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What should I do about OsxAptioFixDrv2?

Replace OsxAptioFixDrv2 with OsxAptioFixDrv. Config needs to be cleaned up better still create a new one.
 
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Replace OsxAptioFixDrv2 with OsxAptioFixDrv. Config needs to be cleaned up better still create a new one.
Ok I am recreating a new Unibeast USB. I want to find out the issue of why I can't boot from before. I have mounted the EFI before had to make sure Unibeast does not fail at mounting and install the bootloader.
 

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Ok I am recreating a new Unibeast USB. I want to find out the issue of why I can't boot from before. I have mounted the EFI before had to make sure Unibeast does not fail at mounting and install the bootloader.

Keep going! :)

As @violetdragon says, you probably need to start with a bare config.plist to get the system up and running. Don't worry about sound and USB 3.0, don't worry about serial numbers (you can always re-use your previous one etc)

If you have a UniBeast 7.0 stick, boot with it but don't choose the Sierra drive, instead boot to the UniBeast "External" volume. When the install screen comes up, don't go further, go to the Tools menu at the top and run Terminal. Then try copying the UniBeast config.plist over to your main Sierra drive using Terminal commands.

You will get there in the end :)
 
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Keep going! :)

As @violetdragon says, you probably need to start with a bare config.plist to get the system up and running. Don't worry about sound and USB 3.0, don't worry about serial numbers (you can always re-use your previous one etc)

If you have a UniBeast 7.0 stick, boot with it but don't choose the Sierra drive, instead boot to the UniBeast "External" volume. When the install screen comes up, don't go further, go to the Tools menu at the top and run Terminal. Then try copying the UniBeast config.plist over to your main Sierra drive using Terminal commands.

You will get there in the end :)
It was Unibeast. I am using 7.1.1 and its a success. I am in my drive now. It is corrupted enough that it won't boot but I can see it from another install I just did. thanks for the help and support.
 
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Folks now that some of us has updated relatively easy and is admiring the all new Sierra :clap:, just a heads up, log into iTunes and check that you can still play iTunes trailers and the movies in your library. This update will inevitably break the ability to play movies or trailers for some of you. As I had to install a new graphics card to overcome a flickering screen, I had to go through the whole process to be able to play my movie collection again and found it surprisingly easier this time around as I didn't have to delete AppleIntelHD300GraphicsVADriver.Bundle kext from S/L/E this time with this NVIDIA card. Good luck all :thumbup:.
 

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One old an a couple of new things that have happened here ...

I'm still getting the random system lock-ups, even with r4045 of Clover and moving the kexts from EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other to L/E. Managed an hour earlier, then crunch.

1) Spookily I have uninstalled the Nvidia web-driver for 10.12.4, re-installed macOS 10.12.3, then, as required reverted to the earlier Nvidia drivers to get acceleration. Now, after upgrading again to 10.12.4 I get acceleration *without* installing the latest Nvidia driver...

2) I've discovered that Apple Mail updates all mail when it performs the 10.12.4 update. This makes it unreadable if you go back to 10.12.3 - as I just did.

:rolleyes:
 
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I installed 10.12.1 on this processor with no issues. Then 10.12.4 comes out and I can't boot to my drive. Just restarts. So I created a new Unibeast USB and now it doesn't work. This is why I don't think its my processor.
It is possible your motherboard does not implement native NVRAM, or if it does that Clover is not able to access it properly.

Though i have not paid much attention to the underlying process of recent updates as they kind of just work for me, there is some interesting info here that might explain why/how an additional entry is presented in the boot menu when we reboot during update/install, using data passed in NVRAM variables - and why for some people this entry just does not appear.

Unibeast UEFI installation of Clover does not currently include EmuVariable-UEFI-64.efi driver or Clover .rc scripts as an option and these may be necessary for some boards to complete the installation.

You can use the Clover installation package from the project page to install with these options.
 
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