Posted on March 25, 2015 Updated on September 20, 2015
This entry was posted in TroubleShooting and tagged Clover Bootloader, Windows Dual Boot.
i wanna to thank u for this steps
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Hi. thanks for the great tutorial.. I am having problem dual booting Win7 with Yosemite. Both OS installed in two separate SSD. Yosemite boot fine with Clover, while I can’t boot the windows from Clover.
Any specific tips? should i use the easybcd?
How did you formatted drive as GPT or MBR , what efi driver you have in clover HFSplus.efi and Ntfs.efi required for drives proper detection and you have to choose drive which contains bootloader files for MBR look for System Reserved partition and for GPT efi partition
Use HFSPlus.efi or ntfs.efi in clover driver then now you have to manually add entries first check hows your windows is installed using MBR Partitioned ?? If yes then you have to choose system reserved partition while in clover menu to boot it to windows
Hi there! I am after sresh install of Yosemite on clover. I would love to add windows 7/10 to it. I have 1 ssd divided to 2 patritions, 1 is for OSX, other space is not in use at all (left it to format it with windows). Can you tell me please How can I add another option to my clover to run win7 setup disc from my dvd? 🙂
You directly boot from clover to dvd , but i gonna different in terms of bios which you have UEFI or Legacy ??
Make a GPT UEFI usb using rufus or dvd
1.first installed mac then install clover bootloader
2.install windows using clover or directly from bios
If clover is not present then again install it to EFI
Choose clover to install UEFI settings
You can also use easy uefi tool which will add your clover entry to bios
Now you have to select what you want :-
1. Directly choose mac or windows from bios
2. Choose clover to boot mac or windows
Note : make sure you have full GPT Drive with efi partition to have dual boot it ..
My guide is almost done which will male dual very easy for every bios will post soon
thank you very much! 🙂 I installed it directtly from bios 🙂
Good to know
Hi a good guide. Just to clarify if the disk has to be MBR or GPT? I can only use legacy on the machine i’m trying to install windows 7 and Yosemite.
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