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  1. It can but this configuration is little outdated, I'll try to update my EFI for next few days
  2. Remove my USB ssdt then you should be fine.
  3. No, copy it to /EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched follow the guide
  4. Try this https://hackintosher.com/guides/generating-coffee-lake-ssdt-hackintosh/
  5. Check sleep/wake, if it works then SpeedStep should working normally.
  6. Did you try PluginType? Use latest Clover Bootloader & Configurator, enable PluginType in ACPI/SSDT/Generate
  7. https://github.com/piiiggg/ASRock-H110M-G-M2
  8. piiggggg

    Clover problems report & features request

    Mine too 1 SSD, macOS High Sierra vol name = macOS (same with DefaultBootVolume) Timeout = 5 Clover still boot into macOS even Clover found macOS install when I try to update
  9. piiggggg

    Clover problems report & features request

    But it didn't switch back to my macOS partition. If I have more option, Clover will switch to update when I reboot from App Store. Or if Clover can't find that update partition, it'll switch back to my macOS partition. That's simple
  10. piiggggg

    Clover problems report & features request

    I mean, we have Default Boot Volume to help Clover to boot into "that partition" when you Clover starting. I set it to my macOS volume, it works perfectly but when I try to update to some macOS version. App Store will create a volume name "macOS install" right, so what I asking for is can you make more option like Default Boot Volume 2, 3,... If Clover can't find the first Default Boot Volume 1, it'll boot into Default Boot Volume 2. It'll make we update macOS easier
  11. piiggggg

    Clover problems report & features request

    You are right, that way I can set App Store to update macOS automatically
  12. piiggggg

    Clover problems report & features request

    No, I mean we have an option to set default boot volume right? But it only boots into 1 volume, sometimes I need to update macOS. App Store will create another volume of macOS Install or something, anyway I can make Clover boot into macOS install first like BIOS. If Clover can't find macOS install then it'll boot into second default boot volume like macOS system
  13. piiggggg

    Clover problems report & features request

    I mean make Clover boot like BIOS, if Clover can't find macOS installer to update. It'll boot into macOS partition, it'll make update easier. Also, I'm using the latest.
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