- Mar 2, 2012
- Lenovo ThinkStation p700
- 2 X Xeon E5-2620 V3
- RX 560
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Thanks @P1LGRIM ... specifically built a 13,2 SMBIOS Catalina install USB to create a clean install. The result follows.OpenCore devs do not recommend iMac14,2 SMBIOS for use with your hardware.
Thanks for the tip.The first tip was known by me but the second one...I didn't now it.In addition to what @Edhawk commented, I propose you 2 things:
- In BIOS > Boot section, make sure macOS disk is placed first (first boot device)
- In OpenCore menu, with the macOS icon selected, press Ctrl (the selector icon changes to another icon) and press ENTER at the same time, thereby marking that macOS disk as the one that OpenCore will boot by default (only 0.6.8).
Thanks for the advice. AllowSetDefault is boolean, according to the Configuration PDF. My setting is "true". Should I change it to the failsafe "false"? Or change the type to "Integer"?In addition to this you need to set "Misc -> Security -> AllowSetDefault = 1", only then 'control + enter' will make selected boot option the default. If not check your NVRAM is working.
You can either choose to HideAuxilliary or define all your entries manually. Read the Misc Section of the OpenCore PDF for more info.
While it's best to useThanks for the advice. AllowSetDefault is boolean, according to the Configuration PDF. My setting is "true". Should I change it to the failsafe "false"? Or change the type to "Integer"?