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After updating to 10.15.4 I have this problem when trying to change boot disk with bless tool in System Preferences:1885804753_Screenshot2020-03-29at20_57_23.thumb.png.6383137fb96f0b083c203aa50d4f4245.pngAny ideas?

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14 minutes ago, obus said:

After updating to 10.15.4 I have this problem when trying to change boot disk with bless tool in System Preferences:imageproxy.php?img=&key=c17464ef1b1b51c71885804753_Screenshot2020-03-29at20_57_23.thumb.png.6383137fb96f0b083c203aa50d4f4245.pngAny ideas?

Clover v.5107 has no this issue

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2 hours ago, obus said:

After updating to 10.15.4 I have this problem when trying to change boot disk with bless tool in System Preferences:imageproxy.php?img=&key=c17464ef1b1b51c71885804753_Screenshot2020-03-29at20_57_23.thumb.png.6383137fb96f0b083c203aa50d4f4245.pngAny ideas?

 

I had this problem when I updated to 10.15.4.

 

What I did was: 

1. In BIOS, change boot disk to MacOS drive. I have two NVME drives, one loaded with MacOS, one with Windows. After updating to 10.15.4, the boot preference was reset to Windows Boot Manager.

2. Boot into Windows (using boot loader menu), change boot disk to MacOS.

3. Boot back to MacOS, I can freely choose Windows boot disk

 

Not sure if this will help. If not, maybe try clear nvram?

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12 hours ago, addoil said:

 

I had this problem when I updated to 10.15.4.

 

What I did was: 

1. In BIOS, change boot disk to MacOS drive. I have two NVME drives, one loaded with MacOS, one with Windows. After updating to 10.15.4, the boot preference was reset to Windows Boot Manager.

2. Boot into Windows (using boot loader menu), change boot disk to MacOS.

3. Boot back to MacOS, I can freely choose Windows boot disk

 

Not sure if this will help. If not, maybe try clear nvram?

Tested this but unfortunately it didn't work for me. I have the same config as you with Windows 10 on a separate disk with it's own EFI.

Are you booting Windows in the same way or are you booting with only one EFI on your main macOS disk? If so could you please share your config.plist/EFI.

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On 12/7/2019 at 4:17 AM, addoil said:

 

If you plug your iPhone into the ASM3142 USB ports, do you still see "Extra Operating Current (mA): 1600" as in your picture?

 

 

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Hi @addoil.

 

Did you fix this problem?

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