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Hi, I have two questions.

What is different between DataHub-Generic-PlatformNVRAM and SMBIOS in OpenCore?

is it possible to add setting boot-loader to  OpenCore Picker (similar to Clover, to emergency verbose mode when boot stuck or something..)?

Thanks for reply. 

Generally, you really only want to be filling out "Generic" and setting PlatformInfo->Automatic=true
It will generate everything under DataHub/PlatformNVRAM/SMBIOS for you if configured this way, rather than having to manually specify all those.
 

There are various key combinations you can use (like a real mac) to enter safe or verbose mode. There isn't any other way to manipulate it from within the picker though. You could use OpenShell/EFIShell to edit the config.plist and restart but I generally wouldn't recommend leaving a shell in your tools folder

On 11/23/2020 at 2:11 PM, 1Revenger1 said:

Generally, you really only want to be filling out "Generic" and setting PlatformInfo->Automatic=true
It will generate everything under DataHub/PlatformNVRAM/SMBIOS for you if configured this way, rather than having to manually specify all those.
 

There are various key combinations you can use (like a real mac) to enter safe or verbose mode. There isn't any other way to manipulate it from within the picker though. You could use OpenShell/EFIShell to edit the config.plist and restart but I generally wouldn't recommend leaving a shell in your tools folder

Hello.
I have the same opinion as him.
That item is written in SampleCustom.plist, but not in Sample.plist.

I set it from Sample.plist using ProperTree.

Here's what we've inherited from Clover:

 

MLB supports Board Serial Number in Clover.

 

SystemProductName corresponds to ProductName.

 

System UUID corresponds to SmUUID.

 

SystemSerialNumber corresponds to SerialNumber.

 

The ROM is set the MAC address, as everyone says.

 

Good luck.

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