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  1. By setting "legacy mode" in BIOS. It is possible to do different way depending of BIOS
  2. Hello, Niresh. I apologize to you for misleading you (and myself). Incidentally, I left the cycle with the display of errors for a long time (30-60) and on my return I found that the update was successful. Just this update is different in time from the previous ones and I did not have the patience to wait for completion. Alexandre.
  3. Hello Thank for you help. I try to so, but have not any success. Please, my problem looks not with working 10.14.3 , but with new 10.14.4 update.I do not see sense to make any change with working 10.14.3 itself, it may be sense to make changes with CLOVER, on top of which both old 10.14.3 and new 10.14.4 working. I do not using any Time Machine, I simple reboot with different CLOVER options. What is more interesting for me - how I can locate a problem, which logs it is possible to analyse about updating? I decided to start from scratch. I prepare new installation USB according a current manual, make new installation ( 10.14.1 ) and try update it. I get same problem - when system reboot during updating to new ( 10.14.4 ) I see only infinity loop of error messages. Something serious changed with 10.14.4
  4. Thank for your answer, however I have not get success. Moreover screen freezes before graphic start with my working 10.14.3 I revert back original value to get 10.14.3 working: Graphics/Inject/Intel=false Graphics/ig-platform-id=0x0 Devices/FakeID/IntelGFX=0x01288086 BIOS DVMT - have not in my BIOS/UEFI digital connection to your monitor (VGA not supported) - it is my notebook, VT-d disable
  5. Vendor: 8086 Device ID: 0416
  6. Hello My graphics card is: 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 4th Gen Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 06) Today I try to update my 10.14.3 to 10.14.4 ( official, not a development ) and get same result - infinity loop. Repeat, that I have successfully updated my 10.14 installation from 10.14 to 10.14.1, then to 10.14.2 and to 10.14.3. And I could not update to 10.14.4(!). Find here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1B-wtseeGSJNMugxZv7RWsvaRROrXUroR/view?usp=sharing log file from my working system( 10.14.3 ), may be you will help me based on this. Thank you in advance.
  7. Unfortunately no changes with 10.14.4 Dev Beta 4
  8. Same problem with latest update 10.14.4 Dev Beta 3
  9. Same problem with latest update 10.14.4 Dev Beta 2
  10. Some more info: I have check that with 10.14.3 I really have same cycling messages, but those messages do not interfere to start graphic mode. Here is two pictures, which I take before starting graphic mode for 10.14.3( sorry for low quality): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CYpDBqvg3M5celB_dRJI59Qb4esT3bl6/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DBFfrjeQHMHdIC2zZH_OuBu3ljK2JgeZ/view?usp=sharing
  11. Hello My graphics card is: 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 4th Gen Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 06) I have not any problem with this card with Mojave starting with you Installaion Guide ( 10.14 ) and all updates ( 10.14.1, 10.14.2 and 10.14.3). Only latest update 10.14.4 Dev Beta 1 is failed. Find in link below a picture showing situation when cycling messages is started: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JXPXtpe2nIz3eJHfkZVu1WsKiJHwOvtU/view?usp=sharing Interesting, that same messages ( I am not sure, but its looks same ) I can see at least when my latest Mojave 10.14.3 Beta 18D39a booting, but only a few cycles before switching to graphic mode. Something looks changed with 10.14.4.
  12. Hello I use and update Mojave successfully up to 10.14.3. But could not update to 10.14.4 ( Beta 1 ). I get infinity loop with error messages like: IOUSBHostHIDDevice: problem Please, any comment x-special/nautilus-clipboard copy file:///home/ran/Downloads/IMG_20190125_120949.jpg
  13. Hello, TheDerpyDropper. Yes, you can. Be aware only, to connect a real USB device to your virtual machine and do not forget that Mojave Application "Install macOS 10.14 Beta.app" weight about 6G
  14. New Beta Update (18A326h) - Success
  15. Update to Developer Beta 3 (18A326g) - Success
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