Discussion in 'High Sierra Desktop Guides' started by tonymacx86, Sep 25, 2017.
Yes you do. Just follow the first part of the guide for APFS.
I don't have any kexts on my EFI partition, is it normal? I would download them, but I don't know which kexts I need to add to Other folder, can I download all of them or can I find those, which is my system using to put them in Other folder?
Thanks for advice!
The kext which you're using are at Library/Extensions on the system partition- not on the EFI.
You have to copy the ones you need from there to the EFI-Folder (CLOVER/kexts/other)
I think you'll have the same question as I did before a few posts (see quote below)
Maybe someone will help us
Thanks, is it problem, if I copy all of them from this folder? Like kexts for printer, Logitech keyboard etc.? Because I don't know, which of these I need and which not...
The system reboots when I try to boot from Install High Sierra in Clover.
I attach Diagnostic Report and config.plis
Any help would be appreciated.
So I did update and now I am on High Sierra only with these three problems:
1. My SSD was not converted to APFS instead it is still journaled HFS+ (does anyone know why?) I have followed the procedure for updating to APFS
2. On clover page I am missing icon for Mac OS instead of it I have there "internal_hfs" - anyone knows how to fix it?
3. Finder is unable to open EFI partition after mounting it, anyone experienced this?
Smooth install on my gaming 7 MOBO.
Updating graphics drivers now for my GTX 1070!
ALSO, my NVME drive I use for windows shows up
Soon, we're testing. Adding an option to not use APFS (use HFS+). If you want my advise, wait for 10.13.3. Then all the major bugs will be corrected and APFS will be more mature.
Did the update, only thing broken is sound. Despite the fact that I also copied kext file for realtek any tips?
Great!! I'll try it tomorrow.
(waiting for unibeast and multibeast for high sierra...)
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