Thank you, this worked for me! Question, how do I edit the config file so it does this automatically on every boot?I'm experiencing this too...
Freezes about 60% through when booting to the installer.
Have tried it multiple times and getting the same result.
Used a 32gb USB flash drive plugged into a USB 2.0 port.
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edit: Thanks to ryem for the fix. Go to the usb clover bootloader options, remove 'nv_disable=1' and add 'nvda_drv=1'. You'll have to do this every time it restarts or else you can change this in the actual config file which is what I plan on doing later.
Don't think its the 8GB that's causing this - I've encountered this 'copy of apfs.efi failed' message many times - solution is to initially erase the USB key carefully - I have found Disk Utility is not reliable - ERASE and PARTITION processes (in 10.12) are not clear and certainly not fully functioning - instead use terminal command (see other posts for details).. Then use EFI Mounter v3 app to see if you can mount the USB key's EFI folder - usually this also indicates that Unibeast will complete the install.. good luck on next steps!"There was an error creating your UniBeast drive: Copy of apfs.efi failed."
Installing High Sierra ver 10.13.2 to 8GB memory stick, using UEFI mode.
Any recommendations? Is 16GB really necessary? 8GB worked with Mavericks