- May 23, 2019
- Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pfo wifi
- I7 8700K
- RX 580
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- Mobile Phone
The shutdown info looks good. I've tried everything ,and read it was my Cooler Master 240L causing the problem
Is that an 8700K? the process is very simple you just have to make everything specific like changing BIOS settings to recommended and ready to debug the error clover will post you.Hi, I have Mojave installed on:
Z370 Gaming 5
Sapphire RX 580 Pulse
I would like to have a clean installation of Catalina.
What steps I have to do?
Yes, I had updated from High Sierra to Mojave. Just update all necessary kexts and clover.I did this build over a year ago and have been happy staying at High Sierra. However, I need to start using Premiere Pro, and I've discovered that I finally need to upgrade, probably to Catalina. Has anyone done this process? I've tried to update to Mojave as a first step, starting on a bootable external clone portable usb drive. So far, I haven't been able to get the Mojave installation to proceed. I've copied the EFI folder to the clone, updated SMC kext. Mojave seems to download from the app store, but isn't installing for some reason.
I'm having trouble updating Clover. I am using Clover configurator:Yes, I had updated from High Sierra to Mojave. Just update all necessary kexts and clover.
Download pkg file from the link and try to install it.I'm having trouble updating Clover. I am using Clover configurator:
> Install/Update Clover
> Package (radio button)
> Check Now
> Installation Type (install is to an external guinea pig drive, usb to usb c)
> Install (installaiton complete)
But when I reboot, Configurator is still telling me that I am on Clover v. 4630
I think that this is what is preventing me from updating to Mojave or Catalina. I have also tried using MultiBeast. When I try to update using my existing Clover, the update stops with a prohibited sign.
Have you follow the guide from Apple?Since I used the same board and CPU, I used this thread for info – thanks for that.
From the start, I had problems with the Vega 56 GPU though: Black screen for an instant. Sometimes a few times in a row. I always thought was a misconfiguration or because it was a Hackintosh.
I didn't use it much and when I fired it up later, it asked for my (macOS) account password. I can't give that because I never set it up with a password. So now I can't get into it any more.
Because of Corona, I let my wife use the Windows partition so she could work from home. After a week, the GPU started to fail (black screens for seconds, more and more often in a row) so at least I now know it's not the system. I've send it back for guarantee repair, but this can easily take another month because it's now busy.
I have a old GTX 770 so I could try that instead, but I have no idea how to reset the macOS password.
I feel so stupid. It never even came to my mind that such a thing might exist!Have you follow the guide from Apple?
GTX 770 should work natively.I feel so stupid. It never even came to my mind that such a thing might exist!
Can't test it now because my GPU is away for a month and the iGPU is disabled. Or can I just plug in the GTX 770??