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Have updated to 0.6.9 and Big Sur 11.3.1

 

On 0.6.7 -> 0.6.8 update, I have the following issues:

 

1. Mouse doesn't work in OpenCanopy anymore.

2. [SOLVED] Jumpy keypresses at Bootpicker -> Fixed by adjusting some number in UEFI->AppleInput

3. Duplicated Windows 10 boot on BootPicker. What I could remember was during the 0.6.8 update and reboot, it boot into Windows and I let Windows System Update run......

 

For issue 3, can I fix this by following this: https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Multiboot/oc/win.html   ?

 

Thanks.

On 5/6/2021 at 5:42 PM, mengshi said:

Have updated to 0.6.9 and Big Sur 11.3.1

 

On 0.6.7 -> 0.6.8 update, I have the following issues:

 

1. Mouse doesn't work in OpenCanopy anymore.

2. [SOLVED] Jumpy keypresses at Bootpicker -> Fixed by adjusting some number in UEFI->AppleInput

3. Duplicated Windows 10 boot on BootPicker. What I could remember was during the 0.6.8 update and reboot, it boot into Windows and I let Windows System Update run......

 

For issue 3, can I fix this by following this: https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Multiboot/oc/win.html   ?

 

Thanks.

 

3. [Solved] -An extra EFI partition that was somehow created during the reboot process for 0.6.9 update during which I accidentally booted into Windows 10 and allowed it to update itself.

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Just for cosmetic purpose is possible to rename Windows EFI partition, I tried with Open9 Core 0.6.9 but have occurred duplicated entries.

 

 

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On 5/13/2021 at 7:19 PM, mick3lson said:

Just for cosmetic purpose is possible to rename Windows EFI partition, I tried with OpenCore 0.6.9 but have occurred duplicated entries...

 

You have 2 Windows entries in the picker because you are detecting Windows in 2 different ways at the same time:

  • the Windows icon before macOS is the one that OpenCore automatically detects and adds to the picker
  • the Windows icon behind macOS is the entry you created in Misc> Entries.

You can remove one of the 2 icons.

  • To remove the first one you have to modify the value of the ScanPolicy key, if you assign a value that does not detect Windows systems then the first icon disappears. For example, the value ScanPolicy = 3736323 shows SATA, NVMe, ATAPI, USB devices and APFS, HFS file systems in the picker. In this way the first icon disappears and only the second remains.
  • To remove the second Windows you just have to delete the custom entry in Misc> Entries.

You can rename only the Windows set in Misc> Entries, in the Name key you can put the name you prefer.

On 5/6/2021 at 11:42 AM, mengshi said:

Have updated to 0.6.9 and Big Sur 11.3.1.

 

On 0.6.7 -> 0.6.8 update, I have the following issues:

 

1. Mouse doesn't work in OpenCanopy anymore...

 

The mouse still does not work in the picker? What value do you have in the Misc> Boot> PickerAttributes key? With a value of 17 the pointer must work. Try and comment.

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