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  1. AMD Radeon 7770 bug graphics

    Hi have been looking into this a bit more, it turns out it is the boot loader that is at fault. what you need to do is copy verde.kext to your clover efi partition Clover/Kexts/10.12 then copy EMUVariableUefi-64.efi to drivers64UEFI Folder in the Clover refi partition then copy Lilu.kext and WhateverGreen.kext to Clover Kexts Other then reboot. Have produced a how to here With the Kexts Here https://1drv.ms/f/s!AsV7QRaRFGYgiJM_PMa-vhuv9vJ7_Q Hope this helps. if anyone who knows /Hackintoshing in more depth could streamline this as I don't think all the kexts are needed but by doing the above got me into a working Sierra install Hope this helps Andy
  2. AMD Radeon 7770 bug graphics

    hi ok I have been struggling with this for the past 2 weeks. I have installed and uninstalled Sierra more times than I can count and its been driving me potty .... have only cracked it today. what you need to do is download create a vanilla usb stick with Sierra. in order to do this I downloaded Yosemite.zone from the distroes and created a usb stick. the installed Yosemite once I was in Yosemite ( the gfx work in this disto) I downloaded a copy of Sierra from the store.. you will have to search the net for the direct link.. I then created a bootable Sierra usb stick using unit beast, I selected legacy boot loader with no gfx injected. I then installed Sierra from this. once Sierra is installed boot from the usb and select your installed Sierra. iff all goes well you should have a working Sierra install with the gfx acceleration working. I think the problem is with the type of Mac that Sierra thinks it is with everything working my system info is showing a iMac 27" 14.2 . I have tried installing a boot loader on the main drive with no success so as a workaround you will have to use your usb stick. pics below of my system info I hope this helped. https://photos.app.goo.gl/PToVZOxq0UN9c5BR2 I also just noticed whilst I was trying to get thing working I copied a modified andradeonx4000.kext into the root drive of the Sierra stick. I don't know if this has had any effect on the install might be worth doing the same thing andy
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