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  1. ghorwith

    Solved > Fail to boot after upgrading from Clover r4910 to r5033...

    Installing v5033 does not remove the earlier folder structure. All the drivers are now 64 bit and reside in /EFI/CLOVER/drivers/UEFI/. Since the old folder is not deleted, you can copy the AptioMemoryFix-64.efi (and rename it to aptiomemoryfix.efi if you wish) to the UEFI folder.
  2. ghorwith

    IntelMausiEthernet.kext Is Creating a Kernel Panic

    Odd. I get the same error messages, but it installs anyway.
  3. ghorwith

    macOS Catalina Public Beta is Now Available

    Perhaps the structure has changed if you do a fresh install with no prior version of Clover in the EFI partition, but I just confirmed installing v5033 does not remove the earlier folder structure. However, you're correct; all the drivers are now 64 bit and reside in /EFI/CLOVER/drivers/UEFI/.
  4. ghorwith

    macOS Catalina Public Beta is Now Available

    The problem with not booting after installing v5033 no doubt is because you didn't customize the install to include AptioMemoryFix-64.efi in /EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI/. The only thing essential in the kexts/Other/ is FakeSMC.kext. Glad you got it resolved. Cheers.
  5. ghorwith

    Solved > Unable to fix instability by myself - please help

    Henties, What a terrific thread. Really appreciated it. Henties Bay appears to be fantastic as well. Thanks.
  6. ghorwith

    Moving User Folder off of Boot Drive - long term results?

    Glad to help. As I said, Catalina asks but doesn't require [yet] your User folder volume to be apfs.
  7. ghorwith

    Moving User Folder off of Boot Drive - long term results?

    I've been running my User folder from a separate drive for ages including Mojave and the Catalina Beta builds. Absolutely no problem other than an annoying message in Catalina that it wants me to convert the drive with my User folder to apfs in order to use i-Cloud. So, since Catalina moves user...
  8. ghorwith

    Virus! I got a virus on my Windows Machine. Clover boot for Apple is gone now.

    Have you checked your bootable usb to see whether apfs.efi is there? See post #12. What MacOS were you using? Was the volume apfs?
  9. ghorwith

    Virus! I got a virus on my Windows Machine. Clover boot for Apple is gone now.

    If the drive shows up in the bios, you should be able to select it from the Clover startup menu of operating systems when you boot from the installation usb. You didn't state which MacOS was on the drive you can no longer see. If it's on an apfs volume, and the usb installer was made prior to...
  10. ghorwith

    Virus! I got a virus on my Windows Machine. Clover boot for Apple is gone now.

    If the MacOS drive is connected and is listed in your bios, it should show up in the Clover startup menu (even if the efi on that drive was trashed by the virus). Suggest you check the bios at boot to see if the drive shows up.
  11. ghorwith

    [Release] Hackintool v2.7.6

    Tnx. Found the DisplayEDID issue.
  12. ghorwith

    [Release] Hackintool v2.7.6

    although it doesn't appear to be causing a problem, can you explain the reason for the errors rebuilding kextcache? Fantastic job with the app. Has saved hours of time and searching.
  13. ghorwith

    [Release] Hackintool v2.7.6

    Received an error extracting 2.4.4; could not extract
  14. ghorwith

    [Guide] Gigabyte Z68MA-D2H-B3+EVGA GTX650

    The GA-Z68 uses the Etron EJ168 chipset for USB 3.0 so probably not but you might try mxhcd.kext instead of genericUSBXHCI.kext
  15. ghorwith

    The audio fails to return from sleep mode

    Best to not 'store' these kexts in C/Kexts/other folder because if the kext in that folder is not the same as the one in /L/E it may cause problems. If you want to store copies, put them in a a different folder, such as ~/documents
  16. ghorwith

    The audio fails to return from sleep mode

    Thanks. Good to know
  17. ghorwith

    The audio fails to return from sleep mode

    You might try CodecComander.kext
  18. ghorwith

    Solved > Mojave slow boot

    The Clover log doesn't help resolving why the bios flash screen hangs for a minute or so, since the log only starts once Clover loads. As much as I will regret suggesting this, but can you try booting from a different drive and remove the M2 drive?
  19. ghorwith

    Solved > Mojave slow boot

    Generally, when the Gigabyte flash screen hangs for that long it means there's a problem with one of the drives.
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