How to Set Clover to Automatically Boot System Drive

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    Oct 4, 2015 at 11:59 PM #1
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    How to Set Clover to Automatically Boot System Drive
    If post-installation is complete, set your system drive to auto-boot from Clover boot screen with a timeout setting in config.plist

    1. Mount EFI if Clover installed to the EFI partition
    2. Open /EFI/CLOVER/config.plist in any text editor
    3. Navigate to Boot/DefaultVolume and add your drive's name
    4. Navigate to Boot/Timeout and enter a number in seconds (setting 0 will require hitting return to boot)
    5. Save file and reboot
     
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