So I have a Coffee Lake i3 processor with a Nvidia GTX 1050 ti card on a Gigabyte Z370 HD3 board. My main drive is a Samsung 970 Evo ssd NVME.M2.
The install of High Sierra with the UBS stick and unibeast went fine but later I pulled the USB out after running Multibeast and installing Nvidia...
I will try that today but if that doesn't work do you think I should try to fresh install Mojave? I still didn't get an answer from anyone about why when I try to format the main SSD the only options are APFS? What happen to the Mac OS journaled and Guid Partition? Did that go away from apple?
@agrajag Can you please check out mine and see what I'm doing wrong. Installs OK but after MultiBeast build and reboot, my hard drive won't show up.
Ok so I pulled out the USB stick before I restarted the computer after I did the Multibeast build. It didn't work again and this is what I see. I also restarted it and chose the other option and it didn't work.
Earlier when I try to erase the SSD drive, it says APFS are my only options when I...
I don't have these options below? Also I have an i3 so does that matter at all for this System Definition: iMac 18,2?
USB: Increase Max Port Limit 200 Series
Graphics: Nvidia Graphics Fixup
These pics are what I have
I have not built anything in Multibeast and would like someone to tell me the correct things to check for my build. I also don't have any internet connected at the moment but can hook up to ethernet after this installation.
Yes thats what I was trying to do but when I pressed the F12 key after restart it went straight to the USB drive and didn't go into the bios. I will do Multibeast and post pics before I build so you guys can check I have the right stuff.
OK so I got to this point and realized the video I watched did not tell you to copy the EFI folder to my desktop. Im going to run Multibeast now and you mentioned I should do something with the EFI folder contents?
When I boot from the USB, now it seems to want to go to the Apple install screen. It does not show the new SSD hard drive. When you say EFI, do you mean what MultiBeast created?
I could have clicked the wrong things during MultiBeast because I was watch a youtube video with a similar...
Thanks feartech, but you are losing me in translation a little. Im not super tech savvy so I assume you mean put the USB stick back in and turn on the computer. But thats when it goes back to the external clover option. I don't know how to mount anything.
This is the only thing I see now.
Hi guys, I have a Z370 HD3 Gigabyte mb and a coffee lake i3. I installed High Sierra on my internal Samsung 970 Evo NVME M.2 & it won't show up now when the usb boot drive is now out of the desktop.
With the usb stick with Unibeast and multibeast it installed fine and I used multibeast then...
I don't any any of these components but am looking to build one and have been looking at this site for a long time now. This build and the way it has been presented is by far the best I have ever seen. The detail is amazing and the pictures are great. Everything is well placed and this should be...
I think the problem is in the original coding for the terminal command.
Im trying to install HIGH SIERRA and in the original post I believe you were installing Sierra.
Your terminal code is:
sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume...