- Oct 16, 2014
- ASUS Z87-DELUXE/DUO
- Intel® Core™ i7-4770K
- ASUS GTX770 DC2OC
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Thanks. It's clearer now. I've tried these two combinations:@herrlee,
From Part-2 of the guide :-
As for Clovers "Custom UUID" field on the "System Parameters" page ..... as already discussed in almost all instances this should be left empty but "Inject System-Id" should always be checked/selected in which case Clover will inject the value of "SmUUID" on the "SMBIOS" page as the SystemId or if "SmUUID" is left blank then Clover will attempt inject the UUID provided by the BIOS for System-Id.
I agree that it is a little confusing but remember that both Clover and Clover Configurator are still in beta and being developed ....
I think "Custom UUID" should be renamed "Custom platform-UUID" and the "Inject System-Id" option should be moved next to the "SmBIOS" field on the SMBIOS page.
Hope this helps to clarify things for you, I take it you found System-Id in correct location in the registry.
1. SmUUID -->some value, InjectSystemID -->no
Result: no System-Id in 'IODeviceTree', 'Hardware UUID' is SmUUID
2. SmUUID -->some value, InjectSystemID -->yes, CustomUUID-->same as SmUUID
Result: System-Id is SmUUID, 'Hardware UUID' is some random number, CustomUUID seems useless.
Is this a bug of clover(r2999)?
In both situations, the system functions well, should I set InjectSystemID -->yes and let the system generate 'Hardware UUID'? Doing this, it'll be identified as a different mac.