- Feb 5, 2012
- Gigabyte Z370 Ultra Gaming
- RX 5700 XT
- Mobile Phone
@Adam1203 I have a problem, I already “burned” my previous Fusion installation, but I have a clone made by CCC on another internal drive. Therefore, I can boot from the cloned drive (however, I need to use the clover boot from a USB stick that I created with unibeast) and create a FusionDrive from the HDD and SSD. That part is clear. Now, I wanted to install a clean HS installation (without recloning from the cloned drive), but after I boot from the installation USB, start the install, select the new FusionDrive as install location, then reboot to finish the installation, however, in Clover boot options, I don’t have the possibility to boot from the installation drive to finish the installation, can you help?
I have a Sierra hack with a Fusion Drive, and I'd like to upgrade it to High Sierra 10.13.4 directly using the latest installer.
Is it safe to say that with Clover 4439, the upgrade should just work by running the installer without any particular tweak ?
My Boot OS X is currently on the SSD (disk0s3) and Recovery HD on the HDD (disk1s3), if that matters.
Using the latest version of Clover available, I’ve been able to install the last few updates without needing any extra tweaks. Just be sure to select the right partition each time the computer reboots. (You may need to choose the installer partition more than once to get through all the stages. It will disappear when it’s time to boot from the normal partition again.)
That's a fair point. I was talking about point updates.Sounds good, but you mean High Sierra point updates right ?
I'm talking about upgrading Sierra to High Sierra, not sure if that will work as easily ?