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1 minute ago, arsradu said:

Could probably work with both. But make sure you use Lilu DEBUG

 

Ok thanks ^_^

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here I am again, and I'm beginning to think that I have 2 EFI folders, that appears one at a time... but I don't know where, or how they appear randomly... how to verify that...?

the first one EFI is from may fresh install, the second one EFI is from my usb installer... 

 

config.plist.zip

config 2.plist.zip

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24 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

here I am again, and I'm beginning to think that I have 2 EFI folders, that appears one at a time... but I don't know where, or how they appear randomly... how to verify that...?

the first one EFI is from may fresh install, the second one EFI is from my usb installer... 

 

config.plist.zip

config 2.plist.zip

 

You DO have two EFI folders. :) That's the problem. You don't just have two EFI folders. You also have a different Clover installation in each one of them.

 

Now, which one of these two configs is the one from the Mojave EFI (the fresh one)? It needs some tweaking to work.

I'll compare with the old one and come back with possibly a working config. Just please, make a note of the Mojave EFI partition (should be disk1s1 if I saw it right in your diskutil list file).

You've got High Sierra EFI at disk0s1 and Mojave EFI at disk1s1. So that's the one that we want.

 

Is the config above from that partition?

Also, are you using Intel HD video? Or you have a dedicated video card? Cause there is nv_disable=1 flag added. And...I'm not sure why, or if you need it. I left it there, in case you need it.

 

UPDATE: please, mount the Mojave EFI partition (make sure it's the correct one) with Clover Configurator, and replace the config you have there, with the one attached. That should at least give you a bootable system. If not sound, as well. I hope you didn't remove the Clover EFI folder entirely, cause if you did, we'll need to reinstall Clover, take care of drivers and kexts, and only after that, resume our work. Which wouldn't be efficient at all. Otherwise, if you kept it like I told you, and only generated a new config, we should be good to go pretty soon.

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2 minutes ago, arsradu said:

 

You DO have two EFI folders. :) That's the problem. You don't just have two EFI folders. You also have two different Clover installations in each one of them.

 

Now, which one of these two configs is the one from the Mojave EFI (the fresh one)? It needs some tweaking to work.

I'll compare with the old one and come back with possibly a working config. Just please, make a note of the Mojave EFI partition (should be disk1s1 if I saw it right in your diskutil list file).

You've got High Sierra EFI at disk0s1 and Mojave EFI at disk1s1. So that's the one that we want.

 

Is the config above from that partition?

 

CloverConfigurator can reveal each drive and it's partition he need to unmount High Sierra partitions from Disk Utility to simplify the thing.

Also 5 is not present in Devices=>Audio, -xcpm missing, PluginType while he dropped CpuPm and Cpu0Ist, need to remove any SSDT/DSDT from patched, need to add USB3 patches and some other patches.

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Just now, ammoune78 said:

 

CloverConfigurator can reveal each drive and it's partition he need to unmount High Sierra partitions from Disk Utility to simplify the thing.

Also 5 is not present in Devices=>Audio, -xcpm missing, PluginType while he dropped CpuPm and Cpu0Ist, need to remove any SSDT/DSDT from patched, need to add USB3 patches and some other patches.

 

All in good time. :) As I said, there are a few things that need to be tweaked.

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1 minute ago, arsradu said:

 

All in good time. :) As I said, there are a few things that need to be tweaked.

Yep, i just say that for remembering and pushing help ^_^, because if you open the config plist with plist editor, you'll find disabled things, maybe good if you can remove them, so finding things will be much easier, other patches you'll do them, then i'll use some because in the same time i'm building my Ozmosis rom, and I hope if it'll be the last time. some things didn't worked, and now I need to move to F7 version, so i'm here with you and continuing my work :hysterical:

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10 minutes ago, ammoune78 said:

Yep, i just say that for remembering and pushing help ^_^, because if you open the config plist with plist editor, you'll find disabled things, maybe good if you can remove them, so finding things will be much easier, other patches you'll do them, then i'll use some because in the same time i'm building my Ozmosis rom, and I hope if it'll be the last time. some things didn't worked, and now I need to move to F7 version, so i'm here with you and continuing my work :hysterical:

 

Yep. Starting with the minimum requirements in config is always better than starting with a full blown config with a lot of tweaks (some of which you might not even need). It's a lot easier to debug a minimalistic config with very few options, than a heavy config with a lot of options. So, as I said, we're gonna start small. First with a bootable system, then we'll add the other tweaks, if necessary. In my opinion, some of them are not even necessary. But I guess we'll see. In my opinion, the fewer the options you add, the better.

 

Anyway, first we need to make the system bootable back again.

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2 minutes ago, arsradu said:

 

Yep. Starting with a minimum requirements in config is always better than starting with a full blown config with a lot of tweaks (some of which you might not even need). It's a lot easier to debug a minimalistic config with very few options, than a heavy config with a lot of options. So, as I said, we'll gonna start small. First with a bootable system, then we'll add the other tweaks, if necessary. In my opinion, some of them are not even necessary. But I guess we'll see.

 

Anyway, first we need to make the system bootable back again.

 

Yes for sure, i also don't use to many things if using clover in my desktop, just to be sure everything is working. I'm following you, and i'll pickup some thing from the last config, to use it in the KernextPatcher if not present for my Z97M board, as we all have same chipset.

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For simplifying the things after finishing the things that I have to do in High Sierra, I'm going to disconnect the ssd from 10.13.x and the only connected is the one with Mojave... 

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2 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

For simplifying the things after finishing the things that I have to do in High Sierra, I'm going to disconnect the ssd from 10.13.x and the only connected is the one with Mojave... 

 

That should be best. You will still have two EFIs though, if you're booting from the USB. :P One of the USB itself, and one of the Mojave SSD. Just a reminder.

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Oh! I see it now. Sorry. I was like...what Create Install Media app? default_smile.png)) Yeah, you're right. Now I see it too. Though, I have to say, it's the first time I see that app.

 

But...using my detective skills, and googling skills, I determined that it should be this app: https://github.com/chris1111/Create-Install-Media

As for your WiFI & BT adapter question, uhm, no, I'm not using something like that. So I can't really advise you on the matter. Though I did think about purchasing one. Not sure how useful would be...for a Desktop PC... I mean, that's pretty much what hold me back from purchasing one in the first place.

 

 

I swapped out my z270g onboard card with a apple card in an adapter, sits a bit high without the shield cover in one side but 0d74974899beb4070dad22262fedd4f0.heic&key=8511df03f8552aa7f51eca999704a73db4896479f324991ebf9bcffc181f0650works oob like a charm

bbfc11568406630ac6634f341a78ef25.heic&key=507b5ebdaef348305394806ab14da3fd89ea08b260e4fbf46bdab7a756dd3dec

 

Boot camp drivers gets it running on windows no problem at all too

 

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49 minutes ago, Danual said:

I swapped out my z270g onboard card with a apple card in an adapter, sits a bit high without the shield cover in one side but works oob like a charm
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

 

 

 

Glad you got everything sorted out. May I ask where did you get them from? :)

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11 minutes ago, arsradu said:

 

Glad you got everything sorted out. May I ask where did you get them from? :)

Sorry, replied to the wrong person, it was to the guy asking you. But yes, I got them here, 

 

The pig tail was because the original couldn’t quite reach the socket on the Apple board because it sat higher

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Just now, Danual said:

 

Yeah, I've noticed that part. :)) But still, thank you for sharing. And thanks for the links.

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here I am, fresh from sleep, coff coff... :P and mounted EFI in the disk, not usb, and replaced config.plist with yours, and replaced all 1.2.8 v2 e lilu.... and no devices or sound, what next?

Running the runme app...

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4 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

here I am, fresh from sleep, coff coff... :P and mounted EFI in the disk, not usb, and replaced config.plist with yours, and replaced all 1.2.8 v2 e lilu.... and no devices or sound, what next

 

Change 5 from Devices=>Audio to 1 save config.plist and then reboot, if no sound, change from 1 to 2, do same steps, reboot and try 3, same thing reboot and 7

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I'm in 3 in devices and only boot with -x and nv- disable=1 because of continuous KP's, and now can't mount EFI... clover configurator is in a loop too...

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2 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

I'm in 3 in devices and only boot with -x because of continuous KP's, and now can't mount EFI... clover configurator is in a loop too...

 

Boot with USB, once at desktop remove it, mount your efi. You didn't make change on files, you only open config.plist and change the layout from devices=>Audio is it right?

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ok, I have an odd question, am I the only one getting Tearing with GTX 660 accelerated?

 

this is what I am talking about.

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6 minutes ago, ammoune78 said:

 

Boot with USB, once at desktop remove it, mount your efi. You didn't make change on files, you only open config.plist and change the layout from devices=>Audio is it right?

at the moment I only boot with usb, and now with the KP's and booting in safe mode I can't mount the EFI with clover configurator... 

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Not since I got it running, the 750TI is using a GM107 vs the 660 using a GK106. and I didn't find a GM100 kext native, though they have a GK100 kext.

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both are Kepler chips. so I didn't know if I needed to Edit the default kexts to get the GM running vs just using the GK card.

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