I'm a little late to the party but I run a multi-boot system (Mojave, Sierra & Windows 10) all from one config.plist using SMBIOS 19,1. Now, I don't spend a lot of time in Sierra (it's to access FCP7 and other obsolete apps) but I have yet to experience a problem. I thought I would need multiple...
Casey you pointed me to the exact solution, THANK YOU!
I habitually hit the space bar in Clover and select safe mode from there, per your direction I added a -x to the boot arguments under Options and it successfully booted to Safe Mode. So, at this point I'm guessing a Clover bug but a...
Quick follow-up, I can boot into safe-mode using the Installer USB (older Clover and FakeSMC etc.)
This worked as-is, no clearing of NVRAM. Just can't get there from my System's EFI (which is quite different)
I can't seem to boot to Safe Mode (-x from Clover boot), it simply boots normally into the selected OS. I hadn't tried it for a while, since last attempt I've updated Clover (5117), all current kexts, unlocked MSR and using native NVRAM, using OcQuirks/OpenRuntime, still on Mojave but moved all...
Thank you for contributing this workflow.
Can you please update the above section to include hyperlink for the OcQuirks files
and correct your destination for those files so it matches your pictures (which illustrate proper location)
Your inquiries suggest you want to add additional Thunderbolt ports, not simply daisy chain.
First, understand that a Thunderbolt dock will NOT create additional Thunderbolt ports.
It will add other ports (USB3, DisplayPort, ethernet etc.), but at best, will only allow additional daisy chaining...
Casey's reply about testing on Mojave was in regards to using the 'optional' updated OcQuirks Rev 15 instead of the tested and verified version in the Catalina Mini-guide Install files.
I certainly would NOT recommend you perform any 'testing' on your critical system.
The purpose of these...
My hack system is used in a Production (editing) environment everyday.
I can not emphasize enough to NOT make ANY changes to your system in the middle of a critical project, EVER.
Its' generally accepted that the free 2000 developer's warning is more of a CYA statement and there have been no...
As a small thank you to CaseySJ, I took screen grabs of the necessary BIOS changes in the F8 firmware.
Casey, please feel free to take ownership and edit/use as desired.
Press <DEL> during boot when you see Gigabyte logo to enter BIOS
while in BIOS use <F2> to toggle to Advanced Mode