I know it is recommended to disconnect or disable sata ports in UEFI / BIOS but I have windows 10 installed on a PCIe nvme drive in the first M.2 slot: it is not possible to disconnect it physically without removing the graphics card and it is not possible (as far as I know ) disable it in UEFI...
I installed recently Ubuntu 18.04 on a multiboot system (macOS Mojave/Win 10/Ubuntu 18.04) Clover bootloader in UEFI mode creating the necessary partitions (including EFI) during custom installation, in a separate SSD, and selecting the appropriate partition (/dev/sda1) for the...
I have a multiboot system (macOS Mojave / win10 / ubuntu18.04) on three separate SSDs based on the Gigabyte Z390 Designate motherboard and I have a problem with Ubuntu 18.04 shutdown: after turning off the system the fans and RGB LEDs remain on for a variable time between 2 minutes and even...
@jaymonkey, @pastrychef, thanks for Your replies
From both your answers I realized that in my case it might be better to use an internal PCIE / SATA controller.
What could be a disk controller card suitable for this purpose considering the fact that it should be compatible with a multiboot...
I would need to add more HDD / SSDs to my multiboot system (macOS / Win10 / Linux) which can be used for storing and backing up data and possibly bootable (if I were to use them to start operating systems).
My system is based on a Gigabyte Z390 Designare motherboard and I would have the...
currently I'm using macOS Mojave updated to v. 10.14.5 (Clover v.4920) following this Guide and I would like to update to the latest version available (macOS 10.14.6 supplemental update).
Is any configuration update necessary (Clover, config.plist, kexts, SSDTs) before/after the macOS...
Thanks for Your reply,
maybe I did not say it clear enough, I would like to find the original external/internal hard drives macOS icons to create my own custom icons (as in this example: https://www.deviantart.com/supapuch/art/20-HDD-Icons-492014972)
I'm trying to build a multiboot system on my new build based on the Gigabyte Z390 Designare.
I have already installed macOS Mojave on a NVMe PCIe SSD (Samsung 870 EVO 500GB) on the M.2 M2P connector
Later I tried to install Windows 10 PRO on a second nvme pcie SSD (Samsung 970 PRO 512GB)...
I have the same problem (NO HEVC support) with my system:
Gigabyte Z390 Designare
Sapphire RX 580 pulse 8 gb
MacOS Mojave 10.14.5/smbios iMac 19,1/Lilu+WEG/iGPU headless Mode setting (via devices/properties)
I have tried installing the dummy141.kext in...