- Jan 11, 2019
- Dell XPS 9560
- HD 630 + GTX 1050
- Mobile Phone
Remember that whatever is in your EFI/Boot directory is the primary Boot manager. This should be clover. It's normal that the file is duplicated inside CLOVER folder.Alright i give up. for the life of me i cannot get Clover to dual boot. I have installed both OS's have a 200mb EFI partition. i can boot up 100% of the time with my USB, works like a charm. But when i install clover to the MacOS drive (With the EFI options) I delete the clover folder on my newly created clover instal, then copy over my clover DIR from my USB, then reboot....and it goes straight to Windows, no clover option at all....So I tried to rename my boot manager file in the EFI Microsoft boot DIR and now clover boots and goes to MacOS but when i choose Windows i blue screen. I have to be missing something...it cant be this hard to get it to dual boot
If you confirm it's there and still doesn't work, go to your Bios and manually choose the file inside EFI/Boot.