- Aug 22, 2016
- Gigabyte GA-Z170X-UD5 TH (F22g)
- i7 6700K
- HD 530
I followed the instructions, replacing apfs.efi in CLOVER\drivers64UEFI, then installed latest Clover bootloader (4509) and ran Combo updater. It hung on reboot and, after resetting the machine, on boot NONE of my Mac partitions show up at all. Not even if I plug in my external backup. I know the boot drive is still there, however, because Clover boots fine and I can still boot into my Windows partition. I then booted using my 10.13.4 installation using Colver on my external drive and was able to see all of the Mac partitions and boot from my main Mac partition. The install partition is visible too.
This surely means that there's something wrong with the Clover partition of my main drive, right? I'll reinstall Clover to it now, and see if that doesn't fix it. Otherwise, any ideas on how I can get my Mac partitions back?
++++++++++ UPDATE +++++++++++
Booting using Clover 4458 and 10.13.4 apfs.efi from my external hard driver allowed me to install the 10.13.5 update to my main drive, which also boots fine.
It would appear that the problem is with Clover 4509. I didn't change any setting when I installed it over the previous Clover version; all I changed was adding the 10.13.5 apfs.efi in CLOVER\drivers64UEFI
You're not the only one who's experienced this behavior with Clover 4509. Required me to install an earlier version and everything was fine then.