You are done! But when you booting from your Big Sur disk. you will see open core menu and down arrow you must choose Operating System. I do same.
Which bios version do you use? My bios 4105. I use 2 HD and one SSD. When PC opening i push F8 and Choose big sur disk and down Arrow Choose big sur...
watch this video from 04.20 minute.. extract and open "OpenCore-0" folder go to tools/legacyboot folder and drag drop to terminal "BootInstall_x64.tool" and hit enter..It list your hard drives and It ask your prefer boot hard drive number (who is include your EFI folder). (if disk0s1 etc. in...
Of course..firstly pay attention in my efi folder there is two things, efi folder and boot file.
1-boot from USB and open big sur from your hard disk
2-mount USB efi and hard disk efi
3-just copy only efi folder. Dont copy "boot" file (or already copied EFI and boot file, just delete boot file)...
Hi every one.
I have Asus p8z68-v-lx motherboard and Intel i7 Sandy Bridge CPU (2700K).
I install Big Sur and its work very clearly. I tried many hackintosh installation but this is best..
I used OpenCore boot loader. I attached EFI folder.
I fresh install Catalina. But I don't like it. I deleted and install Mojave again. I don't like that;
1-File system very solid. No change anything.
2-New iTunes (called Music).
3-Can't use Office 2011 for Mac. And many 32 bit apps.
Hi, i setup my usb stick with unibeast. in last of installation it says about "attached problem". But i dont care about it. and boot my pc from usb stick. but it says "reboot and proper hdd....." so no boot :( There is any idea?
go to System Preferences and open Network. delete all connection in netvork (Ethernet, wifi, etc.) save and close. after
go to /Library/preferences/System Configuration and delete network preferences plist. and reboot. got system preferences and add new connection type.