you can download from https://www.tonymacx86.com/resources/unibeast-8-3-2.383/From: https://www.tonymacx86.com/resources/unibeast-8-3-2.383/
NOTE: The version displayed in the splash screen is incorrect. The correct version is show in the About UniBeast screen.
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So where is the correct place to download it?
what other method did you use to create your installer?hi. I wasn't able to create the Sierra installed with this method, so I created the USB installer with a different method, hope you can help me anyway. the fact is, I can't boot with the installer I created, probably because of the wrong clover settings I am selecting when installing it on the installer.
in your guide, you say: "Clover Note: UniBeast delivers basic bootloader support based on our testing on recommended CustoMac systems."
could you kindly share the configuration you use for clover to boot on several customacs? or can someone that created the installer with this method please share the content of its EFI partition? I just need to know what to select in clover to make my USB installer to boot.. ;(
tia and in any case!
what other method did you use to create your installer?
but in the config.plist you can see boot arguments -v and -x? if yes delete them from the file and retryHow to start macOS Sierra from the installation flash drive without Safe Mode
Remove option -x and -v in Clover settings don't save and macOS Sierra booting in Safe Mode!!!
Hardware: Intel i7 950, Gigabyte X58A-UD3R (USB 3.0 NEC off), Saphire HD6670, RAM 24 Gb