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voila j'ai un asus n55sf avec windows10 et  et j'ai partitionner mon disc dur pour installer sierra

donc j'ai reussi a installer sierra avec une cle usb(clover et sierra) mais je suis obliger de boot tout le temps sur la cle usb pour pouvoir lancer sierra

donc je recherche les kexts pour mon materiel

merci de votre aide

 

voici mon materiel

 

Hello everybody I have an asus n55sf with windows10 and I have partitioned my hard drive to install sierra So I managed to install sierra with a usb key (clover and sierra) but I am obliged to boot all the time on the usb key to be able to launch sierra So I search kexts for my material Thank you for your help Here is my material


 

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Did you follow Qwels suggestion?

When macOS initialises a storage device with GUID partition map, a hidden EFI partition is created.

Clover uses this partiton for its magic. As you seem to be able to boot from USB stick, you probably forgot to move the Clover files to your main drive´s EFI partition.

Mount the USB´s EFI, copy the EFI folder to your desktop.

Eject the USB EFI

Mount the HDD´s EFI

Copy over the EFI folder from your desktop.

 

To mount EFI, you may proeed like this in Terminal:

 

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According to Wikipedia “On Apple–Intel architecture Macintosh computers, the EFI partition is initially blank and not used for booting. However, the EFI partition is used as a staging area for firmware updates.”  When people look to create non-standard boot environments or attempt to build a hackintosh, the first step is often mounting and modifying the EFI boot partition.  Before you read any further, take note: altering your EFI boot partition is not supported by Apple and The Mac Admin takes no responsibility if you render your computer(s) unbootable by mounting and modifying this partition.
To mount an EFI boot partition, follow these steps:
1. Discover the volume identifier for your EFI boot partition.
Run this command:
diskutil list
The output should look something like this:
/dev/disk0
 #: TYPE                     NAME          SIZE       IDENTIFIER
 0: GUID_partition_scheme                  *251.0 GB  disk0
 1: EFI                                    209.7 MB   disk0s1
 2: Apple_HFS                Macintosh HD  250.1 GB   disk0s2
 3: Apple_Boot               Recovery HD   650.0 MB   disk0s3
 
In this case, the volume identifier of the EFI partition is disk0s1
2. Create a mount point.
A mount point is a directory where a non-booted volume is mounted.  On Mac OS X, mount points are typically created in /Volumes.  We can create a directory called efi within /Volumes by running the following command:
sudo mkdir /Volumes/efi
 
3. Mount the EFI partition at the efi mount point.
Run the command:
sudo mount -t msdos /dev/disk0s1 /Volumes/efi
 
That’s it.  Your EFI volume will be mounted.  Modify it at your own risk.

 

(Taken from The Mac Admin)

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