I use your plist as base, added some DST’s etc.
When I use that one, the countdown slow’s.
With both, your original Plist and the modified one, my laptop seems very slow.
So I’m looking for reasons why...
I changed OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi for OsxAptioFixDrv-64.efi and use you standard unmodified config_HD4000_1366x786.plist.
Now countdown is normal again.
So I have to find out where the problem is in my config.plist. Any suggestion where to look for?
Booted with the plist unmodified.
Stops with error:
OsxAptioFix2Drv: Starting overrides for \System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi
Using reloc block: no, hibernate wake: no
Error allocating 0x20e9 pages at 0x0000000000c7b000 alloc type 2
Error loading kernel cache (0x9)
I don't use two config.plist in my Clover-map. These two were just added on purpose by me.
The are the same, only different in the way saved (one with Xcode called Config.plist; one with TextWrangler called Config2.plist)
With the Xcode config.plist i cannot boot. I get a panic...
I don't have both config.plist in my original Clover folder. I added them both just for you.
As I said, booting with the Config.plist (the Xcode-version), I get a panic.
If I boot with the Config2.plist (the TextWrangler-version, and rename to config.plist of course ;-) ) the laptop boot, but...
I'm back again after being blocked again due to not following the rules for signatures.
I'm not going to change anything any more in my signature.
The system I'm asking help for is in my Profile. Attached a zip with two config.plist
Config.plist saved with Xcode
Hereby the Problem Reporting Files all in one Zip:
EFI/Clover folder as ZIP
Patchmatic: contents of Downloads/RehabMan directory as ZIP
Attach ioreg as ZIP
I hope you can find something which solve the problem. It's not a macOS problem, but Clover.
Just when Clover pauses 5 secs to make a...
I changed the hardware profile and signature, it's the Asus laptop (see profile and signature).
And post #17 is not the problem.
The problem is the slow countingdown when Clover is waiting for a selection or to automatic boot.
It's configured for 5 secondes, but takes approx 15...