To start, I wiped my Yosemite install, started completely fresh by wiping my whole SSD and reinstalling Mac OS X as El Capitan and installed my bootloader as one of the newer versions of Clover. I have my current plist attached. I'm having these 2 weird, recurring issues installing Clover build 3763 and El Capitan. I want to note for both of these issues that "nvda_drv=1" is always in my boot flags even if I take it out. I have checked in my plist that it is not set as a boot argument.
The first issue that I keep having through multiple attempts is that when I have my Nvidia 740SC physically installed in my computer, I keep getting the "could not allocate runtime area" error. I tried booting by injecting Nvidia, installing the web drivers (even though I shouldn't need them, cause the card is natively supported), no injection at all, etc. Not matter what I've tried basically it will not boot up. I've had this issue ever since my SSD crashed and died (which is why I'm having to reinstall now). I'm thinking at this point that possibly my card got fried too. I can only boot with it physically installed if I do nv_disable=1. However, in my Windows 10 partition, I can detect the card just fine...and it seems there are no issues (No I do not have the Windows drivers installed for the card.) I don't know how to get my computer working with my card installed at all. I've tried everything I could find.
The second issue, is that "Inject EDID" is checked off by default in my options, and I cannot boot like that. In order to boot I have to manually uncheck it and stick with "Inject Intel". Then I can boot fine and there are no issues. If I leave it checked, I also get the "could not allocate runtime area" message. Not sure at this point why this error keeps appearing.
Thank you to any and all who help me with this mystery that I cannot solve alone.