- Feb 5, 2013
- Gigabyte Vision D
- Vega 56
My Asus Z370-A running OC 6.3 runs almost perfectly, BUT (well, I wouldn't be posting after all this time if I didn't have an issue...).
For the life of me, I can't get OC to respect boot order in OpenCanopy (or at the cli, either). As I need Mojave for some apps, I have it installed on a separate SSD, but that's what always shows up first in the boot menu every time. And that is despite choosing it as startup disk in sysprefs and Crtl-enter at the menu. It always goes to Mojave first, which is not what I want.
I know there was an issue with NVRAM with these boards, but I thought there had been some workarounds.
I've loaded SSDT-PMC, made a lot of adjustments in my config.plist (recommended at Dortania). I've changed csr-active-config from 03000000 to 67000000 to 77080000 and back. I think this system might actually have some nvram, but maybe not it's large enough? I should say that I don't really care about nvram, I just want the boot order to select Catalina first and not Mojave. Did you have this issue on your Z370-G?
I took a look at your latest OC 6.2 EFI and didn't see anything that was a huge difference to my EFI. And, as most everything (including sleep) works as perfectly as it ever has on this machine, well, maybe I should just live with it.
Still, I just wonder if you have any thoughts at all or know of any change for this?
Never mind, I fixed it! Hope you're doing well.....