Greetings, I did the upgrade last OSX upgrade when I was tired and forgot to remove the nvda_drv=1 from the NVRAM boot-options. Unfortunately, I can't boot into single user mode to edit NVRAM since the system panics and reboots before getting to the prompt. How can I edit the NVRAM booting from USB? I appreciate your help. Note and Assumptions: the Clover config.plist is clear of all options, this option is coming from the boot-options in the NVRAM. My assumption was that I would just boot off of USB, mount the old EFI partition, and use clover to edit the NVRAM. Clover only seems to modify the config.plist.