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Hello everybody

I would like to ask for help, to dual boot Bigsur Windows 10 using open core 0.6.6

i read that windows will boot if you don't provide DSDT or SSDT, i use the dsdt.aml provided by Maldon it may depend on that, or I need to check something else

thank you

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22 minutes ago, iFabio said:

Hello everybody

I would like to ask for help, to dual boot Bigsur Windows 10 using open core 0.6.6

i read that windows will boot if you don't provide DSDT or SSDT, i use the dsdt.aml provided by Maldon it may depend on that, or I need to check something else

thank you

you should add windows boot entry in config.plist misc / entries 

https://github.com/sarkrui/Hackintosh-Z390-Aorus-Pro-9700K-RX580/wiki/How-to-add-a-boot-entry-in-OpenCore

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Hi, thanks for your reply and sorry for not replying earlier, I was away on business

i followed the guide, but on boot when i start windows 10 it tells me system restore

advice

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This also happened to me because having disabled intel optane and changed the disks mode to hachi mode, solved by restarting windows in safe mode and restarting again the hachi drivers will be installed  change the last part of the path from

/\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi      >      /\EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI

the ending will be like this      PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x17,0x0)/Sata(0x2,0xFFFF,0x0)/HD(1,GPT,0000014D-3110-1321-230C-D7019A020000,0x800,0xADE81)/\EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI

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question: but from the open core version 0.6.6 the BOOT folder and Bootstrap must be deleted I am wrong.

so i have to boot windows in safe mode and change the last part to /\EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI, I need to install BOOTx64.efi 

can you confirm

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17 minutes ago, iFabio said:

question: but from the open core version 0.6.6 the BOOT folder and Bootstrap must be deleted I am wrong.

so i have to boot windows in safe mode and change the last part to /\EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI, I need to install BOOTx64.efi 

can you confirm

at version 0.6.6 the bootstrap folder must be deleted but not the boot folder, you just have to change the entry in your config. look at my as in picture boot with windows and ubuntu 

if you have installed windows BOOTX64.EFI is already present in the Windows Efi folder

https://imgur.com/gallery/D2DgWRp

https://imgur.com/gallery/zbU7bJl

https://imgur.com/gallery/O9VAKkZ

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done as you said, checked EFI windows 10 folder present BOOT folder with BOOTX64.efi restarted it always gives me automatic recovery preparation, or a wheel that turns infinitely
in the config.plist I have to set something for windows


advice

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Use a boot key and avoid boot into windows with opencore

is the best and security things

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7 minutes ago, anto barreca said:

Yes, but by now he has focused on this😄

the idea from devs is non-sense

macos is not linux

we need several patches for work very nice

ssdt dont solve many things, the problem is that

the good idea is drop edited things for macos if we boot into windows

devs say, is non-security things, but we using it since 2005

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8 minutes ago, MaLd0n said:

the idea from devs is non-sense

macos is not linux

we need several patches for work very nice

ssdt dont solve many things, the problem is that

the good idea is drop edited things for macos if we boot into windows

devs say, is non-security things, but we using it since 2005

yes I understood this thanks I hope he understands it too 😂  I have no more ideas to make it work as he says

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