After installing macOS High Sierra, you should revert CoreStorage on your hard drive, and doing so is as simple as running a command in the Terminal.
diskutil cs revert /
When done, save your files and restart the system. If you get the following message, you are most likely on High Sierra, or someone else may have run the invocation earlier.
/ is not a CoreStorage Logical Volume
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