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    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    So, my better half's iMac (Late 2009) has just about reached the end of its life. Been a good run. I'm thinking about building a NUC-based replacement using a NUC8i5BEH1, an ample amount of memory (16GB), and 500GB of M.2 SSD. I know I'll have to add a bluetooth adapter so her wireless keyboard...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    @Ginhuey, They are apps. CloverConfigurator edits config.plist files as well as mounts EFI partitions. I've not used EFImounter, but I'd surmise that it just mounts EFI partitions. You might not need to use either one of these, but they're available if you do.
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    1. Unzip the file to the desktop 2. In terminal, change to your home directory and then to the desktop: cd cd desktop 3. verify that the file is present, in terminal: ls You should see something like this: DSDT.aml DSDT.dsl My TUF ASUS_TUF_Z390_HD_630 4. now you can execute the...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    1. OctoTuf has MacMan's configuration for MultiBeast. You can use that if it matches your system, or use it as a base to modify to match your system. When you start MultiBeast, you can use the "Load" function (top right) to access that file. 2. You can unzip it to the same place the zip file...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Go back and read ManMan's first post. He shows what must be done with the patch.
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    So, I finally got Mojave installed. Initially, it would run for a few minutes before locking up. It wouldn't last long enough to let me run MultiBeast. I've been pouring over the kexts and patches, trying to be sure I had everything in the right place and was using the latest versions. I was...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Progress made: Added for USB, FixOwnership=true and Inject=true. Not there yet.
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    @MacMan - I'm stumped. I never make it to the graphics screen (with the apple). A photo of the freeze console log is attached I've reverted to the on-board video and removed my RX 580. I'm running an i5-9600K instead of your processor, and my SSD is a Samsung SSD860 EVO (.5TB). I do have other...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    So, I got past my system hang. I apparently neglected to re-do the Clover NVRAM install. Unfortunately, system hang in a new place. Config is the same as before. I've attached the console log; any suggestions?
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    I suspect that your config.plist isn't along the same path as @Ledfoot. In his case, he has mounted the EFI partition discreetly. Try following the path to your config.plist, and update the path in the PlistBuddy command.
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    I updated to 2417 without a problem. The Macman boot stops at the same place. I'm using a different graphics card; it's supposed to be natively supported. Thoughts?
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    My BIOS is 2203 and Macman's patch is installed. There's a new version, 2417, that was released on 13 June 2019. Maybe I'll update and see what happens.
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Hi all, I'm stuck and need some help. not my first hack, but my first UEFI. At F8 boot selection time, i'm choosing the UEFI on my USB stick. boot hangs; never get to the Apple. Added -Verbose and it stops as shown in the attached picture. I *think* I've done everything right, but obviously...
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