Really glad to hear it!!
Yup 100%. It's very strange -- not sure what to make of it.It's usually the other way around:
Are you sure that Windows does not appear in BIOS Boot Menu, but it does appear and does boot through OpenCore Picker?
- Windows appears in BIOS Boot Menu
- Windows does not appear in OpenCore Picker
Suggestion:Yup 100%. It's very strange -- not sure what to make of it.
The m.2 is obviously detected by the motherboard, but it just doesn't show up as a Boot option.
I think I have the same problem but using a Razer Kiyo (slow connection message with FaceTime when I have a smoking fast connection, at lease on my end). Haven't checked TV app, but will do.Upon reviewing another thread, it might be a DRM issue as mentioned below in another build thread below:
Perhaps something I could change in my config.plist as well? Any suggestions? I noticed that I cant watch any trailers or free episodes on AppleTV.
@ItshutaI have a plugin for mail that is acting heretically.
I checked my SIP status using the terminal.
System Integrity Protection status: unknown (Custom Configuration).
Apple Internal: disabled
Kext Signing: disabled
Filesystem Protections: disabled
Debugging Restrictions: disabled
DTrace Restrictions: disabled
NVRAM Protections: disabled
BaseSystem Verification: disabled
This is an unsupported configuration, likely to break in the future and leave your machine in an unknown state.
I am using the HackinDROM to disable the SIP so is this respond normal ?
Is it safe to use terminal to try to disable SIP again using the terminal command ?
Ah, you're a wizard. That did it, thank you.Suggestion:
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- Let's check if LauncherOption is disabled as shown:
If it's currently enabled, please disable this option, then:
- At OpenCore Picker, press spacebar to reveal extra options
- Select Reset NVRAM at the far right
- When system reboots, check if Windows appears in BIOS Boot Menu (press F12 at Gigabyte splash screen)