My MSI Geforce GTX760 works with Mojave, with no changes to Clover configuration.
Standard build, ASUS Z370M-ITX with Intel graphics.
The problem I had was that there were some graphics glitches with the Intel onboard graphics: Iphoto displayed blank photos; Preview refused to show photos at...
Since updating to Mojave 14.1, I had no sound from the ALC892 on the ASRock MB (setup as per sig).
Running Multibeast 11 with the attached file solved it. I didn't need to do any Plist editing or injecting or selecting Layouts or Codecs.
(I'm now a very happy bunny, listening to Jimi Hendrix...
Otherwise successful Mojave build (see spec in my sig below).
I'm using the onboard Intel graphics of the ASRock Z370 and a cheapo USB mouse.
On some webpages and some other instances, where the mouse has tracked changes colour in squares about the same size as the mouse pointer.
So i navigate to the folder /usr/standalone/i386.
Then copy afps.efi to /volumes/etc.
Where did afps.efi come from?
Why did I navigate to /usr/standalone/etc?
I am sucessfully using Mojave 14.1 but trying to get sound working and keep following threads that i don't properly understand.
Wow, thanks so much!
I will keep that information for problem-solving in the future.
I learned my IT skills at college in 1971-75 (paper tape, punch cards, etc) when it was all much easier!
I'm greatly tempted to delve into this stuff, but I know I would be absorbed for weeks.
Another afterthought. I had an issue with the ASrock MB, which ASrock support solved for me.
My boot menu in BIOS (I flashed to latest revision, btw) and was corrupted and I could not select the EFI to boot from.
I quote the email from ASRock below.
I didn't understand the first part, so I...
As an afterthought, here's a way I might have been able to shortcut my route to a fix.
Remove my SSD from the machine, put it into a USB-driven enclosure and run Multibeast from my MacBook, with the SSD as the target. Would that have worked, do you think?
Latest in this saga: I have started again and now have a working Mojave, on which I am posting this.
The damage was done (I think) by importing "users" from a Time Machine backup using Migration Assistant. It must have damaged something - although that seems unlikely.
I have just used MA to...
Yes, i think i must.
I did a CCC clone before the upgrade, so i can copy from there.
The users home folders were/are on a separate drive anyway, so that's easy-ish, apart from getting the permissions right.
Thanks, Gigamaxx. I'm not clear if this is a BIOS problem or an EFI problem or an OSX problem.
Twice now I have started from scratch and it's been fine until using Migration Assistant to reload Users and Apps, then it won't boot from either USB or SSD.
But I will check out your suggestion.
I could really do with some help here.
I have installed Mojave and migrated apps and users from a Time Machine backup and I can no longer boot to Mojave, either directly or from the Unibeast USB.
It was working and now it's not and I have no idea what to do next.
I've spent three days on...
Damn and double damn.
I was Migrating data from a Time Machine backup and left my desk for a while. When I got back the white Apple wa staring at me and the machine no longer boots from the SSD, nor will it boot from the USB.
Back to square one.
Aha! A fix!
Clover UEFI Boot Mode with Emulated NVRAM v2.4k r4586
and then booted from the Clover menu to the SSD. It was slow, thought about it a lot, but then loaded Mojave.
I have no idea why it worked. I had included Emulated NVRAM in my Multibeast build.
So unless you hear...