- Feb 27, 2014
- Asus Zenbook UX305FA
- Broadwell M 5Y10 @ .80 Ghz
- HD5300 - Broadwell Y GT2, 1920 x 1080
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
What hardware are you installing on? Your profile indicates Sony VAIO, Sandy Bridge.View attachment 142758View attachment 142759View attachment 142760View attachment 142761View attachment 142762View attachment 142763View attachment 142764Figured out i was doing the "- select "Install RC scripts on target volume" and/or "Install all RC scripts on all other boot volumes", but not for USB" part of the guide for my usb on accident, here is the whole verbose log of the latest time i tried to boot to the install via clover, it goes all the way until the last image, then restarts and boots into Windows 8.1, very strange thing to do if you ask me, but I'm not super literate in this code stuff. I keeping at it and rereading and reinstalling/trying to try and see if there's anything I'm missing, its probably super obvious and I'm overlooking it.
also attached is my new efi/clover folder in zip format View attachment 142765
thanks again for all your help, and sorry for the barrage of replies.
BaseBinaries is a method of creating OS X installer image. It is in the guide: http://www.tonymacx86.com/yosemite-...de-booting-os-x-installer-laptops-clover.htmlHi, sorry about the profile thats my old hackintosh sony vaio, i am on the same computer as jhawk ordered from the microsoft store (profile updated to reflect that) I downloaded the yosemite installer off of a friends Macbook pro 2015, they just got it and have been letting me attempt this clover install and everything from their mac.
I assume basebinaries mode is in the list on the installer when you press space?
Post EFI/Clover folder.View attachment 142841
Did basebinaries and booted verbosemode it rebooted into windows 8 like before, so I tried safe mode and got to a white screen with a cursor on it, so I rebooted and I'm back to the caution symbol managed to get a picture right before it glitches the text though.
I'm confused as to why it doesn't want to work.
Did you try all USB ports?