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I converted boot from Clover to OC 0.5.8. Everything is fine. I even solved few sleep/wake problems I have.

 

I use Catalina disk as a primary boot. OC kicks in regardless whether I use windows or OSX. Every time boot occurs I get this file in the EFI partition. It is supposed to show boot errors, missing drivers, etc.

In my case I cannot figure out why it shows every time. 

 

Please, take a look. maybe you can at least decipher it and send me in the right direction. Oh, yeah: SIP is at 0x67

Thanks in advance

opencore-2020-05-17-230104.txt

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17 hours ago, ashcliffe said:

I converted boot from Clover to OC 0.5.8. Everything is fine. I even solved few sleep/wake problems I have.

 

I use Catalina disk as a primary boot. OC kicks in regardless whether I use windows or OSX. Every time boot occurs I get this file in the EFI partition. It is supposed to show boot errors, missing drivers, etc.

In my case I cannot figure out why it shows every time. 

 

Please, take a look. maybe you can at least decipher it and send me in the right direction. Oh, yeah: SIP is at 0x67

Thanks in advance

opencore-2020-05-17-230104.txt

Change the Misc/Debug/Target to "0".

it will stop reporting any potential issues upon boot.

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On 5/18/2020 at 12:52 PM, Ellybz said:

Change the Misc/Debug/Target to "0".

it will stop reporting any potential issues upon boot.

Thank you. Worked very well!!!!!

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