- Dec 26, 2011
- Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Pro WiFi
- Intel i9 9900K
- Intel UHD 630 / Nvidia 3080 - Disabled on MacOS
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Hi, not sure wether you fixed it, but in case: you shouldn't enable the iGPU, it's the multi-GPU setup that is creating an issue from my understanding. So basically try in your BIOS to disable both the iGPU and 1 card (I don't know if the SLI cable will be an issue or not) and see if you can install like that. Or disable both cards and go with the iGPU for the install (of course plug your display on the iGPU in this case). If your BIOS can do that, you should be fine. Otherwise you can go back to Rehabman post, there is a way to do it without BIOS intervention nor physical removal, but that's much more complicated than what I just indicated (requires specific injection technics).
I could remove the SSD, update it on a Mac, install Nvidia Web drivers and it should then run, but won't I be exactly in the same situation ad each point or security update?
Do you remember how to fix? Apparently I cant find a fix anywhere. Thanks.Yeah I got this. Once it starts to overlap itself you're done. Boot with -v (verbose).
I do not recall how I fixed this issue. What is your graphics setup? Are you installing on top of a working Sierra, with working Nvidia web drivers? If so how did you disable the web drivers, boot nv_disable=1?
what i did was disabling intel GPU in bios while i'm still on Sierra, delete downloaded High Sierra file and redownload with intel GPU disabled (I only have nvidia GPU at this time). Install/Update (following tony's tutorial) with terminal without converting APFS. And then update just goes smoothly without any problem.Do you remember how to fix? Apparently I cant find a fix anywhere. Thanks.