- Nov 11, 2018
- Asus ProArt Z690-Creator
- RX 6800 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Quite right. We just need to insert a USB flash disk that has an EFI partition. Screenshots will be saved to the EFI partition of the USB flash disk.Thanks for replying back Casey. As you mentioned, to take the screenshot in BIOS through F12 Key, I tried that also, and its giving me an error message cannot create file with some number mentioned below
In the BOOT section of BIOS we can rearrange the order in which the various drives are selected for booting.and as you had already seen the multiple EFI Partition on the boot option please suggest what can be done in that regard. Just wanted to know flushing the BIOS will be solution for this or not and as I know which is the correct booting drive for the OC 0.7.0. I am bit curious now how to work with BIOS and remove Unwanted EFI entries from it. I will search more for that in your Threads as you always been a great help. I really want to appreciate that for such a prompt response.
And @Inqnuam he also being a great help always and for replying back asap. You both are great and I hope we will getting such a great response always in coming years also and stay blessed always and stay safe both of you and keep Hackintoshing.
If you know which drive contains OpenCore 0.7.0, simply select that drive from the Priority 1 pull down list. All other Priority positions can be left alone. Then save and exit.
When the system reboots and OpenCore Picker appears, take a look at the bottom right corner of the screen. Does it say REL-070-…. ?