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I'm starting a new hackintosh on Ideapad 330s 15IKB with i7 8550/UHD 620/8GB RAM/2 TB HDD 

 

I'm just curious what's the difference of Cloverhackycolor's version of clover (currently r5096) to Dids' clover version (currently r5093). The former(Cloverhackycolor) has 10 releases currently and the latter has 200 releases. Also, what should I use? Thanks in advance!

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github cloverhackycolor is the new home of clover.

SVN has been demoted

did's clover branch is a repository collection of svn clover builds

all new development to clover will be from now on hosted on github.

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Updated clover smoothly on my other machine except there was no HFSPlus.efi in r5096 for updating. Gonna try installing catalina now on my ideapad hope it works, thanks!

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yeah slice never includes HFSPLUS.efi in his releases i think he also removed APTIOMEMORYFIX.efi so just be aware in case for some reason you loose either updating clover.

DID'S clover compiler releases adds those to the installer package.

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Apparently HFSPlus.efi is licensed since it's extracted from Apple kext so he probably don't want any legal issue with Apple.

In the recent version v5096 by slice, APTIOMEMORYFIX.efi has been re-introduced back under Memory Fix drivers

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Hi I successfully installed it on my Ideapad. The problem is my other machine(Thinkpad x270) and my new (Ideapad 330s) are crashing(2x times today for both)when i do heavy memory work like 4 tabs safari and open spotify. I went back to 5093(Dids) and it seems fine for now. Could it be the clover r5096? 

 

Edit: I found out that in r5096 my system is much slower. Went back 5093 it was fast again. Maybe it was really clover?

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