- Sep 5, 2012
- Gigabyte GA-Z390X Designare
- Radeon VII
- Mobile Phone
If you have Clover greater than r5000, you can delete the "driversUEFI" folder. All drivers have to be in "drivers/UEFI"Hi again, reporting from my broken and re-fixed EFI-experience I had tonight, trying to get rid of OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi.
Long story short: It has yet to work. For now back on old efi..
I can't find it anywhere, just the EmuVariableUefi-64.efi version (from the OP). but as I understand you are explicitly writing about the /drivers folder not the /drivers64UEFI folder, right?
...and I shouldn't have the OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi in the 64 folder anyways am I correct? (I mean it runs now without it)
I am typing this on my setup and my folder looks like this (ain't I missing sth in there??):
View attachment 447956
oh and: If I manage to enable native NVRAM wouldn't the problem be solved anyways (since no more need for fake nvram)?
Talking about that:
I am a bit scared about that enabling procedure - is that really necessaryor is there a less risky workaround?
(I am on F8)
Thx for any help, would like to get rid of OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi asap
OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi can be replaced with FwRuntimeServices.efi and OcQuirks.efi and OcQuirks.plist
EmuVariableUefi-64.efi can be replaced with EmuVariableUefi.efi
enabling native NVRAM is no problem, if you really follow the guide and don't type any wrong codes while opening MSR. Then you don't need EmuVariableUefi.efi anymore.
Here is my UEFI folder to copy from (Clover r5103 with emulated nvram)