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  1. moonbasealpha, do you mind sharing your CLOVER directory?
  2. Any ideas? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. There you go. I understand the need to hide your s/n on a real Apple product, but why also hide it from the config file if it's a fake one anyway that's generated by Clover (or is it not fake?) ? CLOVER.zip
  4. Tried to boot with -v nv_disable=1. Got this: Tried to boot with -v npci=0x2000 nv_disable=1. Got this: The BIOS settings are attached to the post. 170614234139.BMP 170614234151.BMP 170614234155.BMP 170614234204.BMP 170614234219.BMP 170614234223.BMP 170614234223.BMP
  5. Good, will do that tonight. Thanks!
  6. No I can't. It gives me the same error.
  7. My what? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Hi Allan, Thank you for your post. USB 3 settings are all disabled in the BIOS. I'm booting with the following args : -v npci=0x2000 nvda_drv =1 rootless = 0 Using MacPro 6,1 as the SMBIOS. I tried to boot without "USB Injection" but the result is the same.
  9. Hi, Since that update, my computer won't boot. I've attached the verbose here. I have no clue what is wrong in this log. Any help is appreciated. X79-UD5 3930k GTX 660Ti Thank you
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    Gigabyte X79-UP4 macOS Sierra (SUCCESS)

    The best way to make sure you're booting from the right one is to unplug everything else. I know it can be a hassle but it clears every bit of ambiguity. If I were you I'd unplug everything, try to boot from the USB and try to understand how to boot from it with trial and error. Do you use Clover Configurator to manage your clover config plist? It's way more user friendly than editing the plist file itself. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Gigabyte X79-UP4 macOS Sierra (SUCCESS)

    Did you select "Install Clover in ESP" when installing Clover? Also, read the description of "Install Clover in ESP". You'll need to format the EFI "AKA ESP" partition using : newfs_msdos -v EFI -F 32 /dev/rdisk#s# Here's what I use
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    Gigabyte X79-UP4 macOS Sierra (SUCCESS)

    You have a Gigabyte board? Upon bootup, when you see the Gigabyte logo, press F12. You'll then see a list of all your plugged in drives. Select the one you want to boot on and hit enter. Also, one thing I like to do is setup different themes on each Clover install. That way, you know for a fact that you've booted on the right device.
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    Gigabyte X79-UP4 macOS Sierra (SUCCESS)

    Guys, I was wondering. I'm never sure whether I plugged my SSD on the right SATA port or not. I have a GA-X79-UD5. @JD Apollo and others : On your GA-X79-UP4, where did you plug it? On the white, black or gray SATA port and why? Thanks in advance!
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    Gigabyte X79-UP4 macOS Sierra (SUCCESS)

    Install Clover onto a USB you don't need. It can be a small one like 512mb. Once the install is finished, replace its EFI folder by one you know that works with your system. Test it by trying to boot from it. When you're sure it is working properly, you can make change to your system's main config (on your HDD/SSD) and if you screwed up, you can boot back from the usb key. Make sure to keep that usb key in a safe place as it's your backup plan for booting on your hackintosh. Cheers!