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hello

 

 insyde bios have problems with OC

 

I only see apple logo then the UEFI boot stop from the usb

 

just waiting new releases from OC

 

good hack

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2 hours ago, artur_pt said:

hello

 

 insyde bios have problems with OC

 

I only see apple logo then the UEFI boot stop from the usb

 

just waiting new releases from OC

 

good hack

My insyde #2 works.

IgnoreInvalidFlexRatio Yes

ReleaseUsbOwnership Yes

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I think I missed something; it' s my Linux grubx64.efi from OS'es selection menu. -_-

OpenCore is only for UEFI firmware isn't it? No way with Legacy right?

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6 hours ago, Andrey1970 said:

My insyde #2 works.

IgnoreInvalidFlexRatio Yes

ReleaseUsbOwnership Yes

 

hello same behavior with that

 

my config

 

config.plist.zip

 

thanks

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4 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

hi

Is inside OC a similar ACPI fix I use in clover?

FixIpic

FixRegions

DeleteUnused

FixMutex

FixHeaders

 

Thank you

 

 

FixIpic = use DSDT/SSDT

FixRegions = RebaseRegions

DeleteUnused = use DSDT/SSDT

FixMutex = use DSDT/SSDT

FixHeaders = NormalizeHeaders

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@vit9696

Recent Z390 Aptio V motherboards don’t support native NVRAM with AptioFixPkg. With Clover the solution is to use EmuVariableUefi.efi.  Is there any way to emulate NVRAM with OpenCore?

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1 hour ago, Download-Fritz said:

try verbose?

 

hello fritz

 

how I do that , I have -v in boot

 

only can do select what partition to boot , next apple logo, and stop the boot

 

no verbose output

 

good to talk with you :thumbsup_anim:

 

thanks

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18 minutes ago, artur_pt said:

 

hello fritz

 

how I do that , I have -v in boot

 

only can do select what partition to boot , next apple logo, and stop the boot

 

no verbose output

 

good to talk with you :thumbsup_anim:

 

thanks

 

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Posted (edited)

Hello all.

 

How to change boot priority in bootpick? I want my macOS Mojave partition  ( #3 iMacPro) as primary boot. 

Is the asterisk showing automatic boot partition or?

Now I have:

 

* 1. BOOTCAMP Windows  (not booting with OC BOOTx64.efi. Why?)

   2. EFI  (Which EFI Partition?  (I have 2 nvme m.2 disk in my rig) Can I hide this partition?

   3. BACKUP (my backup-partition on my second nvme m.2 disk) Can I hide this partition?

   3. iMacPro (the partition I want to boot automatically to)

   4. Recovery 10.14.4 (dmg) 

 

Any ideas?

 

Edited by obus

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1 minute ago, obus said:

Hello all.

 

How to change boot priority in bootpick? I want my macOS Mojave partition  ( #3 iMacPro) as primary boot.

Now I have:

 

* 1. BOOTCAMP Windows  (not booting with OC BOOTx64.efi. Why?)

   2. EFI  (Which EFI Partition?  (I have 2 nvme m.2 disk in my rig) Can I hide this partition?

   3. BACKUP (my backup-partition on my second nvme m.2 disk) Can I hide this partition?

   3. iMacPro (the partition I want to boot automatically to)

   4. Recovery 10.14.4 (dmg) 

 

Any ideas?

 

This feature has not yet been implemented.
Developers are working on its implementation.

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2 hours ago, obus said:

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* 1. BOOTCAMP Windows  (not booting with OC BOOTx64.efi. Why?)

...

 

Any ideas?

 

Malformed dsdt / ssdt / patches -> rework or try with IgnoreForWindows=YES

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hello

 

now I see the verbose boot .. must clear nvram ..

 

panic cpu in ivy bridge

 

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thanks

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, uglyJoe said:

Malformed dsdt / ssdt / patches -> rework or try with IgnoreForWindows=YES

IgnoreForWindows=YES under ACPI/patch or wear?:whistle:

Edited by obus

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Nearly there! 

How to hide BACKUP.

It's not working in quirks. Primary boot partition should be iMacPro and not my backup disk.

Can I hide BACKUP I imagine that prime partition will be iMacPro.

 

* 3. BACKUP (my backup-partition on my second nvme m.2 disk) Can I hide this partition?

    3. iMacPro (the partition I want to boot automatically to)

    4. Recovery 10.14.4 (dmg) 

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21 minutes ago, Download-Fritz said:

you cannot without disconnecting it or rendering it unbootable

Is there a way to boot straight into my iMacPro (osMAC) partition at all for the moment without disconnect my backup drive?:) 

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Bumping with my issue again since it got buried... honestly I don't know why we have these mega threads when questions get buried faster than they can be viewed or answered.

 

Z390 Chipset, macOS is installed to my NVME Samsung 960 Pro, is seen by Clover when booting but not seen by OC when booting. Another Z390 user has this same issue. Z370 seems to not have this issue, we've tried the exact same setup as the Z370 user and no go. An issue was posted on the bug tracker and it was closed and told people to come here for support. 

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3 minutes ago, MrTrip said:

Bumping with my issue again since it got buried... honestly I don't know why we have these mega threads when questions get buried faster than they can be viewed or answered.

 

Z390 Chipset, macOS is installed to my NVME Samsung 960 Pro, is seen by Clover when booting but not seen by OC when booting. Another Z390 user has this same issue. Z370 seems to not have this issue, we've tried the exact same setup as the Z370 user and no go. An issue was posted on the bug tracker and it was closed and told people to come here for support. 

yup still waiting for the same issue

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3 minutes ago, MrTrip said:

Bumping with my issue again since it got buried... honestly I don't know why we have these mega threads when questions get buried faster than they can be viewed or answered.

 

Z390 Chipset, macOS is installed to my NVME Samsung 960 Pro, is seen by Clover when booting but not seen by OC when booting. Another Z390 user has this same issue. Z370 seems to not have this issue, we've tried the exact same setup as the Z370 user and no go. An issue was posted on the bug tracker and it was closed and told people to come here for support. 

 

Is this option turned on in your config.plist?

 

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