- Oct 3, 2016
- Dell Vostro 14 (3468)
- HD 620
- Mobile Phone
Hi RehabMan. I followed the above linked guide but I got confuse at one point and will appreciate your help.Follow the Clover guide linked from the FAQ.
/dev/disk0 (internal, physical):
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: GUID_partition_scheme *500.1 GB disk0
1: EFI EFI 209.7 MB disk0s1
2: Apple_HFS Internal 188.9 GB disk0s2
3: Apple_HFS Sierra 119.9 GB disk0s3
4: Apple_Boot Recovery HD 650.0 MB disk0s4
5: Apple_HFS Elementary 190.2 GB disk0s5
The above is my partition map. I have a BIOS motherboard(doesn't support UEFI). You said two things:
Note: If you're using Clover legacy, the USB should definitely be MBR.
- select the target of the install to "CLOVER EFI" using "Change Install Location"
And then you said
Installing to the HDD/SSD after installation is very similar to installing to the USB. Refer back to this section when you get to that stage.
Now the problem is I have GPT based partition scheme but BIOS and no UEFI support. When I try to install Clover, the installer gives me the choice of all the partitions except the EFI partition. So I installed Clover on
Apple_HFS Sierra 119.9 GB disk0s3
Which is actually the partition where I have installed Sierra. When I restarted and went into Clover(not from USB but Clover installed on Hard drive), it did list "Boot from MacOs Sierra" and "Sierra Recovery" but when I go to "Boot from Sierra" it only gives a few lines of log in which one line is kernel panic if I'm not mistaken.
Sorry for the long post, now my question is, keeping my setup
Recap: BIOS, Clover Legacy, GPT partition scheme
in which partition should I install Clover? Sorry it's unclear from the guide.
Update: Attached log photo