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  1. Dual Boot with clover bootloader Dual booting is kinda easy.if you installing in different hard drive then dont have to do much.Clover/other boot loader can detect auto all the OS drives.But for same HDD and Laptop, its bit tricky.Here i posted some useful configs, use then at will. Method 1: This is much better option but its writes on you bios . Enter the BIOS, look for boot option and add /EFI/Clover/Cloverx64.efi ,make it as top priority of the boot sequence. Method 2: Use an USB to boot into OS X, do the settings below, Use Clover Configurator to mount the EFI partition (Mount EFI> ) Rename bootmgfw.efi in /EFI/Microsoft/Boot to bootmgfwA.efi Copy Cloverx64.efi in /EFI/Clover to /EFI/Microsoft/Boot and rename it bootmgfw.efi Method 3: Recommended option Open EFI and then navigate to /EFI/Microsoft/Boot/ and rename bootmgfw.efi to bootmgfwA.efi. Open Clover Configurator > Select your config > GUI Now fill the settings below Under “Custom Entries” click on the “+” then Double click on the “New custom entry” Volume: Give a name (Windows) Path: \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfwA.efi Title (tick it): and change “New Custom Entry” to Windows or anything u like Hidden: No Type: Windows Volume type: Internal If you want to Hidden recovery partition then Click again on “+”: Title(tick it): Recovery HD (OS X) Hidden: Yes Type: OSXRecovery If you have Linux then You rename /EFI/Linux distro/grubx64.efi to grubx64U.efi and add in Custom Entries: Path: \EFI\linux distro\grubx64U.efi Title (tick it): Grub (your Linux distro’s name) Hidden: No Type: Linux Enjoy dual boot.
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