- Dec 30, 2015
- Asus z97 Sabertooth Mark II
- ASUS ROG STRIX 480x 8GB
There may be another way to do it. Im running xfx 280x as well. If you boot with internal graphics first, you should be able to delete the kext. You can also try to dynamically upload a different vbios. Im using asus 280x vbios.I have a unique situation where my XFX R9 280X only works if I delete the file called AppleTyMCE.kext in S/L/E. So for past updates, I would use my Clover USB to get into OS X, then delete the file. After that, I can use my normal bootloader.
If Sierra doesn't use a USB drive, can I still use my El Capitan USB to get into the system to delete the file after I upgrade?
There's a good description here on how to do it in case deleting the kext no longer works. Damn xfx cards not liking hackintoshes