I’ve been trying to install High Sierra and am getting stuck.
The first couple of times, I tried a straight upgrade from Sierra. The system would boot into the apple logo with the progress bar. And then it would stop making any progress around the 90% mark and stay this way for...well...
I'm about ready to throw my machine out a window.
I can't for the life of me get my GPU to work properly. I'm having the same issue a lot of people seem to be, but none of the solutions are producing any result. I've followed this guide to the best of my ability:
The big issue seems...
Changed back to 14,2 - no effect.
I also tried re-running multibeast, using Clover v2.4k r4063 UEFI Boot Mode + Emulated NVRAM. The attached EFI folder is from this last configuration, and I'm still getting the same graphics crash during macOS startup.
Shoot I think I goofed the first time. When I ejected the EFI just now, it wanted to eject my recovery USB so I think it was the EFI attached to that drive.
This one should be good. Seriously sorry if I wasted your time.
Yup just tried it again, and same result. When the progress bar gets just over half way, the monitor loses its signal and turns off.
Is it possible this is a result of fault installation of the hardware?
Use digital connection: I'm using HDMI
Boot with nv_disable=1: check
Clover: Check - I'm using the most updated version
Install web drivers: Check - Using the most updated version
Don't inject intel of Nvidia graphics: Check
Nvidiaweb via config.plist: check
Emulate native NVRAM: when I do this...
I have a brand new build as of yesterday, and my system isn't recognizing my card at all. It's still showing "Unknown 7 mb".
I detailed the problem here: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/new-build-graphics-not-enabling-in-sierra-12-6.227800/. Any thoughts?