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OpenCore 0.6.3 - Hide Partitions


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I recently switched to OC and everything runs stable. Now it is the time for customization :) 

 

Everytime I boot I see two Windows Partitions in the picker. I can only boot one, but it shows up one more. If I click on the other one, nothing happens, it returns to the OC Boot Screen.

 

How can I hide this partition? I tried HideAuxiliary, but it didn't work. 

 

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                     key>Misc</key>

                        <key>HideAuxiliary</key>
                       <true/>

...........                

 

            <dict>

                                <key>Arguments</key>

                                <string></string>

                                <key>Auxiliary</key>

                                <true/>

                                <key>Comment</key>

                                <string>not needed</string>

                                <key>Enabled</key>

                                <true/>

                                <key>Name</key>

                                <string>Windows1</string>

                                <key>Path</key>

                                <string>PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1C,0x1)/Pci(0x0,0x0)/Ata(0x0)/HD(3,MBR,0x808C3AA3,0x1BD7C800,0x1A6800)</string>

                                <key>TextMode</key>

                                <false/>

                        </dict>

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FS0 is my Mac Boot Partition. The HD(2 MBR is the correct Boot Partition for Windows. Any ideas?

 

Edited by madman
1 hour ago, madman said:

How can I hide this partition? I tried HideAuxiliary, but it didn't work. 

In config.plist Hide Auxiliary=Yes if you want then to show temporarily just hit the space bar at the Boot Menu. See attached.13163840.thumb.png.fbd0396716cb2a7d021bef9e4b19ee7b.png

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Edited by eSaF
1 hour ago, madman said:

Thank you, I did that and it works with the UEFI Shell and Reboot. The thing is, I can't disable one HDD MBR with this method. Is there maybe something wrong with the syntax I used? 

I may be wrong here but am I guessing that your installation is a legacy one as I see you mentioned MBR in your post. If your motherboard has UEFI capability why is the installation a legacy one, maybe that is the problem also you need to complete your machine specs in your profile to aid members to help with any problems you are having.

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