People should also beware... many 730/630/720/620/710/610 sold on eBay are fake cards sold from China. The BIOS is also faked to make it seem to be the real deal but comparing GPU-Z shaders etc is a good way to check. Do NOT trust those Chinese sellers!!
That just stops them booting.. I assume you want to disable them so when installing one OS it doesnt see the other drives and partitions and attempt to put files in their EFI partitions????
To do that you'd need to disable SATA controllers so the drives are not seen, not just remove them from...
Another potentially dumb question but why not just only connect the drive you want to install the OS to and then disconnect drive and do next and so on. Then plug all 3 in and select the MacOS drive as the boot drive so Clover is the bootloader and does the job? Is there something missing here...
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/after-last-update-windows-10-overwrites-uefi-boot/9f02fbe4-acae-41cf-b098-6ecbe6e5e868?auth=1 it seems I am not alone in seeing Windows overwrite other OS
Yes and yes
Before below (after is identical except Clover has been removed)
There are two Windows EFI boot options when I boot up.
1st says Boot Microsoft EFI from EFI
2nd says Boot Microsoft EFI Boot from EFI
If I boot with EITHER they both remove Clover and put Windows in as first boot...
Both machines HP SFF 6300 (Q75) and HP SFF 8300 (Q77). I used EasyUEFI, added Clover entry and moved it to top of the list and saved. It works once. Then on 2nd boot you only have Windows. Its like Windows asserts itself by removing Clover....
I have done this on two machines and both had Windows and Linux on. On first boot afterwards I get Clover but if I boot into Windows on the next (2nd boot) it does NOT show Clover. Its like Windows is re-asserting itself on every boot.
Never got round to it but dug out the laptop today and was thinking to dual boot it... So....
1) How to heck do I found out my exact model? V5-171-33216G50xxxxx or model Q1V2C ??
2) I can get you DSDT from Linux can't I? IOreg?
Would love to see if your guide covers multiple versions of OSX too