@trs96 for sure it is not for me... it's for a friend who use Clover 5135 with i7-8700K and Asus Maximus X Hero. He is trying to install Big Sur from Mojave. But the installation doesnt go to the last step. The computer goes to sleep, and, when he wake up it, it's still Mojave with some Big Sur volumes inside.Ed has a completely different CPU and motherboard than you do. Wouldn't be of much use to you.
It's likely I forgot to remove it.why do you have 2 times opencanopy.efi inside? once in the OC folder and once in the Driver folder as recommended.
LOL I'm not, by any standards, a pro when it comes to hackintoshing, the one that helped me the most here was always @Stork . I did go with FakeSMC because of some comment by someone (likely in this thread) but I honestly don't remember why I had to go with FakeSMC. All I know is that someone recommended it and after I started using it, my sensors started to work properly.why did you choose to use FakeSMC and not Virtual SMC, is it specific to this card, maybe this is a point where we are totally wrong with its 5135 EFI clover ... i imagine you are a real pro to do something touchy like that.
That's also something I forgot to remove. For my setup you only need OpenCanopy, OpenRuntime and HfsPlus.and why some legacy drivers ?, I feel very ignorant about this or this motherboard is very unusual? I did not even know that we could have several "HFSPlus"
thanks, i was wondering, because i don't see the "Flavour" lines i guess it's a choice to let you use bootstrap , cause you still have the Bootstrap file inside ... even if it has been deleted since 3 or 4 for versions, but we can probably re-embed it by choice.
I run Big Sur with Clover on this board and it works great! Had no issues updating from Mojave but read first on the GitHub that you must not hide the Preboot volume in Clover config and select that to boot from the same as OpenCore does.