Discussion in 'General Hardware Discussion' started by RehabMan, Dec 21, 2016.
Read post #1.
I just made a new Clover v r4411 USB and downloaded the latest 10.13.3 apfs.efi (https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...apfs-efi-downloads.236103/page-4#post-1681873) and put it in drivers64UEFI although I didn't make APFS partition but the normal HFS+, I still cant see the new installed 10.13.3 when I boot with Clover...
What did I miss RehabMan ?
BTW, do I need so many drivers in both folders, and is that why the new installation partition is not showing up?
Off-topic. This topic is for NVMe on Sierra and El Capitan. Nothing to do with Clover detection.
sry for going Off-topic again but im trying to explain my situation here...
anyway right now im trying to read your guide section by section but wanted to ask is the clover inject okej to use or could that generate read error as piker mentioned with you in his blog here
if the clover inject its easier to use where can i find it ?
For 10.13, this guide does not apply.
10.13 has better native support for 512 byte LBA NVMe SSDs.
If you're actually installing Sierra or El Capitan, then follow the guide as written in post #1.
yes im on el capitan 10.11.6 right now and trying to enable the m.2 so i can see it.
I just installed IORegistryExplorer v2.1 but im not sure what to type in the search box to find the m.2 driver path... could please tell me what to search for thanks.
As per guide in post #1, the ACPI path is determined in Windows Device Manager.
It can also be determined from ioreg, but that method is not covered in this guide.
i understand but that is not off topic once again... so why cant you just tell me how so i can get this over with already, its ben all day long and i still havent get anywhere thanks to this back and forward situation.
Follow the guide in post #1.
If you have an issue or question, please provide all data requested in post #1 "Problem Reporting".
I didn't have access to Windoze, so I used IORegistryExplorer. See my post here to RehabMan as a guide what you need to look for. NB: my info will not be appropriate for your motherboard; use the info I gathered as a guide for what you need to look for.
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