- Sep 10, 2016
- ASUS Z170M-PLUS
- Intel i5 6600K
- Sapphire Radeon RX 560 4GB
- Mobile Phone
What to do after I open the folder - "/usr/standalone/i386/" ? Just open the folder and do nothing?
Why do we need step 2 and 3? I do not see any point to open that folder and do absolutely nothing.
P1LGRIM says to copy in finder /usr/standalone/i386/apfs.efi to /Volumes/EFI/EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI/
There is only one apfs.efi. Whether you download it form here or copy it from your local install is your choice. There are patched ones available to remove early logging messages. Thats all.Thank you P1LGRIM ! I understand these steps now, but I do not understand why do we need to download the apfs file from here . Do we have to copy this file somewhere?
I do not understand which apfs.efi to copy to EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI/ -
the apfs.efi from /usr/standalone/i386 or the one from this site ?
Like i said: It doesn't matter.
Regarding your boot issue: Maybe your BIOS is configured to bypass EFI volumes (bios compatibility mode). You can disable this, if your not relying on that. Or you need to copy apfs.efi to drivers64 folder, not drivers64UEFI.