Followed this guide and have used many different USB's and every USB port on my system, all to no avail.
My system "clover" fails to see the USB/installer.
After creating the installer, UniBeast says installer created successfully on each occasion I've tried
so I'm now at a complete loss as to...
Not quite sure I follow the above quotes instructions and how it pertains to "finding" one's current apfs.efi file ???
My "/Volumes/EFI/EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI/" already contains an apfs.efi file ???
I'm currently running High Sierra 10.13.3 I've cloned my drive using CCC and about to...
Not sure why my system specs aren't showing up to other users because when I click on my
avatar my specs do show up ?? See screenshot attached.
As far as I understand both mac os and win 10 I've installed in legacy mode although
I am a little confused about my own board because when it boots...
Have recreated a brand new Windows 10 installation after formatting the SSD once again.
Boots perfectly fine from the Windows 10 SSD but again stuck when trying to boot from
the clover drive where my High Sierra is located.
This time, when I try to boot in to windows I simply get a windows...
Still haven't found a fix for booting in to my windows 10 drive from the clover bootloader.
So, I'll ask one last question.
Does it matter if I created my Windows 10 installer usb using bootcamp ???
Unsure if this is why I can't boot to windows using the clover installed on my mac drive .... ???
Have installed both high sierra and windows 10 to seperate internal ssd'd and having trouble
booting in to windows from . mac drive/clover bootloader.
Hoping someone can tell me why I can't boot in to my windows drive when I hit the clover bootloader on my mac drive.
Have uploaded my...
Having trouble getting my mac osx drive to boot in to my windows 10 drive fellas.
Have clover installed and easily boots in to my High Sierra drive but each of the windows
icons it sees at boot time simply gives me "ctrl+alt+delete" boot fail message !!
I've uploaded a copy of my plist file and...
Sorted my problem out, now able to boot from my SSD.
Followed Muis's advice re step 19 on this link.
Thanks P1LGRIM for your earlier efforts to help out anyway, cheers.
Does it matter at all that my High Sierra SSD installation was created using Carbon Copy Cloner
from a portable HDD I managed to install High Sierra on ???
The original USB installer I made wasn't able to see my SSD so I installed first to the ext USB and
then cloned that drive to my SSD . ????
Not sure it helps but this is the info I get when I list my disks in terminal.
Sorry can't do a screenshot.
Looking below, I'm unsure what a "(synthesized)" partition is ??
/dev/disk1 (internal, physical):
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER