Direct boot

Pulsar

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Hi guys,

I was wondering how I could set, aside from the BIOS settings, the direct boot of my Hack without having to manually select the boot disk all the time.

Thanks (y)
 

Aluveitie

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You can set the default with ctrl + enter, then set the timeout to 0. But always good to have a boot stick with an EFI that has the picker enabled.
 

RyzeCooker

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Also check what is set under Preferences > Startup Disk under macOS. Every time I do an NVRAM reset it defaults to my Windows drive and I have to manually set it again.
 

Pulsar

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You can set the default with ctrl + enter, then set the timeout to 0. But always good to have a boot stick with an EFI that has the picker enabled.

Thanks for the reply guys.

Timeout 0 where should I set it? From the config file?
 

Pulsar

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Hello everybody!

Thanks for the answers.

I pressed enter + crtl on boot selecting the partition with the Hack and set timeout 0 in the config. NVRAM reset.

But it keeps giving me the same screen on boot.
 

Shaneee

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Set ShowPicker to false and it'll auto boot to the default device.
 
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