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I'm a disaster .... now it does not start anymore and I can not mount on windows the efi partition in order to restore it ...



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Do you have a USB disk that can be used to boot from it?

Always use a USB disk to test your new settings and new EFIs.



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I have the usb installation .. from there I tried to start recovery but it fails ... should you get an option to start up without recovery ??



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Why are trying to recover the macOS? You can use the USB to boot the system from it and then select the macOS and then boot into it.



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I did it .. and I copied well I think your folder and now the audio goes !! thank you so much!!!! (copying your folder I do not have to reset anything right ??) thank you so much !!! : D: D: D we hear it: P: P thank you very much ... without you I would never have succeeded ... thank you very much ... you are a myth !!!!



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I did it .. and I copied well I think your folder and now the audio goes !! thank you so much!!!! (copying your folder I do not have to reset anything right ??) thank you so much !!! : D: D: D we hear it: P: P thank you very much ... without you I would never have succeeded ... thank you very much ... you are a myth !!!!

You're welcome :)



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how I did it un plunged Mac ssd. loaded windows ten from usb on to other hd updated windows. plugged Mac hd back in. booted from a high Sierra usb install use disk utility and repaired permissions  on the high Sierra ssd. and choose  high Sierra as start up disk.(I had to repair permissions on the high Sierra ssd as you can not see it in boot menu 







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