- Sep 2, 2012
- Gigabyte Z87-HD3
- Intel Core i7 4770K
- Asus Nvidia GTX 970
- Mobile Phone
Can't wait to upgrade. Love Mojave on my laptop, but for now the wait for Nvidia...
That didn't seem to work, I keep getting that error. I've tried 4 reboots.Thanks, I will try that
You could try (temporarily) disconnecting one of your SSDs, see if that gets you any farther. That at least would remove a variable from this.I noticed since I have 2 separate SSDs ...
Also getting this stupid error. Infuriating.That didn't seem to work, I keep getting that error. I've tried 4 reboots.
Am I selecting the wrong thing in Clover?
It seems to auto select "Boot macOS Install Prebooter from Preboot" but I select "Install Mac OS (Drive Name)"
I noticed since I have 2 separate SSDs that have different HS builds on it with diff system definitions, my Clover UIs are different. It looks like my new build has older Clover UI (Black and shows drives to be HFS) and my older build has newer UI (Gray background with green Icons) Could this be causing an issue as I have to select my new SSD upon boot by pressing F12 to select my SSD 860 boot OS and then run Mojave installer, reboot again hit F12 select my drive, presented the older Clover UI select install macOS (Drive Name).
I could be doing this wrong, any advice?
I have more than 15 ports. It seems that in order for the 3.0 port to work you have to enable the 2.0 as well. I did find that the above port limit patch which I installed in 10.13.6 and in all Mojave betas without issue. The upgrade disabled it and with USB inject all and my customssdt removed to double check to see if I get all the ports all I can see is 15 ports. HS01-14 and ss01-03. It appears that the port limit patch is broken againIf you have a properly configured USB setup (within 15 port limit), no need for port limit patching.