Discussion in 'High Sierra Desktop Support' started by hpibrahim, Sep 29, 2017.
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I have a z77-m pro motherboard and I use Realtek RTL8111/8168 kext . In the first time I booted my High Sierra setup I don't had ethernet connection but now I have.
Hey ! I have a similar motherboard (P8H67-m pro) : series 6... 100% working on Sierra with modified bios and clover boot (no dsdt...). I use core i5 3570k so HD4000 graphics...
High sierra is working (it was a pain to make it !) but the boot is really long : 1-2 minute (on Samsung SSD with new AFPS format)
I don't know what to do... (think it's graphic related but not sure as AppleIntelFrameCapri.kext is now modified as in sierra)
My English is not very good, I hope your understanding .. !!
-I have been using Custom OSX version Leopard 10.5 going through each of its later versions, on this type of Motherboard "P8Z77-V" (currently) -And if it serves you anything the KEXT-Driver that has been running for "High Sierra 10.13 "is AppleIntelE1000e.kext that you will find it in Multibeas
Hey hpibrahim, i have the exact same configuration (except from GPU) Could you tell wich guide you use. And please if you want to be specific with the steps, feel free so.
Hi @hpibrahim ! I have been trying to update to High Sierra with almost the same configuration as yours but I'm stuck on a black screen.
Could you please provide/upload the CLOVER EFI configuration & kext you used to make it work?
Thank you so much!!
What guide did you follow to get High Sierra installed? I tried a straight upgrade from MAS (which has worked upgrading from El Capitan to Sierra) and it bricked my system. I had to buy a new SSD, reinstall Sierra and recover from a TimeMachine backup. (Thank the spagooters for backups! xD)
I also have a 3rd gen CPU (i5 3570K) with a Z77 board (P8Z77-V LX), which is similar to yours. Can't seem to get High Sierra installed.
Hey all sorry for the delays - I will try to get my files posted if I can tonight, but I just used the guide here on this page.
I've used this guide:
and this guide, both with success:
Sometimes you just have to keep running multibeast until it takes, in my experience. I will try to dig up the actual plist config I used - I didn't use any custom KEXT.
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