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pastrychef

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Sorry for the basic question, but what are the steps to do this?
Sorry for the late reply... Had family emergency and had to fly out to California for a few days...

Install them in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/.
 
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Anybody tried a fresh install of High Sierra? I'm stuck in the MultiBeast part, can't select the APFS file system. Should I wait until new MultiBeast is released?

Thanks.
 

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Anybody tried a fresh install of High Sierra? I'm stuck in the MultiBeast part, can't select the APFS file system. Should I wait until new MultiBeast is released?
Yes, you'll need to use Multibeast 8.0 High Sierra version which will be out soon.
 

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Anybody tried a fresh install of High Sierra? I'm stuck in the MultiBeast part, can't select the APFS file system. Should I wait until new MultiBeast is released?

Thanks.
Remember to put apfs.efi in to /EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI/.
 
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pastrychef

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I cannot install the Nvidia graphics drivers, I installed it but when the computer reboots it hangs in the apple screen. I've debuged and the verbose log say something like: gIOScreeenLockState 3 error

I tried to install following this guide: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...er-on-high-sierra-black-screen-panics.234390/ but with no luck.

I attached my config.plist if somebody can help me.

Thanks! :)
Open your config.plist with Clover Configurator.
Go to the Boot section and (1) uncheck "nv_disable=1" and (2) check "nvda_drv=1".
Go to the Kernel and Kext Patches section and remove the "change 15 port limit..." patch.
Go to the SMBIOS section and click on the up/down arrow button on the right of the window and select iMac13,1, 13,2, or 13,3 depending on which CPU you have.
 
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Open your config.plist with Clover Configurator.
Go to the Boot section and (1) uncheck "nv_disable=1" and (2) check "nvda_drv=1".
Go to the Kernel and Kext Patches section and remove the "change 15 port limit..." patch.
Go to the SMBIOS section and click on the up/down arrow button on the right of the window and select iMac13,1, 13,2, or 13,3 depending on which CPU you have.
Thanks @pastrychef! Worked like a charm!! I've successfully installed High Sierra and Nvidia Drivers on 8300.
 
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Well after a week of my fresh install of high sierra, I have some issues that might somebody know how to fix it.

Sometimes the system is laggy, changing from one desktop to another takes seconds, and sometimes typing as well. I have a 3770 cpu and I put the ssdt for the power management but not sure if this could be a problem with Nvidia drivers?

Thanks.
 

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Are you using a scaled resolution?
 
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