 | macOS 10.12

    Hi wildwillow, I'm currently I've created a new post, here: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/customac-mini-2012-h77n-wifi-i3-3225-hd4000-macos-10-13.272618/ , but thought I'd reply here as well. I'm trying the same procedure above for an install of High Sierra on an H77N-Wifi with...
  5. beastuni756

    CustoMac Mini 2012 | H77N-WIFI | i3-3225 | HD4000 | macOS 10.13

    Forgot to post config.plist files. Also, I noticed Clover options were set for USB Injection and USB Ownership unchecked. Should these be checked. I've tried both ways with the same results (no boot, apple logo only for about 20 seconds, then reboot).
  6. beastuni756

    CustoMac Mini 2012 | H77N-WIFI | i3-3225 | HD4000 | macOS 10.13

    Hi all, I've had this CustoMac Mini running in a dual boot environment for years with Win 10 and it's been rock solid. Currently attempting to upgrade to a larger SSD and decided to try installing High Sierra. The best reference I could find was listed here...
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