- May 8, 2018
- ASRock Fatal1ty Z370 iTX
- UHD 630
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Over the last week I have come to the same conclusion. It seems that Multibeast is a good way to get started, but that it isn't as well tested or updated nearly enough to be confident it will do what we need on the most recent type hardware (Z370 in particular). I am still trying to understand Clover (the program and components) - not enough docs so I am learning by trial and error. Would it be possible to get screen shots of your individual Clover pages (I know most people tend to post the text versions of what they did, but I am having difficulty translating those files into which check boxes I should utilize).Yeah. Something is preventing me from editing my original post. MultiBeast is crap. That's why I tell everybody to go with the Clover method. I think they offer that, or similar now on this site: https://www.tonymacx86.com/resources/categories/clover-builds.12/
In particular What are the minimal clover settings to equate to what Multibeast wants to do - in order to just get the boot to be correct (before I go and improve the graphics/usb-3/ethernet kexts.
I am also trying to understand where if there is an importance as to where I place the kexts. My instinct is to put them all in the EFI, but some people put some of them in the /Library/Extensions folder - what are your thoughts?
Grateful for your guidance.