I have update clover before try to update Mojave to catalina.
I backup EFI folder.
But know i only can start windows, mac system not start.
After revert to older EFI backup with clover 4934.
Update not start. Please check pictures.
I use mojave !
And my thunderbolt device is one GC ALPINE RIDGE 2.0 not the TITAN Ridge.
The NVMe I think is because I use 2 NVMe ssd drives 2 Corsair 960gb MP510, one for windows and other for Mac.
One important thing or not, I not refer is I have to use apple original...
Hi alvindarkness thank you for your detailed information and help.
I´m using mac os mojave and my profile is 18.1.
My bios have exact the same settings as yours,
Installed SSDT-Z370-TB3HP.aml (which seems to have strings for alpine ridge in it, so it comes up as alpine ridge in system profiler)...
I have one Aorus Z370 Gaming K3 motherboard with latest bios F.13
and alpine ridge 2.0 wirh Thbc cable connected
I have download this file https://www.tonymacx86.com/attachments/ssdt-z370-tb3hp-zip.382038/?hash=a995dc753a980d465b9fb3af8920d5d8
Can you help me how to "install" ?
I found solution for F13 bios, here
for easy install by command line:
Is fixed now.
I have make a mistake. I have copy the efi folder from older ssd to one other sata device, is one Seagate 2tb hdd drive nas I use to backup.
Now I have the name drive in first boot option .
Finally I have the ssd m.2 name 1 Tb drive.
I have clone with carbon copy clone and I have copy all refi folder from my Sata ssd to my m.2 ssd. I can boot system using clover form "old sat ssd" but I can't figure out how I can boot uefi on bios from m.2 ssd. maybe I have to enable something???
I have one Aorus Z370 gaming k3.
I found on Alibaba ssd drives M.2 Nvme 1tb with 2800Mb read and 2200 Mb write at very good price.
Im waiting for it .
Brand is No BRAND.
anyone could put any brand on it
I have one mackintosh hardware in my profile.
I want move from sata3 ssd 480gb to one fast and bigger m.2 pcie 1tb ssd.
What is the best way to clone drive and efi clover?
I watch a video to migrate ssd of real mac pro using recovery and disk utility restore. But i dont think this works...