- Feb 15, 2018
- Aorus x299 Gaming 7 Pro
- RTX 2080 TI
- Mobile Phone
Thank you for confirming. I had the exact same problem. I fixed the same way, by installing that same version of Clover, and I also end up with the same conclusion, always update Clover after any major update.Did not update clover, and upon reboot the computer attempted to boot from the installer preboot partition to drive the install - but it hung with the progress bar and Apple logo. It complained about "unsupported CPU" or something when I turned on verbose from clover.
Updated to the latest bleeding-edge clover (r4910): https://sourceforge.net/projects/cloverefiboot/files/latest/download
Restarted the update and it successfully ran.
I would say that yes, updating clover should be everyone's first step before attempting this update.
While I didn't had to update Clover when I was booting the macOS. I did had to update Clover to run the new installer.
It also depends on what version the person have installed in their system. My last Clover over was a few months old, and I didn't bother to keep updating because it was working fine until I encounter that problem. But the new version of macOS most likely will require the latest version of Clover
or at least one that is not that old.