Hackintosh updating to 10 6 3
Simplest advice: Follow the path of someone who has done the update on a machine that is either identical or closely mimics your own build.For anyone that uses sleep, if you want to minimize the likelihood of troubles when updating to 10.6.3 it’s a good idea to move the old Sleep since it will almost certainly cause a kernel panic on reboot when it butts heads with the new kernel.The boot went through a lot of screens until eventually it got to this https:// I did some googling of the last message but didn't really find anything that helped.In the end I restored the OS back to 10.12 through Clover and gave up and tried to get around it using Application Loader to distribute the app to the store, but that failed, and more googling tells me it needs the latest version, which is through x Code.If you have a Hackintosh desktop or Netbook, you may want to do a bit of research before jumping into the Mac OS X 10.6.3 system update.Users around the web are reporting everything from easy success to catastrophic failure, which isn’t too surprising considering the hardware diversity of Hackintosh systems.Tony Mac X86 Forums – if you’re banging your head into the wall to figure out what went wrong on your desktop Hackintosh update, this is a great forum to check out.Insanely Mac Forums – another good resource for questions and answers to various Hackintosh install problems, less personal than Tony Mac X86 though.
If you happened to have followed the Life Hacker guide to build a Hackintosh Desktop you may have the easiest update as a desktop user, although some users in their comments are reporting update troubles with identical systems.
See the updated Nvidia Web Drivers have released, but there is currently an issue where the driver is causing lag for those that upgrade for it so if you have an Nvidia graphics card I recommend that you hold off on 10.13.3, until this problem is resolved or alteratively you can get 10.13.2 Web Drivers working quite easily in 10.13.3 see: https://hackintosher.com/forums/thread/nvidia-web-drivers-make-older-version-work-in-high-sierra.21/ I used this method to install 10.13.2 web drivers on 10.13.3: https://hackintosher.com/forums/thread/how-to-install-nvidia-web-drivers-with-webdriver-sh-on-a-hackintosh.48/ (Problematic) Nvidia Web Driver 10.13.3: Those already using an HFS drive don’t need to worry about theirs being converted to APFS on update.
The High Sierra 10.13.4 update is the fourth major release for mac OS High Sierra.
High Sierra 10.13.4 can be downloaded from the App Store. If you would like to download a full version of 10.13.4 instead using the update tab in the App Store you will need to first delete Install mac OS High Sierra from Applications folder if it exists.
Here’s the links: This update is not automatic, when the computer reboots after installing in the app store you will have to select: Install mac OS from “drive_name” to complete the update in Clover EFI Bootloader. twice in Clover EFI Bootloader as the first time it rebooted before completion, while the second time it finished the install.