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Your config.plist is not as per the guide.

Why FixupAppleEfiImages is still enabled?
Secondly, SetupVirtualMap must be enabled.

Only use the required drivers in the UEFI section. You don't need all of them. The reason, why you're having errors at boot!
 
Your config.plist is not as per the guide.

Why FixupAppleEfiImages is still enabled?
Secondly, SetupVirtualMap must be enabled.

Only use the required drivers in the UEFI section. You don't need all of them. The reason, why you're having errors at boot!
I did everything from scratch, and seems to be good but i still have the "LNX: AutodetectLinux not root fs - Not Found"
 
I did everything from scratch, and seems to be good but i still have the "LNX: AutodetectLinux not root fs - Not Found"
Attach the new EFI to check!
 
here
 

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It's still not fixed. Why have you injected useless drivers, which is not meant for your system?

Only use the required drivers in the UEFI section. You don't need all of them. The reason, why you're having errors at boot!
 
Hello there, i have been "fixing" my config.plist and efi folder in general, I did manage to get to the apple progress bar but it gets stuck half way there, I'm still missing something?
 

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  • EFI.zip
    5.1 MB · Views: 2
Hello there, i have been "fixing" my config.plist and efi folder in general, I did manage to get to the apple progress bar but it gets stuck half way there, I'm still missing something?
Add -v to your boot args and send verbose pictures where it gets stuck
 

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