- Sep 18, 2011
- Gigabyte GA-X99-UD4
- GTX 1080 Ti
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Go into the bios and select the correct hard drive you want to boot from and save the bios. Make it boot from the one with the menu. Then it should workHi malki
I hope you can help me with the problem I am having. As I mentioned earlier, I was able to install Sierra on two different hard drives with everything working including HDMI audio. However, something weird is happening. When I turn on the computer, instead of launching the familiar Clover boot window where you can select your boot disk, the system boots automatically with the last Sierra boot disk used. If I want to boot from the second Sierra drive, I have to select it by pressing F8 at boot time. What did I do wrong? Wrong bios settings? It is as if Clover were not installed while the hard drives boot fine.
I am really puzzled. Help, please!