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You need to go into your laptop's EUFI settings and select the file to boot from.  It's /Volumes/EFI/EFI/BOOT/CLOVERX64.efi.  Then, select your EFI partition as the next boot partition.  That way, your laptop knows to boot from EFI.  Otherwise, it will look to boot from your system volume.

 

I don't see anywhere to modify UEFI settings in BIOS.  Am I missing something?



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I don't see anywhere to modify UEFI settings in BIOS.  Am I missing something?

 

Use the bootloader on your USB drive.  Just before you see the Clover page, there should be some code in the upper left corner for about 1-2 seconds.  Right after you see that, click on the Esc key a few times.  That should bring up the UEFI settings page in your BIOS.

 

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Ok, I got it.  Thank you for taking the time to help me.  I really appreciate it.  For some reason, my wifi card isn't being recognized.



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Ok, I got it.  Thank you for taking the time to help me.  I really appreciate it.  For some reason, my wifi card isn't being recognized.

 

If you have the stock intel wifi card, it will never work.  Go on eBay and get yourself an Atheros wifi card, the half-mini pci-e, and install that instead.  You may also want to swap your bluetooth card as well.  Each is about $10 or less.  I use the Atheros AR9285.



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Any ideas on Yosemite, guys?  :thumbsup_anim:



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I swapped my bluetooth and wifi cards to broadcom cards that are compatible for Handoff and Continuity.  Both are working for me.  Continuity worked without any modifications.  Handoff required the patch found here:

 

http://www.insanelym...le-bt4-devices/



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I swapped my bluetooth and wifi cards to broadcom cards that are compatible for Handoff and Continuity. Both are working for me. Continuity worked without any modifications. Handoff required the patch found here:

http://www.insanelym...le-bt4-devices/

Nice, thanks for the info





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