- Dec 28, 2012
- ASRock X299 CREATOR
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Really? Strange enough, I had problems with 0.5.8 not showing Windows on x58. Now 0.5.9 doesn't show Windows on both, x58 AND z390. Never tried NDK though. I keep OC on a stick for testing purposes, still not satisfied though.
I have NDK's version of Opencore and I am currently on 059, and I boot Mojave, Catalina, Ubuntu (20.04), and Windows 10, and they all boot just fine. I also had them all working on 058, but when 058 first came out, there were issues with Windows 10, even on NDK's version of 058 (because he adds only a very few small, but important changes to OC - meaning even this version of OC was susceptible to this issue with booting Windows 10 on OC).
The additional properties that NDK's version of OC offer I think were critical in my being able to fix this issue quickly and get them all to boot properly. The key properties to adjust in OC are in the Booter Quirks, and the property "Enable for all" (only available in NDK's version of OC). I have an X299 system and Z370 system, and I had to adjust the Booter quirks differently for each system, but once I had those set properly, both the Z370 system and the X299 system booted Windows properly. Upgrading from 058 to 059 was very simple given I had these properties set correctly. But again, my systems are set for NDK's version of OC only.
So, it can be done. People forget that OC still is a beta - a very good beta, but it's still a beta and in very rapid development, meaning lots of changes can come very quickly.
Good to know it isn't just me, or just that Revision.
I always wished and still wish for those features in standard OC.
Nah, I never forgot that. Thats the main reason, why I still have it on a stick.
Just outta curiosity: I assume you used the standard OC, as well, right? Have you ever had some weird mouse "lags", like on the old Razer Orochi, paired over BT entering a standby state, whenever you didn't move the mouse and kinda had a liitle lag, when "waking up"? I'm having those, but only after a couple of boots with OC. After booting with Clover a few times it's gone. I already mentioned it somewhere in this thread. My keyboard and mouse are actually good Corsair products, but still (K70 Mk2 and Dark Core, I intend to switch back to Logitech in the near future).
Btw is it hard to convert standard OC to NDK and vice versa?
Hello @Mork_vom_Ork, I'll answer your question in that thread shortly (unless someone beats me to it!).@CaseySJ @Elias64Fr
Please take a look to this thread: Issues while generating own UID and ThunderboltDROM
Need your help there. Thanx in advance...
Mork vom Ork
Haven't used the standard version of OC in quite a while, actually.......when I tried it, it was working, but the incompatabilities with my two Asus boards and my four OS boot systems made it not very useful. I did not experience a mouse lag on either of my two systems, but I don't use BT much, so my experience on that issue on these two systems may not be relevant to your issue with mouse lag.
Hey CaseySJ, previously, I have Windows installed on a separate M.2 drive in my ASUS X99 Deluxe II and now I would like to remove it. Do I need to change anything in the BIOS or it is safe to just removed the drive.
The system is still working great with your EFI!
A quick update on my Asus X99 Deluxe II:Hello @PicLock,
It's perfectly okay to just remove it. It can even be moved to another system, but it may need re-activation. I'm not too familiar with activation procedures in Windows, but if it's possible to deactivate it first, then it might be easier to reactivate it on a new system.
By the way, are you booting the Asus X99 Deluxe II with Clover or OpenCore? Recently I attempted to migrate Clover settings to a freshly configured OpenCore folder, but the system fails immediately at the start of boot.