macOS 10.13.3 Update

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  1. Injury

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    Feb 12, 2018 at 2:06 AM #471
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    Hi, I know this isn't related at all, but do you have the link to the thread for the older multi-booting guide that involved gpt sync and I think it was Windows 8 as well?
     
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    Feb 13, 2018 at 5:06 AM #472
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    Upgraded smoothly, I am using Gt640 card and on board ALC887 ,
    no issue after upgrade,
    sound and video are fine. :)
     
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    Feb 13, 2018 at 10:08 PM #473
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    Hey guys just thought I'd mentioned how I managed to install the old 106 driver. (using a gtx 980 on z170-A). I have read thru this thread and found some people like myself that used the German method yet the driver would not work. The Nvidia panel would report it was using the Webdriver, yet it looked exactly like the default macOS driver. (Yes I have emulated nvRam). I don't know anything about running scripts thru the terminal because I'm a total n00b so I had no idea how to force the 106 driver to work. I switched back to the macOS driver via the Nvidia panel and rebooted. Ran multibeast again and just installed the "uefi boot mode" under Quickstart. Rebooted. Ran multibeast again, this time I selected all my customizations for the build and reinstalled the "Clover UEFI Boot Mode + Emulated NVRAM". Rebooted. The 106 driver automatically loaded.
    To summarize, I installed the 106 driver via the German method. Made sure macOS default driver was selected. Ran mutlibeast to essentially delete previous customizations. rebooted. Then reran multibeast again, this time with customizations (be sure to included "emulate nvram"). Reboot and the 106 driver should automatically load. Hope this was helpful to other noobs out there that had the same issue.
     
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    Feb 14, 2018 at 5:09 PM #474
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    Just did a relatively painless update from 10.13.2 to 10.13.3 on a GA-Z170X-UD5 | i7 6700K | GTX 950 (iMac 14,2). It seemed as though most issues in the forum were around the GTX video card, so I unplugged it, updated, then plugged it back in and installed the current nVidia drivers. I haven't noticed any degraded video performance.

    [update]
    After a few days of use I did feel that the video had a very slight stutter. I used nvidia-update.sh to roll back to the .106 version of the nVidia driver, which fixed the problem. Also, i realized after plugging in an audio amp at the back panel that I didn't have any audio on the Internal Speakers port (green jack). Running audio_cloverALC-130.command_v0.3 fixed the problem.
     
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    Feb 15, 2018 at 3:41 PM #475
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    Each update appears to have more problems for me. I do not have the time to continue with this update.

    Trying to update, I get this:
     

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    Feb 16, 2018 at 12:23 AM #476
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    I was stuck for a while trying to update from 10.13.1, but finally managed to resolve it all and reach 10.13.3.

    Initially the problem was my machine would stall after restarting for the update and launching from the "Install Mac OS X" option. It wouldn't begin the actual installation, so it would allow my machine to restart and continue functioning.

    Verbose mode revealed progress stopped at:
    kextd stall[3], (240s): 'AppleACPICPU'
    IOConsoleUsers: time(0_ 0->0, lin 0 lik 1,
    IOConsoleUsers: gIOScreenLockState 3, hs 0, bs 0, now 0, sm 0x0


    In the process of troubleshooting, I updated Lilu.kext, NvidiaGraphicsFixup.kext and updated Clover without resolving the issue. The issue was completely solved by properly including FakeSMC.kext in the clover part of the EFI partition, as mentioned in the first post of this thread.

    (I decided it was worth posting because I noticed the solution as merely one of several trouble-shooting options. I didn't find an explicit connection between this error and this solution when I was searching for it.)
     
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    Feb 16, 2018 at 6:57 PM #477
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    Question, is this something outside of what is included in multibeast?

     
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    Feb 16, 2018 at 8:09 PM #478
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    I don't follow what you're asking. Can you be more specific?
     
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    Feb 16, 2018 at 8:52 PM #479
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    If you're refering to the kexts then, yes - except for FakeSMC. Those and other kexts are available in the kexts section of the downloads area on the site.

    If you haven't already, read through this thread for a solution that should work for your particular problem...
    https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...er-on-high-sierra-black-screen-panics.234390/
     
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    Feb 16, 2018 at 9:30 PM #480
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    I decided to do a clean install after reading all the issues with this upgrade for Nvidia users.
    Also I think that after many upgrades (since El Capitan I think) it was time for fresh install.
    My hack was at 10.13.1 - could not make it to 10.13.2.

    I downloaded the new installer (10.13.3) from the Apple store and created an install USB with Unibeast.
    The install booted OK with the Nvidia card but failed during the install second boot.
    I removed the Nvidia card and used the onboard vga (Intel 2500) to complete the installation.

    After the installation I used the script webdriver.sh (see post #444) to install the web driver 378.10.10.10.25.106.
    Contrary to what I read before, I had to set nvd_drv=1 in my config.plist for the driver to load.

    Next I downloaded and installed the clover build Clover UEFI Boot Mode v2.4k r4411 from Tonymac.

    Finally I downloaded the AppleALC.kext and Lilu.kext from giithub/vit9696 for the sound and moved them
    together with all the other kexts from the USB /EFI/Clover/Kext/Other to my HD /EFI/Clover/Kext/Other folder.

    Everything is working great. Surprisingly this was one of my easiest installs.

    Board: Asus P8Z77-V LE PLUS, Intel Core I5-3570, EVGA Nvidia GTX-1060
    8GB 1600MHZ DDR3, HD WDC WD5000HHTZ-75N21V0, Display Acer XF270HU
    StarTech PCIe Firewire Adapter
     

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