YAY! Believe it or not, you solved my problem.
I looked up "OcQuirks.efi" and found this guide by CaseySJwith updated software. I made a backup, then installed it.
After that, I was able to update the bootloader to 5117 with Clover Configurator!
After a restart, now CC shows my bootloader on 5117.
Guys n gals I need help! I've got a feeling the reason my clover isn't updating is because its trying to update to somewhere else on my Mac HD drive, as theres currently 2 clover_install_logs with two different clover versions so it seems a little mess. See the attached + my EFI folder does this look correct?
Any help here would be hugely appreciated
The screengrab you show is for a "Legacy" install. Given your profile shows an Asus Z390 motherboard, you would use a UEFI install instead.
The EFI folder you have uploaded will not boot a PC so is scrap. The one which you are booting from should be in the hidden EFI partition - this is UEFI
Mount your EFI partition using EFI Mounter v3.1 and take a look.
You can delete what ever EFI folder that is you uploaded.
Thank you very much!
Could you point me in the direction for a guide for the UEFI install? Will this mean starting from scratch as I've had this computer running for a month now so a little reluctant to start again.
So the print screens I have shown I will delete, these folders in the print screen wasnt the EFI folder I uploaded as the EFI folder I uploaded as this was the mounted one from EFI Mounter which does boot my PC.
That's a bit confusing to be honest, if you have had a working machine for a month.
I assume Catalina is your install.
The config.plist in your uploaded EFI is no way for your machine. MultiBeast would never put so many REM'd statements in there. For example: a Dell laptop and backlight control?
Clearly that comes from somewhere else.
There is also no visible FakeSMC.kext or VirtualSMC.kext. One, not both, is needed to boot. If there's one in Library/Extensions it shouldn't work for Catalina... But hey.
Also you have a live Windows install on a separate disk with it's own EFI partition. See your installer log.
So difficult to diagnose your problem right now. Clearly we haven't yet seen the EFI that does boot your machine.
Having more than one active EFI partition will potentially confuse any updater.
Edit: the latest Clover installer log is from 17th April 2020.