- Feb 18, 2011
- Sawtooth Build
- i5 650 @ 3.3Ghz or 3.7Ghz
- MSI nVidia GeForce 610 2GB
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I have a Precision 690, used the iMac 13,1 SMBIOS definition, after following your instructions. I’ll try looking for that version of Clover and running it as a Legacy install. I have dual quad Xeons 35xx processors.I sure will.. but I'm moving the bedroom where I have the two boxes around right now and I'll have the High Sierra one hooked up later today.
I use legacy as on the T5400's as there is no UEFI... however I am still using an older version of Clover, you're certainly using a newer one. I THINK I have 4279 on it.. there's always a possibility a fix in a newer one for Mojave or something broke this chain of rig-jobs to make it work.
Wait... just re-read your post - do you want A) the EFI folder off the USB stick I install it from B) the EFI folder off the working Hack or both? (I'll default to both if I don't hear from you..) And what hardware are you using exactly? If it's a T5400 I can almost certainly get it to work for you.. I've got lots of experience on hacking this up on other older hardware too, so let me know in case I've dealt with something similar and maybe it's something I've run into. I've seen that stop before, maybe it'll jog my memory.
Edit: I just scrolled up a realized you're the one who said clearly it's a 690.. let me look up the hardware specs on that as I don't remember. You might be better off with a different system def, have you tried any others? In anycase, I'll drop another line later today with anything I came up with and attach the EFI folder goodies.
It’s running well on El Capitan. Logic says with a more current version of Clover Legacy and High Sierra it “should work”. Biggest difference are the processor in each.