CPU - Intel i5 4670K
Motherboard - ASUS B85Plus
RAM - 16GB
Graphics Card - Zotac GTX770
PSU - Thermaltake 650W Black Edition
Case - NZXT H440
Hi there all, I am wanting to please find out how to remove EFI macosx boot entries from my BIOS boot options.
A few months ago I...
Tried using this guide: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-remove-extra-clover-bios-boot-entries-prevent-further-problems.175274/
Mistakenly deleted all Devpath - HDD entries from the list generated by the "bcfg boot dump" command. I can manually choose my recently created CLOVER EFI...
Sierra was working great but I had isses with some USB ports.
So with "Clover Configurator" in the first window "Acpi" I checked "fixUSB" and "USB"
(this is not my screenshot) http://mackie100projects.altervista.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/01.png
After that I saved and reboot with this...
In this quick guide I'll show you how to remove the 'Boot OS X install from partition' from your Clover bootloader. This problem might occur after a successful installation of OS X with both Yosemite and El Capitan. I don't know if this also happens on versions below 10.10.
MultiBeast just give change to install something, such as power management driver, but does not give change to uninstall them if we find we did a mistake installation.
Can you provide function to uninstall the installed drivers/changes by MultiBeast?
Classic storie here: I have a desktop with full compatibility for Mac OSX Yosemite. But there's not really any specific guidance as to which kext I needed to load. No big surprise there this is a "hack" intosh after all. So, I boldly move forward! And I get to the moment where I've loaded up...
I have GA-Z77X-UD5H 1155 ATX with the Intel 3770K, I do not have a video card installed and Have been using the HD4000 since I made the thing without any problems whatsoever. Lately, maybe in the past 3 days, I've noticed some tearing when moving windows across the screen and watching video. And...