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hai un altro mac? se si  installa clover su una chiavetta ...poi sostituisci la efi con la tua funzionante e fai il boot  con lei

hai un altro mac? se si  installa clover su una chiavetta ...poi sostituisci la efi con la tua funzionante e fai il boot  con lei

hai un altro mac? se si  installa clover su una chiavetta ...poi sostituisci la efi con la tua funzionante e fai il boot  con lei

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8 hours ago, MARZILLO said:

hai un altro mac? se si  installa clover su una chiavetta ...poi sostituisci la efi con la tua funzionante e fai il boot  con lei

hai un altro mac? se si  installa clover su una chiavetta ...poi sostituisci la efi con la tua funzionante e fai il boot  con lei

hai un altro mac? se si  installa clover su una chiavetta ...poi sostituisci la efi con la tua funzionante e fai il boot  con lei

Hai ragione, mi ero proprio dimenticato si potesse fare.Per fortuna ho il MacBook Pro aziendale per poterlo fare :D

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un'ultima domanda, quando si aggiorna clover da una versione vecchia ad una più nuova, oltre i kext devono essere copiati anche il file config e i dsdt? 

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se aggiorni i file te li ritrovi  esattamente dove erano...se invece cancelli la efi e aggiorni i file li devi rimettere esattamente dove erano

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17 hours ago, MARZILLO said:

se aggiorni i file te li ritrovi  esattamente dove erano...se invece cancelli la efi e aggiorni i file li devi rimettere esattamente dove erano

quindi devo copiare la nuova cartella efi sulla vecchia e sovrascrivere i vecchi file?

15 hours ago, foskvs said:

Attento ai drivers64UEFI. Controlla di sovrascrivere quelli giusti.

ovvero? non devo sovrascrivere qualche driver?

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No, intendo che Clover ti elimina quelli attuali. Controlla nelle importazioni "Ad Hoc" di selezionare i driver giusti.

config.plist kext e tabelle ACPI non vengono toccati dall'installer di Clover.

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