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Try it: in 64 UEFI driver, do not select emuvariableUefi.
On my current setup I have not done.
I repeat it a try.


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Ok, now I have GPT with MBR protective, is it enough? Or I have to have a full GPT drive, or GPT with MBR protective and full GPT are the same?

However now I don't have the option to boot in UEFI mode the HDD and I if I try to boot I get a strange boot0 error.

 

 

Yes, when I say pure GPT, I mean a drive with a GUID Partition Table and Protective MBR.

 

Reading your other thread, the problem might be the presence of Chimera's boot0 in the bootsector when you installed Voldemort's tools in your Yosemite drive ---> preventing the drive from booting in UEFI mode (these boot files are only required for legacy bootloaders).

 

If you have converted the hybrid MBR to protective MBR with GDisk, the next step is to try to get rid of boot0 from the bootsector by formatting your EFI partition, then copying over the EFI folder from your Yosemite USB installer

 

1.  In terminal, type

diskutil list
diskutil unmount /dev/disk#s1 (where #=disk number of the Yosemite HD)
sudo newfs_msdos -v EFI -F 32 /dev/rdisk#s1 

2.  Re-mount the EFI partition on the Yosemite HD and copy the EFI folder from your Yosemite installer USB to the EFI partition

3.  Reboot your computer into its BIOS setup and give first boot priority to your Yosemite hard drive.

 

 

 

If the above fails, you may need to completely wipe the drive and reinitialise it as a GPT drive...

 

1.  Backup your important data

 

2.  Boot into your Windows drive and open an elevated command prompt with administrative privileges.

 

3.  Type the following lines, followed by <Enter>:

diskpart
list disk
select disk # (replace # with the drive number of your drive you want to use)
clean (makes the drive as if it came out of the factory)
convert gpt
create partition efi size=200
format quick fs=fat32 label=”EFI”
create partition msr size=128
create partition primary size=n (n=size of the desired Windows or DATA partition in MB)
format quick fs=ntfs label=“Windows”
exit

You can then reinstall Yosemite in the left over empty space on the drive....

 

Obviously if all else fails, the final option is to boot the drive in legacy mode by installing legacy Clover as described by @gengik84.

 

Good Luck!



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Try it: in 64 UEFI driver, do not select emuvariableUefi.
On my current setup I have not done.
I repeat it a try.

 

Nope, same problem.


Yes, when I say pure GPT, I mean a drive with a GUID Partition Table and Protective MBR.

 

Reading your other thread, the problem might be the presence of Chimera's boot0 in the bootsector when you installed Voldemort's tools in your Yosemite drive ---> preventing the drive from booting in UEFI mode (these boot files are only required for legacy bootloaders).

 

If you have converted the hybrid MBR to protective MBR with GDisk, the next step is to try to get rid of boot0 from the bootsector by formatting your EFI partition, then copying over the EFI folder from your Yosemite USB installer

 

1.  In terminal, type

diskutil list
diskutil unmount /dev/disk#s1 (where #=disk number of the Yosemite HD)
sudo newfs_msdos -v EFI -F 32 /dev/rdiskXs1 

2.  Re-mount the EFI partition on the Yosemite HD and copy the EFI folder from your Yosemite installer USB to the EFI partition

3.  Reboot your computer into its BIOS setup and give first boot priority to your Yosemite hard drive.

 

 

 

If the above fails, you may need to completely wipe the drive and reinitialise it as a GPT drive...

 

1.  Backup your important data

 

2.  Boot into your Windows drive and open an elevated command prompt with administrative privileges.

 

3.  Type the following lines, followed by <Enter>:

diskpart
list disk
select disk # (replace # with the drive number of your drive you want to use)
clean (makes the drive as if it came out of the factory)
convert gpt
create partition efi size=200
format quick fs=fat32 label=”EFI”
create partition msr size=128
create partition primary size=n (n=size of the desired Windows or DATA partition in MB)
format quick fs=ntfs label=“Windows”
exit

You can then reinstall Yosemite in the left over empty space on the drive....

 

Obviously if all else fails, the final option is to boot the drive in legacy mode by installing legacy Clover as described by @gengik84.

 

Good Luck!

Ehm... I've installed Yosemite with Uni****t, because If I try to install Yosemite with Clover I can't boot it, so I haven't the EFI folder in the USB. I've formatted the EFI partition in FAT32 and installed Clover trough the installer.

I've tried to install Clover in legacy mode but it can't see any devices, the only boot loader that works with me seems to be Chimera :|



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on the official site asus no mention of an actual UEFI bios.

Clover wants firmware Unified



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on the official site asus no mention of an actual UEFI bios.

Clover wants firmware Unified

So what should I do?



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other evidence:

Mount the EFI partition of the 'HD, copy and replace the existing efi with that of USB.
Repair permissions and cache. (for safety)
Restart


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other evidence:

Mount the EFI partition of the 'HD, copy and replace the existing efi with that of USB.
Repair permissions and cache. (for safety)
Restart

 

Nope, same error.



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you should:

save all your data
format the 'full HD in mac extended journaled, GUID partition table.
Recreate the bootable USB with clover in legacy mode.
do not use other tools.
reinstall
 
P.s:How many gigabytes is HD?


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you should:

save all your data
format the 'full HD in mac extended journaled, GUID partition table.
Recreate the bootable USB with clover in legacy mode.
do not use other tools.
reinstall
 
P.s:How many gigabytes is HD?

 

1TB, I've already tried to create the USB with clover in legacy mode, but it can't see any devices.



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when you start the installation of OSX, by disk utilities you do not see any HD?

as currently it formatted the HD?



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when you start the installation of OSX, by disk utilities you do not see any HD?

as currently it formatted the HD?

Nope, I boot from the USB and nothing happens, it skips the boot to the next drive.



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Nope, I boot from the USB and nothing happens, it skips the boot to the next drive.

I'm talking about steps to reinstall, not to go through boot from USB ....
if you do not have ability to reinstall using the USB, the problem is there ..
What method did you use to create it?
I repeat, the HD is in GUID?


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I'm talking about steps to reinstall, not to go through boot from USB ....
if you do not have ability to reinstall using the USB, the problem is there ..
What method did you use to create it?
I repeat, the HD is in GUID?

 

Yes, is in GUID.

I followed this guide: http://www.tonymacx8...ing-clover.html

If I boot through the USB to install Yosemite with Clover it fails and skips the boot to the next drive.



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Those tools are not allowed.

Moreover, personalemente, absolutely they do not like.
Create problems both before and after installation.
I suggest you re-create the usb and do a clean install.
I imagine you have also installed chimera, and the problems of clover can depend on that.
You post a link to create the bootable USB is easy to understand and there is also a video demonstration.
created the usb, the full HD format, reinstall.
 


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Those tools are not allowed.

Moreover, personalemente, absolutely they do not like.
Create problems both before and after installation.
I suggest you re-create the usb and do a clean install.
I imagine you have also installed chimera, and the problems of clover can depend on that.
You post a link to create the bootable USB is easy to understand and there is also a video demonstration.
created the usb, the full HD format, reinstall.
 

 

Ok zio.



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good work..... :)



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good work..... :)

Nope, I installed Yosemite, but I can't continue the installation because Clover doesn't see the HDD where is installed Yosemite.

Spoiler
I think I'll keep Chimera, because here after 6 days of work are raining "le madonne"


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You reinstalled Yosemite on hd, or you have created only the usb?



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You reinstalled Yosemite on hd, or you have created only the usb?

Both, but I can't continue the installation, where you have to login with iCloud ecc..



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Both, but I can't continue the installation, were you have to login with iCloud ecc..

you can do the installation and after configure iCloud, etc.

you can install fine.

in the picture you posted, you have to click on the first entry and reinstall.

I do not think you want to do it.
He says that you want to keep chimera.
I do not know, then, how to help you.






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