so i found that this is very similar to the problem i had previously. if your computer sits idle for a few minutes, it'll start to slow down. in previous macOS versions, the slowdown only lasted for a few minutes before returning to normal. in high sierra, it looks like the slowdown lasts until...
my god. after hours of troubleshooting, it finally worked.
none of the suggestions worked for me on here.
everyone kept saying AGDPFix didn't work, but it WORKED FOR ME
I have a 1080 GTX with i7 6700k with nvme
1. I updated via this guide: Update Directly to macOS High Sierra (APFS)
what's the upgrade procedure for RehabMan's patcher script for NVME drives? do I upgrade to 10.12.6, then apply RehabMan's patcher script? if so? how do I do it since 10.12.6 requires a reboot?
of course I'll wait for RehabMan to patch 10.12.6, but just wondering what's the general process like.
didn't realize this thread blew up.
my workaround is to leave VLC looping a playlist of videos in the background. i downloaded a bunch of videos of a walkthrough of japan from someone's youtube if anyone's interested https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIDTgYVs-rEHx-fE4qSPZhQ
actually i spoke too soon. the problem started happening again. the issue was not fixed at all.
regarding SATA: I'm running an M.2 drive (Samsung 951). i'm not sure if something still needs to be fixed.
Here's my ioreg
Attached. I am using iMac 14,2.
Nevermind. figured it out. I didn't do the native power management.
For everyone else trying to figure it out:
You need to switch from iMac 14,2 configuration to iMac 17,1 (warning: this will break things, specifically iMessage, but other stuff too).
Whenever I leave my computer for about 10 minutes or so, then I return back to use it, the computer lags and freezes for 30 seconds before it becomes usable again. However, when I use my computer for 6-7 hours straight without any breaks, it works fine without any lag. It only happens when my...
"solved: go to /system/library/coreservices , find weather and right click OPEN, after that both stocks and weather widgets appeared in the notification center in my machine"
for those that had trouble finding the solution even after being directed to these links
I'm dualbooting Windows 10 and macOS Sierra. I currently have a Pascal card, but am getting tired of waiting for pascal support. Is it possible to buy a Maxwell card (Geforce 740) and install it while the Pascal is already installed? Will there be any issues with running macOS?