With RC scripts installed, Clover should remember the last booted volume. In the build guide we're installing EmuVariable without RC scripts; this is done just for the purpose of activating Messages, FaceTime, etc. Once activated, the guide recommends deleting EmuVariable and reinstalling it whenever it's needed again.I'm using EmuVariableUEFI-64 with installed RC scripts and don't have an issue so far. Therefore I keep EmuVariableUEFI-64 installed. I haven't recognised that Clover doesn't remember the last booted volume correctly, simply because my macOS Volume gets started automatically. I also have Windows 10 installed on a dedicated SSD.
I would recommend the latest released version of Clover. But make a full copy of the current EFI folder. I simply select the EFI folder name in Finder, then right-click and choose "Compress". This zips it up and I move it to my Documents folder.
all of themJust to confirm, which of the following are you currently using?
I did this and still no MB Audio showing up. Clover is updated. Deleted AptioMemoryFix I used Kext Beast to install AppleALC and verified it was 1.3.4 It is still in kext "others" folder in the EFI folder. Then I used kext utility to cleanup and restore permissions. It seemed to finish very quickly... Also it look like it does this in System/Library/extensions vs Library/extensions Is there a better way to rebuild kext caches?I would recommend the latest released version of Clover. But make a full copy of the current EFI folder. I simply select the EFI folder name in Finder, then right-click and choose "Compress". This zips it up and I move it to my Documents folder.
After the update:
If using the Clover standalone installer, ensure that the option to install Clover to EFI partition is selected from the "Customize" section.
- AptioMemoryFix should be deleted
- Double check that OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000 is still present
- PartitionDxe-64 is okay
- ApfsDriverLoader-64 is the one I'm using so it's fine; just use one APFS driver