- Aug 4, 2017
- Asus ROG MAXIMUS HERO X Z370
- Vega 64
- Mobile Phone
I don't see anything certain, but you seem to have a lot ofYes, there you go. Thanks for the effort!
I cleared my nvram and it didn't make a difference. I haven't installed any of the needed kexts on /Library/Extensions/ nor /System/Library/Extensions, they are in EFI/Clover/kexts/Other as they should. But I double checked and there weren't any of those. I haven't rebuild my cache using Hackintool. I added NoCaches with Yes and it didn't also make a difference. Same with unplugging the Bluetooth.see if that makes any difference?
When you switched to this guide for Mojave you stated that you did perform a clean install.It's interesting that on High Sierrra this SSDT worked flawlessly. Only "clear" difference was that SMBIOS was iMac 13,2 instead of Macmini 6,1.
gIOScreenLockState 3, this shows that it is graphics issues
... 0:100 0:000 PCI (00|01:00.00) : 1002 67DF class=030000 0:100 0:000 - GOP: Provided by device 0:100 0:000 - GFX: Model=AMD Radeon RX 480 (ATI/AMD) ...
Do you mean the current version of the guide or the previous version? I used the previous version for my 8300 for a High Sierra install and then a Mojave install, and it has been running pretty solid for quite some time now.The conclusion is that this guide will not work with Mojave.
If anyone is working, I would like to say congratulations.
It is about the current version.Do you mean the current version of the guide or the previous version? I used the previous version for my 8300 for a High Sierra install and then a Mojave install, and it has been running pretty solid for quite some time now.
Can you update to high Sierra or Mojave without doing a clean install? Can you upgrade without doing a clean install I don't want to lose my programs. I'd like to install Mojave, but not if there are bugs(have HP 8300 i5)Is Mojave ok with a Asus Geforce 210 1GB?When you switched to this guide for Mojave you stated that you did perform a clean install.
Since you did perform a clean install, I would start by flashing the BIOS again, loading optimized defaults and setting it up as directed. Then go through the guide by Sniki exactly as it's posted here to make sure you're doing everything the same. That way you can remove all the variables that can lead to failure. It would probably be good to use the exact same BIOS version that @Sniki is using on his HP8300 so you can flash to that version. You do have the 8300 with i5-3470 correct ? All this info should at least be posted into your signature if not in your hardware profile.