- Dec 26, 2015
- Asus ROG Strix Z370-F
- HD 630 + GT 710
- Classic Mac
thanks for the info I try with hardware acceleration in the browser, as far as the boot after the update w10, always starts with windows, to me the procedure worked, basically it is the same thing as when you install it for the first time however getting the copy of the EFI folder and copy it to the EFI partition is the fastest thing to do if it should happen again
Thank you for the tip, however I'm not sure I understand. So you've installed Win10, and it's only booting to win10 -- how did you fix the EFI? The guide says use Unibeast USB to boot your internal OSX and change it from within OSX, but I wasn't able to boot OSX because of the 'root device' error. I could only boot the Unibeast OSX installer, or Win10. Can you mount/edit the EFI partition from Win10, is that what you mean?
I did get it to work with terminal, but I will probably need to do it again after Windows Update so I would be grateful to know an easier way.