- Feb 10, 2020
- Z390 Designare
- RX 5700 XT
Just to confirm with you it is my source drive which is reported to have the error not the destination drive.Hello @Daranski,
For the time being, please do this:
This should make the DESTINATION disk bootable unless there is a more serious partition error on the drive. After doing the above 3 bullets, reboot the system, press F12 at BIOS Splash Screen, and boot from the BACKUP disk. At the OpenCore Picker, pick the BACKUP copy of macOS.
- Remove the EFIClone script from your CCC task.
- Manually mount the EFI partitions of the SOURCE and DESTINATION drives using any EFI mounting utility of choice. OpenCore Configurator --> Tools --> Mount EFI can be used.
- Then copy the entire EFI folder from the SOURCE and copy it to the DESTINATION. Replace the existing one if so prompted.
Does the backup of macOS boot up properly?
If I follow your instructions would I not be copying the supposed faulty EFI partition from my Source drive to the destination drive?