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Hello Everyone....


I have smoothly running hackintosh (Mavericks 10.9.3) dual boot with windows 8.1 on HP Pavilion 15-n208tx Notebook.


My problem is updating clover bootloader from Clover 2K v2664 to v2721. I followed all instruction that was used to install mavericks. When i am going to update clover. It happens:

Installer run and i choose options that i previously selected. the installer shows successful installation. But when i open clover Configurator and check the version it shows 2664 (Screenshot below).


And boot screen also shows 2664 in about clover (Screenshot below).


Anybody can help me????


Thanks in advance



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check in the mout efi option in clover configurator  what partition clover is in or using then update that one.

here is my disk structure:-



   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER

   0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *1.0 TB     disk0

   1:                        EFI EFI                     209.7 MB   disk0s1

   2:                  Apple_HFS Mavericks               59.5 GB    disk0s2

   3:                 Apple_Boot Recovery HD             650.0 MB   disk0s3

   4:         Microsoft Reserved                         134.2 MB   disk0s4

   5:       Microsoft Basic Data Untitled                161.1 GB   disk0s5

   6:       Microsoft Basic Data Songs                   214.7 GB   disk0s6

   7:       Microsoft Basic Data Movies                  214.7 GB   disk0s7

   8:       Microsoft Basic Data Softs                   214.7 GB   disk0s8

   9:       Microsoft Basic Data Docs & Books            134.4 GB   disk0s9


Can u explain how to do?

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well was it originally installed to esp/efi volume or to the root of your osx install /EFI folder. you need to know where you originally installed to.

Thanks Bronteck for quick response :-)


Yes, it originally installed to esp/efi volume not to the root of osx install.

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