Hackintosh High Sierra 10.13.3 Update Guide

The High Sierra 10.13.3 update is the third major update to macOS High Sierra. There isn’t any major features or anything worthwhile in this update only bringing a fix to iMessages being out of order and a number of undocumented fixes, improvements, security enhancements to macOS.

Download High Sierra 10.13.3

High Sierra 10.13.3 can be downloaded from the App Store. 10.13.3 will also appear later on Apple.com’s support page. Here’s the links:

Before updating read:

10.13.3 Update Quick Notes:

Hackintosh 10.13.3 Install Overview

This update is not automatic, when the computer reboots after installing in the app store you will have to select: Install macOS from “drive_name” to complete the update in Clover EFI Bootloader. I actually had to select Install macOS From… twice in Clover EFI Bootloader as the first time it rebooted before completion, while the second time it finished the install. For Ryzen users a fresh install of 10.13.3 is required as the update feature does not work for non-Intel processors. If you end of getting the macOS cannot be installed error. See the updated [Guide] macOS could not be installed

Hackintosh Nvidia 10.13.3 Web Drivers

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:

Update Kexts

I recommend updating all your kexts especially Lilu.kext to the latest version:

Apple File System Users

Those already using an HFS+ drive don’t need to worry about theirs being converted to APFS on update.

if you have an APFS formatted drive, make sure you are using the latest version of apfs.efi unzip the download below and stick it in EFI/Clover/Drivers64UEFI/

Note:

If you are updating from a version of macOS earlier than High Sierra 10.13.0 follow one of these guides before updating to 10.13.3:

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Tazck
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Tazck

Hi
I just finished the update, but get a black screen.
Updated previously Clover and Lilu kexts.
High Sierra installed with your walkthrough. GPU AMD RX560.
Some ideas ?

Mr T
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Mr T

. For Ryzen users a fresh install of 10.13.3 is required as the update feature does not work for non-Intel processors. If you end of getting the macOS cannot be installed error. See the updated [Guide] macOS could not be installed

Mr T
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Mr T

For those who are using the MacPro6,1, iMac15,1, iMac17,1 or iMac18,x system definitions may need to re-apply the black screen fix. Update all kexts.

elcarnal
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elcarnal

hola actualiza el kext whatergreen y problema resuelto

J10
Guest
J10

I was able to downgrade the drivers to WebDriver-387.10.10.10.25.103 and that fixed the lag.

I used: https://github.com/vulgo/webdriver.sh
Then:
sudo webdriver -cu https://images.nvidia.com/mac/pkg/378/WebDriver-378.10.10.10.25.103.pkg
sudo webdriver -m

Kyaw
Guest
Kyaw

After command I used: https://github.com/vulgo/webdriver.sh then reboot .
but still no web driver unknown command for later process.
Please help

Kyaw
Guest
Kyaw

still can’t use webdriver command although installed and reboot 🙁

Julian Toledo
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Julian Toledo

I used Homebrew to install the webdriver, I guess you could also just run the script.