- Jan 20, 2018
- ASUS ROG MAXIMUS X HERO Z370
- Vega 56
- Mobile Phone
Ok, I booted from USB - got only the help program and the terminal.
Sorry, but I am stuck here, (a real NOOB) how can I boot the EFI partition to copy your files to it?
Hi Stork! I have already a iMac 2015 but thinking about get the same build as you made.
But I have a problem, the 580 RX Pulse are out of stock... but, they're selling the 580 Pulse "Lite", maybe this "lite" card be incompatible? The difference on 570 and 580 Lite are only 20€ !
The macOS installer creates a couple of "containers" like partitions. So, you'll see them as well as your macOS disk name.I managed to get thru the install, and install the MultiBeast part. Now, when I rebooted the computer and selected the the internal SSD UEFI, it booted into Clover 4630 but there is now drive option shown.....
But, when I boot from the USB, I can see the MacOS drive, and, then, I can boot into High Sierra.
The macOS installer creates a couple of "containers" like partitions. So, you'll see them as well as your macOS disk name.
After your run MultiBeast and before you reboot (as I mention in my procedures), check to see if your macOS disk name is in the Boot "area" of the config.plist.
No. You select your default boot drive in the BIOS (see OP). Then, when you run MultiBeast, it will add your (installed macOS) boot drive to config.plist Boot parameter list.I was able to get it going by adding APFS.EFI to the clover boot efi. On you[r] Asus board does it automatically switch boot drives to the last drive that you booted? Is there a way to force it to always reboot to the clover drive?