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Problems with latest OpenCore 0.7.3 build


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Hello,

 

has anyone already made experiences with latest 0.7.3 version of OpenCore?

 

OpenCore 0.7.2 worked perfectly for me. I tried to install latest 0.7.3 build but now I have two problems:

 

Instead of GUI I have only the text picker again

After selecting the boot disk, macOS does not start up.

 

I can't use 0.7.3 and am back to 0.7.2, but soon 0.7.3 will be released and I like to update if possible.

 

Can someone give me a hint what to change in my config.plist?

 

Thanks,

 

Professor©

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Compare your plist with the Sample.plist inside the release the driver structure has changed from this 0.7.2 

0.7.2.png.f191165caccc303c0819f0ac05f17812.png

 

to this 0.7.3  Each driver has now 3 properties: Arguments, Enabled and Path

0.7.3.png.fc6ad63fc1070e4243414fc00aeef9c9.png

(Also added ForceOcWriteFlash in UEFI -> Quirks)

 

Otherwise the drivers are not loaded (see ocvalidate) Penalty text menu without GUI and the system will not boot

 

950508339_Schermata2021-09-04alle23_57_49.png.363e7db3d499c975eb54ab8bc2ab9033.png

Attention doing ocsnapshot with ProperTree could undo the changes made, double check with ocvalidate and edit manually with Plistedit pro 

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1 hour ago, antuneddu said:

Compare your plist with the Sample.plist inside the release the driver structure has changed from this 0.7.2 

 

0.7.2.png.f191165caccc303c0819f0ac05f17812.png

 

 

to this 0.7.3 

 

0.7.3.png.fc6ad63fc1070e4243414fc00aeef9c9.png

 

 

Otherwise the drivers are not recognized with ocvalidate and at boot

 

950508339_Schermata2021-09-04alle23_57_49.png.363e7db3d499c975eb54ab8bc2ab9033.png

 

Another good example of ALWAYS using OCVALIDATE BEFORE switching to a new version of OC.

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got to check those config.plist before move up to make sure something didn't change, I have made the same mistake

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