Looks like in these betas, whenever there is a system crash triggering a restart, when you go to view the report like in Mojave, instead of don't send option, it just sends the report to Apple automatically. What do?
update for me: i overhauled the clover and removed a lot of old entries I had (this build goes way back( and looks like I haven't got the issue since. So my suggestion is to redo the clover build from scratch
Hey, I think I have some sort of similar issue to yours:
I have a usb dongle on USB2.0 port in. While I plug my speaker to recharge it on the USB3.0 port, the dongle stops working, on restart becomes erratic or straight up doesn't work. It was until I unplugged the speaker that it started...
I have no idea if this is a feature or not, iveI searched the web but not successful.
I was working in cinema 4d which is pretty much a darkish interface and I went on to open the settings app. The window became very red on top of the c4d app and I thought "hang on, there is nothing red...
It is always good to have a backup of clover that works and a small USB Drive with a basic linux live. When I experiment and stuff goes wrong, boot into linux, replace the bad install with the old one on the EFI drive and boom
Hello, my setup is:
Msi B150 chipset
Ati radeon vapor-x 7950 3gb
I have a few patches added to kextstopatch section of clover:
-amd framebuffer ports patch
-applehda (3 added from multibeast alc778: 10.12 applehda/realtek apc ...