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peerl

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Hello everyone, I have this problem, I have a video card nvidia 3060 rtx, and a Ryzen 7 5700G processor, and there is such a problem, Macos works without lags only when I completely remove the video card from the computer, and I would like to ask for help, I want to have two systems , MacOS and Windows, but for MacOS to run on my processor without a video card, and when I launched Windows, the video card started working together with the processor, does anyone know if this is possible? (I have a working build of MacOS Monterey)
 

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peerl

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Edhawk

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It does work, if you follow the guide correctly.
It is easy to get it wrong if you are new to creating/editing SSDT’S.
 
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peerl

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how can i install 2 OS, Windows 11 and MacOS on 1 drive (I have 2 drives if this information can help you)
 

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When using TWO drives, all you need to do is this:
  1. Install one drive in your system.
    1. Install macOS on to the drive.
    2. When you have completed the macOS installation, copy your OpenCore EFI to the EFI partition on the macOS drive.
    3. Then shutdown the system and remove the macOS drive.
  2. Install the 2nd drive.
    1. Install Windows on this drive using GPT/GUID not MBR.
      • I use Rufus to create the Usb installer for Windows so it is in the correct format for dual booting the two OS's,
      • http://rufus.ie/en/
    2. When Windows has been installed. Shutdown the system.
  3. Reinstall the macOS Drive.
    1. Boot the system and enter the Bios.
    2. Select the UEFI partition on the macOS drive as your priority/first boot drive.
    3. Save and boot the system,
  4. OpenCore boot screen should appear after the Bios/Manufacturer's Splash screen,
  5. You should have a Windows and macOS boot icon visible on the OC boot screen.
    1. Select one and you should boot in to that OS.
    2. Reboot and select the other, and you should boot in to the other OS.
  • To set a default boot drive on the OC boot screen, simply highlight the drive icon you want to set as default boot
  • This is the drive you want to be automatically booted by your system, after the OpenCore pre-set TimeOut has completed.
  • Press and hold the 'Ctrl' key, then press the Enter/Return key.
  • The up arrow icon below the OS icon will change to a circular arrow, which indicates the drive has been set as the default boot drive for OC.
 

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To install macOS and Windows on the same drive do this:
  1. Format your drive in HFS+/GUID with 2 x Partitions,
    1. I would use Disk Utility on another system to do this.
    2. One partition will be for macOS and the other for Windows.
  2. Install the drive in the system you want to dual boot on the single drive.
  3. Install macOS on the drive, This must be the first OS installed.
    1. Select the first HFS+ partition as the installation location for macOS.
    2. The HFS+ partition will be erased and an APFS container and macOS volume will be created in the space previously occupied by the HFS+ partition.
    3. Install macOS as normal.
    4. Shutdown when completed.
  4. Remove the macOS USB installer and replace it with the GPT/GUID Windows installation USB.
  5. Boot the Windows USB.
    1. When asked for the location to install Windows, select the 2nd HFS+ partition.
    2. This partition needs to be deleted before Windows can be installed.
    3. Select the now 'Free' Space on the drive for the Windows Installation.
    4. Windows will complete as normal, after a few reboots.
    5. Shut down the system.
  6. Insert the macOS USB installation drive, boot from the USB drive.
    1. Select the macOS Icon when you get to the OpenCore boot screen,
    2. When you enter macOS, copy the EFI folder from the USB to the EFI partition on the drive, there will only be one.
    3. This will allow you to boot without the need for the USB.
  7. When you reboot and next visit the OC boot screen, you should be able to select Windows or macOS.
 

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I have 2 drives. One EFI allocated for Mac OS, the other drive has a Microsoft boot EFI. During boot i select the drive I want to boot with, this will load the EFI from the respective drive
 
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