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Hello everyone,

 

I have a simple problem with my chameleon bootloader. Chameleon seems to have saved the boot-flags I used for my first boot. Everytime I come to the screen where I can pick the OS, I have to hit the delete key and delete the whole box where you normally type in boot flags, because npci=0x300 -v -x ... are always already typed in, making it impossible to use the "time-out" function.

 

I have no idea why this is, especially since my first hackintosh didn't have any problem alike. Also I have searched quite some time now for a solution but can't find one. 

 

(Latest chameleon version is installed.)

 

Help would be greatly appreciated!

 

 

Thanks,

Lukas

 

 



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Can you post org.chameleon.boot.plist content?



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No, the boot loader is not saving them. NVRAM is.

 

To remove flags use Back Space to remove the flags. Then press Spacebar and Enter. On the next boot they will not be there. 



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sudo nvram -c ( just to clear whatever nvram issues you are having). Im assuming you have nvram module installed



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sudo nvram -c ( just to clear whatever nvram issues you are having). Im assuming you have nvram module installed

 

No. Can break messages and other login items. 



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Thanks a lot guys, nvram was the problem. sudo nvram -c solved my issue!

Also, thanks for the very fast replies!

 

I have another problem with shutting my Mac down but since I'm quite busy atm, I'll open up a new thread regarding this bug another day.

 

Lukas







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