- Jan 8, 2013
- Gigabyte Z370M-D3H
- RX 570
- Mobile Phone
Same for me. I may be wrong, but clover needs apfs.efi to see the apfs partition osx is installed.I had the same problem as described by @Priyank.410
The install went perfectly but once I tried to Boot using Clover v2.4_r4411 my new High Sierra installed SSD was not showing in the Clover GUI boot options.
I found the solution to MY problem was found described in this video at 5:17
In short you need to:
When I restarted my machine HP Z800, I could see the High Sierra SSD in the Clover and proceed with my installs or boot process normally.
- Find the High Sierra Installer
- Show its Package Contents
- Navigate to Contents > SharedSupport
- Mount BaseSystem.dmg
- In the mounted DMG, Navigate to usr > standalone > i386
- Copy the file apfs.efi to your desktop
- Install Clover again
- After the install is successful, find the mounted EFI partition
- Copy the apfs.efi to BOTH /EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI AND /EFI/CLOVER/drivers64 (Copy that file to BOTH directories or Clover wont see an APFS formatted drive!)
Hope this helps.
Hello Everyone, I have the same issue; Attached are my reporting file (reboot log when booting from ssd).
I have no problems booting from the USB Clover stick, but after copying its contents to the ssd EFI partition, and booting then from SSD, it comes with the clover screen with no partitions showing.
APFS.efi is in place.
Clover version used is Clover_v2.4k_r4398 from rehabman; apfs is extracted from my HS 10.13.2 version
Help is appreciated
PS I am installing it on my Dell E6410 (see signature).
@bartrap Check your EFI partition boot path, make sure is set to CLOVER folder. I had the same problem as you, below is what worked for me. Hopefully you have another machine or windows to check for these.Please can someone help me on post #27 ?
I was having the same issue, woke up this morning to find my Mac OS hard drive was gone from clover bootloader screen. Followed the same thing @MikeBrown did and it worked. Clover now reads my mac drive.I poked around a bit in EasyUEFI and found that the boot entry didn't appear to be pointing to the correct boot loader, so I changed it to Clover and it looks like that worked.