- Jun 13, 2017
- Asus Prime A320I-K (AM4)
- Ryzen 7 5700X
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
Hello @Ben42,Why can't Hackindrom update to the new version OC??
Managing EFI Folders for an Existing BuildLet's use the example of Gigabyte Z490 Vision D to illustrate the process of managing multiple EFI folders. When we select this entry, we see a list of all available OpenCore versions.
- Next to each version are 4 icons:
- The first icon is a slide that enables or disables the EFI folder. When disabled, users will not be able to see or download that folder.
- The second icon shows the Release Notes and associated URL. Both can be edited at any time.
- The third icon is a warning or alert indicator to remind users to read the Release Notes.
- The fourth icon allows us to download the EFI folder to local disk.
- Notice the red dot in the middle of the blue OpenCore logo for the topmost entry. The red dot means this is the latest release. The latest release cannot be disabled.
- We can click the blue OpenCore logo for any other entry to make it the latest. Then the previous entry can be disabled.
- In the second screenshot below, we have disabled OpenCore 0.6.3 and now we see a red trash icon that allows us to delete the entry.
I'm currently not at home, but I did upload version 0.7.7 about a month ago.