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Same here, no problems. Had to update nVidia driver only. (to 387.10.10.10.40.130)

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Updated. Process:

- 3 reboots (around 38 minutes) but it took only 3 minutes with my M2.
- After all, Nvidia web drivers *.129 are not compatible, so updated to newest version *.130. Rebooted again.
- After reboot, black screen (it always happens to me, I don't know if there is a problem with my graphic card or what), so don't panic: forced turn off, turned it on and, at Clover options, unmarked Nvidia Web Drivers.
- Patched with AGDPFix (sound was off too).
- Rebooted again, doing nothing (marked or unmarked), and everything is fine.

This is how I do.
I know there are another methods, but this works perfect for me. Perhaps is a little bit longer, but if it works, I don't care.

EDIT:
I also enable Trimforce in Terminal. Perhaps is unnecessary, but I do just in case.
 
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Hi, I am at build 17G7024 and downloaded WebDriver-387.10.10.10.40.129.

Can you help me in what order should I update my system? Previously I have done all updates using iGPU. But now I have NVIDIA GPU, I don't want to be stuck in a black screen.

Sorry I didn't see it.

1st update always the system. Once updated, apply Nvidia Web Drivers (is not necessary to download them, just open Nvidia preferences from 'System Preferences' and update from there).

Black screen always happens to me, but don't worry:
You must force turned off. Then turn it on, and in Clover 'options screen, unmark Nvidia Web drivers. Once done and rebooted just patch it with AGDPFix. It reboots automatically. After reboot all will be as it should.
 
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Updated from 10.13.3 to 10.13.6 using Apple Combo Update.
No hickups, nothing needed to be updated, seems to run flawless.

Hi any USB and APFS patch needed with 10.13.6 Supplementary 2019-004 updates???
 

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Hi any USB and APFS patch needed with 10.13.6 Supplementary 2019-004 updates???
No. Just update your hackintosh kexts and Clover from the Forum's Download section.
 
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No. Just update your hackintosh kexts and Clover from the Forum's Download section.
Hi Stork

May i know where is the link to download and how do i fix the USB 3?

APFS seems to work, USB 3 does need the fix. But you can just update and then fix USB 3
Hi

But how do i fix the USB 3 for 2019-004 updates?
 

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May i know where is the link to download and how do i fix the USB 3?
There is a menu "bar" at the top of this thread under the tonymacx86 logo that runs across the width of this page. The Download drop down menu is on the right in the menu "bar".
 
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