removed OpenRuntime.efi from UEFI drivers, both OS's seem unaffected and properly working, and OpenCore log is not showing errors anymore, but it still ignores the blessed partition, booting the first drive in the menu.
That’s exactly what I did! The build is working perfectly, including USB3, USB mapping, CPU PM, shutdown, restart and Sleep.
Only thing that is not is the “Bless” function neither via Emulated NVRAM nor with AllowSetDefault.
I have two SSD’s, one running 10.8.5 and one 10.13.6
I need to make...
can anyone help me?
I cannot choose the default boot drive, not even with Ctrl+Enter in picker and AllowSetDefault set to True. I read the Dortania guide and OpenCore configuration pdf many times, but I really don't know what else to try.
nvram.plist and EFI folder attached
Got USB3 working with mXHCD.kext
I had to modify the IOPrimaryMatch to work with my PXSX, but it seems much more stable than GenericUSBXHCI.kext
One last thing that’s not working is “Bless”. I tried to enable NVRAM Emulation, but still nothing.
I'm sure I'm doing something wrong, but there's a...
I managed to boot the installer by installing DuetPkg and forcing Legacy BIOS. High Sierra installed just fine.
Everything running smoothly (even sleep) except USB3 ports.
They do work in the Mountain Lion partition, where GenricUSBXHCi.kext is installed in /S/L/E/. OpenCore is...
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The SSDT in my efi folder lacks “If (_OSI (“Darwin”))” conditions. This is what bothers Windows.
I tried to correct it, but since I rarely use Windows, booting from BIOS was good enough for me
Thanks for the hints!
I tried every option you suggested: SyncRuntimePermissions , SetuVirtualMap, the solutions in the link you provided and even this one here: https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Post-Install/universal/pm.html#sandy-and-ivy-bridge-power-management, all to no avail.