Ciao ragazzi! Grazie a questo forum con gente fantastica, sono riuscito a installare OS X e in seguito Win 10 su Clover SULLO STESSO HARD DISK
Ho un problema, di solito utilizzo Kali Linux, la famosa versione di linux in usb in live
Ora avrei la necessita di dedicargli 15gb di partizione del mio Hard Disk PER INSTALLARLA, e l'ho fatto effettivamente creando una partizione VUOTA tramite utility disco di Sierra.
Il problema sorge quando io vado a riavviare il pc e quindi ritrovandomi nella schermata di clover, e vedo sempre il solito OSX e il recovery Osx e al posto di Windows 10, mi trovo la partizione di 15gb che avevo creato per windows(con l'icona di windows)
Siccome ho paura di perdere i dati importanti che avevo su windows, non ho continuato installando Kali, ma mi sono fermato e ho eliminato la partizione sempre da utility di Sierra e come per magia, riavvio e Win10 è di nuovo lì dove dovrebbe stare
Appena creo la partizione vuota, clover me la sostituisce
Che devo fare raga?
Io voglio OSX,Win10 (Che già ho) e Kali(Solo 15gb) sullo stesso hard disk
Senza perdere dati di Win o Mac
Gengik ho visto in precedenti discussioni tue, di andare in GUI da clover config . e togliere Windows da quelli nascosti e l'ho fatto, ma il risultato non cambia.
Grazie per la lettura
Hello, I'm a noob at installing MacOS on my current PC (which is running Windows 10 x64 Pro).
Can I do a dual boot with windows 10 and MacOS Mojave? I already have windows 10 installed and I would like to put and MacOS Mojave, can it? If not, should I reinstall from 0 MacOS Mojave and after Windows 10?
P.S: I have already make a topic about "Can I run MacOS" and the export boys on the forum said to me I can run it.
Hello guys I need help for tuning my system for better working possibilities.
CS:GO not working (other Steam games are OK)
Bad GPU performance 40 fps on OSX Cinebench vs 85 fps on Windows Cinebench
Big audio latency when using line input //edit : problem is gone
Slow start of Viber Desktop, OBS and some web pages //edit : OBS is slow on native MacBook too
Sometime random mouse freezings
Huge lags on latest NVidiaWeb drivers(158, 159)
Sometimes can't awake and stuck on black screen after restart //edit : now is alright. magic!
Sometimes sound start crackling when watching online video //edit : magically gone edit : she come again
It's happens on a both Kernel's :
What info i can provide for better results?
With best regards, Stan.
Send me stanMacs-Pro.zip
I've recently installed High Sierra fresh and I've been having this problem with clover since. It basically shows two options for booting Windows from the EFI partition (Windows EFI, not OS X's):
- Boot Windows EFI from EFI
- Boot Windows From EFI
Only the first works. So, I figured it would fix the problem if I just turn off all Clover's scan options and then created custom entries for OS X and Windows, but the problem still persists. If I find the UUID of Boot Windows from EFI and hide it in Clover Configurator, it will simply hide both Windows boot options, including my custom entry, so somehow it's getting these two entries from the same partition.
What can I do to fix this issue? Let me know if you need my bootlog or anything.
You might have noticed that once you pair your Bluetooth devices in either Mac or Windows, you blatantly need to re-pair the same devices every time in order to utilize them. This is due to the fact, that, despite pairing these devices on the same BT adapter, each OS stores the pairing keys uniquely. My guide is a step-by-step procedure to remedy this problem. If you would like to learn more about the internals of the solution itself, please refer to the following:
- The original thread about fixing this problem can be found here by camoguy. Awesome work!
- The original code for automating the fix is hosted here. Congratulations on your work, I was able to learn Python because of you and your interesting project.
A) Boot into Windows, open Bluetooth preferences.
Pair all Bluetooth devices that you plan on using on both Mac/Windows. You need to pair on Windows first because certain drivers are installed while you pair new devices.
C) Restart into macOS, open your Bluetooth panel.
D) Pair once again the same Bluetooth devices. If you have trouble pairing, lookup how to enable Discovery Mode on your devices.
E) Open Terminal, run chmod +x ~/Desktop/bt.py (this file is attached on this post).
F) Run ~/Desktop/bt.py
G) On you desktop you will find BTFix/BTFix.reg, copy this file on your Windows disk or an external USB disk.
H) Reboot into Windows.
I) Download PSTools and extract it on your Downloads folder (or any other folder).
J) Run cmd.exe as Administrator, navigate to your PSTools folder.
K) Type psexec -s -i C:\Windows\regedit.exe
L) Regedit is now open. Click File -> Import, and select your previously generated BTFix.reg file.
M) Restart Windows.
N) Check that all your Bluetooth devices connect successfully.
Bluetooth 4.0 devices are not covered with this version. As soon as I get a Bluetooth 4.0 capable device in order to experiment, I will update this thread with findings. Waiting for your input too!
bt (El Capitan, Sierra).zip
bt (High Sierra).zip