- May 18, 2012
- GA X58A-UD3R rev. 2, BIOS FH
- i7 950
- ATI Radeon 5770
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Not a help thread. Please post your request for help in the Sierra Desktop Support forum section.Hi guys,
Just updated from El Capitan to Sierra using latest Clover. The update wouldn't go through unless nv_disable=1 was selected (otherwise screen would go "no signal" after proceeding with installation).
Sierra has installed ok, but again screen goes "no signal" after the Apple logo when using default settings. The only way I can get into the system is with nv_disable=1.
I've updated the Nvidia Drivers after installation but nothing has changed. Currently screen resolution and performance are extremely low, even hard to write this post .
Any idea where to look for for a fix?
Many thanks .
I think I fixed it by installing "Nvidia fix" from MultiBeast.
Established Clover users on OS X El Capitan who wish to update directly to macOS Sierra can do so just like a regular Mac would. This fully native method requires no USB creation or preparation.