- Dec 11, 2020
- Z490 Vision D
- i7 10700
- Mobile Phone
Hey @CaseySJ!Warning: It is necessary to Reset NVRAM one time prior to booting macOS. This can be done by pressing spacebar at the OpenCore Picker and choosing Reset NVRAM. On multi-boot systems, select the default startup disk in System Preferences --> Startup Disk
Once I succesfully set up my bootable backup I grew enough confidence to update to 0.6.6 and see if I can manage to get Wifi and BT working.
However, I'm on a multiboot system and when I Reset NVRAM, next boot goes directly to a Windows boot.
You adressed the issue but I can't visualize what System Preferences --> Startup Disk you are referring to.
Where should I look for that?
Thanks in advance!
[SOLVED] It was OS preferences! I just can't get my head around EFI's and how they work, BIOS, OS and their reciprocal relationship...