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I have got huge problems (maybe only huge for me) to get Kernel loaded after Clover Boot-Menu selection. Always reboot.

Maybe wrong BIOS settings? Do not know ...


Anyone having experiances with this Haswell Book?

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Not seen this model here so you're the 1st. Please post your system's specs (CPU, GPU, audio, LAN, wireless, USB, etc.) as well as a zipped copy of your Clover config file.


Haswell laptops need KernelPm patch enabled.

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These are the specs:

- Fujitsu Lifebook T904 with BIOS Version 1.13

- Intel i5-4300U CPU

- Haswell-ULT Chipset

- 4GB DDR3 Ram placed at "Bank 2" (only one physical bank) @1600MHz

- Intel HD4400 integrated Graphics (according to CPU)

- WQHD IGZO TouchScreen Display with 2560x1440 Resolution

- Crucial 250GB SSD Harddrive

- Intel N 7260 Wifi (has to be replaced)

- Sierra EM7355 Mobile Broadband (GPS included)

- Bluetooth 4.0 LE

- Intel 218LM Ethernet

- Realtek ALC283 Audio Codec

- Fingerprint Sensor

- 2x USB 3.0 Ports (including One Anytime Charge)


BIOS settings I have tried for legacy, but System always boots in UEFI:

- Boot config: CSM enabled, Fastboot disabled

- CPU Features: Multicore enabed, HT enabled, Virtualisation Technology disabled, Intel VT-d disabled

- Legacy USB support enabled, SCSI subclass enabled, XHCI Controller mode: Compatible

- Hardware PowerManagement: Disabled; Intel Rapid Start disabled, Intel Smart Connect disabled

- TPM Chip disabled

- Secure boot disabled

- Secure boot Option disabled

- Boot device: internal Harddisk


Attached my last EFI Folder after 16 tries ... 




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There is no KP because System always reboots before Kernel load.

No text output after selecting Boot-Menu entry. Reboot approximately after 4 seconds.


(Suggest "++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++" shows kernel load!?)

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