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SeriusNtentions

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    APFS.efi without verbose boot

    Thanks echo works great!
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    APFS.efi without verbose boot

    I also confirm this patch works great for me! Thank you!
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    High Sierra slow booting with TRIM enabled

    I fixed my problem. I redid my EFI (Hackintosher method) and verified my bios. TRIM is disabled. I boot quickly again!
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    High Sierra slow booting with TRIM enabled

    On 10.13.1 I was booting in about 20 seconds (trim enabled) . Now on 10.13.2 it it taking 2 minutes with trim enabled. I just built my first Hackintosh and read the Clover wiki to gain a better understanding of the config.plist. I am really stumped at this point as to why this is happening. I upgraded Lilu 1.2.1, fakeSMC, and the new apfs file as per the TonyMac86 and I am using Hackintosher's config.plist since 10.13 which has been working perfectly. I tied resetting permissions, resetting kext cache, putting the kexts in other instead of 10.13. Nothing has worked so far. If someone can take a look at my attached boot.log and point me in the right direction I would very much appreciate it! I normally boot directly into macOS 10.3.2 and hide my preboot volumes, so I only see MacOS, Recovery and Windows 10. Thank you! EDIT: I disabled Trim, checked my BIOS settings and redid my EFI folder and config file. I boot up fast as before, problem solved
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    APFS.efi without verbose boot

    No same here, I tried everything here except the hex change. Have you tried that yet and were you successful? Hey Crusher/Modbin thanks a bunch! This finally did the trick! It only pullsl two repetitive lines above my Gigabyte logo relating to my bios. I normally only see those when I turn off my Gigabyte logo ,,,,so I am really grateful! See video here: https://youtu.be/WLXsfH8ZjJI
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    APFS.efi without verbose boot

    Do I check it off in addition to OsxOptiofixFix2Drv-64 or standalone? Is there anything I need to change via Clover Configurator?
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