read post 2:Dear friends.
This morning I received the update to 10.13.4. I tried to upgrade my hackintosh and I can't install the update.
I updated the apfs.efi , but I cant install it.
Thank you in advanced.
Your system drive or "Boot OS X Install..." may have been chosen. Follow tonymacx86's guide:
"6. At Clover boot screen, choose Boot macOS Install option (Example: Boot macOS Install from Macintosh HD). Choosing your system drive will go back to your previous installation without updating.
7. Complete the installation process- the computer will automatically reboot a few times.
8. At Clover boot screen, choose Boot macOS option (Example: Boot macOS from Macintosh HD). The computer will then complete the update."
You'll know it's updating because it will restart several times. Make sure Boot macOS Install is chosen until it disappears in the Clover boot screen.
Jibooom88, there's a lot going on here.Hi everyone Hackingtosher, I have need of some questions before doing this update!!!
I do not understand if i must update the apfs files, replace new Nvidiafixupkext, fix USB ports and update Nvidia web driver before or after the update???
Currently I have High Sierra 10.13, I can update via App-store or is better the combo update?
During the update when the system reboot since I have a dual boot with windows which partition I must select in clover boot options???
Thanks in advance
Confirmed. Thank you once again. Cheers!Deleting .IAPhysicalMedia shouldn't be necessary with the latest version of Clover https://sourceforge.net/projects/cloverefiboot/files/Installer/
I also dual boot with Windows. First, disconnect all SATA drives other than your macOS boot drive, particularly any Windows drive. After you start the update process and your system reboots, when you reach the Clover menu you will see a new entry "Boot macOS Install" on your drive, and choose this. Do NOT choose "Boot OS X Install..." and do NOT choose the entry for your usual disk "Boot mac OS..." from your drive name. The install process will mean several restarts--keep choosing "Boot macOS Install" until this entry has disappeared, at which time you choose your usual boot disk "Boot macOS [No "Install"]. Installation isn't done yet, but you've run the gauntlet.During the update when the system reboot since I have a dual boot with windows which partition I must select in clover boot options???