- Jun 15, 2013
- GA-Z87X-UD3H | NUC NUC6i5SYK
- i7-4770K | i5-6260U
- HD4600 | HD 540
- Classic Mac
Anyone got Sierra up and working? Did the direct update with clover work?
Could someone who has working Sierra share config.plist from CLOVER.
I have everything working on El Capitan, but can not lunch Sierra-installer with my old config.plist.
Computer got frozen after grey background drown.
Hi Radion-vk,Hi guys,
can you boot into clover using a USB-Stick and get to the MacOS/ OS X installer? If so I would check the harddisk and its partitions using the disk utility of the installer. Most likely something is broken there.
The Sierra installer (that you accidentally seem to have used) can't chance something in the BIOS. So nothing should have changed there and I would leave all settings as they are.
P.S. If there is no important data, I would consider a clean reinstall.
Hi Radion-vk,No, as I mentioned, I can not boot any MAC OS X that are installed on my HDD (10.9, 10.10 and 10.11), and I can not boot any MAC OS X installation from my HDD (also have 3 installers 10.9, 10.10 and 10.11). Also can not boot from two USB sticks with MAC OS X installers 10.10 and 10.11 (I used them when was installing MAC OS X on other computers). I even tried to boot without HDD and without video cards. Result is the same. On this weekend will make a new installation 10.10 and 10.11 with new version of clover and with almost default clover config and only with one(FakeSMC) kext.
I also do not think that installer of Sierra could change something in BIOS, I just described what append.
However, something effeminately append (probably hardware problem, because of reboot that I observed. As result probably UEFI engine is broken, or something not right in BIOS settings. However as I mentioned, I did load default settings from BIOS, did clean BIOS by removing battery and switching jumper on mother board, and also did flash with the same latest version of BIOS).
Will keep you posted.
wow, that sounds tough. From your last post I did not get, that also the installer did not work. You've been talking about "installation" from USB and I though you just used your USB Clover to boot from the already installed OS X.
Since you mention that something with the UEFI engine might be broken: Have you tried using the legacy version in unibeast without UEFI? That might be a way to go...