[EFI Loader] Error 12 Fix in Boot Camp for Apple T2 Security Chip Macs (apple_set_os loader v0.5)
I remember apple_set_os had an effect on my TB3 bandwidth (limiting it) so another thing that might be worth keeping an eye on?
Any news on this? I've got a 13 inch Macbook Pro 2016 and it only works with apple set os, no hotpluging at all. And it affects bandwith.
Thanks in advance.
MacBook Pro 13 2016 nTB / eGPU Gigabyte Aorus 2017 / MacOS Sierra 10.12.6
Thank you! Simply and clear instruction. Made it to running on my first try with my brand new eGPU.
Geekbench 4 results: 199119
i have a MacBook 2019 16" with a razer core x and AMD Radeon 480 rx. internal is 5300.
i have bumped into another issue here.
I did the whole swap thing and first time it worked.
it popped up on my secondary screen, and then I tried fixing the resolution and it crashed. and every time I did after that the secondary screen turned on and my internal screen went black and ten seconds later it crashed.
I tried reinstalling windows and it still did the same and turned my secondary screen off and crashed and restarted about 10 seconds later.
then it tried to repair windows but it couldn't. any idea what going on here?
read all 11 pages, and didnt seems like other had this issue so far.
I can't believe its that complicated to use a eGPU with bootcamp and windows.
hope you have any ideas.
my win10 build is 18362.356.
should I maybe go back to 1809 or just 18362.30?
@aa15032261, I tried your solution on macbook pro 2017 13 inch, 3.1ghz i5 dual core (10.14) and for the eGPU sonnet radeon rx 560. I have the same error "code 12".
when i do the manipulation (change the efi partition via clover configurator) windows 10 does not restart, the screen is black and a text flashes "intel iris ..."
thank you if you have an idea
@aa15032261, okay so i'm about to try this again... i just tried it on win10 1803 and it worked, but as soon as i restarted my computer, i went right back to code 12. downloaded 1903 again because i heard it's better with hotplugging.
i was wondering what the etiquette of this would be after i want to turn my computer off; how would i maintain it? would i have to keep the TB3 cable in? would i have to hotplug every time i boot up?