I wiped the disk and re-installed. Now I have one monitor but it is well behaved. The about shows two graphics cards and one monitor.
I had that functionality when I completed the MultiBeast step. Nothing after that helped.
The ssdtPRGen.sh step complained about an unterminated search...
I think I'll start over.
Just in case it's of any help ... here's the log file.
I did notice that only one of the 9 SSDTs that I put into the PATCH directory generated a table.
The instructions showed 16 SSDTs. Maybe I didn't hold down the F4 key long enough to generate all of them.
I was able to complete the Optional Patching DSDT And SSDTs step. Unfortunately the login screen problem and the flickering problem didn't change.
Next step is to try the 4K patch to see if that helps with the flickering.
Sure is a lot that a newbie has to research before completing one of...
I've been able to do everything except the Optional Patching DSDT And SSDTs step.
When I execute iasl -da -dl -fe refs.txt *.aml I get the following error:
Pass 1 parse of [SSDT]
ACPI Error: [TUSB] Namespace lookup failure, AE_ALREADY_EXISTS (20161210/dswload-462)
I'm hoping you can help a newbie troubleshoot my installation.
I'm running the following:
Asus Z370-PLUS TUF GAMING
using CPU graphics
dual monitors ( about 1.2k x1k each)
I think I followed your instructions but ...
The result is I boot to a very dark High Sierra screen but...