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[SUCCESS] shirt's "Hack Professional" :: i9-9900Okay + Z390 Aorus Professional + Vega 64 + TB3 + USB3

Got it. On the AORUS PRO the M.2 slots are reversed. Top one closest to the CPU shows up as /dev/disk0. I don’t have a second NVME to test, but the bottom one shares bandwidth with STAT4/5 so I would assume it would show up as /dev/disk1 (assuming there’s nothing plugged into the SATA1/2/3 ports). So I think what you’re after is; Windows in the top slot closest to the CPU, macOS in the bottom, set the macOS UEFI as the default boot device. If I’m understanding what Windows does during updates correctly and you’re trying to protect Clover installation on the macOS EFI volume.

 


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