Well its the windows key not alt
win + v = verbose mode
win + x = safe mode
win + s = single user mode
not sure why home key isnt working, but you can always use F12 boot manager to select which os to boot, or use startup disk selector in os x to set the boot volume.
I am referring to
OZ Boot Manager GUI
Verbose: When in Boot Selection Alt + V (fixing bug please just tap V once) and then make your choice.
straight from https://mrq7bqbfgwmjzd5m.tor2web.org/ ....
You are referring to a DIFFERENT verbose mode, not the one from OZ Boot Manager but the one from OS X ..
And apart from that, what you write does not even work w/ OS X booted on the QUO AOS .. You don't have a sig (as supposed, tss tss) so I take for granted that you don't even own a QUO AOS, and neither can nor have tried yourself before posting here..
Needless to say, any of the key combos need to be pressed BEFORE OS X starts .. that's how it is on a real Mac. However, thanks to either the QUO AOS board or the OZ BIOSes being buggy, keeping keys pressed stalls the booting: either the screen remains black, or the QUO restarts ..
That applies to ANY keys pressed and held down: DEL, F12, END, HOME ...
It's been beyond a nuisance to reach either BIOS setup via DEL or BIOS boot menu via F12: when not pressed only ONCE in the very right moment, either boot stalls, or the default OS loads .. so cumbersome ..
The work-around is to increase the wait time in BIOS from 1 to 4. So when the slogan "Q.UO | your comuter .." appears on the screen, there now is a about 75% chance that by pressing a key I actually do get to either BIOS setup or BIOS boot menu.
I tried several USB keyboards in several different of the board's USB ports --> no change, buggy as hell...
The 820M H3A BIOS update did not change that awkwardness at all ..
And the OZ bootloader is not working.
So for any pointers that will dulcify my pre-OS boot experience here, PLEASE SHARE THEM MY WAY!