- Jul 24, 2015
- MSI H81i
- RX 580
For Legacy mode you need to put APFS.efi in the /EFI/CLOVER/drivers64 folderSo, if I want to boot my new system High Sierra in legacy mode for my old motherboard, normally I don't need to have the folder "drivers64UEFI",
but maybe I need to put apfs.efi directly in my main partition of ssd ?
Certain SATA controllers have issues with AppleAHCIPort v329 (eg ICH10, 5 series, 7 series, ASMedia 1061)many of us are lost with this problem to see the system disk in clover
@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.
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 have windows 10 and mac os high sierra on two different drives.
- When I boot it automatically goes to Clover bootloader, from there I boot to my mac (Yes, my next steps is to set my mac to boot on default )
- When I installed high sierra I didn't physically remove the windows 10 drive, you should. From reading up other people's similar issues this might be the reason why Clover wasn't reading the mac drive. Windows update could messed up with the other drive somehow... I could be wrong but I can't rule this out since windows 10 is crazy when it comes to automatic updates.
How do I mount the EFI with Clover Boot Manager? I have Clover Configurator on the USB drive.Hi guys,
After MultiBeast installation at final step of a clean install, my APFS disk is not recognised into clover after reboot event if I boot from the disk which I installed high Sierra. But I can see it in the Clover for the installation USB. This simple things work for me:
1- Boot on the USB installer you used and make sure to have Clover Configurator on it
2- Mount EFI of the USB Installer and mount the EFI of the disk you just installed High Sierra
3- Copy APFS.EFI from the USB EFI to the same place into the EFI folder of your internal disk
4- Reboot and choose your internal disk
Hope this will work for you too!
I don't understand why this is happen (because I'm a noob and this is my first build) but I used last version of every software so...