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Hi everyone, I've another problem, now all work but I've a problem with Clover, I can't make it works, I've formatted the EFI partition in FAT32 and installed Clover in the EFI partition, I marked the partition as active and when I boot it up I get this. Any ideas?

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UEFI doesn't have such things as "active" partition. Adding boot options using EasyUEFI on Windows ( target CloverX64.efi ) should do the trick



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UEFI doesn't have such things as "active" partition. Adding boot options using EasyUEFI on Windows ( target CloverX64.efi ) should do the trick

I can enter in Yosemite with the USB, what should I do?


Ok, I've reinstalled it and now I get this

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Any ideas?



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Any ideas?

Why does it sounds like you aren't using Clover at all ( or at least install it wrong ) ?



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Why does it sounds like you aren't using Clover at all ( or at least install it wrong ) ?

Now I get boot1 error



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Now I get boot1 error

Now obviously you are install it wrong



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Now obviously you are install it wrong

 

I have the HFS+ partition were is installed Yosemite as active, is it right?



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How you install Clover? In Legacy or UEFI?



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How you install Clover? In Legacy or UEFI?

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Hmm, you don't installed Clover correctly.

 

Like i said in your another topic, Clover doesn't use this boot sectors.



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Hmm, you don't installed Clover correctly.

 

Like i said in your another topic, Clover doesn't use this boot sectors.

So what should I do? This is my situation, what's wrong with it?

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BIOS configuration?



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BIOS configuration?

What? I have optimized default.



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Read: http://olarila.com/f...php?f=28&t=4084



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Hi,

 

The first 2 screens are from Chameleon if i'm correct. 

And why use fdisk? It should not be needed. Disk2s4 has been marked active, which is your Yosemite i guess, this would be incorrect if Clover was installed in the ESP.

I guess the ESP is on either disk1 or disk0

 

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Report here.



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Hi,

 

The first 2 screens are from Chameleon if i'm correct. 

And why use fdisk? It should not be needed. Disk2s4 has been marked active, which is your Yosemite i guess, this would be incorrect if Clover was installed in the ESP.

I guess the ESP is on either disk1 or disk0

 

Type: 

diskutil list

Report here.

Yes, disk2s4 is were is installed Yosemite.

diskutil list:

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mkdir /Volumes/EFI
sudo mount -t msdos /dev/disk2s1 /Volumes/EFI

If it containes a folder EFI > Clover, set the bios boot order option to that HDD first. (Has been mentioned before)

 

 

BIOS configuration?



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mkdir /Volumes/EFI
sudo mount -t msdos /dev/disk2s1 /Volumes/EFI

If it containes a folder EFI > Clover, set the bios boot order option to that HDD first. (Has been mentioned before)

 

I don't have the option for the HDD that starts with "UEFI:"
And the pictures in the guide are missing.



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I don't have the option for the HDD that starts with "UEFI:"

 

You need confirm if your hardware support UEFI or not.

 

Take some photos of your BIOS and post here.







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