- Jul 31, 2012
- HD4600 / RX 570
- Mobile Phone
I'd clone the SSD to the HDD, verify that the HDD boots and works correctly, then install to the SSD. I have to imagine trying to install Catalina and then verify things are working properly would be an exercise in frustration on spinning rust.Yeah. i have seen the sniki's guide using hotpatch method.
I am developing an iOS application and must upgrade to Catalina within a day or two. I am running my Mojave on SSD. I have an extra hard disk. So, i am thinking of installing the Catalina to that hard drive, if everything goes well, i will clone the HDD to my SSD. does this sound good @trs96 ?
Sounds fine to me.
Yes, you can do that but you'll still need to use the custom config.plist instead of the ones generated by those two apps.Is it possible to use this guide with Catalina and Catalina versions of UniBeast and Multibeast ?
i am trying to use the guide by @Sniki. I installed clover bootloader into my bootable USB for Catalina. Selected the option "Install Mac OS Catalina ...", but could not reach the installer. the screen was stuck at apple logo.
i believe Unibeast and Multibeast method is easy to follow and i have used this method in the past to install Mojave.
Is it possible to use this guide with Catalina and Catalina versions of UniBeast and Multibeast ?
Follow this one instead: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...rm-factors-using-clover-uefi-hotpatch.279627/Hi, can i follow this guide for Catalina
Thank you. How about the green plastic part that locks the drives in position? I searched and searched but cannot find such a part.How to I install additional drives into HP 8300 Elite MT? Where can I get those screws and the green locking brackets? Is there a simpler way? Thanks.