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Does my pc support Olarila High Sierra.


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 Hi friends, i have this pc is it possible to install High Sierra.

 

 CPU: i5 3570

 Motherboard: H61M DS2 revision 3.0

 Ram: 8GB

 Graphics Card:  Nvidia GTX 970

 Storage: 250 HDD

 

 

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23 minutes ago, MaLd0n said:

install web driver

check what ethernert card

 

 I think it is a Realtek GbE LAN chip (10/100/1000 Mbit)

 And i also think that RealtekRTL81xx.kext could be the fix, but i dont know how to install it.

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 Its a big of a mess, but I managed to install the internet kext.

 Now the issue is with Nvidia Web Driver, stuck on 1024x728 resolution.

 Also I tried to install the newer Nvidia Web Driver for High Sierra and it says that its not compatible.

 The windows graphics have many glitches, when using Safari or Firefox.

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20 hours ago, MaLd0n said:

install web driver

check what ethernert card

 

 What is causing the web driver not to install is the build 17G66, i even tried to apply the update from the Apple Store and the system was not booting anymore, going to try another install.

 I installed version 17G14033 from update, then i installed the web driver version Nvidia Web Driver - 387.10.10.10.40.139 , after a reset the system cannot boot into desktop.

 

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16 hours ago, MaLd0n said:

That will install the latest nvidia driver, but why is there no gpu acceleration and my screen resolution is still 1024x768.

Also, in the boot clover options, do i select both nvidia web drivers and inject nvidia ?

 I´m using DVI-VGA adapter with the GTX 970, could there an issue with this configuration.

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2 hours ago, MaLd0n said:

use hdmi, dp or dvi and select NvidiaWeb option in ur config.plist

 

 A long time ago, i used to have High Sierra installed with a GTX 460, it was using the VGA signal just fine, the only difference is that it was not with an adapter DVI-VGA, it was a native VGA port. Maybe the VGA signal on the DVI-I port on the GTX 970 is not properly installed in High Sierra.

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