Why is it taking too much time? I have an i3 3225 with 4 gigs RAM and a Samsung SSD with a good benchmark and decent boot time and yet installer is taking ages to complete.
Also when trying to avoid APFS conversion from the command line I get following error:
Error: could not get license agreement
It's totally weird, my mobo is with UEFI I did everything under UEFI and in the end all I did is delete clover and re-install it from multibeast wiht legacy options... I mean what the problem could it be.
It is UEFI only and I've tried installing clover 100 times the latest one it doesn't replace this time I am going to remove the current one and then try again and I didn't hide the windows bootloader that thing was there as default and even un-hiding it didn't do any magic. Because clover just...
I want windows along-side macOS:
> I installed Sierra
> Installed Windows 10
Now if I install Clover will I be able to boot into windows?
I can not see bootmgr file to rename as you mentioned in the guide.
My bad, one was my macOS flash drive I'm so sorry about that.
Now in the image mentioned these are the contents seem much different from yours what do I need to put in here the changes I don't see a boot mgr file anywhere.
Having trouble with dualboot. I created partition for Windows after installing Sierra deleted it in windows setup and created it again from un allocated space then installed Windows 10 on that partition now windows 10 boot fine but I can't find bootmgr file anywhere to rename it.
I didn't get this part quite clear, I installed macOS then Windows 10, Windows 10 booted up I unplugged and plugged macOS installation stick and am into macOS but there are two EFI partitions now, one is of Windows 10 labeled as current boot disk and other is of macOS none of my disks match your...