- Jan 7, 2019
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
Try enabling Verbose like this:I restarted and now it goes directly inside the boot menu with the following choices :
- Boot FileVault Prebooter from Preboot
- Boot macOs Install Prebooter from Preboot
- Boot macOs from Mojave
- Boot Recovery from Recovery
If I choose "Boot FileVault Prebooter from Preboot", there's a black screen with an apple and nothing happens.
If I choose "Boot macOs Install Prebooter from Preboot", there's shortly a black screen with an apple and right after a "no entry panel" logo.
If I choose "Boot macOs from Mojave", If I choose "Boot FileVault Prebooter from Preboot", there's a black screen with an apple and nothing happens.
So I can't access to the EFI to put the "-1"
Please see Post-Installation instructions in Post #1 by clicking here. The second spoiler in that section, Post-Installation with MultiBeast 11.2.0, provides the details.Hi, guys! It appears that Clover Boot Manager is not installed on my EFI partition on my main NVMe drive. But my drive just goes straight into Mojave. It was available when I was booting from the USB stick. Is there a simple way to get the boot manager on to the NVMe drive?
Thanks in advance.
I mean, it shuts down every time I turn it on. It never turns on.
You will need to reset the BIOS again by shorting the pins and reconfiguring it again.
Yes! I'm doing it. And every time I enter BIOS settings with parameters in the spoiler, it shuts down (and it never go up).
No problem -- please continue to use the CLOVER/drivers/UEFI folder.One question about USB creation procedure:
At the end of the guide to modifying config.plist (is a spoiler), it says that there is a EFI/CLOVERdrivers64UEFI folder, but my EFI folder, after Unibeast build, has not that folder. It has just a simple "drivers" folder.