UniBeast: Install macOS High Sierra on Any Supported Intel-based PC

Discussion in 'High Sierra Desktop Guides' started by tonymacx86, Oct 24, 2017.

  1. cumik2

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    Oct 24, 2017 at 11:28 PM #11
    cumik2

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    Can i ask you to check (or have in mind) Nvidia GTX 650 support in multibeast 10 developing process? This card was always natively supported but in my (and not only my) installation of High Sierra there was still screen glitching (and i think no aceleration) problem (with or without internal Intel HD Graphics). I know that you must be very busy, i can buy a new card, if GTX 650 no longer working under HSierra, but it's still good card and most important it's challenge how it's possible that this peviously natively apple supported card not working in HSierra Hackintosh. Similar glitching problem has owners of GTX 660/670 cards, we communicate between us each other , trying upgrade from Sierra to HSierra, trying clean installation, trying with native mac drivers, trying nvidia web drivers, but no success. You can help to us also if you simple say to all of as that this card is no longer supported under HSierra (may be add list of no longer supported vga card list from previously supported cards), to save our time trying installation again and again and we all just buy a new cards. But i still hope ...to this great card, she is married with my hackintosh 2 years so i don't want to break this beautifull piece of love coexistence :)
    Thanks from Slovakia
    my spec:
    MB - Gigabyte Z170M-D3H
    CPU - Intel i3-6320 3.9 GHz
    socket LGA 1151 Skylake 14 nm, Intel HD Graphics 530
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    IntelMausiEthernet (Intel i219-V + Intel i211)
     
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  2. davenine

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    Oct 25, 2017 at 12:00 AM #12
    davenine

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    Just logging in to say I updated(I did the update method from macOS Sierra) without a hitch :) Followed all the directions to a tee and everything worked great.

    MB - ASUS Z97-A
    CPU - Intel i7 4790K

    RAM - 16 GB DDR3
    VGA - EVGA Nvidia 970

    I am running in UEFI mode as well, I've got a second SDD that has Windows on it so I've got a working dual-boot machine.
     
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  4. Carlox97

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    Oct 25, 2017 at 12:33 AM #14
    Carlox97

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    I am using clover bootloader, but it’s too hard to install supported audio drivers withouth multibeast. Will I be still able to use clover bootloader once I installed multibeast (when it will be out fpr 10.13) for audio drivers?
     
  5. ryem

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    Oct 25, 2017 at 1:09 AM #15
    ryem

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    For people getting stuck at the booting screen, try removing nv_disable=1 and adding nvda_drv=1. Worked for me. I have a gtx 760
     
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  7. AlxZu

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    Oct 25, 2017 at 1:56 AM #17
    AlxZu

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    Hi, I’m currently on a similar situation with my GTX 550ti, it worked perfectly with macOS Sierra and now I tried everything but still no luck... . Right now I’m able to boot up but it seems there isn’t any driver working since the screen shows some glitches and the animations are slow and choppy.
     
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    Oct 25, 2017 at 2:50 AM #18
    ryem

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    It is, you don't need to install any drivers.Infact once I installed the drivers in High Sierra and got stuck in bootloop. Idk why the boot flag though. But I've been using the same boot flag since Sierra
     
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  10. tonymacx86

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    Oct 25, 2017 at 3:00 AM #20
    tonymacx86

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    NOTE: Since UniBeast 8 was finished we decided to release it early along with this guide. MultiBeast 10 is in the finishing stages and will be out as soon as it's tested and ready.

    Just added to top post.
     
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