- May 29, 2013
- Asus Z370-G Gaming (Wi-Fi AC)
- i9-9900K OC'd @ 5.0GHz
- RX 6600 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
You could try createinstallmedia method and then manually install Clover after that. Google it.Could you suggest what I am doing wrong?
So everything is working fine with Parstychef's help.
But now I have a strange problem and a couple of questions:
Problem: I have a Z-370E MB, it seems to work fine at the beginning but then after a while it does not boot anymore. Looking at the BIOS I saw that there is an other boot drive called "Opencopre" and that's the one which gets automatically selected at boot time.
If I manually go in the Bios and tell it to start with my EFI folder it boots. No matter what boot order I put the drives in BIOS it always goes back to try "Opencore" first????
1) It seems to work with 3. monitors but it's a bit unstable. Anything I should change?
2) In my clover config.plist I have in boot args "-uia_exclude_hs -uia_exclude_ss uia_include=HS03;HS05;HS06;HS10;HS12;HS13;HS14;SS03;SS05;SS06" to setup my USB ports (again I have a Z-370E slightly different form Pastrychef's Z-370G) can I had the same string in OC?
After upgrading to 10.15.7 I noticed first high cpu usage from "accountsd" process and but also "VTEncoderXPCService". Any ideas? When I turn off photo's in iCloud it looks solve the issue.