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[SUCCESS] Gigabyte Designare Z390 (Thunderbolt 3) + i7-9700K + AMD RX 580

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After you have made the changes to the BIOS and saved them then it should shut down, so that it restarts with the new settings when booted again.

I mean, it shuts down every time I turn it on. It never turns on.
 
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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"
Try enabling Verbose like this:
  • At the Clover Boot Menu, press Spacebar.
  • Press down-arrow key until you get to the Verbose checkbox (first checkbox in the list).
  • Press Spacebar to toggle the checkbox on.
  • Press ESC to get back to the Clover Boot Menu.
  • Select Boot macOS from Mojave.
  • Now you will see lots of log messages. If the system freezes, take a photo and post it.
 
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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.
 

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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.
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.
 
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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).

EDIT: After some minutes off, it wake up finally. I'm creating now the USB installer from scratch (UniBeast).
 
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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).

Have you tried connecting a video cable to both the iGPU and dGPU at the same time? It could be booting but outputting the signal on a different port to what you are connected to.
 
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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.
 

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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.
No problem -- please continue to use the CLOVER/drivers/UEFI folder.
  • The old Clover 4xxx uses CLOVER/drivers64UEFI
  • The new Clover 5xxx uses CLOVER/drivers/UEFI
Also note that you should not use AptioMemoryFix.efi. Instead, use the latest OcQuirks/FwRuntimeServices from the ZIP file attached here. Just delete AptioMemoryFix.efi from CLOVER/drivers/UEFI and copy all three files from the attached ZIP into the same folder. You must have EmuVariableUefi.efi (or EmuVariableUefi-64.efi) as well.
 

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New versions of AppleALC, Lilu, WEG, VirtualSMC are out. Will test later this week.
 
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