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Hello i installed El Capitan installed after clover but pc not boot the clover. Blinking cursor in left side. there was no problem the other day. (sorry for my bad English)

 

 

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11 hours ago, animoinc said:

Hello i installed El Capitan installed after clover but pc not boot the clover. Blinking cursor in left side. there was no problem the other day. (sorry for my bad English)

Hi there,

 

We need more information before we can effectively help you.

  • PC Specs
  • Clover details
    • How was it installed?
      • UEFI Mode
      • Legacy Mode
        • boot0af
        • boot0ss
    • config.plist
    • drivers64uefi
    • Kexts

If you're on a platform that does not support UEFI, I would personally recommend Enoch instead of Clover.  In my experience it has a lot higher of a success rate than Clover on legacy systems.

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On 4/7/2019 at 4:28 AM, animoinc said:

Dont install FakeSMC. Boot problem after install FakeSMC kext. :)

For posterity: what did you use instead of FakeSMC?  VirtualSMC?

 

One or the other is required to even boot macOS; chances are, one of the two was already installed somewhere in the background.

 

You can verify which one you have by running `kextstat` as follows:

kextstat | grep -v com.apple

 

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On 3/24/2019 at 9:25 PM, SpecialCircumstances said:

@animoinc Glad to hear your issue is fixed, but you should consider telling us how you fixed it - That way other people who land here via search can get some hints to solve their own issue.

Dont install FakeSMC. Boot problem after install FakeSMC kext. :)

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