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Hi,i come from many years with chameleon,now i want to try clover but i have a problem with my asus notebook k53sc.

I put my dsdt on efi-clover-acpi-patched,my kext on efi-clover-kext-10.10.

I try many times and many methods,with the clover configuration tool i set smbios 8.1

I have this kp attachicon.gifIMAG0132.jpg

 

On most cases, with Clover you don't need DSDT. So, don't use it, if it is not absolutely necessary. I have got several hacks to work really fine without DSTD's. 
For second, read Clover manual. When you got some error, search google for first :D On your case "ioplatformexpert panic clover"

 



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Was it just me or is anyone else here having trouble with getting USB keyboards to work properly on Clover? I can use the mouse, but on the boot options screen the keyboard refuses to work. It does however work once OS X boots fully though. Oh, and I'm using the latest Clover SVN build on a legacy BIOS system, if that helps.



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Hi, I can't get Clover UEFI to auto boot OS X. I've tried using the name of the volume, GUID and Device ID for DefaultVolume. I can however boot into Windows 7 fine using any of the methods. The only way to boot into OS X is by using LastBootedVolume. 

/dev/disk0
   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
   0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *256.1 GB   disk0
   1:       Microsoft Basic Data WinSSD                  202.2 GB   disk0s1
   2:                        EFI                         209.7 MB   disk0s2
   3:                  Apple_HFS MacSSD                  53.0 GB    disk0s3
   4:                 Apple_Boot Recovery HD             650.0 MB   disk0s4

Specs

Asus P8Z77-V Pro

Intel i5-3570k

Adata SX900 256GB SSD

16GB (4x4GB) G.Skill 1600MHz DDR3

OS X 10.10.1

Creative X-Fi HD USB

MSI HD 7870



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This is not good if EFI partition is not the first one.



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This is not good if EFI partition is not the first one.


Is this why I can't auto boot OS X? Cause I thought it doesn't matter where you put it.

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Is this why I can't auto boot OS X? Cause I thought it doesn't matter where you put it.

I don't know your reason why you can't boot OSX. Other users can.

May be you want to show us debug.log in this case?



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Hi, I can't get Clover UEFI to auto boot OS X. I've tried using the name of the volume, GUID and Device ID for DefaultVolume. I can however boot into Windows 7 fine using any of the methods. The only way to boot into OS X is by using LastBootedVolume. 

/dev/disk0
   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
   0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *256.1 GB   disk0
   1:       Microsoft Basic Data WinSSD                  202.2 GB   disk0s1
   2:                        EFI                         209.7 MB   disk0s2
   3:                  Apple_HFS MacSSD                  53.0 GB    disk0s3
   4:                 Apple_Boot Recovery HD             650.0 MB   disk0s4

Specs

Asus P8Z77-V Pro

Intel i5-3570k

Adata SX900 256GB SSD

16GB (4x4GB) G.Skill 1600MHz DDR3

OS X 10.10.1

Creative X-Fi HD USB

MSI HD 7870

 

This is not good idea to put windows and Mac on the same disk. I recommend to use separate HDD's for each OS you like to run. 



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On most cases, with Clover you don't need DSDT. So, don't use it, if it is not absolutely necessary. I have got several hacks to work really fine without DSTD's. 
For second, read Clover manual. When you got some error, search google for first :D On your case "ioplatformexpert panic clover"

 

Sorry but i try with no result.

I try with creating a smbios,put and delete dsdt but the result it's the same



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Sorry but i try with no result.

I try with creating a smbios,put and delete dsdt but the result it's the same

Did you set DSDT->fixes?







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