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Bradley Davis
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@itsage, I will attempt to update the boot loader by reinserting my old 256gb original drive and installing Catalina that way to get the new bootloader.

 

yes I am currently using Catalina, but with an older boot loader. Specefically version 151.0.0.0.0, and per other form the latest is 162.0.0.0.0.

 

i don’t remember that snippet of info about pre-2014, thanks for that!

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MacBook Pro 11,2 (Late 2013 with Iris Pro)
eGPU: Atkio Node 3 with Apple TB3 to TB2 adapter and AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB


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Piipperi800
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Are there any plans to support Big Sur?

 

MacBook Pro 15" Late 2013, Sonnet Breakaway Box 550, AMD R9 280


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 drYY
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Posted by: @piipperi800

Are there any plans to support Big Sur?

 

it worries me a lot

 

MacPro 2013 6.1 AKiTiO Thunder2 RX570 Apple Thunderbolt Display plasma panel via HDMI


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itsage
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Use Purge-Wrangler which has Big Sur support.

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Piipperi800
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@itsage, would use it but Purge-Wrangler doesn’t work with my GPU

 

MacBook Pro 15" Late 2013, Sonnet Breakaway Box 550, AMD R9 280


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