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Can't boot in legacy mode on unibeast

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Finaly, after a dsdt table load error and an acpi error, I removed the dsdt.aml file I had placed in the acpi/patched folder and completed the installation to the end. While waiting to find a solution to incorporate the dsdt I was using under yosemite... I am a noob, may be you know why...?
 
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I had the same problem with my legacy install. It turns out that Unibeast 9 only puts APFS.efi in your drivers64 folder. It seems you need it in your drivers64uefi folder as well, even on a legacy install. I just copied and pasted it over and then my drive showed up on reboot. Note to Unibeast dudes: you may want to fix that for the next release.

EDIT: Just to be clear, all my drives showed up when booting with the legacy USB stick, but when I copied the USB EFI folder over to my newly created Mojave SSD, it would boot to a clover screen with no drives showing. Strange that the exact same folder would show drives on the USB but not when copied to the SSD. I then copied over apfs.efi from drivers64 to drivers64uefi on the SSD and the drives would show.

Thanks buddy, I'll do that and let you know what happens.
 
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