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  1. Those Clover settings didn't seem to work either. Thank you Jake and morpheousman for the suggestions, but it looks like I'm going to have to reset on this one. A couple more issues came up (audio from 3.5mm jack only outputting static noise, keyboard and trackpad becoming unusable after computer goes to sleep for extended period of time) with the install that I believe could be solved with a full reinstall/bios config to your instructions. There were a couple of things I missed in the original like the Clover settings when I originally installed it so I'm going to bid adieu to this attempt.
  2. This didn't affect anything. Something I've noticed about the two, though, is that the USB boot has a different UI from the SSD boot menu. This is probably because it's a "recovery" disk compared to being a regularly booting one, but I felt I should point it out.
  3. Those 2 folders don't exist in my /EFI/Clover so I did it on the next place I thought would be relevant, which is my flash drive. It can still boot from that, but this hasn't fixed the issue on the main drive. Is there a directory they're in that I'm missing?
  4. I was using ameeno's instructions/kexts and followed his readme to the best of my ability. Unfortunately, the files you sent didn't fix the issue.
  5. Thank you lots! This got me past the IPT error once I set the boot order right, but now when I try to boot into macOS from the Clover startup menu the Apple logo appears for a split second and the computer restarts back to the Dell logo. This may have something to do with the Clover folder, as I wasn't able to find the installation directory so I couldn't delete the old driver folders. Any tips?
  6. I recently got macOS Mojave running on my E7440, but when I try to boot from my SSD normally, I am presented with the "Invalid Partition Table" error. This happens in both Legacy and UEFI boots, and pressing enter only prompts a "press any key to restart" option. I am, however, perfectly able to boot into my already installed copy of macOS if I do so through the Clover USB I used to install Mojave. When googling to try and find the answer to this, I could only find people with an issue the other way around, where they get this error when attempting to boot the USB rather than the SSD/HDD. The only big change I made when formatting the drive was changing the mode from MBR to Guid. I'd hope this doesn't have anything to do with the error, because I wasn't able to install macOS to the drive when I originally formatted it to MBR. Please don't hesitate to answer or suggest something. Thanks!
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